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1 56-CCD-A1285 A Risk based Assessment of Water Availability from the Tone River for the Tokyo Metropolitan Area water Supply under Future Climatic Changes Dr. Md. Sirajul Islam  Dr.  Toshya  Aramaki1
Prof.  Keisuke  Hanaki1
IIS, The University of Tokyo  1. Department of Urban Engineering, The University of Tokyo Climatic Change and Disaster            Y                                    
2 56-CCD-A249 The impact of climatic change in the erosion processe on the Albanian Hydrogaphic river network Dr Bardhyl Avdyli 1.Prof. Niko Pano  
2.Prof. Alfred Frasheri  
Tirana University  2.Inst. of Hydrometeorology
3.Tirana University 
Climatic Change and Disaster 30 Rr. DURRESI, 219, TIRANA Albania 3.554E+09 1.51E+10 1 Y Y N N Y                            
3 56-CCD-A353 Climate Change and Water Resources Variability in the Tarim River Basin  Prof. Zongxue Xu   Institute for Water Sciences, College of Environmental Sciences, Beijing Normal University    Climatic Change and Disaster Xinjiekouwai Street 19 Beijing  China, 100875 86 (10) 62205427 86 (10) 62200397 1 Y Y N Y Y                            
4 56-CCD-A586 Heat environmental characteristic of stormwater reservoir with various aquatic plants Mr. Yasushi Mabuchi 2.Prof. Masahiro Murakami
3.Ms. Tomoko Nakata
4.Mr.  Shinichiro  Mori 
Kochi University of Technology Kochi University of Technology Climatic Change and Disaster   185 Miyanokuchi, Tosayamada-cho, Kami-gun Kochi  Japan, 782-8502 83-887-57-2418 81-887-57-2420 1 Y                                    
5 56-CCD-A588  Relationship between Increasing Sea Surface Water Temperature and Extraordinary Heavy Rainfall along the Offshore of Pacific Ocean in Kochi, Japan  Mr. Kazuya ICHIHARA Prof. masahiro MURAKAMI Kochi University of Technology Kochi University of Technology Climatic Change and Disaster   185 Miyanokuchi Tosayamada,Kochi  Japan , 782-8502 0887-57-2418 0887-57-2420 1                                      
6 56-CCD-A677 The Impact of a Major Bushfire on the Quality and Availability of Domestic Water in the Australian Capital Territory  Prof. Ian White 2.Ms. DINUKA GOVINNAGE-WIJESEKERA1
3.Dr. ALAN WADE2
4.Mr. NORM MUELLER3
5.Prof. ROBERT WASSON1
CRES Australian National Univ  1.CRES Australian National Univ
2.ACTEWAGL, Canberra, ACT 2601, Australia
3.Ecowise Environmental, Fyshwich ACT,2609 Australia   
Climatic Change and Disaster   CRES Australian National University Canberra ACT  Australia, 0200 61 2 6125 0660 61 2 6125 0757 1                                      
7 56-CCD-A692 Determining Effect of ENSO on Variation of Seasonal Rainfall over the Lower-Northeastern River basin of Thailand  Dr. Prasert Aungsuratana 2.Dr. Veerasak Udomchoke Bereau of Royal Rainmaking and Agricultural Aviation, Thailand 2.Kasetsart university Climatic Change and Disaster 50 Paholyothin road Bangkok  Thailand,10900 25614697 25613028 1                                      
8 56-CCD-A699 Prototype experiment of cloud microphysics and numerical simulation of rainfall considering the Effects of aerosols  Mr. Shuichi Tsuchiya 2.Prof. Tadashi Yamada  Chuo University 1.Chuo University Climatic Change and Disaster   1-13-27 Kasuga Bunkyo ku Tokyo  Japan 03-3817-1805 03-3817-1803 1 Y                                    
9 56-CCD-A710 Investigation of the effects of radiative forcing on precipitation distributions using a limited-area atmospheric model in an idealized setting Dr. Assela Pathirana 2.Dr. Srikantha Herath1
3.Prof. Tadashi Yamada2
United Nations University 1.United Nations University
2.Chuo University
Climatic Change and Disaster 53-70 Jingumae 5-chome Shibuya ku, Tokyo  Japan, 150-8925 81(3) 5467 1377 81(3) 3406-7346 1 Y                                    
10 56-CCD-M105 Climate Change and Formation of Catastrophic Ice Jam Floods at the Lena River Prof Vitaly Kimstach 2.Vladimir Buzin
3.Igor Shiklomanov
4.Victor Kilmyaninov
AMAP Secretariat, Oslo, Norway 2./3.State Hydrological Institute, St. Petersburg, Russia
4.Yakut Regional Hydro-meteorological Agency, Yakutsk, Russia
Climatic Change and Disaster AMAP Secretariat, Strømsveien 96, Oslo,  P.O. Box 8100 Dep. Norway, N-0032 47 23 24 16 34 47 22 67 67 05                                        
11 56-CCD-M131 A 100-year Flood/Drought Simulation of Global Large Rivers Ms. Yukiko Hirabayashi 2.S. Kanae2
3.T. Oki1
IIS, University of Tokyo, Japan 1.IIS, University of Tokyo, Japan
2.Research Institute for Humanity and Nature, Japan
Climatic Change and Disaster 4-6-1 Komaba, Meguro-ku Tokyo  Japan, 153-8505 81-5452-6382 81-5452-6383                                        
12 56-CCD-M159 STATISTICAL DOWNSCALING METHODS FOR SIMULATION OF DAILY PRECIPITATION AND EXTREME TEMPERATURE SERIES AT A LOCAL SITE Prof. Van-Thanh-Van Nguyen 1.Tan-Danh Nguyen1
3.Philippe Gachon2
Water Resources Management, Department of Civil Engineering and Applied Mechanics, McGill University McGill University Climatic Change and Disaster 817 Sherbrooke Street West Montreal, Quebec Canada, H3A 2K6 514-398 6870 514-398 7361 1                                      
13 56-FWR-A1103 BASEFLOW CONTRIBUTIONS TO DISSOLVED POLLUTANT LOADS IN A RIVER  Dr. Chandra Sekhar Matli    National Institute of Technology    Flood, Water and River Management  Civil Engineering NIT, Warangal  Andhra Pradesh  India, 506004 91 870 2459027 91 870 2459547 1 Y                                    
14 56-FWR-A126 A Probability Model for PDA Evaluation on Flood Risk and Prevention Prof Kun-jung Hsu   Department of Construction Technology, Leader University   Flood,Water and River Management No.188 Sec. 5, An-Chung Rd., Tainan  Taiwan, 709 886 6 2550980 886 2 2550870 1                                      
15 56-FWR-A1264 Fuzzy Dynamic Programming Model for Optimal Operation of Multipurpose Resevoir  Prof. Umamahesh Nanduri  Mr.  S  Chandramouli  National Institute of Technology, Warangal, India  GVP College of Engineering, Visakhapatnam, India Flood, Water and River Management          1 Y                                    
16 56-FWR-A127 Changes in Land Use and Stream Course: Implications for the Sustainable Management of Ephemeral Streams in the Siwalik Hills, Nepal  Mr. Sohan Kumar Ghimire 2.Daisuke Higaki
3.Mr. Tara Prasad Bhattarai
Dept. of Regional Environment Science, Hirosaki University, Japan 2.Dept. of Regional Environment Science, Hirosaki University, Japan
3.Dept. of Geology, Tribhuwan University 
Flood,Water and River Management Kalopool Kathmandu  Nepal, 9200 977 1 4422974   1 Y                                    
17 56-FWR-A223 Modification of Hydrodynamic Equation of Vane   Mr Md. Rashedul Islam 2.Prof Monowar Hossain
3.Mr Md Shahidullah
Bangladesh Univ of Engineering and Technology 2.Bangladesh Univ of Engineering and Technology
3.Buet-Dut Linkage Project
Flood,Water and River Management Asst. Prof. WRE, BUET, Dhaka  BANGLADESH, 1000 8802 9665631 8802 8613026 1 Y                                    
18 56-FWR-A225 Morphological Characteristics of the River Meghna: A Collaborative Prof Hoque M Mozzammel   Bangladesh University of Engineering and Technolog   Flood,Water and River Management Institute of Water and Flood Management Bangladesh University of Engineering and Technology Dhaka BANGLADESH, 1001 880 2 9665601 880 2 8613026
880 2 8613046
1 Y                                    
19 56-FWR-A300 HYDROLOGICAL MANAGEMENT AND PLANNING FOR DEVELOPMENT IN WATERSHED OF TAPI RIVER BASIN IN INDIA Mr. Lalitkumar Chaudhari  2.Prof. Suresh Yawalkar
3.Dr. Kisan Chaudhari
4.Dr. Anup Yewale
5.Dr. Anand Bhole 
Institution for sustainable development and research 2.MS Board of Technical Education
3.Ex Secretary and Editior, Gazeteers Departmant
4./5.ISDR
Flood, Water and River Management  B-1-8 Narayan pujari nagar, Worli Bombay India, 400018 2496868   1                                      
20 56-FWR-A312 Community Approach for Flood Management Dr. Raghunath Jha 2.Mr. Ram Chandra  Dangal Institute of Engineering  Institute of Engineering  Flood, Water and River Management  GPO BOX -8975 EPC, Kathmandu  Nepal, 1970 977 981041966 977 1 4473129 1 Y                                    
21 56-FWR-A319 Integrated Water Management in Chao Phraya River Basin, Thailand, 2003  Mr. Chanchai Suvanpimol    Royal Irrigation Department of Thailand    Flood, Water and River Management 811 Samsen Road, Dusit Bangkok  Thailand, 10300 66 2669 5033 66 2241 3343 1 Y                                    
22 56-FWR-A320 1998 Great Flood in the Yangtze River and its Impact on China's Flood Management Policy  Prof. Yicheng Wang 2.Prof. Xiaotao Cheng
3.Mr. Junichi Yoshitani
4.Mr. Daisuke  Kuribayashi 
China Institute of Water Resources and Hydropower Research 1./2.China Institute of Water Resources and Hydropower Research
3./4.Public Works Research Institute, Japan
Flood, Water and River Management  A-1 Fuxing Road Bejing  China, 100038 86 10 6320 4316 86 10 6320 4013 1 Y                                    
23 56-FWR-A334 The effect of flood changes on phreatic surface in large floodplain in Phichit  Mr. Sombat Chuenchooklin 2.Prof. Tsutomu ICHIKAWA
3.Mrs. Phattaporn MEKPRUKSAWONG 
4.Dr. Sa-nguan PATAMATAMKUL
Naresuan University  2.Kyushu Tokai University
3.Royal Irrigation Department
4.Khon Kaen University
Flood, Water and River Management Faculty of Engineer Naresuan University Muang, Phitsanulok  Thailand, 65000 86 791 8305876 86 791 8304501 1 Y N Y N Y                            
24 56-FWR-A337 Integrated Poyang Lake Basin Management in China Dr. Chun Fu    Nanchang University    Flood, Water and River Management Nanchang Uni. 339 Beijing East Road Nanchang, Jiangxi Province  China, 330029 86 791 8305876 86 791 8304501 1                                      
25 56-FWR-A347 Reservoir Sedimentation Management: Case study in Wingi Reservoir, Brantas River Basin, Indonesia.  Mr. Aris Harnanto    Jasa Tirta I Public Corporation    Flood, Water and River Management 8 Jalan Salahutu Malang  Indonesia, 65146 62 341 551971 62 341 551976 1                                      
26 56-FWR-A361 LOW-COST TREATMENT OF RIVER BANK EROSION  Mr. Hermono Budinetro   Experimental Stations for River    Flood, Water and River Management  1 Jl. Solo-Kartosuro IKm 7,5, Pabelan Kartosuro Surakarta Indonesia, 57162 62 271 719429 62 271 716406 1 Y                                    
27 56-FWR-A367 Appropriate Arsenic Mitigation Water Supply and International Cooperation: Bangladesh Experience Dr. Bilqis Amin Hoque    Environment and Population Research Centre    Flood, Water and River Management  1/7 Block E Lalmatia Dhakla  BANGLADESH, 1207 880 2 8115376 880 2 8115376 1 Y                                    
28 56-FWR-A378 Flood Risk and Vulnerability Mapping using GIS: a Nepal case study  Ms. Mandira Singh 2.Prof.Richard Heggen
3.Prof.K.B. Thapa 
4.Dr.Narendra Shakya
5.Mr.Moti Lal Ghimire
ICIMOD 1./2..ICIMOD
3./5.Tribhuvan University
4.Institute of Engineering
Flood, Water and River Management  PO Box 3226 Jawalakhel Kathmandu  Nepal 977 1 5525313 977 1 5524509 1 Y                                    
29 56-FWR-A403 Water Allocation in the Brantas River Basin Mr. Aris Harnanto   Jasa Tirta I Public Corporation   Flood, Water and River Management 8 Jalan Salahutu Malang  Indonesia, 65146 62 341 551971 62 341 551976 1 Y                                    
30 56-FWR-A479 A numerical study on sediment management in a volcanic basin  Mr. Naoki Miyazawa 2.Prof. Kengo Sunada
3.Dr. Satoru Oishi 
University of Yamanashi  University of Yamanashi  Flood, Water and River Management  1 Takeda 4-3-11 Kofu/Yamanashi  Japan, 400-8511 81 55 220 8523 81 55 220 8773 1 Y N Y N N                            
31 56-FWR-A517 Hydrological Monitoring System for the Cambodian Floodplains  Mr. Kanehiro Morishita 1.Mr. Henrik GARSDAL
3.Dr. Takao MASUMOTO
CTI Engineering International Co., Ltd. 1.DHI Water & Environment, Denmark
3.National Institute for Rural Engineering, Japan
Flood, Water and River Management  23rd Chuo Building 4-2 Nihombashi Kodemmacho Chuo-ku, Tokyo  Japan, 103-0001 81-3-3663-1496 81-3-3663-1834 1 Y                                    
32 56-FWR-A572 Contentions in Water Sharing and Management  Mr. Muhammad Zulqarnain Aamir 2.Mrs.  Aayesha  Aamir Relief Department 2.Learning and Caring Society  Flood, Water and River Management  6-G-1 Gulberg-3 Lahore/Punjab  Pakistan, 54600 92-42-9210554 92-42-9210555 1                                      
33 56-FWR-A618 Overview of Japan's ODA on Water Sector in Indonesia and Strategic Framwork of Assistance  Mr. Keisuke SUMIKAWA 1.Dr. Masahiro MURAKAMI Nippon Koei Co. Ltd.   1.Kochi University of Technology  Flood, Water and River Management  5-4 Koji-machi Chiyoda-ku  Japan, 102-8539 81-03-3238-8155 81-03-3238-8326 1 Y                                    
34 56-FWR-A619 The Role of Hydraulic Model Test for Designing of Gate Operation for Bojonegoro Barrage, Indonesia  Mr. Ir ISNUGROHO  2.Mrs. Nani SUTIYATI Experimental Stations for River   1.Experimental Stations for River   Flood, Water and River Management  57162 Jl. Solo-Kartosuro IKm 7,5, Pabelan Kartosuro Solo  Indonesia, 57101 62.271.719429 62.271.716406 1                                      
35 56-FWR-A631 Comparison of finite difference and finite element solutions for unsteady flow simulation in compound open channels  Mr. Mohammad Faramarz 2.Dr. Seyed Ali Ayyoubzadeh
3.Mr. A. Zahiri 
Tarbiat Modarres University   1.Tarbiat Modarres University   Flood, Water and River Management 1 Jalale Ale Ahmad Ave, Agriculture College, Tarbiat modarres University Tehran Iran, 14115-111 98-218011001 98-218011001 1 Y N Y N N                            
36 56-FWR-A659 Evaluation of Tributaries Contribution in the Mekong River Basin during Rainy and Dry Season  Mr. Osamu Toda 2.Dr. Koshi Yoshida2
3.Dr. Hiroaki Somura3
4.Dr. Hajime Tanji3
University of Tokyo 2.Japan Science and Technology Agency, River and Coast Laboratory, Japan
3.National Institute for Rural Engineering, River and Coast Laboratory, Japan 
Flood, Water and River Management   2-1-6 Kan-non dai Tsukuba Ibaraki  Japan, 305-8609 81-29-838-7625 81-29-838-7609 1 Y                                    
37 56-FWR-A698 The study on the effect of Large Surface-Eddies in compound open channel on flow resistance  Mr. Yoshiki Motonaga 1.Dr. Shoji Okada1
3.Mr. Yoshinori Takeuchi2
4.Prof. Tadashi Yamada1
Chuo University 1.Chuo University
2.Ministry of Land, Infrastracture and Transport 
Flood, Water and River Management   1-13-27 Kasuga Bunkyo-ku, Tokyo  Japan, 112-8551 03-3817-1805 03-3817-1803 1                                      
38 56-FWR-A703 A Study on Determination Method of Outflow Discharge from Dam According to the Runoff Characteristics Mr. Mamoru Miyamoto 1.Mr. Hideo Toya1
2.Prof. Tadashi Yamada2
4.Mr. Masaaki Akiba3
Graduate school, Chuo University  1.Reseach Institute of River and Watershed Environment Management
2.Dept.of Civil Engineering, Faculty of Science and Engineering, Chuo University
3.Graduate school, Chuo University 
Flood, Water and River Management   1-13-27 Kasuga,Bunkyo-ku Tokyo  Japan, 112-8551 81-3-3817-1807 81-3-3817-1803 1 Y                                    
39 56-FWR-A782 On the progress of river restoration and the future view in Japan and Asia and the Asian river restoration network Prof. Katsuhide Yoshikawa 2.Mr. Hideaki Yokouchi1
3.Mr. Yuji Yamamoto1
4.Mr. Yoshiki Motonaga2
Foundation for Riverfront Improvement and Restoration, Keio University  1.Foundation for Riverfront Improvement and Restoration
2.Japan Science and Technology Agency
Flood, Water and River Management  Ichibancho FS Building 3rd, Flr., 8, Ichiban-cho, Chiyoda-ku/Tokyo  Japan, 102-0082 81-3-3265-7121 81-3-3265-7456 1 Y                                    
40 56-FWR-A783 A study on the comprehensive flood damage mitigation in rapidly urbanizing watersheds Prof. Katsuhide Yoshikawa 2.Mr. Hideaki Yokouchi1  
3.Mr. Junji Takayanagi3
4.Mr. Yoshiki Motonaga2
5.Mr. Yuji Yamamoto1
Foundation for Riverfront Improvement and Restoration, Keio University  1.Foundation for Riverfront Improvement and Restoration
2.Japan Science and Technology Agency
3.Edo River Works Office 
Flood, Water and River Management  Ichibancho FS Building 3rd, Flr., 8, Ichiban-cho, Chiyoda-ku/Tokyo  Japan, 102-0082 81-3-3265-7121 81-3-3265-7456 1 Y                                    
41 56-FWR-A825 Trend of Floods in Asia and a Proposal for Flood Risk Management with Integrated River Basin Approach Dr. Dushmanta Dutta Dr. Srikantha Herath Asian Institute of Technology United Nations University  Flood, Water and River Management WEM/SCE, AIT P.O. Box 4, Klong Luang Pathumthani  Thailand 66-2-524-5794 66-2-524-5565 1 Y                                    
42 56-FWR-M112 Regional Flood Frequency Analysis for Philippine Rivers Leonardo Q. Liongson   National Hydraulic Research Center and Department of Civil Engineering University of the Philippines   Flood, Water and River Management  NHRC University of the Philippines, Diliman Quezon City  Philippines, 1101 632-927-7149 632-927-7190   Y                                    
43 56-FWR-M113 Rainfall Duration-Frequency Curve for Ungaged Sites In the High Rainfall, Benguet Mountain Region in the Philippines Guillermo Q. Tabios III 2.David S. Rojas, Jr. 1.Department of Civil Engineering, University of the Philippines 2.National Hydraulic Research Center, University of the Philippines Flood, Water and River Management  Dept of Civil Engineering / National Hydraulic Research Ctr Univ of the Philippines, Diliman Quezon City  Philippines, 1102 (632) 927-7176 (632) 927-7190   Y                                    
44 56-FWR-M138 Influence of sediment control dam on fish community in the backwater reaches  Ms. Yuko ISHIDA 2.Yasuhiro TAKEMON2 Graduate school of Engineering, Kyoto University 2.Water Resource Research Center, Disaster Prevention Research Institute, Kyoto University Flood, Water and River Management  1 Gokasho  Uji, Kyoto-fu  Japan, 611-0011 81-774-38-4247 81-774-32-3093   Y                                    
45 56-FWR-M140 (to move to JSF) Water Quality Management Plan for Ganga River Basin – Collaboration between the Government of Japan and Government of India Alok Kumar 1.Brijesh Sikka
2.Hirotaka Sato
3.Kunio Ishikawa
    Joint Sessions with AOGS: Policy Scenarios    India       Y                                    
46 56-FWR-M149 Estimation of Particle Transport in rivers and Lakes in Conditions of Different Information Levels Nikolay V. Sokolov   Water Problems Institute of Russian Academy of Sciences, Russian Federation   Flood, Water and River Management    Russia       Y                                    
47 56-FWR-M157 Comprehensive Water Management towards the Sound Water Cycle in the River Basin Taking the Tsurumi River as an example Mr. Satoshi Maeda   Director Research Division 4, Foundation for Riverfront Improvement and Restoration   Flood, Water and River Management  Ichibanncho FS Building 3rd,Flr, 8,Ichiban-cho,Chiyoda-ku,
Tokyo
JAPAN,102-0082 81-3-3265-7121 81-3-3265-7456 Accept Y                                    
48 56-FWR-M167 Flood Damage Assessment in the Mekong Delta, Vietnam A. Das Gupta Mukand S. Babel
Pham Ngoc
Water Engineering and Management, School of Civil Engineering, Asian Institute of Technology Water Engineering and Management, School of Civil Engineering, Asian Institute of Technology Flood, Water and River Management 
P.O. Box 4, Klongluang, Pathumthani
Thailand, 12120     1 Y                                    
49 56-FWR-M173 Managing Flood and Water-related Risks: a challenge for the future Dr. Tarek MERABTENE Junichi YOSHITANI1
Daisuke KURIBAYASHI2
Secretariat for Establishment of UNESCO-PWRI Centre, Public Works Research Institute (PWRI) 1Secretariat for Establishment of UNESCO-PWRI Centre, Public Works Research Institute (PWRI)
2Hydrologic Research Engineering Team, Public Works Research Institute (PWRI)
Flood, Water and River Management    Japan                                            
50 56-FWR-M182 Modeling of urban flooding including underground space Srikantha Herath Dushmantha Dutta Environment and Sustainable Development Program, United Nations University,Tokyo, Japan Institute of Industrial Science, The University of Tokyo, Tokyo, Japan Flood, Water and River Management    Japan       Y                                    
51 56-FWR-M184 MULTI-OBJECTIVE ALGORITHM TO ENHANCE DECISION MAKING PROCESS IN WATER DISTRIBUTION NETWORK PROBLEMS Mr. MD. ATIQUZZAMAN SHIE-YUI LIONG
XINYING YU
Department of Civil Engineering, National University of Singapore Department of Civil Engineering, National University of Singapore Flood, Water and River Management    Singapore       Y                                    
52 56-FWR-M185 GENERALIZATION FOR MULTILAYER NEURAL NETWORK BAYESIAN REGULARIZATION OR EARLY STOPPING CHI DUNG DOAN SHIE-YUI LIONG Department of Civil Engineering, National University of Singapore Department of Civil Engineering, National University of Singapore             Y                                    
53 56-JSA-A1406 Water cycle during the core-winter season in the Tibetan Plateau  Dr. Kenichi Ueno  Dr.  Kenji   Tanaka  1
Dr. Hiroyuki TSUTSUI1
Dr.  Mashan   LI  2
Dr.  Fanglin   SUN  2
Dr.  Wusheng   YU 2
The Univsersity of Shiga Prefecture  1. Department of Civil Engineering, The University of Tokyo                                  2. Cold and Arid Regions Environmental and Engineering Research Institute, The Chinese Academy of Sciences Joint Sessions with AOGS: CEOP   Japan                                            
54 56-JSA-A362 Simulation of 1998 Monsoon Onset over Southeast Asia with a Regional Climate Model  Dr. Koji Dairaku    National Institute for Environmental Studies    Joint Sessions with AOGS: CEOP  National Institute for Environmental Studies 16-2 Onogawa Tsukuba Ibaraki  Japan, 305-0053 81(29) 850 2102 81(29) 850 2960 1 Y                                    
55 56-JSA-A501 (Invited JS1) ADAPTATION OF THE ATMOSPHERIC CIRCULATION TO THERMAL FORCING OVER THE TIBETAN PLATEAU Prof. Guoxiong Wu 2.Dr. Yimin Liu1
3.Dr. Jiangyu Mao1
4.Dr. Weiping Li2
5.Dr. Xin Liu3
Institute of Atmospheric Physics 1.Institute of Atmospheric Physics
2.National Climate Center, China
3.Institute of Tibetan Plateau 
Joint Sessions with AOGS: CEOP  P.O.Box 9804 Zhouyang District Beijing  China, 100029 86-10-62043356 86-10-62043526 1                                      
56 56-JSA-A525  Dry intrusion from the Indian Ocean observed at Sumatera Island on October 6-7, 1998   Dr. Fumie Murata 1.Prof. Manabu D. Yamanaka
2.Prof. Hiroyuki Hashiguchi
3.Prof. Masatomo Fujiwara
4.Mr. Eddy  Kelana
5.Dr. Sin-Ya Ogino
6.Ms. Tien Sribimawati
Disaster Prevention Research Institute, Kyoto University   2.Kobe University / FORSGC
3.RASC, Kyoto University 
4.Hokkaido University
5.BMG
6.Kobe University 
7.BPPT 
Joint Sessions with AOGS: CEOP 1-1 Gokasho Uji, Kyoto  Japan, 611-0011 81-774-38-4309 81-774-38--4180 1 Y                                    
57 56-JSA-A550 JMA's contribution to CEOP in an NWP aspect   Mr. Masayuki Hirai 2.Mr. Takayuki Matsumura Japan Meteorological Agency 1.Japan Meteorological Agency Joint Sessions with AOGS: CEOP 1-3-4 Ote-machi, Chiyoda-ku Tokyo  Japan, 100-8122 81-3-3212-8341 81-3-3211-8407 1 Y                                    
58 56-JSA-A552 A Simplified Satellite Based Assimilation Framework for hydrologic Data and Simulations and Its Applications to CEOP Reference Sites Dr. Mahadevan  Pathmathevan 1.Dr. Xin Li2
3.Prof. Toshio  Koike1
The University of Tokyo 1.The University of Tokyo
2.Cold and Arid Regions Environmental and Engineering Research Institute, China 
Joint Sessions with AOGS: CEOP 4-4-9-303 Hikonari, Misato-shi Saitama  Japan, 341-0003 81-3-5841-6108 81-3-5841-6130 1 Y                                    
59 56-JSA-A570 CEOP Data Archive Integrated Data Mining System   Mr. Ben Burford 2.Dr. Toshio Koike
3.Ms. Izumi Hasegawa
4.Mr. Osamu Ochiai
RESTEC 2.Department of Civil Engineering The University of Tokyo
3.Remote Sensing Technology Center of Japan
4. Earth Observation Research Center, JAXA 
Joint Sessions with AOGS: CEOP Roppongi First Bldg.7th Flr. 1-9-9 Roppongi, Minato-ku Tokyo Japan, 106-0032 81-35561-8407 81-35561-9344 1 Y                                    
60 56-JSA-A583 Validation of a hydrologically enhanced land-surface process model using the CEOP EOP-1 data  Dr. Dawen YANG 1.Mr. Katsunori TAMAGAWA
2.Prof. Toshio KOIKE
4.Dr. Kun YANG 
University of Tokyo 1.University of Tokyo Joint Sessions with AOGS: CEOP 7-3-1 Hongo, Bunkyo-ku Tokyo  Japan, 113-8656 81-3-5841-6139 81-3-5841-6130 1                                      
61 56-JSA-A585 (Inivted JS1) (JS1) Soil Water Movement in the Mongol CEOP and AMSR/AMSR-E Validation Site  Prof. Ichirow kaihotsu 1.Dr. Davaa Gombo
3.Dr. Tsutomu yamanaka
4.Mr. Oyunbatar Dambaravjaa
5.Prof. Toshio Koike
Hiroshima University 1.Institute of Meteorology and Hydrology
3.The university of Tsukuba
4.Institute of Meteorology and Hydrology
5.The Unoversity of Tokyo 
Joint Sessions with AOGS: CEOP 1-7 1 Kagamiyama Higashihiroshima Japan, 739-8521 81-82-424-6497 81-82-424-758 1 Y N Y N N PDF Only.                          
62 56-JSA-A591 On the Status of the Japanese 25-year Reanalysis Project   Mr. Hiroshi Koide 2.Dr. Junichi Tsutsui2
3.Mr. Masami Sakamoto1
4.Mr. Takanori Matsumoto1
5.Mr. Kazotoshi Onogi1
6.Dr. Nobuo Yamazaki3
7.Mr. Shinya Kobayashi1
Japan Meteorological Agency  1.Japan Meteorological Agency
2.Central Research Institute of Electric Power Industry
3.Meteorological Research Institute   
Joint Sessions with AOGS: CEOP 1-3-4 Ohtemachi Chiyoda/Tokyo  Japan, 100-8122 81-3-3212-8341(ex.3164) 81-3-3211-8406 1 Y                                    
63 56-JSA-A592 Studies on model predictability in various climatic conditions: an effort using CEOP EOP1 dataset  Dr. Kun Yang 2.Mr. Katsunori Tamagawa
3.Dr. Koike Toshio
University of Tokyo  1.University of Tokyo  Joint Sessions with AOGS: CEOP River Lab., Dept. of Civil Engineering Hongo 7-3-1, Bunkyo-ku Tokyo  Japan, 113-8656 81-3-5841-6109 81-3-5841-6130 1 Y                                    
64 56-JSA-A655 (Inivted JS1) (JS1) Winter snow events over the Himalayas: observations and simulations during CEOP EOP-3  Dr. Massimo Bollasina   Epson Meteo Center   Joint Sessions with AOGS: CEOP  Climate Research Division via M. Vigano' de Vizzi 93/95 Cinisello Balsamo - Milan  Italy, 20092 39 026602181 39 0266021841 1 Y                                    
65 56-JSA-A663 (Inivted JS1) (JS1) Monsoon System and Water Resources in Asia - Challenges by CEOP  Prof. Toshio Koike   University of Tokyo   Joint Sessions with AOGS: CEOP  7-3-1 Hongo Bunkyo-ku, Tokyo  Japan, 113-8656 81-3-5841-6106 81-3-5841-6130 1                                      
66 56-JSA-A670 Development of Data Mining Application for Huge Scale Earth Environmental Data Archiving System  Dr. Eiji Ikoma 2.Prof. Masaru Kitsuregawa2
3.Dr. Toshihiro Nemoto2
Center for Spatial Information Science, The University of Tokyo 2.Institute of Industrial Science, The University of Tokyo    Joint Sessions with AOGS: CEOP  4-6-1 Komaba, Meguro-ku Tokyo  Japan, 153-8904 81-3-5453-5690 81-3-5453-5699 1                                      
67 56-JSA-A672 Metadata design for integrating satellite imagery, in-situ and simulated data Prof. Ryosuke SHIBASAKI 2.Dr. Rong XIE
3.Mr. Masafumi ONO
Center for Spatial Information Science, University of Tokyo   1.Center for Spatial Information Science, University of Tokyo   Joint Sessions with AOGS: CEOP  4-6-1 Komaba, Meguro-ku Tokyo  Japan, 153-8505 81-3-5452-6412 81-3-5452-6414 1                                      
68 56-JSA-A685 Design of Data Server for CEOP data  Dr. Toshihiro Nemoto 2.Prof. Masaru Kitsuregawa1
3.Dr. Eiji Ikoma2
Institute of Industrial Science, University of Tokyo 1.Institute of Industrial Science, University of Tokyo
2.Center for Spatial Information Science, University of Tokyo 
Joint Sessions with AOGS: CEOP  4-6-1 Komaba, Meguro-ku Tokyo  Japan, 153-8505 81-3-5452-6256 81-3-5452-6457 1 Y                                    
69 56-JSA-A774 Determination of Regional Land Surface Heat Fluxes and Their Seasonal Variation over the Central Tibetan Plateau Area   Prof. Yaoming Ma   Cold and Arid Regions Environmental and Engineering Research Institute, Chinese Academy of Sciences, China   Joint Sessions with AOGS: CEOP 260 Donggang West Road  Lanzhou  China, 30000 86-931-4967079 86-931-8275241 1 Y                                    
70 56-JSA-M130 (Invited JS1) (JS1) Pre-monsoon rains and onset of monsoon in Thailand Prof. Jun Matsumoto 2.Masashi Kiguchi University of Tokyo 1.University of Tokyo Joint Sessions with AOGS: CEOP Dept. of Earth & Planetary Sci., Univ. Tokyo  7-3-1, Hongo, Bunkyo-ku Tokyo  Japan, 113-0033 81-3-5841-4575 81-3-5841-8378                                        
71 56-JSA-M134 Evaluation of NCEP/NCAR reanalysis and ERA15 by Monthly to Interannual Reproduction of Precipitation Isotopes Mr.Kei Yoshimura  2.Dr. Kimpei Ichiyanagi2
3.Taikan Oki1
Institute of Industrial Science, Univ. of Tokyo 1.Institute of Industrial Science, Univ. of Tokyo
2.Frontier Observational Research System for Global Change (FORSGC)
Joint Sessions with AOGS: CEOP  Be607 4-6-1 Komaba, Meguro-ku, Tokyo  Japan, 153-8505 81-3-5452-6382 81-3-5452-6383   Y                                    
72 56-JSA-M154 Indian Summer Monsoon Cloud Systems during active and break spells and the associated Precipitation during CAMS-98 with METEOSAT and TRMM measurements Kusuma G Rao 2.Kenji Nakamura2
3.Michel Desbois3
4.Remy Roca3
5.S C Chakravarty1
1.Space sciences, Indian Space research organization, Bangalore, India 1.Space sciences, Indian Space research organization, Bangalore, India
2.Hydrospheric Atmospheric Research center, Nagoya university, Nagoya, Japan
3.Laboratorie Meteorologie Dynamique, Palaiseau, France
Joint Sessions with AOGS: CEOP Bangalore 560 094 India 080 2217 2077
080 2341 6271
  Accept                                      
73 56-JSB-A575  Flood Disaster Management Plan   Mr. Muhammad Zulqarnain Aamir 2.Mrs. Aayesha Aamir Relief Department  2.Learning and Caring Society  Joint Sessions with AOGS: Water-Related Disaster (MEXT) 6-G-1 Gulberg-3 Lahore/Punjab  Pakistan, 54600 92-42-9210554 92-42-9210555 1                                      
74 56-JSB-A647 Three Gorges flash flood simulation in the summer of 1998 with distributed hydrologic modeling and remote sensing data  Prof. Yangbo Chen   Sun Yat-sen University   Joint Sessions with AOGS: Water-Related Disaster (MEXT)   Center of Water Resources and Environment Sun Yat-sen University Guangzhou  China, 510275 86-20-84114269 86-20-34022397 1                                      
75 56-JSB-M121 Water Resources Sustainability In The Context Of Increasing Disasters In The Himalayan-Gangetic Region R.B. Singh   Department of Geography, Delhi school of Economics, University of Delhi   Joint Sessions with AOGS: Water-Related Disaster (MEXT)  Delhi India, 110 007  91-11-27666783 91-11-27667336   Y                                    
76 56-JSB-M135 Accuracy Assessment of Improved Disaster Area Identification Method Using Interpolated Before-disaster Images Dr. Toshiharu Kojima 2.Kaoru Takara1
3.Amika Masuda2
Disaster Prevention Research Institute, Kyoto University, Japan 1.Disaster Prevention Research Institute, Kyoto University, Japan
2.Graduate School of Kyoto University, Japan
Joint Sessions with AOGS: Water-Related Disaster (MEXT) Gokasho Uji Kyoto  Japan, 611-0011 81-774-38-4128 81-774-38-4130                                        
77 56-JSC-A603 Performance Evaluation of Rainfall-Runoff Models Using Multi-Objective Optimization Approach  Mr. Yoichi FUJIHARA 2.Prof.Haruya TANAKAMARU1
3.Dr. Akio TADA2
4.Prof. Takeshi HATA2
Graduate School of Science and Technology, Kobe University 1.Graduate School of Science and Technology, Kobe University
2.Faculty of Agriculture, Kobe University  
Joint Sessions with AOGS: PUB 1-1 Rokkodai, Nada Kobe  Japan, 657-8501 81-78-803-5896 81-78-803-5896 1 Y                                    
78 56-JSC-A633 Uncertainty in Hydrological Predictions Due to Inadequate Representation of the Link Between Climate Variability and Physical Basin Characteristics  Dr. ANTHONY S. KIEM  1.Dr. HAPUARACHCHIGE P. HAPUARACHCHI
2.Prof. KUNIYOSHI TAKEUCHI
3.Dr. JUN MAGOME
5.Prof. HIROSHI ISHIDAIRA
Yamanashi University  1.Yamanashi University  Joint Sessions with AOGS: PUB Sugita Apt 201 Midorigaoko 2-6-23 Kofu City, Yamanashi  Japan, 400-0008 81 552208727 81 552534915 1 Y                                    
79 56-JSC-A634 Eliminating uncertainty associated with classifying soil types in distributed hydrologic modeling  Dr. Prasantha Hapuarachchi 2.Dr. ANTHONY S. KIEM
3.Dr. JUN  MAGOME
4.Prof. KUNIYOSHI TAKEUCHI
5.Prof. HIROSHI ISHIDAIRA 
Yamanashi University  1.Yamanashi University  Joint Sessions with AOGS: PUB room 105, Takeuchi-Ishidaira Lab, Department of Civil & Environmental Eng., Yamanashi University Takeda Kofu City Japan, 400-8511 81 55 220 8727 81 55 253 4915 1 Y                                    
80 56-JSC-A640 Uncertainty of the Water Resources Assessment in the Yellow River Basin  Dr. Dawen YANG 1.Dr. Chong LI
2.Dr. Guangheng NI 
University of Tokyo   1.China Institute of Water Resources and Hydropower research
2.Tsinghua University
Joint Sessions with AOGS: PUB   7-3-1 Hongo, Bunkyo-ku Tokyo  Japan, 113-8656 81-3-5841-6139 81-3-5841-6130 1 Y                                    
81 56-JSC-A667 Approaches to improving model structure and reducing predictive uncertainty in conceptual water balance models  Prof. Murugesu Sivapalan 2.Mr. Kyongho Son  The University of Western Australia 1.The University of Western Australia Joint Sessions with AOGS: PUB   Centre for Water Research 35 Stirling Highway Crawley WA  Australia, 6009 61 8 6488 2320 61 8 6488 1015 1                                      
82 56-JSC-A669 Towards development of a new generation of physically-based models at the catchment scale using the Representative Elementary Watershed (REW) approach: a progress report  Prof. Murugesu Sivapalan  2.Mr. Haksu Lee1
3.Prof. Erwin Zehe2
The University of Western Australiax 1.The University of Western Australia
2. Institute for Geoocology, University of Potsdam, Germany 
Joint Sessions with AOGS: PUB   Centre for Water Research 35 Stirling Highway Crawley WA  Australia, 6009 61 8 6488 2320 61 8 6488 1015 1                                      
83 56-JSC-A697 Satellite monitoring of water storage variation for water resources management in ungauged basins  Dr. Jun Magome 2.Prof. Hiroshi Ishidaira
3.Prof. Kuniyoshi Takeuchi
University of Yamanashi 1.University of Yamanashi Joint Sessions with AOGS: PUB  4-3-11 takeda kofu  Japan, 400-8511 81-55-220-8588 81-55-253-4915 1 Y                                    
84 56-JSC-A702 Spatial Rainfall Field Simulation with Random Cascade Introducing Orographic Effects on Rainfall  Dr. Yasuto Tachikawa 2.Mr. Masahiro Hiwasa2
3.Prof. Kaoru TAKARA1
DPRI, Kyoto Univ.  1.DPRI, Kyoto Univ. 
2.Dept. of Civil Eng., Kyoto Univ. 
Joint Sessions with AOGS: PUB  Gokasho Uji, Kyoto  Japan, 611-0011 81-774-38-4126 81-774-38-4130 1 Y                                    
85 56-JSC-A730 A method of correcting rain-filed stochastic parameter directly estimated with only low frequency observations by TRMM/PR  Prof. Eiichi Nakakita 2.Prof. Toshio Okimura
3.Prof. Shinsuke Ikane
4.Prof. Shuichi Ikebuchi
Kyoto University  2.Yamatake Building System, Japan
3.Dept. of Urban and Envirinmental Engineering, Kyoto University, Japan
4.Disaster Prevention Research Institute, Kyoto University, Japan 
Joint Sessions with AOGS: PUB   Yoshida Honmachi Sakuo-ku Kyoto  Japan, 060-8509 81-75-753-5109 81-75-753-5109 1                                      
86 56-JSC-A731 A parameter estimation for the land surface model VIC with Horton and Dunne runoff mechanism for river basins in China   Prof. Zhenghui Xie 2.Prof. Fei Yuan
3.Prof. Qian Liu
Institute of Atmospheric Physics, Chinese Academy of Sciences 1.Institute of Atmospheric Physics, Chinese Academy of Sciences Joint Sessions with AOGS: PUB Beijing  China, 100029 86-10-62035477 86-10-62045278 1 Y                                    
87 56-JSC-A732 Identification of Uncertainty of a Physically-based Hydrological Model  Dr. Guangheng NI 2.Ms. Lei WANG
3.Prof. Heping HU
Hydraulic Engg.,Tsinghua University 1.Hydraulic Engg.,Tsinghua University Joint Sessions with AOGS: PUB Qinghuayuan Haidian District Beijing  China, 100084 86 10 6277 2302 86 10 6277 3046 1 Y                                    
88 56-JSC-M133 Scale Invariant TOPMODEL for the Solution of DEM Resolution Effects and Parameter Inconsistency in Hydrological Modeling Nawa R. PRADHAN 2.Yasuto TACHIKAWA2
3.Kaoru TAKARA2 
Graduate School of Civil Engineering, Kyoto University, Japan                                              2.Disaster Prevention Research Institute, Kyoto University, Japan.        Joint Sessions with AOGS: PUB  Kyoto University Gokasho, DPRI Uji  Japan, 611-0011 81 774384131 81 774384130   Y                                    
89 56-JSC-M141 Scale Invariant TOPMODEL for the Solution of DEM Resolution Effects and Parameter Inconsistency in Hydrological Modeling Prof. P.S. DATTA 2.S.K. Tyagi Nuclear Research Laboratory, Indian Agricultural Research Institute Nuclear Research Laboratory, Indian Agricultural Research Institute Joint Sessions with AOGS: PUB  212, NRL, IARI DR. K.S. KRISHNAN MARG NEW DELHI  India, 110012 091-011-25843297
091-011-25842454
091-011-25847705
091-011-25842454
  Y                                    
90 56-JSC-M158 On Regional Estimation of Extreme Rainfalls for Partially-Gaged and Ungaged Sites Prof. Van-Thanh-Van Nguyen Tan-Danh Nguyen Water Resources Management, Department of Civil Engineering and Applied Mechanics, McGill University McGill University Joint Sessions with AOGS: PUB 817 Sherbrooke Street West Montreal, Quebec Canada, H3A 2K6 514-398 6870 514-398 7361 1                                      
91 56-JSC-M164 Designing Observatories for the Hydrologic Sciences Richard P. Hooper   CUAHSI   Joint Sessions with AOGS: PUB 2000 Florida Avenue, NW,
Washington
USA, DC 20009  202-777-7302 202-328-0566 1 Y                                    
92 56-JSD-A1029 Overview of GAME and its implication in monsoon Asia  Prof. Tetsuzo Yasunari    HyARC, Nagoya University   Joint Sessions with AOGS: GAME  1 Furo-cho, Chikusa-ku Nagoya, Aichi  Japan , 464-8601 8-52-789-3465 8-52-789-3436 1                                      
93 56-JSD-A1787 Pattern of Multiyear Wet and Dry Cycles of Monsoon Rainfall over Northeastern Thailand  Prof. Sanguan Patamatamkul    Khon Kaen University (Faculty of Engineering)    Joint Sessions with AOGS: GAME    Thailand       Y                                    
94 56-JSD-A321 Investigation on water cycle and energy budget over the Tibetan Plateau with REMO  Mr. Xuefeng Cui 2.Prof. Hans-F. Graf  Max-Planck-Institute for Meteorology, Hamburg 2.Max-Planck-Institute for Meteorology, Hamburg and University of Cambridge, U. K Joint Sessions with AOGS: GAME  53 Bundesstrasse Hamburg  Germany, 20146 49 40 41173147 49 40 441787 1 Y                                    
95 56-JSD-A365 Regional Climate Simulation over Asia under the Global Warming Nested in the CCSR/NIES AGCM  Dr. Koji Dairaku 2.Dr. Seita Emori
3.Dr. Toru Nozawa
4.Mr. Noboru Yamazaki
5.Mr. Masayuki Hara
6.Mr. Hiroaki Kawase 
National Institute for Environmental Studies 3.National Institute for Environmental Studies
2.Frontier Research System for Global Change
4.Fuji Research Institute Corporation
5./6.University of Tsukuba
Joint Sessions with AOGS: GAME  National Institute for Environmental Studies 16-2 Onogawa Tsukuba Ibaraki  Japan, 305-0053 81(29) 850 2102 81(29) 850 2960 1 Y                                    
96 56-JSD-A421 Decision Support Model for Integrated Water Resources Management: A case study for the Ta-Chin River, Thailand  Ms. Sukanda Lekphet 2.Ms. Paweena Panichayapichet
3.Mr. Apaithoon Suwanchoojit
4. Dr. Wijarn Simachaya
5.Dr. Nares Chuersuwan
Bureau of Research-Development and Hydrology, Department of Water Resources 3.Bureau of Research-Development and Hydrology, Department of Water Resources
2.The Joint Graduate School of Energy and Environment, King Mongkut’s University of Technology Thonburi
4.Water Quality Management Bureau, Pollution Control Department
5.School 
Joint Sessions with AOGS: GAME  233/27 Charunsanitwong 29 Rd. Bangkhunsri, Bangkoknoi, Bangkok  Thailand, 10700 662-2435953 662-2432198 1 Y                                    
97 56-JSD-A554 Areal average rainfall estimation from satellite infrared data  Dr. Saisunee Budhakooncharoen   Mahanakorn University of Technology    Joint Sessions with AOGS: GAME  51 Cheum Samphan Bangkok  Thailand, 10530 661-3095187 662-9884040 1 Y                                    
98 56-JSD-A571 Inverse Estimate of Soil Parameters and Surface Energy Budget from in situ Measurements  Dr. Dawen YANG 2.Dr. Baisheng Ye2
3.Dr. Toshio Koike1
University of Tokyo 1.University of Tokyo
2.Chinese Academy of Science  
Joint Sessions with AOGS: GAME  River Lab., Dept. of Civil Engineering Hongo 7-3-1, Bunkyo-ku Tokyo  Japan, 113-8656 81-3-5841-6109 81-3-5841-6130 1 Y                                    
99 56-JSD-A582 Efficiency of the integrated reservoir operation for flood control in the upper Tone River of Japan considering spatial distribution of rainfall  Dr. Dawen YANG 1.Prof. Toshio KOIKE
3.Mr. Eik Chay LOW 
University of Tokyo 1.University of Tokyo Joint Sessions with AOGS: GAME  7-3-1 Hongo, Bunkyo-ku Tokyo  Japan, 113-8656 81-3-5841-6139 81-3-5841-6130 1 Y                                    
100 56-JSD-A616 The method of evaluation flood resource sustainable utilization capacity Prof. Zhongjing Wang   Institute of Hydrology & Water Resources (IHWR), Tsinghua University, China    Joint Sessions with AOGS: GAME  Department of Hydraulic Engineering, Tsinghua Campus, Haidian District Beijing  China, 100084 86-10-62782021 86-10-62785699 1 Y                                    
101 56-JSD-A665 How land surface states and atmospheric boundary layer constrain precipitation variability  Mr. Tomohito Yamada 2.Prof. Shinjiro Kanae2
3.Prof. Taikan Oki1
Institute of Industrial Science, The University of Tokyo 1.Institute of Industrial Science, The University of Tokyo
2.Research Institute for Humanity and Nature   
Joint Sessions with AOGS: GAME 607, Tower B, Institute of Industrial Science, The University of Tokyo 4-6-1, Komaba Meguro ward, Tokyo Japan, 153-8505 03-5452-6382 03-5452-6383   Y                                    
102 56-JSD-A680 GAME-Tropics Hydrometeorological Database : How it should be used? Dr. Yasushi AGATA 2.Prof. Jun Matsumoto1
3.Mr. Kiyotoshi Takahashi2
4.Prof. Taikan Oki1
5.Prof. Katumi Musiake3 
University of Tokyo 1.University of Tokyo
2.Meteorological Research Institute, Japan
3.Fukushima Univ., Japan 
Joint Sessions with AOGS: GAME  Natural Environment Studies, Graduate School of Frontier Science (Fac. Sci. Build Old-1, Room 452) University of Tokyo, 7-3-1 Hongo Bunkyo-ku, Tokyo  Japan, 113-0033 81-3-5841-8438 81-3-5841-8438 1                                      
103 56-JSD-A705 Diurnal cycle od cloud system migration over Sumatera Island  Ms. Namiko SAKURAI 2.Dr. Fumie MURATA2
3.Prof. Manabu D. YAMANAKA3
4.Prof. Hiroyuki HASHIGUCHI4
5.Dr. Shuichi MORI3
6.Dr. Jun-Ichi HAMADA3
7.Mr. Yudi I. Tauhid5 
Graduate School of Science and Technology, Kobe University  2.Disaster Prevention Research Institute, Kyoto University
3.Frontier Observational Research System for Grobal Change
4.Radio Science Center for Space and Atmosphere, Kyoto University
5.Agency for the Assessment and Application of Technology
Joint Sessions with AOGS: GAME  1-1 Rokko-dai Nada-ku Kobe  Japan, 657-8501 81-78-803-5787 81-78-803-5787 1 Y                                    
104 56-JSD-A706 Development of a new Soil Moisture Retrieval Algorithm using TRMM/TMI polarization ratio and NDVI  Mr. Kenji Tanaka 2.Mr. Makoto Morohashi
3.Prof. Shuichi Ikebuchi
Kyoto University 1.Kyoto University Joint Sessions with AOGS: GAME  Disaster Prevention Research Institute Gokasho Uji City  Japan, 611-0011 81-774-38-4246 81-774-32-3093 1 Y                                    
105 56-JSD-A714 Applying Artificial Neural Networks for Forecasting and Estimation of River Levels  Dr. Nittaya Wangwongwiroj 2.Mr. Anna Sukluan  Department of Civil Engineering, King Mongkut's University of Technology 1.Department of Civil Engineering, King Mongkut's University of Technology Joint Sessions with AOGS: GAME 91 Pracha-utis rd., Bangmod, Tung-khru Bangkok  Thailand, 10140 662-4709138, 669-6661449 662-4279063 1 Y                                    
106 56-JSD-A729 Landuse and cropping pettern classification using satelite derived vegetation indices in the Huaihe River Basin Mr. O. KOZAN 2.K. TANAKA
3.S. IKEBUCHI
4.M. QIAN
Water Resources Research Center, DPRI, Kyoto University Water Resources Research Center, DPRI, Kyoto University Joint Sessions with AOGS: GAME 14-50-3 Danjojima Momoyamachou Fushimi-ku Kyoto City  Japan, 612-8223 81-774-38-4247 81-774-32-3093 1 Y                                    
107 56-JSD-A746 Determining Landslide of Northern Thailand Watershed Using Game-T Data and Artificial Neural Network (ANN)   Mr. Sutep Junkhiaw Prof. Nipon Tangtham  Kasersart University   Kasersart University   Joint Sessions with AOGS: GAME 50 Phahonyothin Bangkok  Thailand, 10900 662-025790172 662-5790172 1                                      
108 56-JSD-M124 Sustention Model for Water Resource Management Prof. Hansa Vathananukij 2.RM-GIS TEAMWORK Faculty of Engineering, Kasetsart University Faculty of Engineering, Kasetsart University Joint Sessions with AOGS: GAME  50 Paholyothin, Jatujak, BKK Thailand, 10900 66-2-942-8555 ext 1912,1199,1902 66-2579-1567 or 66-2579-2568   Y                                    
109 56-JSD-M129 Land Degradation Assessment in Mongolia Prof. Tsohiojiin Adyasuren   Environmental Education & Research Institute ECO ASIA, Mongolia   Joint Sessions with AOGS: GAME  C.P.O Box 752 13 Ulaanbaatar MONGOLIA 976-11-312458 976-11-312320   Y                                    
110 56-JSD-M146 Impact of Deforestation on Hydrological Changes in Northeastern Basins in Thailand: a Warning for Watershed Management and Planning Assoc.Prof. Uruya WEESAKUL, Ph.D.   Department of Civil Engineering, Faculty of Engineering
Thammasat University
  Joint Sessions with AOGS: GAME  Khlong Luang, Pathumthani  Thailand, 12121                                            
111 56-JSD-M156 Estimating the origin of rain water by stable isotopes in Sumatra Island, Indonesia Dr. Kimpei Ichiyanagi  Kei Yoshimura 2
Manabu D. Yamanaka 1,3
Frontier Observational Research System for Global Change 1.Frontier Observational Research System for Global Change
2.Institute of Industrial Science, University of Tokyo
3.Graduate School of Science and Technology, Kobe University
Joint Sessions with AOGS: GAME  3173-25 Showa-machi, Kanazawa-ku,  Yokohama  Japan, 236-0001 81-45-778-5637 81-45-778-5706 Accept Y                                    
112 56-JSE(TWM)-A963 CHARACTER AND THE MOST IMPORTANT SUBJECS OF THE INDONESIAN (DRAFT) LAW ON WATER RESOURCES   Mr. IMAM ANSHORI   Directorate General of Water Resources, Ministry of Settlement and Regional Infrastructure, The Goverment of Republic Indonesia   Towards the Wise Management 13830 Jl. Tanah Merdeka II No.45 Kampung Rambutan Rt 02/04, Jakarta Timur Jakarta, Indonesia  Indonesia, 13830 62-21-7221907 62-21 7221907 1 Y                                    
113 56-JSE-A1823 URBAN HEAT ISLANDS - EFFECTS ON THE MICROCLIMATE OF MALAYSIAN CITIES  Mrs. NORLIDA MOHD DOM  Mr.  AHMAD FUAD  EMBI  1
Ms.  NORLIDA   NORLIDA 1
DEPARTMENT OF IRRIGATION AND DRAINAGE MALAYSIA  1. DEPARTMENT OF IRRIGATION AND DRAINAGE MALAYSIA  Joint Sessions with AOGS: NILIM    Malaysia       Y                                    
114 56-JSE-A519 The Challenges in the Water Resources Management in the Philippines  PACITA F. BARBA   National Water Resources Board     Joint Sessions with AOGS: NILIM  NWRB, 8th Floor, NIA Bldg. EDSA Quezon City, Metro Manila  Philippines 1100 632-9202654 632-9202641 1 Y                                    
115 56-JSE-A524 Revising of Water Law of P.R.C. and the effort for remedying the dry-up problems of Yellow River   Mr. xiangyang xiong   Ministry of Water Resources of China 1.Ministry of Water Resources of China Joint Sessions with AOGS: NILIM  2, Lane 2 Baiguan Road Beijing  China, 100053 86-10-63202916 86-10-63202921 1 Y                                    
116 56-JSE-A536 (to move to JSA) A Hierarchical Multi-objective Optimization Model for Rational Water Resources Allocation at Basin Scale  Prof. Yangbo Chen    Sun Yat-sen University    Joint Sessions with AOGS: CEOP  Center of Water Resources and Environment Sun Yat-sen University Guangzhou China, 510275 86-20-84114269 86-20-34022397 1                                      
117 56-JSE-A545 New Act for Flood Mitigation in Urban Areas on the Background of Recent Flood Problems in Japan Atsushi HATTORI 1.Kazunori WADA National Institute for Land and Infrastructure Management, Ministry of Land, Infrastructure and Transport (NILIM-MLIT), Japan National Institute for Land and Infrastructure Management, Ministry of Land, Infrastructure and Transport (NILIM-MLIT), Japan Joint Sessions with AOGS: NILIM  1 Asahi Tukuba, Ibaraki  Japan, 305-0804 81-29-864-2211 (ext.3523) 81-29-864-1168   Y                                    
118 56-JSE-A576 Huai River Flood in 2003 and Its Forecasting, Prediction and Dispatching  Mr. Jinping Liu   Bureau of Hydrology     Joint Sessions with AOGS: NILIM  2-2 Baiguang Road  Beijing China, 100053 86-010-63202515 86-010-63202471 1 Y                                    
119 56-JSE-A621 Water Use in Metro Manila and Metro Cebu  Mr. Cleofin G. Bumatay   National Water Resources Board     Joint Sessions with AOGS: NILIM  NWRB, 8th Floor, NIA Bldg. EDSA Quezon City, Metro Manila  Philippines 1100 632-9202654 632-9202641 1 Y                                    
120 56-JSE-A637 NATIONAL STANDARDS TECHNICAL SPECIFICATION FOR RIVER WORKS IN LAO PDR Mr. Bounphet Phomachanh   WAD, DOR, MCTPC     Joint Sessions with AOGS: NILIM  WAD, DOR, MCTPC That Luang Road Vientiane  LAO PEOPLE'S DEMOCRATIC REPUBLIC (856) 21 452423 (856) 21 416430 1 Y                                    
121 56-JSE-A646 The Legal Framework for Water Management in the Asia-Pacific & the Prospects for Regional Co-operation  Ms. Gerardine Meishan Goh 2.Prof. Lin Heng Irene  Lye International Institute of Air & Space Law, Leiden University 2.Asia-Pacific Centre for Environmental Law, Faculty of Law, National University of Singapore, Singapore  Joint Sessions with AOGS: NILIM   bei Bobby Kazeminejad Kossgasse 3/11 Graz  Austria, A-8010 43 6991 074 1313 65 6382 2438 1 Y                                    
122 56-JSE-M123 Systematic Review of Water Management during Drought in Japan Masahiko Murase 2.Akira Nakamura
3.Hideaki Kawasaki
National Institute for Land and Infrastructure Management, Ministry of Land, Infrastructure and Transport (NILIMMLIT), Japan National Institute for Land and Infrastructure Management, Ministry of Land, Infrastructure and Transport (NILIMMLIT), Japan Joint Sessions with AOGS: NILIM   Water Management and Dam Division 1 Asahi Tsukuba, Ibaraki  Japan, 305-0804 81-29-864-3052 81-29-864-2688   Y                                    
123 56-JSF-A510 DECISION SUPPORT SYSTEM (DSS) FOR SUSTAINABLE WATERSHED MANAGEMENT IN DONG NAI WATERSHED – VIETNAM  Mr. Kim Loi Nguyen 2.Prof. Nipon Tangtham Nong Lam University, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam 2.Department of Conservation, Faculty of Forestry, Kasetsart University, Bangkok, Thailand  Joint Sessions with AOGS: Policy Scenarios  207 B - Lo B Thanh Da Dormitory - Binh Thanh District Ho Chi Minh City  VIET NAM 84-8-8988554 84-8-8960713 1                                      
124 56-JSG-M175 WCD recommendations and their viability for the real dam construction projects  Dr. RYO FUJIKURA   Faculty of Humanity and Environment, Hosei University   Impacts of Dams and Major Water Works   Japan       Y                                    
125 56-JSG-M179 Lake Singkarak Surrounding Community in the Presence of Singkarak Hydro Power Station: A Report from Household Survey Dr. SYAFRUDDIN KARIMI   Center for Economic Research and Institutional Development, Andalas University   Impacts of Dams and Major Water Works 3, Jalan Tunggang, Padang Indonesia, 25152 6.275E+10 6.275E+10                                        
126 56-JSH-M176 Public Participation as an Operational Strategy in the International River Basin Projects: case study of Costa Rica Dr. HIROMI YAMAGUCHI   Graduate School of International Development, Nagoya University   International Waters in Asia and the Pacific    Japan       Y                                    
127 56-JSH-M177 Web-based Decision Support System for Management of International Waters Dr. KAZIMIERZ A. SALEWICZ MIKIYASU NAKAYAMA System Analyst, Wien, Austria Tokyo University of Agriculture and Technology  International Waters in Asia and the Pacific    Austria                                            
128 56-JSH-M178 Managing International Water Bodies: The UNU Initiative Dr. LIBOR JANSKY MIKIYASU NAKAYAMA United Nations University Tokyo University of Agriculture and Technology  International Waters in Asia and the Pacific                                                 
129 56-JSH-M180 Cooperation for Development of International River Basins: Searching for New Planning Paradigms Dr. Ti  LE-HUU   Economic Affairs Officer, Water Resources Section Environment and Sustainable Development Division, United Nations Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the Pacific   International Waters in Asia and the Pacific  U.N. Building, Rajdamnern Avenue, Bangkok Thailand, 10200                                            
130 56-JSH-M181 INCENTIVES FOR COOPERATIVE WATER MANAGEMENT IN INTERNATIONAL RIVERS: THE CASE OF THE LESOTHO HIGHLANDS WATER PROJECT Dr. NAHO MIRUMACHI   Graduate School of Frontier Sciences, University of Tokyo   International Waters in Asia and the Pacific  7-3-1 Hongo, Bunkyo-ku
Tokyo
Japan, 113-0033       Y                                    
131 56-LFP-A316 Effect of Large-scale Reservoir Operation on Flow Regime in the Chao Phraya River Basin, Kingdom of Thailand  Mr. Taichi Tebakari 2.Mr. Junichi Yoshitani
3.Mr. Chanchai Suvanpimol
Public Works Research Institute of Japan 1./2.Public Works Research Institute of Japan
3.Royal Irrigation Department of Thailand
Lessons from the Past  1-6 Minamihara Tsukuba City, Ibaraki-Prefecture Japan, 305-8516 81 29 879 6779 81 29 879 6737 1 Y                                    
132 56-LFP-A364 (for Special Session) Lessons Learned from Communities Displaced by the Mahaweli Multipurpose Development Project – Sri Lanka  Dr. Induka Werellagama 2.Prof. M Nakayama
3.Dr. Jagath Manatunga 
4.Mr. V Jeyavijithan
University of Peradeniya, Sri Lanka 2.Tokyo University of agriculture & Technology
3.Saitama University, Japan
4.University of Peradeniya 
Lessons from the Past  A6, MC Flats Aruppola, Kandy  Sri Lanka, 20000 94 77 780-4984 94 81 2388150 1 Y                                    
133 56-LFP-A368 Historical perspectives of Water Management  Mr. KAUSHIK GHOSH 2.Prof. SANTOSH GHOSH  UTOPIA21 2.Centre for Built Environment Lessons from the Past  FD-131 SECTOR-3, SALT LAKE CITY KOLKATA/ WEST BENGAL  India, 700106 91 3323379687 91 332337968 1 Y                                    
134 56-LFP-A428 Traditional Rainfall Forecasting: Sacred Candle Dripping Festival in a central region of Cambodia  Mr. Navuth Chay   Waseda University   Lessons from the Past  192-0081 23-14 Tokyo  Japan, 192-0081 080-50860978 545545454 1 Y N Y N N                            
135 56-LFP-A664 DILLUTION AS ONE MEASURE TO INCREASE RIVER WATER QUALITY  Mr. Aris Harnanto 2.Mr. Fahmi Hidayat  Jasa Tirta I Public Corporation Jasa Tirta I Public Corporation Lessons from the Past 8 Jalan Salahutu Malang  Indonesia, 65146 62 341 551971 62 341 551976 1 Y                                    
136 56-LFP-A674 (for Special Session) Japanese Experiences in Resettlement for Dam Construction Prof. Mikiyasu Nakayama   Tokyo University of Agriculture and Technology   Lessons from the Past  3-5-8 Saiwai-cho Fuchuu-city  Tokyo  Japan, 183-8509 81-42-367-5667 81-42-360-7167 1 Y                                    
137 56-LFP-M142 (for Special Session) Living Conditions of Resettled Households in the Birecik Dam Area of South East Turkey: Initial Findings from a Household Survey Ms. Sachiko Miyata   Course of International Studies, Institute of Environmental Studies, Graduate School of Frontier Sciences, University of Tokyo   Lessons from the Past 7-3-1 Hongo, Bunkyo-ku Tokyo  Japan, 113-0033 81 90-3595-5483     Y                                    
138 56-LFP-M161 Watershed conservation measures with People Participation: A case study on erosion hazards in Midland Nepal  Mrs Sumana Ojha 2.Mr Kishor Kumar Karki
3.Mr Sohan Kumar Ghimire
Integrated Development and Research Services (IDRS) 2.Dept of soil and Water Conservation, Kathmandu, Nepal
3.Ministry of Water Resources, Kathmandu, Nepal
Lessons from the Past 1 Bhimsengola Kathmandu, GPO box 2216 Nepal 977-1-4422974 977-1-4414677 Accept Y                                    
139 56-OHS-A1052 Assessment of Utilizable Groundwater Resources in a Coastal Shallow Aquifer  Dr. Vijay Shankar Singh  Dr.  V.K.  Saxena  National Geophysical Research Institute, Hyderabad-7, India National Geophysical Research Institute, Hyderabad-7, India Hydrological Science 2 PO Box 724 Uppal Road Hyderabad  India, 500 007 91-040-23434615 91-040-23434651   Y                                    
140 56-OHS-A1066 Rainfall prediction by wavelet decomposition Dr. A.W. Jayawardena   The University of Hong Kong   Hydrological Science 1 Department of Civil Engineering The University of Hong Kong Hong Kong  852 28591966 852 25595337   Y                                    
141 56-OHS-A1083 Investigating Sediment Delivery in Large River Basins   Dr. David Higgitt Dr. Xixi  Lu National University of Singapore National University of Singapore Hydrological Science 1 1F, #05-50 Gillman Heights   Singapore, 105001 6874 6809 6777 3091   Y                                    
142 56-OHS-A1299 GEOSPATIAL ANALYSIS TO ESTIMATE GROUNDWATER PROSPECTIVE ZONE IN KONGAL RIVER BASIN USING GIS  Mr. ASHWANI KUMAR Dr.  Vijay Shankar  Singh  National Geophysical Research Institute  National Geophysical Research Institute  Hydrological Science                                                 
143 56-OHS-A1301 INTEGRATED APPROACH TO DELINEATE THE CONTAMINATED GROUNDWATER IN THE TENNARY BELT: A CASE STUDY  Mr. Nepal Mondal  Dr.  Vijay Shankar  Singh  National Geophysical Research Institute  National Geophysical Research Institute  Hydrological Science  58, Groundwater Division, Uppal Road, Hyderabad-500 007 India 91-40-23434700(2305) 91-40-23434700   Y                                    
144 56-OHS-A1302 ANALYSIS OF UNCONFINED AQUIFER RESPONSE TO DELINEATE POTENTIAL GROUNDWATER RECHARGE ZONE IN HARD ROCK TERRAIN  Mr. Nepal Mondal  Dr.  Vijay Shankar  Singh  National Geophysical Research Institute  National Geophysical Research Institute  Hydrological Science            Y                                    
145 56-OHS-A1658 Study on Groundwater Flow System along the Chaobai river and Yongding River Basin, North China Plain  Mr. Kaisar Aji  Prof. Akihiko Kondoh1
Prof. Sakura  Yasuo1
Prof. Changyuan Tang1
Chiba university 1. Chiba university Hydrological Science    Japan                                            
146 56-OHS-A1660 Increased Loading of Atmospheric Water Vapour: Hydro-meteorological Consequences  Mr. Rajendrakumar Deshpande  Dr.  Sushil Kumar  Gupta  Physical Research Laboratory, Ahmedabad, India  Physical Research Laboratory Hydrological Science 2           Y                                    
147 56-OHS-A1708 ESTIMATION OF AQUIFER STORATIVITY FOR RELIABLE ESTIMATION OF GROUNDWATER RECHARGE  Mr. Nepal Mondal  Dr. RAMESH CHAND 1
Dr.  VIJAY  SINGH 1
National Geophysical Research Institute  1. NATIONAL GEOPHYSICAL RESEARCH INSTITUTE, UPPAL ROAD, HYDERABAD-500 007, iNDIA  Hydrological Science            Y                                    
148 56-OHS-A176 (HS2) Water Resources Management for Three Series Reservoir Operation Citarum River Basin, West Java, Indonesia Joesron Loebis 2.Mr. Petrus Syariman  Research Institute for Water Resources 1./2.Research Institute for Water Resources Hydrological Science 2 Jl. Ir. H. Juanda 193 Bandung Indonesia, 40135 62 22 250 4053 62 22 250 0163   Y                                    
149 56-OHS-A1854 (Invited) (HS2) Sustainable Development of Water Resources in Small Island Nations  Prof. Ian White  Dr. PASCAL PEREZ 1
Dr. TONY FALKLAND2
Dr.  ANNE  DRAY 1
Dr. MARC OVERMARS3
CRES Australian National Univ  1 CIRAD Montpellier France and Resource Management in the Asia-Pacific Program, Research School of Pacific and Asian Studies, Institute of Advanced Studies, Australian National University, Australia
2. Ecowise Environmental, Australia
3. South Pacific App
Hydrological Science 2           Y                                    
150 56-OHS-A193 (HS1) Areal precipitation distribution pattern in the Chepe catchment, Nepal Mr Narayan Pokhrel   Butwal Power Company Ltd   Hydrological Science 1 2 Sunakothi Lalitpur  Nepal, 11728 977 1 5538404 977 1 5527901   Y                                    
151 56-OHS-A235 (HS1) Investigation of Tropical and Sub-tropical Rainfall Characteristics for the Joint Probability Approach to Design Flood Estimation Mr Don Carroll 2.Dr Ataur Rahman Brisbane City Council Univ of Western Sydney Hydrological Science 1 43 Suncroft, Mt Gravatt QLD Australia, 4122 61 7 3403-0423 61 7 3403-0465   Y                                    
152 56-OHS-A236 (Invited HS1) (HS1) Regionalisation of Design Rainfall Characteristics in Victoria Australian Flood Estimation Using a Joint Probability Approach Dr Ataur Rahman 2.Mr Faruk Kader Univ. of Western Sydney 1./2.Univ. of Western Sydney Hydrological Science 1 102 Torres Cres Whalan Australia, 2770 61-2-9852 5750 61-2-9852 5741   Y                                    
153 56-OHS-A237 (HS1) Study of Fixed-Duration Design Rainfalls in Australian Rainfall Runo Joint Probability Based Design Rainfalls Dr Ataur Rahman 2.Mr Abdur Rauf Univ. of Western Sydney Univ. of Western Sydney Hydrological Science 1 102 Torres Cres Whalan Australia, 2770 61-2-9852 5750 61-2-9852 5741   Y                                    
154 56-OHS-A250 (HS1) Sediment Transport Regime in the Semani River SystemIVER sY Dr Bardhyl Avdyli 2.Prof Niko Pano Institute of Hydrometeorology Institute of Hydrometeorology Hydrological Science 1 30 Rr. DURRESI, 219, TIRANA Albania 3.554E+09 1.51E+10                                        
155 56-OHS-A274 Tide forecasting using artificial neural network  Mr. A.T.M. HASAN ZOBEYER  2.Mr.Md.Rashedul Islam
3.Mr.Moniz Ahmed Mukto
4.Ms.Nasreen Jahan 
Dept. of Water Resources Engineering, Bangladesh University of Engineering and Technology  1./2./3./4.Dept. of Water Resources Engineering, Bangladesh University of Engineering and Technology  Hydrological Science 5 Dept. of Water Resources Engineering, BUET Dhaka  BANGLADESH, 1000 88-018404039 88-02-8613046                                        
156 56-OHS-A282 (HS1) The Method of Calculation of Maximal Rainwater Discharge  Prof. Aleksey Sergeev  2.Prof.Yung Denisov Central Asian Research Hydrometeorological Institute 1./2.Central Asian Research Hydrometeorological Institute Hydrological Science 1 72 K.Makhsumov Tashkent  UZBEKISTAN, 700052 (99871) 133 11 50 (99871) 133 11 50   Y                                    
157 56-OHS-A283 (Invited HS2) (HS2) Arsenic Pollution in Groundwater of Bangladesh  Prof. Md. Hamidur RAHMAN  2.Prof. Hiraoki ISHIGA  University of Rajshahi, BANGLADESH  2.Shimane University, Japan Hydrological Science 2 Second Science Building Rajshahi University Campus Rajshahi  BANGLADESH, 6205 880-721-774243
880-721-751388
880-721-771945   Y                                    
158 56-OHS-A299 (HS4) Hydrogeological evaluation of Pageru river basin, India: An integrated approach using remote sensing, geophysical data  Dr. Sreedevi Pagadala 2.Dr Shakeel Ahmed National Geophysical Research Institute, Hyderabad, India  National Geophysical Research Institute, Hyderabad, India  Hydrological Science 4 77 Uppal road Hyderabad, AndhraPradesh  India, 500 007 91(040)23434657 91-040-27171564   Y                                    
159 56-OHS-A301 (Invited HS1) (HS1) The Comparison of Runoff Prediction Accuracy Among the Various Storage Function Models with Loss Mechanisms  Dr. Akira Kawamura 2.Ms.Yoko Morinaga
3.Prof.Kenji Jinno
4.Prof.Graeme Dandy
Institute of Environmental Systems, Kyushu University, Japan 1./3.Institute of Environmental Systems, Kyushu University, Japan
2.Department of Civil Engineering, Kyushu University, Japan
4.School of Civil & Environmental Engineering, University of Adelaide, Australia
Hydrological Science 1 6-10-1  Hakozaki, Higashi-ku Fukuoka Japan, 812-8581 81-92-642-3296 81-92-642-3322   Y                                    
160 56-OHS-A308 (HS2) Distributed Hydrological Modeling and River Flow Forecast for Water Allocation in a Large-scaled Inland Basin of Northwest China  Prof. Yangwen Jia 2.Prof. HAO WANG
3.Dr. JIANHUA WANG
4.Prof. DAYONG QIN 
Department of Water Resources, Institute of Water Resources & Hydropower Research  1./2./3./4.Department of Water Resources, Institute of Water Resources & Hydropower Research  Hydrological Science 2 Institute of Water Resources & Hydropower Research 20 Che-Gong-Zhuang West Road  Beijing  China, 100044 (+86)10-68415522 ext 3616  (+86)10-68483367   Y                                    
161 56-OHS-A310 (HS1) Stochastic Generation of Daily Climate Data  Dr. Ratnasingham Srikanthan   Bureau of Meteorology   Hydrological Science 1 150 Lonsdale Street Melbourne  Australia, 3000 61 3 96694513 61 3 96694725                                        
162 56-OHS-A313 Concept of equivalent channels for representing rills and gullies for modeling soil erosion and sediment transport at regional scale  Dr. Habib-ur-Rehman Mughal (2) Noor Muhammad Khan
(3) Srikantha Herath
(4) Katumi Musiake
Civil Engineering Department, University of Engineering & Technology, Lahore, Pakistan 1./4.Civil Engineering Department, University of Engineering & Technology, Lahore, Pakistan
2./3.Institute of Industrial Science, University of Tokyo, Japan
Hydrological Science 1 L-67 Staff colony, UET Lahore  Pakistan, 54890 42-6817972 42-6822566                                        
163 56-OHS-A314 (Invited HS1) (HS1) Mantle contribution to groundwater brines in the Makgadikgadi Basin: constraints from isotopic and trace element compositions.  Prof. Rama Krishnamurthy 2.Dr. Eliot Atekwana
3.Dr. Loago Molwalefhe 
Western Michigan University 1./3.Western Michigan University
2.Univ of Missouri-Rolla
Hydrological Science 1 Dept of Geosciences Rood Hall Kalamazoo/MI  USA, 49008 269-387-5501 269-387-5513                                        
164 56-OHS-A318 Pattern recognition of meteorological elements related with heavy rainfall in Japan using Self-Organizing Map (SOM) algorithm  Mr. koji nishiyama 2.Prof. Kenji Jinno
3.Prof. Akira Kawamura
4.Mr. Yoshitaka I 
Institute of Environmental Systems, Faculty of Engineering, Kyushu University  1./2./3./4.Institute of Environmental Systems, Faculty of Engineering, Kyushu University  Hydrological Science 5 6-10-1 Hakozaki, Higashi-ku Fukuoka  Japan, 8128581 81-92-642-3297 81-92-642-3297   Y                                    
165 56-OHS-A332 (HS2) An Overview of Ensemble Streamflow Prediction Studies in Korea  Mr. Dae Il Jeong 2.Prof. Young-Oh Kim
3.Dr. Nam-Il Kim
4.Dr. Ick-Hwan Ko 
Seoul National University 1./2.Seoul National University
3.websolus Ltd.
4.Korea Water Resources Corporation
Hydrological Science 2 38 Dong 330 Ho Seoul National University,Shillim-dong, Kwanak-gu, Seoul  Korea 82 2 880 8354 82 2 887 8354   Y                                    
166 56-OHS-A333 (HS2) Modeling of the Dynamics of Saltwater-Freshwater Interface in Coastal Aquifers.  Mr. Priyantha Ranjan Sarukkalige  2.Dr. So Kazama
3.Prof. Masaki Sawamoto 
Department of Civil Engineering, Graduate School of Engineering, Tohoku University, Japan 1./3.Department of Civil Engineering, Graduate School of Engineering, Tohoku University, Japan
2.Graduate School of Environmental Studies, Tohoku University, Japan
Hydrological Science 2 17-21 Shihei Machi Aoba ku, Sendai  Japan, 981-0944 81-90-36411196 81-22-217-7453   Y                                    
167 56-OHS-A335 (HS2) Cases of hydrological studies for small hydro Projects Nepal  Mr. Prakesh Kaini   Independent Power Producers' Associatin Nepal / Syange Hydropower Company   Hydrological Science 2 Kathmandu  Nepal, 12740 977 1 5521864 977 1 5536411                                        
168 56-OHS-A336 (HS1) Study on the relationship of water level and runoff in Poyang Lake Dr. Chun Fu 2.Ms. Qun Wei  Water resources Department, Nanchang University 1./2.Water resources Department, Nanchang University Hydrological Science 1 Nanchang Uni. 339 Beijing East Road Nanchang, Jiangxi Province  China, 330029 86-791-8305876 86-791-8304501                                        
169 56-OHS-A339 SOIL EROSION AND SEDIMENT TRANSPORT IN THE MEKONG BASIN Dr. RIYADH AL-SOUFI    Independent   Hydrological Science  4(A1) SATERINRINNE ESPOO  Finland, FIN-02600 35 8505013082     Y                                    
170 56-OHS-A340 TREND ANALYSES OF RAINFAL AND RIVER DISCHARGE IN THE MEKONG BASIN  Dr. RIYADH AL-SOUFI   Independent   Hydrological Science  4(A1) SATERINRINNE ESPOO  Finland, FIN-02600 35 8505013082                                          
171 56-OHS-A341 Preliminary Assessment of Surface Water Resources – A Study from Deduru Oya Basin of Sri Lanka  Ms. Thushara Wickramaarachchi   Water Resources Secretariat    Hydrological Science 2 Water Resources Secretariat Room 2-125, BMICH, Colombo 7  Sri Lanka, 10000 94 777 366 299 94 074 718 259   Y                                    
172 56-OHS-A344 (Invited HS1) (HS1) Biomarkers As Indicator For Water Pollution With Metals  Prof. M.Nageeb Rashed   Faculty of Science, Aswan, Egypt    Hydrological Science 1 No 13 Mahmodia Aswan  Egypt, 81528 317674 480449   Y                                    
173 56-OHS-A346 (HS2) Water Budget Analysis in Massan Catchment of Indus River Basin  Mr. Asif Aslam 2.Prof.  Taikan  Oki NESPAK, University of Tokyo 1./2.NESPAK, University of Tokyo Hydrological Science 2 16-A  Rehman St. No. 29, Almumtaz Rd, Samanabad Lahore Pakistan, 54500 92-42-7562528 92-42-5160509   Y                                    
174 56-OHS-A369 (HS4) Hydrological Effects of Rapid Urban Growth in the Danshui Basin, South China  Prof. Yongqin Chen 2.Prof. Xi CHEN  Dept of Geography and Resource Management 1.Dept of Geography and Resource Management
2.Hohai University
Hydrological Science 4   Hong Kong 609 6539 603 5006                                        
175 56-OHS-A370 Simulation Methods of Spring Discharge Variation in Karst Area  Prof. Xi CHEN    Hohai University    Hydrological Science 1 College of Water Resources and Environment Engineering  No.1 Xikang Road Nanjing  China 86-25-83750156 86-25-83750156   Y                                    
176 56-OHS-A371 (HS4) Analysis of Hydrological Cycle Considering the Infiltration Variation in an Urban Hills Basin  Prof. Kazumasa Fujimura   Meisei University    Hydrological Science 4 2-1-1 Hodokubo Hino, Tokyo Japan, 191-8506 81-42-591-9792 81-42-591-9792   Y                                    
177 56-OHS-A372 (HS4) Changing groundwater balance by leaking water mains and groundwater infiltration to the sewer system in major cities, Japan  Dr. Masaya Yasuhara   Geological Survey of Japan    Hydrological Science 4 AIST #7 1-1-1 Higashi Tsukuba, Ibaraki  Japan, 305-8567 81-298-61-2409 81-298-61-2409               350     15 365         visa 4922 6902 1366 1213 Jun-05 Masaya Yasuhara
178 56-OHS-A374 (Invited HS1) (HS1) Spatio-temporal variability of dissolved nitrogen in streams of Danshuei drainage system  Dr. Shuh-Ji Kao 2.Mr. Willian Huang
3.Mr. Tsung-Yu Lee
4.Prof. Kon-Kee Liu
Environmental Change Research Center, Academia Sinica, Taiwan 1./3.Environmental Change Research Center, Academia Sinica, Taiwan
2.Institute of Oceanography, National Taiwan University, Taipei, Taiwan
4.Institute of Hydrological Science, National Central University, Chung-Li, Taiwan
Hydrological Science 1 128 Nan-Gang, Academia Road Sec. 1 Taipei  Taiwan, 115 886-2-27839910-252 886-2-27880230   Y                                    
179 56-OHS-A450 (HS1) Call for an APWH funding proposal for emplacement and monitoring of a set of geological weighing lysimeters  Dr. William Bardsley   University of Waikato    Hydrological Science 1 Earth Sciences, University of Waikato, Hillcrest Road Hamilton  New Zealand, 2001 64 7 858 5011 64 7 856 0115   Y                                    
180 56-OHS-A470 (HS1) On the Variability of Rainfall Quantile Estimates  Prof. Chulsang Yoo 1.Prof. Yong-Nam Yoon
2.Mr. Sung-In Jung 
Korea University  Korea University  Hydrological Science 1 Department of Civil and Env Engr. 5-1 Anam-dong Sungbuk-gu Seoul  Korea, 136-701 82-2-3290-3321 82-2-928-7656                                        
181 56-OHS-A483 (HS1) Pipeflow as a storm runoff process in small catchments in Sabah, Malaysia  Ms. Aimee Sayer  2.Prof. Rory Walsh1
3.Dr. Kawi Bidin2
University of Wales Swansea, UK 1.University of Wales Swansea, UK
2.School of Science & Technology, Universiti Malaysia Sabah, Malaysia
Hydrological Science 1 Department of Geography UK, SA2 0JD 44 (0) 1792 295228 44 (0) 1792 295955   Y                                    
182 56-OHS-A527 (HS1) Test and Analysis of Trend Existence in Rainfall Data  Prof. Ke-Sheng Cheng 1.Mr. Hung-Wei Hsu  National Taiwan University   1.National Taiwan University   Hydrological Science 1 Dept. of Bioenvironmental Systems Eng., National Taiwan University No. 1, Section 4, Roosevelt Road Taipei Taiwan, 106 886-2-2362-9800 886-2-2363-5854   Y                                    
183 56-OHS-A555 Study on Groundwater Flow System along the Chaobai river and Yongding River Basin, North China Plain  Mr. Kaisar Aji 2.Prof. Akihiko Kondoh1
3.Prof. Changyuan Tang1
4.Prof. Yasuo Sakura1
5.Prof. Xianfang Song2
6.Ms. Shinobu Kaneko1
7.Prof. Jingjie Yu2
Chiba University  1.Chiba University
2.Inst.of Geog&Nat.Res, CAS  
Hydrological Science 2 1-33 Yayoi Chiba city  Japan, 263-8522 81-43-290-2847 81-43-290-2859   Y                                    
184 56-OHS-A558 A Review on Watershed Delineation Using GIS Tools  Mr. Md. Islam   Bangladesh University of Engineering and Technology   Hydrological Science 2 M.Sc Student, Dept. of Civil Engineering 342 Engineering Building, University of Manitoba Winnipeg, Manitoba  Canada, R3T 5V6 8802-9001388 8802-8613026   Y Y Y N Y                            
185 56-OHS-A584 (HS1) Effect of radar range on radar rainfall estimation  Mrs. SUDARAT COMPLIEW 2.Prof.  BANCHA  KWUANYUEN DEPARTMENT OF IRRIGATION ENGINEERING,KASETSART UNIVERSITY, NAKHON PATHOM, THAILAND 2.Department of Irrigation Engineering, Faculty of Engineering at Kamphaengsaen, Kasetsart University, Nakhon Pathom, Thailand  Hydrological Science 1 DEPARTMENT OF IRRIGATION ENGINEERING,KASETSART UNIVERSITY, NAKHON PATHOM, THAILAND KAMPHAENGSAEN NAKHON PATHOM  Thailand, 73140 6.62E+09 6.634E+09   Y                                    
186 56-OHS-A600 Comparative actual water consumption of irrigated and rainfed paddy rice fields using Bowen ratio method  Mr. Panya Polsan 1.Dr. Sa-nguan Patamatamkul
3.Prof. Masatoshi Aoki
Khonkaen University,Thailand 2.Hydrology and Water Management Center for Lower Northern Region
3.Tokyo University of Agriculture and Technology 
Hydrological Science 2 204 Phutsanulok- Nakonsawan (km.7) Muang, Phitsanulok  Thailand, 65000 66-1-9723498 66-55-245461   Y                                    
187 56-OHS-A606 Water Balance Analysis and Water Level Simulation of Lake Toba, Indonesia Prof. Haruya Tanakamaru 1.Prof. Kaoru Takara1
3.Mr. Tomoyuki Kato2
Graduate School of Science and Technology, Kobe University   1.Disaster Prevention Research Institute, Kyoto University
2.Graduate School of Science and Technology, Kobe University  
Hydrological Science 1 1-1 Rokkodai, Nada Kobe  Japan, 657-8501 81-78-803-5896 81-78-803-5896   Y                                    
188 56-OHS-A627 Rainfall Interception studies of tropical forests in Asia  Dr. Kuraji Koichiro 2.Mr. Nobuaki Tanaka  University Forest in Aichi, Graduate School of Agriculture and Life Sciences, The University of Tokyo 2.The Univeristy of Tokyo Hydrological Science 1 11-44 Goitsuka-machi, Seto City Aichi  Japan, 489-0031 822371 852838                                        
189 56-OHS-A673 (for JSD) (JS4) Multiple Goal Optimization for Land and Water Resources Management of Mae Klong River Basin, Thailand  Prof. Bancha Kwanyuen 2.Dr. Mohammed Mainuddin Faculty of Engineering, Kasetsart University IWMI-SEA, Thailand  Joint Sessions with AOGS: GAME  Faculty of Engineering Kasetsart University, Kamphaengsaen Nakhonpathom  Thailand, 73140 66-34351897 66-34351404                                        
190 56-OHS-A679 Downstream Impacts of Soil Acidity in Upland Regions of Australia’s Murray-Darling Basin  Prof. IAN WHITE  1.Prof. ROBERT WASSON
2.Dr. BENNETT MACDONALD
CRES Australian National Univ  1.CRES Australian National Univ  Hydrological Science 2 CRES Australian National University Canberra ACT  Australia, 0200 61 2 6125 0660 61 2 6125 0757   Y                                    
191 56-OHS-A682 Unique Groundwater Hydrology of Soft, Sulfidic Coastal Soils  Prof. IAN WHITE 2.Dr. BENNETT MACDONALD1
3.Mr. RICHARD  REILLY1
4.Prof. MICHAEL MELVILLE2
5.Prof. DAVID WAITE3
CRES Australian National Univ 1.CRES Australian National Univ
2.BEES, University of New South Wales, Sydney, NSW 2052, Austra
3.School of Civil and Environmental Engineering, UNSW, Sydney, NSW 2052, Australia  
Hydrological Science 2 CRES Australian National University Canberra ACT  Australia, 0200 61 2 6125 0660 61 2 6125 0757   Y                                    
192 56-OHS-A683 (HS4) Location of shrines as the landmarks of groundwater environment in Tokyo, Japan  Dr. Atsunao Marui 2.Prof. Allan Grapard
3.Mr. Yoshimi Umeda 
Geological Survey of Japan, AIST    2.UCSB
3.The Intnl. Shinto Foundation
Hydrological Science 4 #7 1-1-1 Higashi Tsukuba  Japan, 305-8567 81-29-861-2382 81-29-861-3684                                        
193 56-OHS-A701 (HS1) A STUDY ON THE NONLINEARITY OF RUNOFF PHENOMINA AND ESTIMATION OF EFFECTIVE RAINFALL Mr. Shuichi KURE 2.Prof. Tadashi YAMADA Graduate school, Chuo university Dept. of Civil Engineering, Faculty of Science and Engineering, Chuo University  Hydrological Science 1 1-13-27 Kasuga, Bunkyo-ku Tokyo  Japan, 112-8551 81-3-3817-1805 81-3-3817-1803   Y                                    
194 56-OHS-A713 (HS2) Parameter Efficient Streamflow and Groundwater Recharge Models  Prof. IAN WHITE 1.Mr. DAMIAN  JELLETT
3.Prof.  MICHAEL  HUTCHINSON 
CRES Australian National Univ  1.CRES Australian National Univ  Hydrological Science 2 CRES Australian National University Canberra ACT  Australia, 0200 61 2 6125 0660 61 2 6125 0757                                        
195 56-OHS-A766 Water Outlook for India: Quantifying Hydrological Cycle Components and Their Interactions for Sustainable Development Using Isotopic Studies  Dr. Sushil K. Gupta Mr. R.D. Deshpande Physical Research Laboratory, Ahmedabad, India   Physical Research Laboratory, Ahmedabad, India   Hydrological Science 2 259, Physical Research Laboratory Navrangpura Ahmedabad / Gujarat  India, 380009 91 79 26302129 91 79 26301502 Pending Y                                    
196 56-OHS-A819 (Invited HS1) (HS1) Development of simple catchment hydrological model based on TOPMODEL Dr. Shufen Sun Ms. Yao Chu  LASG, Institute of Atmospheric Physics, Chinese Academy of Sciences  Institute of Mechanics, Chinese Academy of Sciences  Hydrological Science 1 40 Huayanli Beichenxilu, P.O Box 9804 Beijing  China, 100029 86-10-62045397 86-10-62043526   Y                                    
197 56-OHS-A863 ENSO-linked changes in the magnitude-frequency of rainstorms and droughts in Malaysia and their hydrological implications   Prof. Rory Walsh  Dr. Leong Chow Peng University of Wales Swansea   Malaysian Meteorological Service  Hydrological Science 1 Dept Geography University of Wales Swansea Swansea  UK, SA2 8PP 44 1792 295231 44 1792 295955                                        
198 56-OHS-M101 (HS1) Extreme river behaviour in the Pacific Islands-case studies from Samoa and Fiji Dr James P Terry 2.Prof Ray A. Kostaschuk  The University of the South Pacific, Suva, Fiji Islands Department of Geography, University of Guelph, Canada Hydrological Science 1 Department of Geography University of the South Pacific Suva Fiji, PO Box 1168 679 3212542 679 3301487   Y                                    
199 56-OHS-M103 (Invited HS1) (HS1) Water Quality Simulation to Determine Minimum Instream Flow for Fish Survival Dr. Wen-Cheng Liu 2.Ming-Hsi Hsu
3.Shin-Yi Liu
4.Albert Y.Kuo
Hydrotech Research Institute, National Taiwan University Department of Bioenvironmental Systems Engineering, National Taiwan University Hydrological Science 1 158 No. 158, Chow-Shan Road, Taipei Taipei Taiwan, 106 886-2-33665865 ext.381 886-2-33665866   Y                                    
200 56-OHS-M106 (HS2) A Simplified Estimation of Infiltration Capacity for Infiltration Facilities Masahiro IMBE 2.Katumi MUSIAKE Association for Rainwater Storage and Infiltration Technology Fukushima University Hydrological Science 2 3-7-1 Kouji-machi, Chiyoda-ku Tokyo  Japan, 102-0083 81-3-5275-9591 81-3-5275-9594   Y                                    
201 56-OHS-M111 (HS2) Isotopic surfing based assessment of groundwater vulnerability to depletion and pollution in over-exploited aquifers  Prof. P.S. DATTA   Nuclear Research Laboratory, Indian Agricultural Research Institute   Hydrological Science 2 212, NRL, IARI DR. K.S. KRISHNAN MARG NEW DELHI  India, 110012 091-011-25843297
091-011-25842454
091-011-25847705
091-011-25842454
  Y                                    
202 56-OHS-M115 (HS1) Characteristics of heavy rainfalls in the Greater Jakarta Basins Hidayat Pawitan   Hydrometeorology Lab, FMIPA - IPB   Hydrological Science 1 1 Jl. Raya Pajajaran Bogor  Indonesia, 16144 376817 376817                                        
203 56-OHS-M119 (HS5) Downscaling atmospheric circulation for monsoon rainfall forecasting in Anas catchment India  ANUPAM K. SINGH 2.ERWIN ZEHE
3.ANDRAS BARDOSSY
Institute of Geo-ecology, University of Potsdam, Germany  2.Institute of Geo-ecology, University of Potsdam, Germany
3.Institute of Hydraulic Engineering, University of Stuttgart
Hydrological Science 5 Kaiserstr. 12 Karlsruhe Germany, DE-76128 49.721.6083653 49.721.661329   Y                                    
204 56-OHS-M128 Estimation of Net Primary Production in Cold Area Taking Snow Accumulation and Snowmelt into Account Mr. Yoshihiro Asaoka 2.So Kazama2
3.Masaki Sawamoto1
Graduate School of Engineering, Tohoku University 1.Graduate School of Engineering, Tohoku University
2.Graduate School of Environmental Studies, Tohoku University
Hydrological Science 1 06 Aobayama Sendai  Japan, 980-8579 81-22-217-7459 81-22-217-7453   Y                                    
205 56-OHS-M132 (HS2) A New Hydrologic Response Function Physically Derived From Dem And Remote Sensing Image  Mr. Shen CHIANG  2.Yasuto TACHIKAWA2
3.Toshiharu KOJIMA2
4.Kaoru TAKARA2
Dept. of Civil Eng., Kyoto University  2.DPRI, Kyoto University Hydrological Science 2 DPRI Gokasho Uji city  Japan, 611-0011 81-774-38-4127 81-774-38-4130   Y                                    
206 56-OHS-M143 (HS2) Application of remote sensing data of land use/cover in flood forecasting through the conceptual model Prof. Liliang Ren 2.Hongmei Jiang
3.Fei Yuan
4.Meirong Wang
College of Water Resources and Environment, Hohai University College of Water Resources and Environment, Hohai University Hydrological Science 2 No.1 Xikang Road, Nanjing  China, 210098   86-25-83786996   Y                                    
207 56-OHS-M144 (HS1) Methodology of a grid-based hydrological model and its application Yuan Fei 2.Ren Liliang College of Water Resources and Environment, Hohai University College of Water Resources and Environment, Hohai University Hydrological Science 1 No.1 Xikang Road, Nanjing  China, 210098   86-25-83786996   Y                                    
208 56-OHS-M148 (HS1) An application of the VIC-3L land surface model in assessing effects of climate change on water resources in the Haihe River Basin Fei Yuan 2.Zhenghui Xie2
3.Liliang Ren1
College of Water Resources and Environment, Hohai University, China 1.College of Water Resources and Environment, Hohai University, China
2.Institute of Atmospheric Physics, Chinese Academy of Sciences, China
Hydrological Science 1 No.1 Xikang Road, Nanjing  China, 210098   86-25-83786996   Y                                    
209 56-OHS-M160 The Use of Doppler Methods for Measuring Velocity and Discharge in Streams Christopher J. Ward Lee Pimble SonTek/YSI Inc. SonTek/YSI Inc. – European Support Centre Hydrological Science 1 6837 Nancy Ridge Drive, Suite A,
San Diego
USA, CA 92124 1 858.546.8327 1 858.546.8327 Accept Y                                    
210 56-OHS-M162 Ecological Hydrology: New Scientific Direction for Water Management Prof. Boris Fshchevsky Tatyana Fashchevskaya International Sakharov Environmental University, Belarus Ufa Aircraft University, Russia Hydrological Science 2 48-99 kalinovskogo Minsk  Belarus, 220086 375 172 264 0800  375 172 83 55 77 1 Y                                    
211 56-OHS-M163 (HS2) Modeling water use for Hawaii's diversified agriculture Mr. MANOJ POTAPOHN THOMAS W. GIAMBELLUCA2
CAROL A. FERGUSON1
University of Hawaii at Manoa, Department of Natural Resources and Environmental Management 1.University of Hawaii at Manoa, Department of Natural Resources and Environmental Management
2.University of Hawaii at Manoa, Department of Geography
Hydrological Science 2 MSC 778 1711 East-West Rd.  Honolulu, Hawaii  USA, 96848-1711 808-944-6494 808-956-6539 1                                      
212 56-OHS-M165 (HS1) DELINEATION OF HOMOGENEOUS FLOOD REGIONS IN CENTRAL INDIA USING SINGLE AND COMPLETE LINKAGE METHODS Prof. B.P. Parida   Department of Environmental Science, University of Botswana   Hydrological Science 1 Private Bag UB 00704, Gaborone Botswana 267 355 2522 267 355 2784 1 Y                                    
213 56-OHS-M166 (HS2) The Environmentally Symbiotic Housing  for a sustainable sanitation Naoko Nakagawa Masahiro Otaki1
Shinji Miura2
Katsuyoshi Ishizaki 2
Ochanomizu University, Japan 1.Ochanomizu University, Japan
2.Faculty of Environmental Studies, Nagasaki University, Japan
Hydrological Science 2 2-1-1,0tsuka,Bunkyo-Ku,Tokyo Japan, 112-8610       Y                                    
214 56-OHS-M169 (HS1) USE OF FLUORESCEIN AS A GROUNDWATER TRACER IN DRIFT AND PUMPBACK TEST Dr. Lloyd H C Chua 1.Dr. W K Yee1
3.Alexander P Robertson2
4.Edmond Y M Lo1
5.J H Tay1
6.Lawrence C C Koe1
Environmental Engineering Research Centre, Division of Environmental and Water Resources Engineering, School of Civil and Environmental Engineering, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore 1Environmental Engineering Research Centre, Division of Environmental and Water Resources Engineering, School of Civil and Environmental Engineering, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore
2Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, Terman En
Hydrological Science 1 50 Nanyang Avenue Singapore, 639798       Y                                    
215 56-OHS-M170 (Invited HS2) (HS2) Integration Leads to Sustainable Development Dr. C. D. THATTE   1, C-16, Parnali Cooperative Hsg. Society   Hydrological Science 2 Damle Path, off Law College Road, Erandwane, Pune   India, 411 005       Y                                    
216 56-OHS-M171 (Invited HS2) (HS2) Water Resource and Water Quality Management for Sustainable Drinking Water Supply in Hill Areas Dr. D. K. Sharma
Mr. Basu Sood
Independent researcher   Hydrological Science 2 Room No. 501,Yojana Bhavan, Himachal Pradesh Secretariat, Shimla      India, 171002 91-177-2621698 91-177-2621698                                        
217 56-OHS-M172 Behavior of Multi Layered Alluvial Aquifer of The Ganga Basin for Patna Urban Water Supply through Numerical Groundwater Modeling  Dr. Ashok Kumar   Remote Sensing Application Centre   Hydrological Science 4 IGSC Planetarium Complex Patna  India, 800001 268 9001 223 0432                                        
218 56-OHS-M174 (HS2) Isotopic variation in rains of Bombay and New Delhi: implication for moisture source of Indian Monsoon precipitation Dr. S.K. Bhattacharya K. Froehlich Physical Research Laboratory, Navrangapura, Ahmedabad Isotope Hydrology Section, International Atomic Energy Agency, Vienna, Austria Hydrological Science 2   India, 380009                                            
219 56-OHS-M183 (HS1) COMPARISON OF TWO APPROACHES FOR GENERATION OF DAILY RAINFALL DATA T.I. HARROLD R SRIKANTHAN
A. SHARMA
T.A. MCMAHON
Research Institute for Humanity and Nature, 335 Takashima-cho, Kamigyo-ku, Kyoto 602-0878, Japan Hydrology Unit, Bureau of Meteorology, Melbourne, Australia.
School of Civil and Environmental Engineering, The University of New South Wales, Sydney, Australia
Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, University of Melbourne, Melbourne, Austra
Hydrological Science 1   Japan       Y                                    
220 56-OJS-A1737 Distributions of trace gases over the Arabian Sea, Bay of Bengal and Indian Ocean: Role of meteorology. Session-AO5  Dr. Duli Chand  Prof.  Shyam  Lal  Max Planck Institute for Chemistry  Max Planck Institute for Chemistry  Joint Sessions With AOGS    Germany                                            
221 56-OJS-A287 (JS4) Future Projections of Precipitation Characteristics in Asia  Dr. Akio Kitoh  2.Mr. Masahiro Hosaka
3.Mr. Yukimasa Adachi
4.Mr. Kenji Kamiguchi
Meteorological Research Institute 1./2./3./4.Meteorological Research Institute Joint Sessions with AOGS: GAME  1-1 Nagamine Tsukuba, Ibaraki  Japan, 305-0052 81 29-853-8594 81 29-855-2552 1 Y                                    
222 56-OJS-A329 (Invited JS1) (JS1) Initial CEOP Model Evaluations  Dr. John Roads    University of California, San Diego    Joint Sessions with AOGS: CEOP 9500  Gilman Drive MC 0224 La Jolla USA, 92093-0224 858 534-2099 858 534-8561 1 Y           USD270         270       visa 4264 2943 2902 4949 Apr-05 John Roads
223 56-OJS-A422  (To Replace 56-OHS-A330) (JS4) Stochastic Rainfall Disaggregation Characteristics of Waxing and Waning Moon Periods Over Northeastern Thailand  Mrs. Sarintip Tantanee 2.Dr. Snguan Patamatamkul
3.Dr. Taikan Oki 
Naresuan University 2.Khon Kaen University
3.University of Tokyo
Joint Sessions with AOGS: GAME  268/102 Baromtrilokanart Rd. Muang Phitsanulok  Thailand, 65000 (66) 55 261061  (66) 55 261062   Y                                    
224 56-OJS-A514 A smoothed bootstrap approach for Monte Carlo generation of N spatially correlated graphs of annual flow duration or cumulative discharge  Dr. William Bardsley   University of Waikato   Joint Sessions With AOGS  Earth Sciences, University of Waikato Hillcrest Road Hamilton  New Zealand, 2001 64 7 858 5011 64 7 856 0115   Y                                    
225 56-OJS-A568 Tertiary Stratigraphy and Sedimentation Settings of North Borneo (Sabah) Basin, Malaysia  Mr. Rodeano Roslee 1.Prof. Sanudin Tahir University Malaysia Sabah 1.University Malaysia Sabah Joint Sessions With AOGS  School of Science and Technology, University Malaysia Sabah, Locked Bag 2073,  Kota Kinabalu, Sabah  Malaysia, 88999 6088-320000 Ext: 5510) 6088-435324                                        
226 56-OJS-A630 (JS4) Diurnal Variation of Precipitable Water Vapor in Sumatera, Indonesia  Dr. Peiming Wu 2.Mr. Taichi Sasaki1
3.Prof. Manabu D Yamanaka1
Frontier Observational Research System for Global Change 1.Frontier Observational Research System for Global Change Joint Sessions with AOGS: GAME  1 Showamachi 3173-25, Kanazawaku Yokohama  Japan, 236-0001 81 45 778 5636 81 45 778 5706                                        
227 56-OJS-M102 Changes of Runoff Mechanism of the Brantas River Basin over the Past 30 Years Dr. Toshikatsu Omachi 2.Katumi Musiake Infrastructure Development Institute - Japan 2.Fukushima University Joint Sessions With AOGS  5-3-23 Chiyodaku  Tokyo  Japan, 102-0083 81-3-3230-7812 81-3-3230-4030   Y                                    
228 56-OJS-M120 (JS3) Scale Effect on Spatial Variation of Storm Depth Prof Ke-Sheng Cheng 2.Hui-Chung Yeh
3.Chiang Wei
Dept. of Bioenvironmental Systems Eng., National Taiwan University, Taipei, Taiwan, ROC 2.Land Resources Dept., Chinese Culture University, Taipei, Taiwan, ROC
3.Administration of Experimental Forest, National Taiwan University, Taiwan
Joint Sessions with AOGS: PUB  Dept. of Bioenvironmental Systems Eng., National Taiwan University No. 1, Section 4, Roosevelt Road Taipei  Taiwan, 106 886-2-2362-9800 886-2-2363-5854   Y                                    
229 56-OTH-A1689 Morphotectonic evolution of the Carlsberg Ridge between 62º20'E and 64º30'E (NW Indian Ocean) during the last 4 million years  Dr. K.A. Kamesh Raju Kattoju  Dr.  A.V. Mudholkar  Mudholkar  1
Dr.  A.K. Chaubey  Chaubey  1
Dr.  V.N. Kodagali  Kodagali 1
National Institute of Oceanography, Dona Paula, Goa -403 004, INDIA  1. National Institute of Oceanography, Dona Paula, Goa -403 004, INDIA  Others Dona Paula, Goa -403 004 India                                            
230 56-OTH-A1722 Estimation of Rainfall over Korean Peninsula Using GOES-9 Satellite Imagery Data Prof. Myoung-Seok Suh    College of Natural Sciences, Kongju National University, Kongju, South Korea    Others   Korea       Y                                    
231 56-OTH-A357 Soil Clogging In Columns During Infiltration Of Secondary Treated Wastewater  Ms. Gingging Guerra  2.Prof. Kenji Jinno
3.Prof. Yoshinari Hiroshiro 
Institute of Environmental Systems, Kyushu University, Japan 1./2./3.Institute of Environmental Systems, Kyushu University, Japan Others copo masago 1 1-11-25 chihaya, higashi-ku fukuoka-shi, fukuoka-ken  Japan, 813-0044 81 92-6423298 81 92-6423295 1                                      
232 56-OTH-A590 Optimum Hyper-spectral Band Selection for Monitoring Algae with Different Levels of Turbidity in the Ishizuchi Storm Water Reservoir in Kochi Prefecture, Japan.  Mr. Abdoul Nasser IBRAHIM 1.Dr. Masahiro MURAKAMI
2.Mr. Yasushi MABUCHI
Kochi University of Technology 1.Kochi University of Technology Others 185 Miyanokuchi Tosa Yamada-cho Kochi Prefecture  Japan, 782-8502 81-909 770 3635 81-887-57-2420 1 Y                                    
233 56-OTH-A695 Transition from Mekong Committee to Mekong River Commission  Prof. Mikiyasu Nakayama   Tokyo University of Agriculture and Technology     Others   3-5-8 Saiwai-cho Fuchuu-city  Tokyo  Japan, 183-8509 81-42-367-5667 81-42-360-7167 1 Y                                    
234 56-OTH-M118 Nutrients And Trace Metals Contribution By Mangrove Vegetation To The Kakinada Bay Ecosystem Srinivas.S.Vutukuru 2.R.J.Krupadam
3.Y.Anjaneyulu
Centre for Environment, Institute of Science and Technology, Jawaharlal Nehru Technological University 1./3.Centre for Environment, Institute of Science and Technology, Jawaharlal Nehru Technological University
2.Environmental Impact and Risk Assessment (EIRA) Division, National Environmental Engineering Research Institute (NEERI)
Others Mahaveer Marg, Hyderabad Andhra Pradesh India, 500 028   91-40-23306095                                        
235 56-OTH-M136 Rainfall Analysis of Debris Flow Occurrence in 2003, Minamata, Japan Prof. Moriyama. Toshiyuki 2.Hikida. Makoto2 1.Sojo University 2.Kagoshima National College of Technology Others 4-22-1 Ikeda Kumamoto  Japan, 860-0082 81-96-326-3111 81-96-326-3000   Y                                    
236 56-OTH-M150 The Structure of the Atmospheric Boundary Layer During Foggy Days in Winter Season at Beijing Prof Hongsheng Zhang 2.Kai Wang-1 
3.Qiang Wang-2 
4.Fuyu Li-1 
5.Xinjian Liu-1 
6.Jiayi Chen-1
Department of Atmospheric Sciences, School of Physics, Physics,Peking University, China
1.Department of Atmospheric Sciences, School of Physics, Physics,Peking University, Key Laboratory of the Rain Storm, Drought and Waterlog of Ministry of Education, China
2.Beijing Meteorological College, China Meteorological Bureau,  China
Others PKU Department of Atmospheric Sciences, School of Physics, Peking University Beijing  China, 100871 86-10-62765690 86-10-62751615 Accept Y                                    
237 56-OTH-M155 Conflicts in Rural Water Management ANUPAM GUHA   Advisor, Hooghly District Council, West Bengal, India   Others   India     Accept Y                                    
238 56-RCW-A1160 Mechanism of Secondary Salinization Related to Water Management in Irrigated Lands under Rice-Based Cropping System in Lower Syr Darya Region of Aral Sea Basin  Prof. YOSHINOBU KITAMURA  Dr.  T.  YANO  1
Dr.  S. YAMAMOTO  2
Dr.  T.  HONNA  2
Dr.  K.  INOSAKO 2
 TOTTORI UNIVERSITY  1. Arid Land Research Center, Tottori University                                                2. Faculty of Agriculture, Tottori University Regional Characteristics and Water Problems  4-101 KOYAMA-CHO MINAMI  TOTTORI Japan, 680-8553 81-857-31-5394 81-857-31-5347 1 Y                                    
239 56-RCW-A273 RISK ASSESSMENT IN WATER RESOURCE DEVELOPMENT –AN ENVIRONMENTAL ECONOMIC APPROACH  Mr. Sudipta Mukherjee    Independent    Regional Characteristics and Water Problems  Flat #3A, Sangeeta Apartments 90, DH Road, Barisha Kolkata  India, 700 008 91 33 2447 2994   1 Y                                    
240 56-RCW-A290 Regional Characteristics and Water Issues Mr. sokhem pech    Mekong River Commission   Regional Characteristics and Water Problems  64 DE0 118 street Phnom Penh  CAMBODIA (855 23) 720 979 (855 23) 720 972 1 Y                                    
241 56-RCW-A304 The Relation among the water resources condition, grain production and human activities in the North China Plain  Ms. Shinobu Kaneko 2.Dr. Akihiko KONDOH
3.Dr. Yanjun SHEN
4.Dr. Changyuan TANG
5.Prof. Yasuo SAKURA 
Graduate School of Science and Technology, Chiba University, Japan 1./3./4.Graduate School of Science and Technology, Chiba University, Japan
2.Center for Environmental Remote Sensing, Japan
5.Department of Earth Sciences, Faculty of Science, Chiba University, Japan
Regional Characteristics and Water Problems  1-33 Yayoi Inage/Chiba  Japan, 299-0117 81-43-290-2969 81-43-290-2963 1                                      
242 56-RCW-A305 Development and application of a remote sensing model for estimating soil water status and evapotranspiration in semiarid agricultural region  Dr. Yanjun Shen 2.Dr. Akihiko Kondoh
3.Dr. Changyuan Tang
4.Mrs. Jieying Xiao
Graduate School of Science and Technology, Chiba University 1./3./4.Graduate School of Science and Technology, Chiba University
2.Center for Environmental Remote Sensing, Chiba University
Regional Characteristics and Water Problems 1-33 Yayoi, Inage Chiba  Japan, 263-8522 81-43-290 2969 81-43-290 2963 1 Y                                    
243 56-RCW-A309 Water Related Key Issues in Meso-scale Catchments of the Hindu Kush-Himalayas  Dr. Juerg Merz 2.PRADEEP M. DANGOL
3.MADHAV P. DHAKAL
4.BHAWANI S. DONGOL
5.FU GAO
6.MOHAMMAD JEHANGIR
7.BASANT K. JOSHI
8.XING MA
9.GOPAL NAKARMI
10.BANDANA PRAJAPATI-MERZ
11.ABDUS SALAM
12.SMITA SHRESTHA
13.P.K. VERMA
14.ROLF WEINGARTNER
15.SUHAIL ZOKAIB
Hydrology Group, Department of Geography, University of Bern, Bern, Switzerland / International Centre for Integrated Mountain Development, Kathmandu, Nepal 1./14.Hydrology Group, Department of Geography, University of Bern, Bern, Switzerland
1./2./3./4./9./10./12.International Centre for Integrated Mountain Development, Kathmandu, Nepal
5.Kunming Institute of Botany, Kunming, China
6./11./15.Pakistan Forest 
Regional Characteristics and Water Problems GPO Box 3226 - Kathmandu  Nepal 9771 5525313 9771 5524509 1                                      
244 56-RCW-A326 Water for Sustainable Development in the Euphrates-Tigris River Basin  Dr. Aysegül Kibarolu   Middle East Technical University    Regional Characteristics and Water Problems 42-4 Bilkent Üniversitesi Lojmanları Ankara  Turkey 90 312 210 20 40 90 312 210 12 45 1 Y                                    
245 56-RCW-A366 Drinking Water Quality in Barak Valley, Assam, North East India: Prioritizing Management Options  Dr. ABHIK GUPTA   Assam University, Silchar, Assam, India    Regional Characteristics and Water Problems  Dept. of Ecology & Environmental Science Assam University Silchar  India, 788011 91-3842-270824 91-3842-270802 1 Y                                    
246 56-RCW-A456 Application of Synthetic Tank Model Simulation in the Semi-arid Region with Limited Basic Hydrologic Data Availability  Mr. Ryoichi Kawasaki 2.Dr. Masahiro Murakami  Sanyu Consultants Inc. 2.Kochi University of Technology  Regional Characteristics and Water Problems 240 1 choume Chita  Japan, 478-0016 (81)562-55-4389 (81)562-56-4481 1 Y                                    
247 56-RCW-A577 Effects of Human activities on the Hydrological Environment of the North China Plain (NPC) in past 70 years  Prof. Changyuan Tang 2.Mr. Kaisar Aji1
3.Dr. Yuanjun  Shen1
4.Prof. Akihiko Kondo2 
5.Prof. Sakura  Yasuo3
6.Prof. Xiangfang Song4
Graduate School of Science and Technology, Chiba University, Japan 1.Graduate School of Science and Technology, Chiba University, Japan
2.Center for environmental Remote Sensing, Chiba University, Japan
3.Department of Earth Sciences, Faculity of Science, Chiba University, Japan
4.Institute of Geography & Natural Resourc
Regional Characteristics and Water Problems  1-33 Yayoi-cho Inage-ku  Chiba  Japan, 263-8522 81 432902843 81 432902859 1 Y                                    
248 56-RCW-A628 One Dimensional Mathematical Modeling of Pollutant Transport in Compound Open Channels  Mr. Mohammad Faramarz 1.Dr. Kourosh Mohammadi
2.Dr. Seyed Ali Ayyoubzadeh 
Tarbiat Modarres University   1.Tarbiat Modarres University   Regional Characteristics and Water Problems  1 Jalale Ale Ahmad Ave, Agriculture College, Tarbiat modarres University Tehran Iran, 14115-111 98-218011001 98-218011001 1 Y                                    
249 56-RCW-A629 Estimating Longitudinal Dispersion Coefficient in Rivers  Mr. Mohammad Faramarz   Tarbiat Modarres University   1.Tarbiat Modarres University   Regional Characteristics and Water Problems  1 Jalale Ale Ahmad Ave, Agriculture College, Tarbiat modarres University Tehran Iran, 14115-111 98-218011001 98-218011001 1 Y                                    
250 56-RCW-A658 Evaluation of Irrigation Efficiency at KM6 Project Site, Laos  Dr. Koshi Yoshida 2.Dr. Hiroaki Somura2
3.Mr. Osamu Toda3
4.Dr. Takao Masumoto2
5.Dr. Hajime Tanji2
Japan Science and Technology Agency 1.Japan Science and Technology Agency
2.National Institute for Rural Engineering
3.Graduate school of University Tokyo
Regional Characteristics and Water Problems   2-1-6 kannnonndai Tsukuba Ibaraki  Japan, 305-8609 81-29-838-7625 81-29-838-7567 1 Y                                    
251 56-RCW-A671 Evaluation of Fishery effects on Water Resources of the Mekong River Basin in the View of Virtual Water  Dr. HAJIME TANJI  2.Dr. KOSHI YOSHIDA2
3.Dr. HIROAKI SOHMURA1
National Institute for Rural Engineering 1.National Institute for Rural Engineering
2.Japan Science and Technology Agency 
Regional Characteristics and Water Problems   2-1-6 Kannonday Tsukuba, Ibaraki  Japan, 305-8609 81 29-838-7567 81 29-838-7609 1 Y                                    
252 56-RCW-A681 Impacts of Coastal Lowland Drainage on Estuarine Lake Sediment Chemistry Prof. IAN WHITE 1.Ms. JODIE SMITH1
2.Dr. ANNABELLE KEENE2
4.Mr. MARK TUNKS4
5.Mr. ANDREW KINSELA1
6.Dr. BENNETT MACDONALD3
CRES, Australian National University, Canberra, Australia 1.BEES, University of New South Wales, Sydney, Australia
2.SESM, Southern Cross University, Lismore, Australia
3.CRES, Australian National University, Canberra, Australia
4.Tweed Shire Council, Murwillumbah, Australia 
Regional Characteristics and Water Problems   CRES Australian National University Canberra ACT  Australia, 0200 61 2 6125 0660 61 2 6125 0757 1                                      
253 56-RCW-A994 Facing pollution water problems in with environmentally friendly recovery techniques as Forced Aeration: A case study-The Guanabara Bay (Rio de Janeiro-Brazil)  Ms. Paola Almeida-Guerra Dr. Maurizio Bonardi ISMAR-CNR  ISMAR-CNR   Regional Characteristics and Water Problems ISMAR-CNR San Polo 1364 Venice  Italy, 30125 VE 39-41-5216874 39-41-2602340 1 Y                                    
254 56-RCW-M110 Pollution Abatement : Key To Sustainable Water Resource Development Ms. Tanushree Mukherjee 2.Prof. Santosh Ghosh Kolkata Youth Water Forum Centre for Built Environment Regional Characteristics and Water Problem 5 Station Lane, Dhakuria, Kolkata India, 700 031 91 33 32556720     Y                                    
255 56-RCW-M137 Global Estimation of the Effect of Fertilization on Nitrate Leaching Mr. Yoshito SUGA 2.SHINJIRO KANAE2
3.TAIKAN OKI1
Institute of Industrial Science, The University of Tokyo 1.Institute of Industrial Science, The University of Tokyo
2.Research Institute of Humanity and Nature
Regional Characteristics and Water Problems  4-6-1 Komaba, Meguro Tokyo  Japan, 153-8508 81-3-5452-6382 81-3-5452-6383   Y                                    
256 56-RCW-M153 URBAN WATER ANAGEMENT MEASURES IN BANGKOK AND VICINITY Dr.-Ing. Ksemsan Suwarnarat   Chairman of the Board of Directors, Waste Water Management Authority
Ministry of Natural Resource and Environment
Bangkok, THAILAND
  Regional Characteristics and Water Problems  LPN Building, Floor 23,333 Vibahvadi Road, Bangkok Thailand 66-2-2738544  66-2-2738577  Accept                                      
257 56-SUW-A232 Vulnerability of Dhaka Metropolitan Area Aquifer Prof Hoque M Mozzammel   Bangladesh Univ of Engineering and Technology   Sound Utilization of Water Resources Institute of Water and Flood Management Bangladesh University of Engineering and Technology Dhaka  BANGLADESH, 1000 880 2-9665601 880-2-8613026
880-2-8613046
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258 56-SUW-A281 Water Productivity of Milk Production in North Gujarat, Western India  Dr. Om Prakash Singh    International Water Management Institute, South Asia Program, Anand Office    Sound Utilization of Water Resources  Elecon-Campus Anand-Sojitra Road, VV nagar Anand, Gujarat  India, 388120 91 2692   229311/312/313 91 2692 229310 1 Y                                    
259 56-SUW-A293 (for Special Session) Factors Affecting Effective Transfer of Alternative Technologies Designed to Compensate Resettlers of Dam Development Projects Dr. Jagath Manatunge 2.Prof. Mikiyasu Nakayama
3.Ms. Sachiko Miyata
1.Dept. of Environmental Science & Human Eng., Saitama University, Japan 2.United Graduate School of Agricultural Sci., Tokyo University of Agriculture & Tech., Japan
3.Graduate School of Frontier Sciences University of Tokyo, Japan
Sound Utilization of Water Resources Shimo-okubo 640-102 Sakura-ku, Saitama-shi Saitama-ken  Japan, 338-0825 81 48 858 9549 81 48 858 3818 1                                      
260 56-SUW-A327 Implicit Calibration of Water Distribution Networks Using SCE-UA  Mr. Haytham Awad  2.Prof. Akira Kawamura 
3.Prof. Kenji Jinno 
Institute of Environmental Systems, Kyushu University 1./2./3.Institute of Environmental Systems, Kyushu University Sound Utilization of Water Resources  6-10-1 Hakozaki, Higashi-ku Fukuoka  Japan, 812-8581 81 92-642-3295 81 92-642-3295 1 Y                                    
261 56-SUW-A538 Multiobjective Optimization Model for the Reservoir Management in the upper River Basin Prof. Yangbo Chen   Sun Yat-sen University    Sound Utilization of Water Resources  Center of Water Resources and Environment Sun Yat-sen University Guangzhou China, 510275 86-20-84114269 86-20-34022397 1 Y                                    
262 56-SUW-A704 URBAN HYDROLOGY AND WATER RESOURCES MANAGEMENT IN URBAN INDIA: CASE OF DELHI MEGA-CITY  Ms. Anju Singh   Banaras Hindu University   Sound Utilization of Water Resources 143 Kadambari Sector-9, Rohini Delhi  India, 110085 91-11-27553850 91-11-27553850 1 Y                                    
263 56-SUW-A748 ALTERNATIVE WATER RESOURCE MANAGEMENT IN METROPOLIS AREA  Mr. Ranajit Gupta  2.Mr. ARINDAM BISWAS  INTERDESIGN  INTERDESIGN  Sound Utilization of Water Resources 220/2 Panditia Road Extension Calcutta  India, 700029 91-33-24660625 91-33-24660625 1 Y                                    
264 56-SUW-M127 Work on the Experiment on the River Wter Purification of the Shimanto, and its Outcome Kazunori WADA 2.Yuji OKI
3.Norimasa OSUGI
4.Kazuhiro NOMURA
5.Kenji HONDA
6.Takashi MATSUI
7.Syunpei YAMAGUCHI
8.Yoshio WATANABE
Research Coordinator for Watershed Management, National Institute for Land and Infrastructure Management, Ministry of Land, Infrastructure and Transport of Japan 2.Kyowa Concrete Industry Co., Ltd.
3.Toyo Denka Kogya Co., Ltd.
4.Hazama Corp.
5.Teijin Eco Science Co., Ltd.
6.Nittoku COnstruction Co., Ltd.
7.Japan Vilene Co., Ltd
8.Nihon Suido Consultants Co., Ltd.
Sound Utilisation of Water Resources 4-7-107 Asahigaoka Hino-shi/ Tokyo  Japan, 191-0065 042-584-7931 042-584-7929   Y                                    
265 56-TWM-A1013 A case study on unsuccessful participation of public in a dam project Mr. Junichi Yoshitani   PWRI   Towards the Wise Management  1-6 Minamihara Tsukuba, Ibaraki  Japan, 3058516 81-29-879-6778 81-29-879-6737 1                                      
266 56-TWM-A257 Dripping Water to a Water Guzzler: Techno economic Evaluation of Drip Mr Manhachery Dinesh Kumar  2.Prof Tushaar Shah
3.Prof Maulik Bhatt
4.Prof Madhu Kapadia
Int'l Water Management Institute 1./2./3./4.Int'l Water Management Institute Towards the Wise Management Elecon Anand-Sojitra Road Anand, Gujarat  India, 388 120 91 2692 229311/ 12/ 13 91 2692 229310 1 Y                                    
267 56-TWM-A317 Water, Habitat and Sustainability  Dr. Mahua Mukherjee    Indian Institute of Technology, Roorkee    Towards the Wise Management 151/7 Teachers' Hostel, IITroorkee Roorkee  India, 247 667 91 1332 285334 91 1332 285318 1 Y                                    
268 56-TWM-A324 Analysis of Flow Meters Reading in Fukuoka City Water Supply Network Using Self-Organizing Map  Mr. Haytham Awad  2.Prof. Akira Kawamura 
3.Prof. Kenji Jinno 
Institute of Environmental Systems, Kyushu University 1./2./3.Institute of Environmental Systems, Kyushu University Towards the Wise Management  6-10-1 Hakozaki, Higashi-ku Fukuoka  Japan, 812-8581 81 92-642-3295 81 92-642-3295 1 Y                                    
269 56-TWM-A331 Horizontal Reed Bed Constructed Wetlands: Best Solution for Wastewater Treatment Problem In Nepal  Ms. Poonam Sharma 2.Dr. Kiran Bhattarai
3.Mr. Kisheb Bista
4.Dr. Nawa Raj Khatiwada
School of Environmental Management and Sutainable Development 1./4.School of Environmental Management and Sutainable Development
2.Melamchi Water Supply Project
3.Department of Water Supply and Sewerage 
Towards the Wise Management 45 62/38 Siddicharan Marg, Santinagar, New Baneshwor, Kathmandu Kathmandu Nepal, 2453 977 4480109 977 4460317 1                                      
270 56-TWM-A355 Greywater Reuse in Arid Countries: Problems and Possibilities  Dr. Mushtaque Ahmed 2.Dr. Sanmugam Prathapar
3.Dr. Ahmad Al-Jamrah
4.Dr. Ahmed Al-Maskri
Sultan Qaboos University, Oman 1./2./3./4.Sultan Qaboos University, Oman Towards the Wise Management  SQU PO Box 34, Al-khod 123 Al-KHOD Oman 968 515222 968 513 418 1 Y                                    
271 56-TWM-A557 A Case Study for Participatory Framework in the Process of Water Resources Planning  Mr. Masahiko Murase 2.Mr. Yosuke  Tomizawa 
3.Dr. Hideaki  Kawasaki 
National Institute for Land and Infrastructure Management, Ministry of Land, Infrastructure and Transport, Japan 1.National Institute for Land and Infrastructure Management, Ministry of Land, Infrastructure and Transport, Japan Towards the Wise Management  Water Management and Dam Division 1 Asahi Tsukuba, Ibaraki  Japan, 305-0804 81-29-864-3052 81-29-864-2688 1 Y                                    
272 56-TWM-A648 Water Pricing System for Zhouhai City based on Three-part Pricing Model Prof. Yangbo Chen   Sun Yat-sen University    Towards the Wise Management   Center of Water Resources and Environment Sun Yat-sen University Guangzhou China, 510275 86-20-84114269 86-20-34022397 1                                      
273 56-TWM-A749 THE SUNDERBANS BIOSPHERE : A STUDY ON UNCERTAINTIES & IMPACTS IN ACTIVE DELTA REGIONS  Mr. Shivashish Bose 2.Mr. Ranajit Gupta  INTERDESIGN 2.Centre For Built Environment Towards the Wise Management   220/2 Panditia Road Extension Calcutta  India, 700029 91-33-24660625 91-33-24660625 1 Y                                    
274 56-TWM-A773 Management of Groundwater Salinity in Maharashtra, India Dr. Himanshu Joshi 2.Mr. P.P. Birde 
3.Dr. Bhishm Kumar 
Dept. of Hydrolgy, I.I.T.Roorkee 2.Groundwater Surveys and Development Agency, Pune, M.S. (India)
3.National Institute of Hydrology, Roorkee, India 
Towards the Wise Management  Department of Hydrology, IIT Roorkee IIT Campus Roorkee, Uttaranchal  India, 247667 01332-285390 (Off), 285403 (Res) 01332-285236, 273560 1 Y                                    
275 56-TWM-M109 Integrated Resource Recovery System Ms. Sumita Gupta Gangopadhyay   Kolkata Metropolitan Development Authority   Towards the Wise Management UNNAYAN BHAVAN SALT LAKE KOLKATA/ WEST BENGAL  India, 700091 91 9831098655 91 3323593563   Y                                    
276 56-TWM-M116 Towards the Wise Management: Improvement Flow Allocation
in the Syr Darya River Basin of Uzbekistan  
U Abdullaev 2.A. Voronov Uzbek State Uzgipromeliovodkho Institute Uzbek State Uzgipromeliovodkho Institute Towards the Wise Management 44, Navoiy, Tashkent UZBEKISTAN, 700011                                            
277 56-WRD-A118 Water resources development, management and utilization in the north-eastern region of India: lessons from the past and future strategies Dr Uttam Chand Sharma 2.Dr. Vikas Sharma S.K.  Centre for Natural Resources Management 2.University of Agricultural Sciences and Technology-Jammu  Water Resource and Management V.P.O TARORE DISTRICT JAMMU JAMMU  India, 180012 91 191-2472044   1 Y                                    
278 56-WRD-A260 Fluoride Rich Groundwater in Bilwara District, Rajasthan, India Prof D Chandrasekharam 2.Mr Saikat Sengupta
3.Prof Jadhav Gajanan
Dept. Earth Sci., Indian Institute of Technology, Bombay 1.Dept. Earth Sci., Indian Institute of Technology, Bombay Water Resource and Management Indian Institute of Technology, Bombay  India, 400076 25767263 25723480 1                                      
279 56-WRD-A325 Ecological Impacts of Water Resources Utilization in the Tarim River Basin in China  Prof. Yaning Chen   Xinjiang Institute of Ecology and Geography, Chinese Academy of Sciences    Water Resource and Development 40-3 Beijin Road Urumqi, Xinjiang China, 830011 86 9917885432 86 9917885320 1                                      
280 56-WRD-A354 Applying a Hydrological Cycle-based Economic Development Model for Water Resources Management in Asia  Mr. Yukihiro Mizutani    Overseas Consulting Administration, Nippon Koei Co., Ltd.    Water Resource and Development  4-2 Kojimachi, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo Japan, 103-0083 81 3-5276-7578 81 3-5276-3094 1                                      
281 56-WRD-A356 Socio-Economic Changes in Irrigation Development in Southeast Anatolian Village, Turkey  Ms. Sachiko Miyata 2.Dr. Tomoki Fujii  Course of International Studies, Institute of Environmental Studies, Graduate School of Frontier Sciences, University of Tokyo Department of Agricultural and Resource Economics, University of California at Berkeley Water Resource and Development  7-3-1 Hongo, Bunkyo-ku Tokyo  Japan, 113-0033 81 90-3595-5483   1 Y                                    
282 56-WRD-A392 Estimation of Irrigated Water to Paddy fields at Each Province, Laos  Dr. Hiroaki SOMURA 2.Dr. Hajime TANJI
3.Dr. Koshi YOSHIDA
4.Mr. Osamu TODA
National Institute for Rural Engineering 1./2.National Institute for Rural Engineering
3.Japan Science and Technology Agency
4.Graduate School of Agricultural and Life Sciences, University of Tokyo
Water Resource and Development 2-1-6 Kan-non dai Tsukuba, Ibaraki Japan, 305-8609 81 29-838-7625 81 29-838-7609 1 Y                                    
283 56-WRD-A475 Modeling of the World Water Dynamics at Continental Scope with Water Resources Limitations  Mr. Tengsheng Chong 1.Prof. TOSHIHARU  KOJIRI
2.Mr. JUNPEI NAKATSUKA
DPRI WRRC Kyoto University  DPRI WRRC Kyoto University  Water Resource and Development Water Resources Research Center, Disaster Prevention Research Institute, Kyoto University Japan, 611-0011  81-774-38-4248 81-774-32-3093 1                                      
284 56-WRD-A537 Fuzzy Assessment of Water Carrying Capacity for Shenzhen City   Prof. Yangbo Chen   Sun Yat-sen University 1.Sun Yat-sen University Water Resource and Development Center of Water Resources and Environment Sun Yat-sen University Guangzhou China, 510275 86-20-84114269 86-20-34022397 1                                      
285 56-WRD-A556 Simulation of irrigation water consumption in the Yellow River basin using a distributed hydrological model  Dr. Li chong 2.Prof. Yang Dawen China Institute of Water Resources and Hydropower research, Beijing  Department of Civil Engineering, University of Tokyo  Water Resource and Development IWHR A1 Fuxing Road Beijing  China, 100038 86-10-68515511-1796 81-3-5841-6130 1 Y                                    
286 56-WRD-A562 Geological Assisted on Water Resources Planning in Mountainous Catchments in Kundasang, Sabah, Malaysia. Mr. Rodeano Roslee 1.Prof. Sanudin Tahir University Malaysia Sabah 1.University Malaysia Sabah Water Resource and Development School of Science and Technology, University Malaysia Sabah, Locked Bag 2073,  Kota Kinabalu, Sabah  Malaysia, 88999 6088-320000 Ext: 5510) 6088-435324 1                                      
287 56-WRD-A589 A large-scale groundwater development in the volcanic massifs in Indonesia Mr. Kazuki Tsuji    Kochi University of Technology   Water Resource and Development 185 Miyanokuchi Tosayamada,Kochi  Japan , 782-8502 0887-57-2418 0887-57-2420 1 Y                                    
288 56-WRD-A589 A large-scale groundwater development in the volcanic massifs in Indonesia  Mr. Kazuya ICHIHARA 2.Mr. Kazuki Tsuji  Kochi University of Technology 1.Kochi University of Technology Water Resource and Development   185 Miyanokuchi Tosayamada,Kochi  Japan, 782-8502 0887-57-2418 0887-57-2420 1                                      
289 56-WRD-A721 Simulation and Investigation of Clogging Phenomena in an Artifial Recharge Pond  Prof. Shaohua Hsu 2.Mr. Wen-Qi Huang  Feng Chia University Feng Chia University Water Resource and Development   P.O. Box 25-123 Wen-Hwa Road Taichung  Taiwan, 407 886 4 2451 0390 886 4 2451 4318 1                                      
290 56-WRD-M104 Utilization And Development Of Water Resources For Effective Irrigation Management Using Remote Sensing And Gis – A Case Study From India Dr Siva Sankar Asadi 2.Padmaja Vuppala
3.A. Sultana
4.M. Anji Reddy
Centre for Environment, Institute of Science and Technology,
Jawaharlal Nehru Technological University
Centre for Environment, Institute of Science and Technology,
Jawaharlal Nehru Technological University
Water Resources and Development ROOM NO.502, Mahaveer Marg, Hyderabad, Andhra Pradesh
India, 500 028 91-40-23306095 91-40-23306095.                                        
291 56-WRD-M107 Integrated Approach For Water Resources Development Using Remote Sensing And Gis – A Critical Study From India Padmaja Vuppala 2.Siva Sankar Asadi
3.M. Anji Reddy
Centre for Environment, Institute of Science and Technology, Jawaharlal Nehru Technological University Centre for Environment, Institute of Science and Technology, Jawaharlal Nehru Technological University Water Resource and Development ROOM NO.502, Mahaveer Marg, Hyderabad, Andhra Pradesh
India, 500 028 91-40-23306095 91-40-23306095.   Y                                    
292 56-WRD-M108 Water Problems For Kolkata Metropolitan Region Indranath Chakravarti   Consultant, Ballardie, Thompson & Matthews   Water Resource and Development Water Supply, Kolkata Metropolitan Development Authority) 7 Red Cross Place, Kolkata India, 700 020 91 33 24660625     Y                                    
293 56-WRD-M117 Water Resource and Development: Implementation National Water
Management Plans and National Policy of Uzbekistan
G. Khasankhanova 2.U. Abdullaev Uzbek State Institute Uzgipromeliovodkhoz Uzbek State Institute Uzgipromeliovodkhoz Water Resource and Development 44, Navoiy, Tashkent UZBEKISTAN, 700011                                            
294 56-WRD-M122 Assessment Of Age Distribution In Groundwater Uwe Morgenstern   Geological & Nuclear Sciences, New Zealand   Water Resource and Development 41 Bell Rd. South, Lower Hutt New Zealand       Y                                    
295 56-WRD-M168 EVALUATION OF EXISTING WATER SUPPLY SYSTEM IN THIMPHU VALLEY, BHUTAN Mukand S. Babel A. Das Gupta
M. Pradhan
Water Engineering and Management, School of Civil Engineering, Asian Institute of Technology Water Engineering and Management, School of Civil Engineering, Asian Institute of Technology Water Resources and Development
P.O. Box 4, Klongluang, Pathumthani
Thailand, 12120     1 Y