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  • ISBN: 978-1-62993-814-1

    35th IAHR World Congress 2013 The Wise Find Pleasure in Water: Meandering Through Water Science and Engineering

    Chengdu, China 8-13 September 2013

    Volume 1 of 12

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  • TABLE OF CONTENTS

    VOLUME 1 EUPALINOS AND THE TUNNEL OF SAMOS ................................................................................................................ 1

    Gerardo Ruiz

    EVALUATION OF BUFFER ZONE IN HARAZ RIVER IN IRAN .............................................................................. 10Nasser Rostam

    APPLICATION OF TELEMAC-2D IN DAM-BREAK FLOOD SIMULATION FOR WUXIKOU PROJECT ............................................................................................................................................................................ 21

    Shi Sha

    CFD STUDY OF FLOW AND TRANSPORT CHARACTERISTICS IN A SCALED DISINFECTION TANK ..................................................................................................................................................... 30

    Athanasios Angeloudis

    APPLICATION OF REMOTE SENSING TO CLASSIFICATION FOR DIKE SYSTEM......................................... 38Dongju Wu

    REVIEW OF HISTORIC FLOODS CAUSED BY EARTHQUAKE BARRIER LAKES IN SICHUAN PROVINCE, CHINA ....................................................................................................................................... 49

    Shuyou Cao

    FROM UNIT HYDROGRAPH TO INSTANTANEOUS UNIT HYDROGRAPH: PROFESSOR W.-L. HUANGS CONTRIBUTIONS TO WATERSHED HYDROLOGY ......................................................................... 55

    Clark Liu

    ASSESSING HYDRO-ECONOMIC BENEFITS OF RAINWATER HARVESTING UNDER DRY AND WET CONDITIONS IN RAINFED AGRICULTURE........................................................................................... 62

    Pramod K Pandey

    SPATIAL-STRUCTURAL ANALYSIS OF WOODY RIPARIAN VEGETATION FOR HYDRAULIC CONSIDERATIONS.................................................................................................................................. 74

    Clemens Weissteiner

    A STUDY ON FACTORS RELATED TO LONG-TERM ENVIRONMENTAL CHANGES IN LAKE JUSAN .................................................................................................................................................................................. 85

    Shuntaro Matsune

    A HYDRAULIC ROUGHNESS MODEL FOR SUBMERGED FLEXIBLE VEGETATION..................................... 91Chi Wai Li

    A LABORATORY STUDY OF OIL CONTAMINANT(MTBE) TRANSPORT IN SOIL......................................... 103Kumars Ebrahimi

    A NUMERICAL STUDY OF SHALLOW MIXING DEVELOPMENT OVER DUNES........................................... 110Gokhan Kirkil

    A NUMERICAL SIMULATION OF WIND-DRIVEN WATER CURRENT IN TAIHU LAKE WITH TWO-PHASE FLOW MODEL........................................................................................................................................ 117

    Chao Li

    ACUTE TOXICITY OF NAPCP ON CARASSIUS AURATUS UNDER UNSTEADY EXPORSURE II: WITH SUSPENDED PARTICLES ............................................................................................................................ 124

    Yizhen Wang

    ACUTE TOXICITY OF SODIUM PENTACHLOROPHENOL ON CARASSIUS AURATUS UNDER UNSTEADY EXPOSURE I: WITHOUT SUSPENDED PARTICLES ......................................................... 136

    Yizhen Wang

    WAVE EROSION CHARACTERISTICS OF THE NO VEGETATION SEEDED SANDBAG STRUCTURES .................................................................................................................................................................. 146

    Wenxue Chen

    A MULTI-MECHANISM MODEL FOR THE VELOCITY PROFILE IN VEGETATED OPEN-CHANNEL FLOWS .......................................................................................................................................................... 153

    Nina Nikora

    ADAPTATION-TO-CAPACITY LENGTH FOR FLUVIAL SEDIMENT TRANSPORT ........................................ 163Zhijing Li

    3D NUMERICAL SIMULATIONS OF LOCAL SCOURING AROUND BRIDGE PIERS UNDER NON-UNIFORM SEDIMENT CONDITIONS ............................................................................................................... 173

    Yafei Jia

  • ADOPTING AN ACOUSTIC VIBRATION TUBE TO MONITOR THE BED-LOAD TRANSPORT.................... 185Yui-Ting Lee

    3D-ADVP MEASUREMENTS OF BEDLOAD TRANSPORT..................................................................................... 193Colin Rennie

    EFFECT OF FLOW DEPTH ON THE FORMATION SCOUR HOLE AROUND THE BRIDGE ABUTMENT - COLLAR PLATE ARRANGEMENT ................................................................................................... 206

    Serife Yurdagul Kumcu

    A COUPLED HYDROLOGICAL AND HYDRAULIC MODELING SYSTEM FOR URBAN FLOOD SIMULATIONS.................................................................................................................................................. 213

    Hongbin Zhang

    A NEW ALGORITHM FOR UNSTRUCTURED GRIDS AND BANK-FAILURE MECHANISMS IN MORPHODYNAMIC MODELS ..................................................................................................................................... 220

    Massimo Greco

    2D DAM-BREAK FLOWS OVER ERODIBLE FLOODPLAIN. COMPARISON OF TWO SHALLOW-WATER MODELS AGAINST LABORATORY EXPERIMENTS: A SAINT-VENANT EXNER CLASSICAL APPROACH AND A TWO LAYER DESCRIPTION .......................................................... 229

    Catherine Swartenbroekx

    3D NUMERICAL SIMULATION OF FLOW AND LOCAL SCOUR AROUND A SPUR DIKE ............................ 239Guodong Li

    A DES STUDY OF THE ROLE OF CONTRACTION RATIO CAUSED BY TWO SPILL THROUGH ABUTMENTS .............................................................................................................................................. 248

    Mete Koken

    NUMERICAL SIMULATION OF MORPHOLOGICAL CHANGES ON RIVER CONFLUENCE USING DEPTH-AVERAGED 2D MODEL .................................................................................................................... 255

    Mohammad Rostani

    A COUNTERMEASURE FOR PREVENTION OF RESERVOIR FLOATING DEBRIS FOLLOWING EXTREME FLOODS ............................................................................................................................. 264

    James Yang

    A FUNDAMENTAL STUDY OF THE INCEPTION OF MOTION OF COARSE SEDIMENTS ............................ 274S. Erpicum

    3-D FLOW MEASUREMENTS OF A SWIRLING JET INDUCED BY A PROPELLER BY USING PIV ...................................................................................................................................................................................... 281

    Yee-Meng Chiew

    A STUDY ON THE PROPERTIES OF MANGROVE PROP ROOTS AND THEIR INFLUENCE ON CURRENT FLOW ..................................................................................................................................................... 291

    Xiaofeng Zhang

    A NEW METHOD TO IMMOBILIZE SAND IN LABORATORY CHANNELS: METHOD DEVELOPMENT AND RECENT APPLICATIONS .................................................................................................... 301

    Ana Maria Ferreira Da Silva

    BED LOAD INFLUENCE ON SCOUR AT SUBMERGED WEIRS ........................................................................... 309Dawei Guan

    A METHOD FOR ASSESSING THE FEASIBILITY OF AIR-BUBBLE SCREENS TO REDUCE MORPHOLOGICAL GRADIENTS IN OPEN-CHANNEL BENDS ........................................................................... 318

    Violaine Dugu

    ARMOUR LAYER DEVELOPMENT AND DESTRUCTION - AN INVESTIGATION INTO THE EFFECTIVENESS OF BEACH RAKING...................................................................................................................... 329

    Heide Friedrich

    A SIMULATION ON WATER FLOW OF THE BA-GUA-ZHOU BRAIDING CHANNELS IN NANJING OF YANGTZE RIVER .................................................................................................................................. 339

    Wen-Hong Dai

    A COMPARISON OF EXTREME WAVE CLIMATE MODELLING METHODS: A CASE STUDY FOR THE NETHERLANDS ............................................................................................................................................ 349

    Fan Li

    CHALLENGES ON FIELD TESTING A TIDAL POWER PLANT TO ACHIEVE IEC CONFORMITY - SIHWA TIDAL IN SOUTH KOREA ............................................................................................... 361

    Maria Collins

    A NUMERICAL SIMULATION OF SWASH FLOW GENERATED BY BORE COLLAPSE ON ROUGH SLOPES.............................................................................................................................................................. 373

    Maria Tsakiri

    APPEARANCE CHARACTERISTICS OF COLD WATER IN THE SOUTHEASTERN SEA OF KOREA .............................................................................................................................................................................. 384

    Moonock Lee

  • APPLICATION OF OCEAN-ATMOSPHERE COUPLING THROUGH NON-TIDAL BAROTROPIC NUMERICAL MODELLING TO SIMULATE SEA LEVEL ANOMALIES (SLA) EVENTS IN SINGAPORE REGIONAL WATER......................................................................................................... 396

    Serene Tay

    A QUALITATIVE ANALYSIS OF DIFFERENT COASTAL REVETMENTS CONFIGURATIONS THROUGH PHYSICAL MODELLING ......................................................................................................................... 405

    Francisco Taveira-Pinto

    CAUSES AND FAILURE MECHANICS OF SEAWALL IN CUA TUNG BEACH, VIETNAM ............................. 415Nguyen Viet Thanh

    EFFICIENT ALGORITHM FOR WATERSHED OVERLAND FLOW SIMULATIONS ....................................... 424Pin-Chun Huang

    A PROPOSED GLOBAL-LOCAL METHODOLOGY FOR UNIT COMMITMENT OPTIMIZATION .............................................................................................................................................................. 430

    Ieda G. Hidalgo

    A VERTICAL TWO-DIMENSIONAL HYDRODYNAMIC MODEL AND ANALYSIS OF HYDRODYNAMIC CHARACTERISTICS FOR THREE GORGES RESERVOIR. ................................................ 438

    Ye Yao

    ANALYSIS OF AVAILABLE WATER DURING DROUGHT BASED ON TOPMODEL - A CASE STUDY ............................................................................................................................................................................... 446

    Meng-Chiu Hung

    AN EXPLORATORY ANALYSIS OF WATER QUALITY IN THE NEPEAN RIVER, AUSTRALIA .................. 457Ataur Rahman

    DETERMINATION OF HOMOGENEOUS REGIONS IN VENEZUELA RAINFALL USING THE METHOD L-MOMENTS AND WARD AGGLOMERATIVE CLUSTER ANALYSIS ............................................ 463

    Freddy La Cruz

    DAM-BREAK FLOOD RISK ASSESSMENT ON LAIYANG CITY .......................................................................... 470Changzhi Li

    APPLICATION OF ENVIRONMENTAL INDICES ON THE PREDICTION OF LANDSLIDE SUSCEPTIBILITY FOR ALISHAN FOREST RAILWAY .......................................................................................... 480

    Chia-Chi Chang

    DISASTER RISK MITIGATION UNDER CHAOTIC CONDITION OF MT. MERAPI DISASTER AS REVEALED BY COMMUNITY-BASED CAPACITY BUILDING ...................................................................... 488

    Suharyanto Suharyanto

    ANALYSIS OF TRENDS AND VARIABILITY IN TIME SERIES OF EXTREME DAILY RAINFALL IN TAPI BASIN, INDIA.............................................................................................................................. 496

    Nishi Bhuvandas

    PERFORMANCE EVALUATION OF CONSTRUCTED WETLAND IN MALAYSIA FOR WATER SECURITY ENHANCEMENT (CASE STUDY: UNIVERSITI SAINS MALAYSIA) .............................................. 505

    Syafiq Shaharuddin

    THE INNOVATIVE STRUCTURE SOLUTION FOR PREVENTING SALT INTRUSION AND RETAINING FRESHWATER IN MEKONG DELTA VIETNAM.............................................................................. 512

    Truong Hong Son

    SEDIMENT DISTRIBUTION PATTERN AT CONVEX CHANNEL BIFURCATION FOR WATER INTAKES ........................................................................................................................................................................... 520

    N. L. Obasi

    STUDY ON HYDRAULIC OSCILLATION IN STEPPED LOW-PRESSURE WATER-SUPPLY SYSTEM WITH SHORT OPEN CHANNEL ................................................................................................................. 528

    Xu Jinchao

    SUSTAINABLE IRRIGATION PRACTICES IN AL-ANDALUS ............................................................................... 539Jos Roldn-Caas

    IDENTIFYING CONTRIBUTION OF PADDY IRRIGATION TO GROUNDWATER RECHARGE: A NUMERICAL EXPERIMENT FOR UNCONFINED AQUIFER OF DOGO PLAIN, EHIME PREFECTURE, JAPAN ................................................................................................................................................... 551

    Masayuki Fujihara

    DAM BREAK GENERATED FLOW BEHAVIOUR IN STORM DRAINS ............................................................... 563Xiangyu Sun

    THE DEVELOPMENT OF WATER MANAGEMENT IN NINGBO, ZHEJIANG, CHINA. .................................. 573Jim Griffiths

    OVERALL LAYOUT AND HYDRAULIC CHARACTERISTICS OF HYDRO-FLOATING SHIP LIFT WITH LIFTING HEIGHT OF 150M.................................................................................................................... 582

    Ya'An Hu

  • CFD AND PBM COUPLED MODEL OF BUBBLE JET IN STAGNANT WATER ................................................. 591Zegao Yin

    APPLICATION OF A CONFORMING PETROV-GALERKIN FINITE ELEMENT SCHEME TO ANALYSIS OF LONGITUDINAL DISPERSION PHENOMENA IN OPEN CHANNEL NETWORKS...................................................................................................................................................................... 598

    Hidekazu Yoshioka

    APPLICATIONS AND DEVELOPMENT OF SOIL EROSION MODELS FOR LESOTHO.................................. 610Liphapang Khaba

    BACTERIA INACTIVATION BY MEANS OF CAVITATION BLASTING EQUIPMENT IN FRESHWATER SYSTEMS ............................................................................................................................................. 621

    Maiara Pereira Assis

    COMPARATIVE WATER QUALITY MODELING ON DANJIANGKOU RESERVOIR...................................... 631Dongdong Shao

    DISTRIBUTED NUMERICAL HYDROLOGICAL AND HYDRODYNAMIC MODELING FOR YANGTZE RIVER BASIN............................................................................................................................................... 639

    Guoxian Huang

    EFFECT OF MEILIANG PUMP STATION COOPERATED WITH WATER TRANSFER ENGINEERING ON MITIGATING EUTROPHICATION IN LAKE TAIHU, CHINA........................................... 651

    Yiping Li

    CUMULATIVE EFFECT ON FISH SPAWNING AREA INFLUENCED BY RIVER FLOW REGIME CHANGE .......................................................................................................................................................... 661

    Ruonan Li

    EFFECT OF A FIXED WEIR ON BENTHIC FAUNAL COMMUNITIES ALONG A MOUNTAIN STREAM ............................................................................................................................................................................ 669

    Kazuhei Nomachi

    DUNE MORPHOLOGY CONTROLS ON REDOX CONDITIONS WITHIN THE HYPORHEIC ZONE.................................................................................................................................................................................. 678

    Daniele Tonina

    EXPERIMENTAL INVESTIGATION OF TEMPORAL LAG EFFECTS ON GRADED SEDIMENT TRANSPORT IN UNSTEADY FLOWS ......................................................................................................................... 687

    Le Wang

    EXPERIMENTAL STUDY AND NUMERICAL SIMULATION OF SCOUR INDUCING EFFECT ON SEEPAGE UNDERNEATH BARRAGES................................................................................................................ 696

    Mohamed Gaafar

    EXPERIMENTAL STUDY ON INITIATION OF MOTION AND BED LOAD TRANSPORT OF UNIMODAL AND BIMODAL SEDIMENTS ................................................................................................................ 708

    Prem Lal Patel

    THE NONLINEAR CUSP-CATASTROPHE MODEL OF INCIPIENT MOTION FOR NON-UNIFORM SEDIMENT ................................................................................................................................................... 718

    Jurui Yang

    EXPERIMENTAL STUDY ON SEDIMENT EROSION AND TRANSPORT DUE TO RAINFALL...................... 724Ram Krishna Regmi

    A NUMERICAL STUDY OF FLOW PAST A TRAIN OF IDENTICAL TWO DIMENSIONAL DUNES IN LONG CHANNEL......................................................................................................................................... 733

    George Constantinescu

    A ROBUST GAUSS-NEWTON ALGORITHM AND ITS APPLICATION TO THE CALIBRATION OF CONCEPTUAL RAINFALL-RUNOFF MODELS ................................................................................................. 743

    Youwei Qin

    APPLICATION OF 3D NUMERICAL MODEL IN BEDLOAD TRANSPORT AND BED MORPHOLOGY OF RIVER CHANNEL CONFLUENCE ......................................................................................... 752

    Zahra Zangeneh Sirdari

    ANALYSIS OF IMPACTS OF DIFFERENT DISCHARGE SCENARIOS ON THE THERMAL REGIME OF THE LOWER DEADWOOD RIVER IN CENTRAL IDAHO, USA.................................................... 763

    Rohan Benjankar

    ANALYSIS OF PARTICLE DIFFUSION DUE TO INTER-PARTICLE COLLISIONS IN BED-LOAD MOTION BY MEANS OF A 3D NUMERICAL MODEL ................................................................................ 772

    Patricio Moreno

    AN EXPERIMENTAL AND NUMERICAL INVESTIGATION OF THE MECHANICAL PROPERTIES OF NATURAL MARINE FLOCS UNDER COMPRESSION............................................................ 779

    Guoping Zhang

  • APPLICATIONS OF FIBER BRAGG GRATING AND WIRELESS NETWORK TECHNOLOGIES IN MONITORING OF RIVER LEVEL.......................................................................................................................... 789

    Bing Han

    AN ANALYSIS OF THE PERFORMANCE OF TRASH SCREENS AT CULVERT INLETS................................ 797Janice Blanc

    ALPINE AIRBORNE HYDROMAPPING ..................................................................................................................... 807Markus Aufleger

    ANALYSIS OF SOLUTE ENTRAPMENT AND DISPERSION IN A MEANDERING CHANNEL, BY DYE TRACING AND IMAGE ACQUISITION TECHNIQUES........................................................................... 814

    Sergio Solis

    AN EXPERIMENTAL STUDY ON BED EVOLUTION AROUND PARTIALLY REMOVED FALLING WORKS........................................................................................................................................................... 821

    Yasunori Muto

    ADCPTOOL: AN OPEN SOURCE ADCP POSTPROCESSING FRAMEWORK.................................................... 831Clemens Dorfmann

    A HYDRAULIC SCALE MODEL FOR THE DESIGN OF A BED-LOAD DEPOSITION BASIN TO CONTROL IMMENSE FLUVIAL SEDIMENT TRANSPORT WITHIN VERY LIMITED SPACE ..................... 839

    Michaela Woerndl

    DOUBLE END DUMP RIVER CLOSURE AT TOCOMA PROJECT ON THE CARONI RIVER, VENEZUELA .................................................................................................................................................................... 850

    Arturo Marcano

    COMPUTATIONAL STUDY OF THE IMPACTS OF PROTECTION MEASURES FOR CENTRAL BARS ON WATERWAY EVOLUTION .................................................................................................... 859

    Jun Yan

    RIVER-CHANNEL STABILIZATION WITH SUBMERGED VANES ..................................................................... 873A. Jacob Odgaard

    EFFECT OF DEPTH VARIATION ON TIDAL DYNAMICS IN THE SCHELDT ESTUARY............................... 881Huayang Cai

    COMPARISON BETWEEN DRAG FORCE ON A HOUSE BEHIND COASTAL FOREST AND IMPULSIVE FORCE BY TSUNAMI-DRIVEN WOODY DEBRIS FROM THE FOREST AT THE GREAT EAST JAPAN EARTHQUAKE ........................................................................................................................ 891

    Norio Tanaka

    CHARACTERISTICS OF THE ENTRAINED AIR BUBBLE CLOUD IN THE SWASH-ZONE ........................... 899Han Jing Dai

    FURTHER IMPROVEMENT OF TIDAL REPRESENTATION IN THE SOUTH CHINA SEA AND THE SOUTHEAST ASIAN WATERS ............................................................................................................................ 909

    Serene Hui Xin Tay

    VOLUME 2

    CLIMATE CHANGE AND CORRESPONDING CHANGES OF WAVE CONDITIONS AT THE GERMAN BALTIC SEA COAST ................................................................................................................................... 920

    Norman Dreier

    EFFECT OF MOORING LINES ON THE MOTION OF THE IMMERGED TUNNEL ELEMENT..................... 930Yongxue Wang

    DETERMINING THE DEPTH OF HARBOUR BED EROSION AND NEAR BED VELOCITIES DOWNSTREAM OF A SHIPS PROPELLER, UNDER THE INFLUENCE OF A RUDDER. ............................... 941

    Donal Ryan

    DISCUSSION OF THE FAILURE MECHANICS OF LEVEES UNDER COMBINED WAVE AND SURGE OVERTOPPING ................................................................................................................................................. 949

    Yi Pan

    HYDRODYNAMIC PERFORAMNCE CHARACTERISTICS OF DOUBLE CHAMBER OSCILLATING WATER COLUMN DEVICE.............................................................................................................. 956

    Sundar Vallam

    ASSESSING WATER SECURITY ISSUES USING SYSTEM DYNAMICS: PRESENT EXAMPLES AND POTENTIAL FOR WIDER DEVELOPMENT .................................................................................................... 965

    Dragan Savic

    COLLECTION-PAYMENT INDICATORS IN WATER UTILITIES AND IRRIGATION DISTRICTS IN MEXICO................................................................................................................................................. 973

    Victor Alcocer-Yamanaka

  • CONCEPT OF SUSTAINABLE GROUNDWATER RESOURCES IN FENG-LIN AREA BY SIMULATING HUA-LIAN RIVER BASIN, TAIWAN................................................................................................. 983

    Chien-Jung Liu

    APPLICATION OF DISTRIBUTED HYDROLOGICAL MODEL IN FLOOD FORECAST OF HUANGLONGTAN RESERVOIR.................................................................................................................................. 994

    Jijie Chen

    APPLICATION OF TWO-DIMENSIONAL NUMERICAL MODEL IN DAM-BREAK INUNDATION STUDY................................................................................................................................................... 1005

    Can-Hua Zhao

    WATER RESOURCES MANAGEMENT IN COLOMBIA BASED ON WATERSHEDS PLANNING ............... 1014Henry Jimenez

    DETECTION OF VEGETATION DAMAGE DUE TO 2008 WENCHUANEARTHQUAKE IN CHINA USING MODIS EVI DATA.............................................................................................................................. 1024

    Liqun Sun

    EXPERIMENTAL OBSERVATIONS OF HEADCUT EROSION DURING EMBANKMENT BREACHING .................................................................................................................................................................. 1032

    Yonghui Zhu

    EXPLORATION OF NEW CRITERION FOR EXTREME HOT WEATHER WARNING IN CHINA.............................................................................................................................................................................. 1044

    Qinglan Li

    HYDRAULIC HAZARD MAPPING IN ALPINE DAM-BREAK PRONE AREAS: THE CANCANO DAM CASE STUDY........................................................................................................................................................ 1052

    Marco Pilotti

    FLOW PROCESS IN THE EMBANKMENT BREACHING ..................................................................................... 1059Gensheng Zhao

    LESSONS ON THE MANAGEMENT OF FLOOD RISK IN COLOMBIA, SOUTH AMERICA ......................... 1067Raquel Duque

    TREATMENT OF METHYLENE BLUE DYE WASTEWATER BY RAPID SORPTION ON MICROCRYSTALLINE CELLULOSE ....................................................................................................................... 1077

    Babak Salamati

    EXPERIMENTAL STUDY ON AIR BUBBLE DIFFUSION IN DEVELOPING REGION OF SELF-AERATED OPEN CHANNEL FLOW WITH PRESSURE OUTLET....................................................................... 1086

    Wangru Wei

    NUMERICAL SIMULATION AND EXPERIMENTAL INVESTIGATION ON HYDRAULIC PERFORMANCE OF STILLING BASIN WITH SHALLOW-WATER CUSHION ............................................... 1095

    Lianxia Li

    IMPACT OF THE NUMBER OF NON-SUBMERGED PILES AND THEIR DISTANCE FROM THE EDGE OF FLOW PATH IN REDUCING THE SCOUR AT BRIDGE ABUTMENT .................................... 1102

    Peyman Modaber Dabbag

    DRAG REDUCTION BY POLYMERS IN TURBULENT PIPE/CHANNEL FLOWS ........................................... 1109Yu Han

    THREE-DIMENSIONAL NUMERICAL STUDY OF AN UNLINED ROCK-BLASTED SAND TRAP ................................................................................................................................................................................ 1120

    Kari Brtveit

    THE USE OF MINI- AND MICRO-MODELS TO SOLVE SOME TYPE OF PROBLEMS.................................. 1127Gabriel Echavez

    IMPACT OF DIFFERENT MARINE RENEWABLE ENERGY SCHEME OPERATING MODES ON THE EUTROPHICATION POTENTIAL OF THE SEVERN ESTUARY, UK ................................................. 1135

    Bettina Bockelmann-Evans

    OPTIMIZATION OF SERIAL LARGE DAMS FOR ELECTRICITY PRODUCTIONS BY USING INTEGER LINEAR PROGRAMMING AT UPPER BRANTAS RIVER, EAST JAVA, INDONESIA ................. 1141

    Nadjadji Anwar

    ELASTICITY MEASUREMENTS FOR SELECTED NORTH EUROPEAN FLOODPLAIN SPECIES .......................................................................................................................................................................... 1149

    Peggy Zinke

    EFFECT OF GROUNDWATER INFLOW ON NITROGEN LEVEL OF RURAL RIVER FLOWING INTO EUTROPHIC LAKE ....................................................................................................................... 1159

    Masayoshi Kitagawa

    EFFECT OF SUBMERGED VEGETATION PATCH ON HYDRODYNAMIC...................................................... 1168Zhengbing Chen

    EFFECT OF FLOW RATE ON APPEARANCE AND ACOUSTICS OF WATERFALLS .................................... 1178Robert Boes

  • DYNAMIC, ONE-DIMENSIONAL WATER QUALITY MODEL FOR GRADUALLY VARIED SUBCRITICAL FLOWS IN GENERAL CHANNEL NETWORKS ......................................................................... 1190

    Dejun Zhu

    EFFECTS OF FISH AQUACULTURE AND FEEDING ON PHYTOPLANKTON AND WATER QUALITY IN PANJIAKOU RESERVOIR ENCLOSURES ...................................................................................... 1197

    Suiliang Huang

    FLOW PAST A CIRCULAR PATCH OF EMERGED VEGETATION ................................................................... 1209George Constantinescu

    HYDRODYNAMIC MODELLING OF THE GIPPSLAND LAKES......................................................................... 1220Yafei Zhu

    EVALUATION OF THE USE OF SURROGATE LAMINARIA DIGITATA IN ECO-HYDRAULIC LABORATORY EXPERIMENTS................................................................................................................................. 1229

    Maike Paul

    FISH HABITAT-RESPONSE TO HYDROPEAKING................................................................................................ 1241Isabel Boavida

    NUMERICAL SIMULATION OF BED-LOAD TRANSPORT IN TURBULENT CHANNEL FLOW ................. 1249John Williams

    VELOCITY PROFILES OF TURBULENT SEDIMENT-LADEN FLOWS IN OPEN-CHANNELS .................... 1260Deyu Zhong

    FULLY DRAWDOWN EXPERIMENTAL INVESTIGATION ON SEDIMENT EROSION THROUGH AN ORIFICE.............................................................................................................................................. 1274

    Shuai Guo

    MECHANICAL ANALYSIS ON RIPPING UP BOTTOM SCOUR OF THE YELLOW RIVER ......................... 1281Yuanfeng Zhang

    FLOW PATTERN AND SUSPENDED SEDIMENT TRANSPORT AROUND SPUR DIKES ALONG CURVED SECTION ....................................................................................................................................................... 1290

    Ryuichi Hirakawa

    ASSESSING THE PREDICTIVE CAPABILITIES OF SEVERAL RANS TURBULENT MODELS FOR FLOW IN CONSECUTIVE REVERSE BENDS ................................................................................................ 1299

    Zhou Jianyin

    COARSE MESH INUNDATION MODELLING ......................................................................................................... 1312Sam Jamieson

    DEVELOPMENT OF DISCHARGE-STAGE CURVES USING ARTIFICIAL NEURAL NETWORKS AND MODEL TREES ............................................................................................................................ 1321

    Vincent Wolfs

    CIRCULATION EXTRACTION AT ARBITRARY CROSS-SECTIONS OF NATURAL RIVERS I: SCHEME AND VALIDATION...................................................................................................................................... 1332

    Dechao Hu

    CIRCULATION EXTRACTION IN ARBITRARY CROSS-SECTIONS OF NATURAL RIVERS II: APPLICATION IN THE THREE GORGES PROJECT ............................................................................................ 1342

    Dechao Hu

    COMPARISON OF 2D DAM-BREAK WAVES WITH VOF AND SPH METHOD ............................................... 1352Mario Oertel

    APPLICATION OF PERIODIC BOUNDARY CONDITION IN OPEN CHANNEL FLOWS WITH HETEROGENEOUS BED CONFIGURATIONS ........................................................................................................ 1359

    Usman Ghani

    DAY AND NIGHT MEASUREMENTS OF SNOW MELT FLOODS BY STIV WITH A FAR INFRARED CAMERA ................................................................................................................................................... 1367

    Ichiro Fujita

    COMPARISON ANALYSIS OF THE HYDRAULIC CHARACTERISTICS BETWEEN TRADITIONAL AND V-TYPE STEPPED SPILLWAYS .......................................................................................... 1375

    Jing Nie

    CHANNEL INCISION MITIGATION DOWNSTREAM OF INTAKE WORKS CASE: HUACHIPA DIVERSION DAM .......................................................................................................................................................... 1382

    Julio Isaac Montenegro Gambini

    EFFECT OF INTERROGATION AREA ON THE ACCURACY OF SURFACE IMAGE VELOCIMETRY............................................................................................................................................................. 1391

    Seojun Kim

    EXPERIMENTAL STUDY ON FLOW CHARACTERISTICS AROUND SINGLE GROYNE WITH DIFFERENT PERMEABILITY IN COMPOUND CHANNEL FLOODPLAIN ...................................................... 1400

    Mona Mostafa

  • EXPERIMENTAL STUDY ON THE ENERGY DISSIPATION RATIO OF STEP-POOL SYSTEM .................. 1412Li Wenzhe

    OPTIMAL CONTROL OF FLOW AND SEDIMENT IN RIVER AND WATERSHED......................................... 1419Yan Ding

    BRIEF REASONS OF THE VARIATIONS IN RUNOFF AND SEDIMENT LOAD OF THE YELLOW RIVER ........................................................................................................................................................... 1432

    Hongling Shi

    LATERAL VARIATION IN WATER LEVEL OF A RIVER WITH A COMPOUND CHANNEL....................... 1445Tomoharu Nakayama

    PREDICTION OF TOTAL SEDIMENT LOAD IN THE RIVER USING THE LATERAL DISTRIBUTION METHOD........................................................................................................................................... 1454

    Seongwook Choi

    NUMERICAL SIMULATION OF SALINITY AND TEMPERATURE DISTRIBUTIONS IN SUMMER UNDER ASSESSMENT OF RUNOFF AND HEAT FLUXES IN THE YATSUSHIRO SEA, JAPAN .................................................................................................................................................................... 1460

    Sha Lou

    NUMERICAL STUDY OF THE PROPAGATION OF NON-BREAKING WAVES OVER STEEP SEABED SLOPES WITH A DOUBLE-SIGMA NON-HYDROSTATIC MODEL .................................................. 1471

    Oleksandr Nesterov

    LOADS ON BED AND BANKS CAUSED BY LEISURE MOTOR BOATS PROGNOSIS AND MEASUREMENT FOR DEEP WATER....................................................................................................................... 1481

    Juergen Stamm

    NUMERICAL SIMULATION OF ACCELERATION-SKEWED OSCILLATORY FLOWS ............................... 1492Pietro Scandura

    LABORATORY EXPERIMENTS FOR RUN-UP HEIGHTS OF SOLITARY WAVES ........................................ 1499Sejong Han

    NUMERICAL SIMULATION OF DIKE EROSION DUE TO OVERTOPPING .................................................... 1505Stella Arnaouti

    NUMERICAL STUDY OF SOLITARY WAVE INTERACTION WITH DOUBLE SUBMERGED BARRIERS ...................................................................................................................................................................... 1516

    Yun-Ta Wu

    NUMERICAL ANALYSIS OF WAVE ATTENUATION CHARACTERISTICS OF FOUR DIFFERENT TYPE PERMEABLE BREAKWATERS .............................................................................................. 1527

    Qin Jiang

    MEASURING WAVE IMPACT ON COASTAL STRUCTURES WITH HIGH SPATIAL AND TEMPORAL RESOLUTION - TACTILE PRESSURE SENSORS A NOVEL APPROACH ................................. 1535

    Stefan Schimmels

    NUMERICAL INVESTIGATION ON EFFECTS OF SEABED GEOMETRY ON WAVE OVERTOPPING OF COSTAL DEFENSE STRUCTURES ....................................................................................... 1551

    Qw Ma

    ESTIMATION OF SNOW WATER EQUIVALENT DISTRIBUTION OUTSIDE FORESTS USING AIRBORNE LASER SCANNING ................................................................................................................................. 1560

    Terumasa Nishihara

    DYNAMIC CHANGE REMOTE SENSING MONITORING AND DRIVING FORCES ANALYSIS OF HULUNLAKE WETLAND...................................................................................................................................... 1570

    Zhiguo Pang

    USING THE WATER EROSION PROJECT MODEL (WEPP) TO SIMULATE RUNOFF AND SEDIMENT YIELD IN THE LOESS PLATEAU OF CHINA ................................................................................... 1578

    Wanli Shi

    COUPLING SATELLITE RAINFALL ESTIMATES AND MACHINE LEARNING TECHNIQUES FOR FLOW FORECAST: APPLICATION TO A LARGE CATCHMENT IN SOUTHERN AFRICA................ 1587

    Jos Matos

    ROLE OF GLOBAL WATER RESOURCE CONSERVATION PROJECTS IN WORLDSUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT................................................................................................................ 1599

    Ji Chen

    NEW CRITERION OF HUMAN STABILITY IN FLOODWATERS BASED ON THEORETICAL AND EXPERIMENTAL STUDIES ............................................................................................................................... 1610

    Junqiang Xia

    SPATIAL-TEMPORAL MODELING OF ANNUAL MAXIMAL 30-DAY ACCUMULATED PRECIPITATION IN THE HUAIHE RIVER BASIN................................................................................................. 1622

    Chi Yang

  • METEOROLOGICAL DROUGHT ANALYSIS IN NORTHERN MEXICO .......................................................... 1630Carlos Escalante

    NUMERICAL PREDICTION OF HEAVY RAINFALL USING WEATHER AND RESEARCH FORECASTING MODEL .............................................................................................................................................. 1642

    Masato Kita

    MODELLING THE VARIABILITY IN RAINFALL EXTREMES A CASE STUDY FOR SYDNEY, AUSTRALIA ................................................................................................................................................. 1649

    Doerte Jakob

    TEST STUDY ON OVERTOPPING BREACHING PROCESS OF EARTH DAM AND PEAK DISCHARGE ................................................................................................................................................................... 1667

    Wengang Duan

    MAJOR DROUGHT EVENTS IN THE WEST RIVER BASIN IN SOUTH CHINA FORTHE PERIOD OF 2002-2010 ................................................................................................................................................... 1674

    Jun Niu

    A STRATEGY FOR THE INTERACTION BETWEEN HYDRAULIC AND NUMERICAL MODELS.......................................................................................................................................................................... 1682

    Angel Menendez

    A SIMPLE MODEL TO EXTEND 1-D HYDRAULICS TO 3-D HYDRAULICS .................................................... 1689Shu-Qing Yang

    AIR-WATER SURFACE ROUGHNESS IN SELF-AERATED STEPPED SPILLWAY FLOWS ......................... 1701Daniel B. Bung

    3D-NUMERICAL REFINEMENTS TO SIMULATE HIGH-HEAD POWER PLANT........................................... 1709Roman Gabl

    3D NUMERICAL SIMULATION OF FLOW OVER A PIANO KEY WEIR .......................................................... 1717Guodong Li

    EXPERIMENTAL AND NUMERICAL STUDY ON HYDRODYNAMICS OF RIPARIAN VEGETATION ................................................................................................................................................................ 1726

    Takuya Uotani

    EXPERIMENTAL STUDY OF WAVE-INDUCED DRIFT OF SURFACE INEXTENSIBLE FILM IN SHALLOW WATERS ............................................................................................................................................... 1737

    Guoxing Huang

    EVALUATION OF PREDICTING VELOCITY PROFILE IN OPEN CHANNEL FLOWS WITH SUBMERGED RIGID VEGETATION ......................................................................................................................... 1744

    Xiaonan Tang

    HYDROLOGIC RESPONSE OF MEDIUM WATERSHED USING A FULLY COUPLED SURFACE-SUBSURFACE HYDROLOGIC MODEL IN THE ARID REGION OF THE WESTERN UNITED STATES ........................................................................................................................................................... 1756

    Kumud Acharya

    MACROINVERTEBRATES INVESTIGATION AND PRELIMINARY STUDY OF WATER QUALITY ASSESSMENT OF BEIJING URBAN RIVERS....................................................................................... 1763

    Wang Ying

    MONITORING THE SPATIOTEMPORAL CHANGES OF THE HYPORHEIC ZONE: CHANGES IN FLUXES, THERMAL REGIME AND STREAMBED SURFACE ELEVATION .............................................. 1769

    Daniele Tonina

    AERATION STRATEGY TO MINIMIZE DEOXYGENATION IN RESERVOIR METALIMNION ................. 1777Kohji Michioku

    ON THE WAY TO IMPLEMENT BIOFILM INDUCED SEDIMENT STABILITY IN MORPHOLOGICAL MODELING............................................................................................................................... 1789

    Moritz Thom

    SEDIMENT RE-SUSPENSION DUE TO PROPELLER WASH ............................................................................... 1798Yee-Meng Chiew

    ON MULTI-SCALE DYNAMICS OF BED LOAD TRANSPORT: AN APPROACH BASED ON STATISTICAL MECHANICS....................................................................................................................................... 1808

    Niannian Fan

    WALL-WAKE FLOWS DOWNSTREAM OF A SPHERICAL PARTICLE PLACED ON A GRAVEL BED ................................................................................................................................................................. 1816

    Subhasish Dey

  • VOLUME 3

    SEDIMENT CONTROL AT LARGE CANAL DIVERSIONS................................................................................... 1826Jaime Ivan Ordonez

    SEDIMENT TRANSPORTATION AROUND A SLIT SABO DAM ......................................................................... 1838Yohei Kato

    EROSION OF AN ARTIFICIAL GRAVEL BAR IN THE RHINE RIVER: COMPARISON OF 1-D AND 2-D MODELLING ................................................................................................................................................. 1850

    Andr Paquier

    EVALUATION OF DIFFERENT ALTERNATIVES FOR THE MANAGEMENT OF A SEMIARID BASIN IN THE NORTHEAST OF BRAZIL................................................................................................................ 1860

    Vajapeyam Srinivasan

    ESTUARY SEDIMENTATION CONTROL USING A TIDAL RESERVOIR......................................................... 1872Yoshiya Ogawa

    EXAMINATION OF ENTRANCE LENGTH IN OPEN CHANNELS BY CFD MODELLING ............................ 1882Usman Ghani

    SENSITIVITY ANALYSES OF SIMULATING THE FLOW FIELD IN THE IFFEZHEIM RESERVOIR IN GERMANY WITH THE SSIIM MODEL....................................................................................... 1889

    Qing Zhang

    EFFECTS OF CONTRACTION LENGTH ON ABUTMENT SCOUR .................................................................... 1898Xiaozhou Xiong

    EFFECT OF PIPELINE ORIENTATION OF SCOUR MECHANISM IN UNIDIRECTIONAL STEADY FLOW.............................................................................................................................................................. 1908

    Mohd Azlan Mohd Yusoff

    EVALUATION OF THE ENERGY DISSIPATION FROM TOMOGRAPHIC PIV MEASUREMENTS IN AN OPEN CHANNEL FLOW BEHIND REGULAR GRIDS ............................................ 1914

    Thomas Earl

    ESTIMATING UNCERTAINTY OF DISCHARGE MEASUREMENTS WITH ADCP......................................... 1922Hao-Che Ho

    SOME ADVICE ON CHINESE MAIN RIVER MOUTH MANAGEMENT ............................................................ 1930Yan Li

    TIME DEPENDENT FAILURE ANALYSIS OF COMPRESSED RIPRAP AS RIVERBANK PROTECTION ................................................................................................................................................................ 1935

    Mario Franca

    USE OF DOUBLE TWIST WIRE GABIONS IN CHINESE RIVER TRAINING WORKS: EXPERIENCES AND FEEDBACKS ............................................................................................................................ 1944

    Marco Vicari

    THE AFTERMATH OF ROOM FOR THE RIVER AND RESTORATION WORKS: HOW TO COPE WITH EXCESSIVE MAINTENANCE DREDGING ? ................................................................................... 1954

    Hendrik Havinga

    THE MOST EFFECTIVE FACTORS RESPONSIBLE FOR INCREASE IN THE VEGETATION COVERAGE OF RIVER CHANNELS ......................................................................................................................... 1966

    Takashi Asaeda

    SALINITY AND TEMPERATURE VARIATIONS IN A TIDAL CHANNEL NEAR THE HANGZHOU BAY .......................................................................................................................................................... 1973

    Zhiguo He

    PROBABILISTIC ANALYSIS OF SAND TRANSPORT BEHAVIOR AT THE FRISIAN INLET (NL) UNDER STORM EVENTS ................................................................................................................................... 1982

    Lixia Niu

    REFLECTION OF WAVES OVER VARIOUS SHEAR CURRENTS AND TRENCHES...................................... 1992Jun-Whan Lee

    QUANTITATIVE ANALYSIS ON THE DAMAGE OF RIVER EMBANKMENT AND HINTERLAND ALONG THE ABUKUMAGAWA RIVER AT THE GREAT EAST JAPAN EARTHQUAKE TSUNAMI........................................................................................................................................... 2000

    Masayuki Sato

    THE IMPORTANCE OF THE WIND-DRIVEN CIRCULATION IN THE TIDALLY-DRIVEN MALACCA STRAIT....................................................................................................................................................... 2008

    Haoliang Chen

  • TURBULENCE MODEL EFFECTS ON VOF ANALYSIS OF BREAKWATER OVERTOPPING DURING THE 2011 GREAT EAST JAPAN TSUNAMI............................................................................................. 2018

    Jeremy Bricker

    FORESIGHT STUDY ON THE PHYSICAL MODELLING OF WAVE AND ICE LOADS ON MARINE STRUCTURES ............................................................................................................................................... 2028

    James Sutherland

    MEASUREMENT OF WAVE REFLECTION IN COMBINED CAISSONS WITH INTERNAL RUBBLE MOUND .......................................................................................................................................................... 2038

    Carla Faraci

    SIMULATION OF TERRESTRIAL HYDROLOGICAL PROCESSES OF FIVE MAJORRIVERS IN THE WORLD USING VARIABLE INFILTRATION CAPACITY MODEL ..................................................... 2045

    Keyi Wang

    THE ASSESSMENT OF CLIMATE CHANGE IMPACT ON IDF CURVES: CASE STUDY FOR TEHRAN CITY (IRAN) ................................................................................................................................................. 2055

    Farhad Yazdandoost

    THE INVESTIGATION AND ANALYSIS OF GEOLOGICAL DISASTERS OF SMALL EARTHQUAKE-DAMAGED RESERVOIRS IN SICHUAN PROVINCE AND THE STUDY ON THE EMERGENCY COUNTERMEASURES............................................................................................................. 2061

    Zhengchun Yang

    USING THE CONCEPT OF AREAL REDUCTION FACTORS TO ESTIMATE CLIMATE CHANGE IMPACTS ON EXTREME RAINFALLS................................................................................................... 2069

    Fiona Johnson

    ASSESSING THE HYDROLOGICAL BEHAVIOR OF GREEN ROOFS FOR STORMWATER MANAGEMENT ............................................................................................................................................................. 2078

    Ting Fong May Chui

    WINTERTIME ABNORMAL STORM WAVES IN THE EAST SEA: ESTIMATION OF EXTREME STORM WAVES IN THE TOYAMA BAY ............................................................................................. 2087

    Han Soo Lee

    DESIGN OF MODEL FRANCIS TURBINE RUNNER FOR PERFORMANCE TEST AGAINST SEDIMENT EROSION................................................................................................................................................... 2097

    Krishna Prasad Shrestha

    CHARACTERIZATION OF THE HYDRAULIC PERFORMANCES OF PERFORATED PLATES .................. 2106Alessandro Pagano

    CASE STUDY: EXPERIMENTS ON FLOW IN A T-JUNCTION CHAMBER ...................................................... 2114Xinlei Guo

    DEPTH-AVERAGED FLOW MODELING IN CURVILINEAR COORDINATES ................................................ 2121S. Erpicum

    DROP LENGTH AT VERTICAL DROPS ................................................................................................................... 2130Robert Janssen

    HYDRAULIC STRUCTURES AS A MEAN FOR LOWERING PRESSURE RATING OF PIPING AND EQUIPMENT FOR A ONCE-THROUGH COOLING WATER SYSTEM .................................................... 2138

    Mahmood Naghash

    STANDARDIZATION OF SWIRL METER INSTRUMENTATION USED FOR PHYSICAL MODEL STUDY OF PUMP INTAKE STRUCTURES............................................................................................... 2146

    Mahmood Naghash

    IMPROVING HYDRAULIC PERFORMANCE OF SEDIMENT RETENTION PONDS USING AN ALTERNATIVE INLET AND OUTLET DESIGN...................................................................................................... 2152

    Arash Farjood

    EXPERIMENTAL STUDY ON SOIL EROSION AND POLLUTANT TRANSPORT DURING RAINFALL-RUNOFF PROCESSES ............................................................................................................................ 2161

    Haoxuan Weng

    IDDES MODELING OF TURBULENT DENSITY CURRENTS .............................................................................. 2173Jun Lu

    FLOW FIELD ANALYSIS IN A RESERVOIR EQUIPPED WITH DESTRATIFICATION SYSTEMS ........................................................................................................................................................................ 2183

    Takayuki Horii

    IMPACT OF TREE SCALE ON DRAG: EXPERIMENTS IN A TOWING TANK ................................................ 2189Juha Jrvel

    POLLUTION OF RIVER ICE AND PROLONGED ECOLOGICAL RISK ............................................................ 2201Liubov Kondratyeva

  • NUMERICAL SIMULATION OF FISH-FRIENDLY ANGLED TRASHRACKS AT MODEL AND REAL SCALE.................................................................................................................................................................. 2208

    Sylvain Raynal

    PRIORITIZATION FOR ECOLOGICAL VALUE OF GREEN CHANNELS IN HONG KONG......................... 2218Julia Wing-Yin Chan

    OPTIMAL ECOHYDRAULIC DESIGN OF FISH HABITAT IN CANAL UNDER AMBIGUITY IN PREFERENCE CURVE ................................................................................................................................................. 2235

    Shigeya Maeda

    A FIELD EXPERIMENT AND WATER QUALITY MODELING ON NITRIFICATION OF WASTE LANDFILL LEACHATE BY USING MICRO-BUBBLE AERATION ..................................................... 2243

    Kohsuke Inoue

    APPLICATION OF ACOUSTIC SIGNALS TO INVESTIGATE MACROPHYTE GROWTH AND BOTTOM SEDIMENT STABILITY AFTER CARP REMOVAL IN A SMALL LAKE ........................................ 2253

    Ying-Tien Lin

    ECOLOGICAL CAPABILITY CLASSIFICATION IN HESARAK WATERSHED BY USING MULTI CRITERIA EVALUATION METHOD AND GIS FOR AFFORESTATION ............................................ 2263

    Rozita Zare

    A WEAP MODEL FOR WATER RESOURCE AND ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT IN MOYANG RIVER BASIN, CHINA............................................................................................................................... 2269

    Luan-Hui Xiao

    ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT STRATEGY FOR IMPROVING ECOLOGICAL STATUS OF SEE PORTS............................................................................................................................................................... 2276

    Jordan Marinski

    SIMULTANEOUS MEASUREMENTS OF TURBULENT VELOCITY AND SEDIMENT MOTION UNDER TIDAL BORES ................................................................................................................................................. 2284

    Hubert Chanson

    STABILITY OF BED MATERIAL ON CROSS-BAR BLOCK RAMPS .................................................................. 2294Mario Oertel

    WHY CANNOT SEDIMENT TRANSPORT BE ACCURATELY PREDICTED .................................................... 2301Shu-Qing Yang

    SETTLING VELOCITY AND FRACTALITY OF EXOPOLYMER-BEARING COHESIVE SEDIMENTS IN FRESH AND SALT WATERS ......................................................................................................... 2311

    Xiaoling Tan

    TEMPORAL VARIATION OF SCOUR HOLE AROUND SPILL THROUGH BRIDGE ABUTMENTS .................................................................................................................................................................. 2325

    Mete Koken

    SUCTION EFFECTS ON FLOW BEHAVIOR AND SEDIMENT TRANSPORT IN CLOSED-CONDUIT FLOW ........................................................................................................................................................... 2335

    Deping Cao

    INVESTIGATION ON THE CHARACTERISTICS OF TURBULENT FLOW IN A MEANDERING OPEN CHANNEL BEND USING LARGE EDDY SIMULATION............................................................................ 2344

    Dong Xu

    HYDRODYNAMIC ONE-DIMENSIONAL MODELLING OF LARGE RIVERS OF THE AMAZON BASIN............................................................................................................................................................ 2352

    Eduardo Chvarri

    HYDROLOGICAL EFFECTS OF VEGETATION RESTORATION BASED ON SWAT MODEL ..................... 2367Zhongxi Xia

    FLOW AND TURBULENCE STRUCTURE AROUND AN IN-STREAM RECTANGULAR CYLINDER WITH SCOUR HOLE .............................................................................................................................. 2374

    Gokhan Kirkil

    IMPACT OF SECONDARY FLOW ON DEPTH-AVERAGED FLOW VELOCITY IN VEGETATED OPEN CHANNELS ............................................................................................................................... 2383

    Jungsun Oh

    EXPERIMENTAL CHARACTERIZATION OF THE TKE BUDGET IN FLOWS WITH EMERGENT VEGETATION ........................................................................................................................................ 2390

    Rui M. L. Ferreira

    EXPERIMENTAL STUDY OF FLOW OVER A TETRAHEDRON PENETRATING FRAME WITH PIV ........................................................................................................................................................................ 2402

    Zhonghua Yang

    EXPERIMENTAL INVESTIGATION OF THE EROSION OF A SAND DIKE BY OVERTOPPING ................ 2415Sylvie Van Emelen

  • ON THE USE OF CLOSE-RANGE DIGITAL STEREO-PHOTOGRAMMETRY TO MEASURE GRAVEL-BED TOPOGRAPHY IN A LABORATORY ENVIRONMENT ............................................................. 2424

    Stephane Bertin

    SOLITARY IMPULSE WAVE RUN-UP CHARACTERISTICS .............................................................................. 2436Helge Fuchs

    THE IMPACT OF SUBMERGED VEGETATION (POTAMOGETON MALAIANU) ON FLOW STRUCTURES: A FLUME STUDY.............................................................................................................................. 2444

    Di Wu

    SPATIO-TEMPORAL VARIATIONS OF TURBULENT ENERGY DISSIPATION RATE DURING STRATIFICATION PERIOD IN ARIAKE BAY, JAPAN.......................................................................................... 2452

    Akira Tai

    SCALE MODEL OF OVERTOPPING OF WAVES PROPAGATING LATERALLY TO A STRUCTURE .................................................................................................................................................................. 2460

    Elodie Gagnaire-Renou

    ANALYSIS ON SALINITY INTRUSION IN PEARL RIVER ESTUARY ............................................................... 2468Jiaquan Deng

    APPLICATION OF 3D DETERMINISTIC MODEL ON MARINE BEACH WATER QUALITY MANAGEMENT IN HONG KONG.............................................................................................................................. 2476

    Shu Ning Chan

    EXPERIMENTAL RESEARCH ON ELECTROLYTIC EFFECTS OF FINE SEDIMENT FLOCCULATION........................................................................................................................................................... 2484

    Jingjing Zhou

    A MOMENTUM INTEGRAL MODEL FOR VERTICAL JET IN WAVY ENVIRONMENT .............................. 2491Yongping Chen

    AN INPUT-OUTPUT APPROACH TO LINKING ECOSYSTEMS TO WATER QUALITY EFFECTS OF TIDAL POWER SCHEMES ................................................................................................................. 2499

    Eva Fenrich

    A NUMERICAL STUDY ON PASSIVE WATER PARTICLE TRANSPORT IN ZHOUSHUI ESTUARY, TAIWAN ..................................................................................................................................................... 2507

    Ting-Chieh Lin

    EVALUATION OF RELATIONSHIPS BETWEEN PRECIPITATION AND SNOW DEPTH, ELEVATION ................................................................................................................................................................... 2521

    Shuya Kikuchi

    E-WATER SOURCE. AUSTRALIAS NATIONAL HYDROLOGIC MODELLING PLATFORM ..................... 2527Robert Carr

    EVALUATION OF BASIN TENDENCY ON FLOOD AND DROUGHT OCCURRENCE IN THE YANGTZE RIVER BASIN, CHINA ............................................................................................................................. 2536

    Jun Niu

    GROUNDWATER CONTAMINATION ASSESSMENT INVOLVING FIELD SAMPLING AND GIS SOFTWARE ............................................................................................................................................................ 2545

    Kumars Ebrahimi

    IDENTIFICATION OF SUITABLE PREDICTOR VARIABLES FOR WATER DEMAND FORECASTING MODEL BY PRINCIPAL COMPONENT ANALYSIS: AN APPLICATION TO THE BLUE MOUNTAINS IN NSW, AUSTRALIA..................................................................................................... 2551

    Ataur Rahman

    BIVARIATE STREAMFLOW FREQUENCY ANALYSIS USING THE ENTROPIC COPULA ......................... 2560Lan Zhang

    A HYPERBOLIC PARTIAL DIFFERENTIAL EQUATION MODEL FOR SOLUTE TRANSPORT PHENOMENA IN TURBULENT FLOWS................................................................................................................... 2571

    Hidekazu Yoshioka

    3D-MODELING OF THE EFFECTS OF AN IRRIGATION/DRAINAGE NETWORK ON GROUNDWATER TABLE FLUCTUATIONS IN THE MIANDARBAND PLAIN, IRAN .................................... 2583

    Mohamad Zare

    EFFECTS OF TEMPERATURE ON ALGAL GROWTH AND TRANSPORT ...................................................... 2596Yang Zhang

    NUMERICAL STUDY ON SEASONAL STRATIFIED FLOW AND SEDIMENT TRANSPORT IN JOUMINE RESERVOIR, TUNISIA ............................................................................................................................. 2605

    Mingyang Wang

    STUDY ON CHARACTERISTICS OF RUNOFF AT DATONG BASED ON MORLET WAVELET TRANSFORM METHOD .............................................................................................................................................. 2612

    Cuiping Kuang

  • AN APPROACH TO A BIVARIATE DISTRIBUTION FUNCTION BY MEANS OF GENETIC PROGRAMMING ........................................................................................................................................................... 2620

    Margarita Preciado

    EARLY WARNING OF GLACIAL LAKE OUTBURST FLOODS AND CLIMATE CHANGE MONITORING, YARKANT RIVER, P.R. CHINA..................................................................................................... 2627

    Andreas Goetz

    COMPARISON OF THE IMPACT OF UP- VERSUS DOWNSTREAM STORAGE ON A SEWER-RIVER SYSTEM: A QUANTITATIVE CASE STUDY .............................................................................................. 2634

    Vincent Wolfs

    DOES A KUZNETS CURVE APPLY TO FLOOD FATALITY? .............................................................................. 2644Guangwei Huang

    DESIGN FOR RIVER LEVEE WITH INCREASED RESISTANCE AGAINST OVERFLOW EROSION......................................................................................................................................................................... 2653

    Yuki Kurakami

    FLOOD HAZARD ASSESSMENT OF VEHICLE BLOCKAGES AT BRIDGES................................................... 2661Binliang Lin

    EXPERIMENTAL AND COMPUTATIONAL INVESTIGATION OF VORTEX FORMATION IN A VERTICAL INTAKE STRUCTURE ............................................................................................................................ 2669

    Ismail Aydin

    EROSIVE AND HYDRODYNAMIC PROCESSES ANALYSIS DOWNSTREAM OF LOW-HEAD ROCK MADE CONTROL STRUCTURES ................................................................................................................. 2678

    Stefano Pagliara

    EXPERIMENTAL AND NUMERICAL INVESTIGATIONS REGARDING THE HYDRAULIC PERFORMANCE OF UNDERGROUND PUMP STORAGE RESERVOIRS ......................................................... 2685

    Elena Pummer

    EXPERIMENTAL INVESTIGATION ON STABLE SLOPE ANGLE OF GRANULAR PACKS AFFECTED BY MOISTURE CONTENT .................................................................................................................... 2692

    Shan Chen

    EXPERIMENTAL RESULTS OF FLOW ENERGY DISSIPATIONS ON SMOOTH AND STEPPED SPILLWAY...................................................................................................................................................................... 2699

    Ciro Menendez

    HYDRODYNAMIC INFLUENCE OF VEGETATED FLOODPLAIN MORPHOLOGY ON DRAG FORCE MOMENT ACTING ON TREES.................................................................................................................... 2708

    Mai Taniguchi

    INTEGRATED WATER MANAGEMENT SOLUTIONS FROM CLOUD TO COAST: APPLICATION TO RIBBLE BASIN............................................................................................................................ 2723

    Brian Boye

    LARGE-SCALE MASS TRANSPORT IN THE AUSTRAL FJORDS AND CHANNELS OF CHILE.................. 2735Carolina Meruane

    VOLUME 4

    INFLUENCE OF THE RIVER BED STRATIFICATION ON SCOUR AT STRUCTURES FOUNDATION ................................................................................................................................................................ 2745

    Elena Govsha

    MODELING OF ALGAE DYNAMICS IN THE MEILIANG BAY OF TAIHU LAKE AND LOCAL SENSITIVITY ANALYSIS OF MODEL PARAMETERS ......................................................................................... 2754

    Zhijie Li

    LARGE EDDY SIMULATION OF A TURBULENT JET IN WAVE AND CURRENT ENVIRONMENT ............................................................................................................................................................ 2762

    Zhenshan Xu

    LAGRANGIAN PARTICLE TRACKING TECHNIQUE FOR ANALYSIS OF 2D MIXING IN NATURAL STREAMS ................................................................................................................................................... 2771

    Inhwan Park

    SIMULATION OF FISH LOCOMOTION AND ENERGY EXPENDING............................................................... 2780Weiwei Yao

    RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN AQUATIC INSECTS HABITATS AND ENVIRONMENTAL FACTORS USING HYDROLOGICAL SIMULATION MODEL ............................................................................. 2791

    Akihiko Takase

  • SOIL AND WATER CONSERVATION IMPACTS STUDY BY BIOPHYSICALLY BASED ECO-HYDROLOGICAL MODEL IN THE JINGHE RIVER BASIN, CHINA ................................................................. 2798

    Hui Peng

    SKEWNESS OF TRAVEL TIME DISTRIBUTION.................................................................................................... 2808Joo-Cheol Kim

    PROJECTING THE IMPACT OF CLIMATIC CHANGE ON COLDWATER FISH HABITAT IN LAKE JINGPO (NORTHEAST CHINA) ..................................................................................................................... 2817

    Zhongshun Li

    SELF STEERING DYNAMIC PROCESSES AND RELOCATING CAPACITY OF THE RIVER SCHWECHAT................................................................................................................................................................. 2825

    Julia Kraml

    HUAIHE WATER ENVIRONMENT EARLY WARNING AND MANAGEMENT SYSTEM BASED ON WEBGIS&RIA ......................................................................................................................................................... 2831

    Chen Liangang

    EXPLORING CHANGES IN NITRATE CONTAMINATION IN THE COASTAL AND HAYTERE ZONE AQUIFERS WELLINGTON, NEW ZEALAND.............................................................................................. 2840

    Gregory De Costa

    FRESHWATER DISCHARGE TO SALT LAKE AND ITS IMPLICATIONS FOR FRESHWATER MANAGEMENT AT ROTTNEST ISLAND, WESTERN AUSTRALIA .................................................................. 2850

    A. H. M. Faisal Anwar

    EVALUATION OF AIR BIOMASS CARBON SEQUESTRATION USING ALUMETRIC EQUATIONS IN PARDISAN PARK IN TEHRAN ..................................................................................................... 2860

    Mahmod Fathi

    EXPERIMENTAL AND NUMERICAL INVESTIGATION OF STEADY AND UNSTEADY FLOWS IN ROUGHENED CHANNELS WITH CROSS BEAMS ........................................................................................... 2869

    Christoph Gogolin

    EFFECTS OF SEDIMENT MAIN COMPOSITIONS ON PARTICLE SURFACE PROPERTIES AND PHOSPHORUS ADSORPTION........................................................................................................................... 2879

    Xiaolian Zhu

    EXPERIMENTAL STUDY ON STATIC BED ARMORING PROCESS.................................................................. 2885Dong Chen

    ON THE RELATION BETWEEN BED FRICTION AND SEDIMENT TRANSPORT IN THE UPPER PLANE BED REGIME..................................................................................................................................... 2893

    Vaclav Matousek

    TEMPORAL EVOLUTION OF BEDLOAD IN A STEEP CHANNEL OVER A LONG DURATION EXPERIMENT ................................................................................................................................................................ 2900

    Tamara Ghilardi

    INFLUENCE OF EXOPOLYMER CONCENTRATION AND HYDRADYNAMIC FORCING ON THE SIZE DISTRIBUTION OF CA-MONTMORILLONITE FLOCS .................................................................... 2907

    Guoping Zhang

    MODELLING AND UNDERSTANDING MULTIPLE ROLES OF SEDIMENT TRANSPORT IN FLOODS........................................................................................................................................................................... 2916

    Mingfu Guan

    MODELING OF INCISION OF BEDROCK RIVERS SUBJECT TO TEMPORALLY VARYING SEDIMENT SUPPLY ..................................................................................................................................................... 2925

    Li Zhang

    METHOD OF PROGNOSTICATION OF DISTRIBUTION OF RADIO-ACTIVE CONTAMINATIONS IN SURFACE WATER ............................................................................................................ 2936

    Vladimir Sizonenko

    MODELLING HYDRODYNAMIC AND SEDIMENTATION PROCESSES IN LARGE LOWLAND RIVERS: AN APPLICATION TO THE PARAN RIVER (ARGENTINA) ............................................................ 2949

    Jos F. Rodrguez

    NEAR WALL TREATMENT FOR SUSPENDED SEDIMENT IN BOUNDARY-LAYER RESOLVING NUMERICAL MODELS ....................................................................................................................... 2959

    Xiaofeng Liu

    EXPERIMENTAL STUDY ON FLOW PARTITIONING BASED ON TURBULENCE SHEAR STRESS ............................................................................................................................................................................ 2970

    Yu Han

    FLOW STRUCTURES AND LOCAL SCOUR AROUND SUBMERGED BOX GROYNE WITH AN UPSTREAM LONGITUDINAL BLOCK ..................................................................................................................... 2982

    Feng Cai

  • EXPERIMENTAL STUDY OF PLANAR FLOW FIELD IN VEGETATED OPEN CHANNEL FLOW USING PIV TECHNIQUE ................................................................................................................................ 2994

    Kuifeng Zhao

    FLOW FIELD CHARACTERISTICS OF IN-GROUND STILLING BASIN DOWNSTREAM OF FLOOD MITIGATION DAM ........................................................................................................................................ 3000

    M. E. Meshkati Shahmirzadi

    FLOW AND SEDIMENT TRANSPORT THROUGHT BOTTOM RACKS. CFD APPLICATION AND VERIFICATION WITH EXPERIMENTAL MEASUREMENTS.................................................................... 3011

    Luis Castillo

    EXPERIMENTAL STUDY OF TURBULENT FLOWS IN AN OPEN CHANNEL WITH DIFFERENT VEGETATION PATCHES..................................................................................................................... 3021

    Katsuma Matsubara

    TURBULENT FLOW WITHIN A RANDOM ARRAY OF RIGID, EMERGENT STEMS: LABORATORY CHARACTERIZATION OF THE DRAG COEFFICIENT .......................................................... 3030

    Ana Margarida Ricardo

    ANALYSIS ON RESIDUAL CURRENTS AT THE MODAOMEN ESTUARY AND NEARBY COASTAL AREA............................................................................................................................................................ 3040

    Zhiwei Zhang

    A TWO-DIMENSIONAL NON-HYDROSTATIC FINITE ELEMENT MODEL FOR WAVE PROPAGATION ............................................................................................................................................................. 3055

    Yafei Jia

    WAVE BREAKING SIMULATION BY A BOUSSINESQ MODEL IN TWO HORIZONTAL DIMENSIONS ................................................................................................................................................................. 3071

    Efstratios Fonias

    FURTHER RESEARCH ON THE TIDAL WAVE SYSTEM IN THE SOUTHERN YELLOW SEA ................... 3082Min Su

    ON THE FORMATION OF RADIAL TIDAL CURRENT OFF THE CENTRAL JIANGSU COAST ................. 3093Peng Yao

    SHOALING OF NONLINEAR SURFACE WATER WAVES ON DEPTH UNIFORM CURRENT..................... 3104Zhao Hongjun

    SKILL ASSESSMENT FOR THE DEPTH-AVERAGED UNSTRUCTURED-GRID SOUTH CHINA SEA MODEL ................................................................................................................................................................... 3115

    Varjola Nelko

    MIXING CHARACTERISTICS OF INCLINED SWIRLING DENSE JETS........................................................... 3124Baoxin Jiang

    OPTIMAL DESIGN OF MULTIPORT DIFFUSER USING GENETIC ALGORITHM ........................................ 3130Chia-Ren Chu

    NUMERICAL STUDY ON MIXING CHARACTERISTICS OF HEATED WATER DISCHARGED FROM SIDE OUTFALL WITH A CROSS FLOW ..................................................................................................... 3137

    Jianfeng Tao

    NUMERICAL STUDY ON THE WATERS EXCHANGE PROPERTIES IN BOHAI SEA .................................. 3145Yuanyi Li

    EXPERIMENTAL STUDY ON A VERTICAL JET IN A WAVE AND CURRENT CO-EXISTING ENVIRONMENT ............................................................................................................................................................ 3152

    Yana Wang

    INTEGRATED WATER RESOURCES MANAGEMENT (IWRM) IN ARID AND SEMI-ARID REGIONS; CASE OF KASHAN, IRAN ....................................................................................................................... 3158

    Farhad Yazdandoost

    MODEL OF INORGANIC NITROGEN AND PHOSPHORUS WASH-OFF FROM SOIL SURFACE ............... 3167Qingyao Yu

    INFLUENCE OF THREE-GORGE-DAM ON DOWNSTREAM ECOSYSTEM AND COUNTER-MEASURES ..................................................................................................................................................................... 3175

    Shu-Qing Yang

    KEY ISSUES AND COUNTER-MEASURES FOR INTEGRATED WATER RESOURCES MANAGEMENT IN THE YELLOW RIVER BASIN................................................................................................. 3186

    Yangwen Jia

    MODELING SURFACE AND GROUNDWATER INTERACTION IN RINCON VALLEY, NEW MEXICO USING RIVERWARE GROUNDWATER OBJECTS .............................................................................. 3194

    Shalamu Abudu

    URBAN WATER PRICING IN THESSALONIKI: PROVIDING INCENTIVES FOR WATER PROTECTION AND CONSERVATION...................................................................................................................... 3206

    Elpida Kolokytha

  • EVALUATE THE EFFECTS OF WIND AND EVAPORATION ON NATURAL FLOW ESTIMATION ................................................................................................................................................................. 3216

    Ana Hosseinpour

    EXPRESSING FLOOD SEVERITY OF THE HAOR REGION OF BANGLADESH USING FLOOD INDEX .............................................................................................................................................................................. 3228

    Biswa Bhattacharya

    DETERMINATION OF THE COEFFICIENT OF PERMEABILITY BY PHYSICAL MODEL TEST AND NUMERICAL MODELLING ................................................................................................................... 3236

    Gyngyi Karay

    THE BIEBRZA RIVER FLOW MODEL WITH DATA ASSIMILATION .............................................................. 3247Dorota Miroslaw-Swiatek

    STREAM TEMPERATURE CONTROL BY SURFACE-SUBSURFACE WATER INTERACTION IN THE TAMA RIVER, JAPAN ................................................................................................................................... 3256

    Zhuohang Xin

    WEATHER-CAUSED VERTICAL MIGRATION OF RADIOACTIVE NUCLIDES IN UNSATURATED SOILS ................................................................................................................................................ 3266

    Satoshi Imamura

    AN ANALYSIS OF MLR AND NLP FOR USE IN RIVER FLOOD ROUTING AND COMPARISON WITH THE MUSKINGUM METHOD ........................................................................................................................ 3274

    Mohammad Zare

    ESTABLISHING THE URBS HYDROLOGICAL MODELS FOR FLOOD FORECASTING AND WARNING SERVICES FOR NEW SOUTH WALES ................................................................................................ 3285

    Doerte Jakob

    ESTIMATION OF FLOOD HAZARD RISK RELATING TO VEHICLES ............................................................. 3297Fang Yenn Teo

    EFFECTS OF CLIMATE CHANGE ON DESIGN DISCHARGES .......................................................................... 3305Joyce Bello

    EMPIRICALLY MODELING RADAR QUANTITATIVE PRECIPITATION ESTIMATION UNCERTAINTY FOR AN C-BAND RADAR IN THE UNITED KINGDOM.......................................................... 3314

    Qiang Dai

    EFFECTS OF A LINKING ELEMENT GULLY DROP MANHOLE IN A REAL-SCALE SYSTEM........................................................................................................................................................................... 3321

    Rita Carvalho

    EFFECTS OF GRAVITY WAVES ON SHEAR INSTABILITY IN COMPOUND CHANNELS .......................... 3330Man Yue Lam

    INTRODUCTION THE ORIGINAL REASON OF CHANNEL VORTEX BASED ON THE CAVITATION MODEL ................................................................................................................................................. 3340

    Demin Liu

    FLOW RESISTANCE IN AN OPEN CHANNEL WITH PERIODIC TWO- AND TREE-DIMENSIONAL SQUARE RIBS .................................................................................................................................. 3354

    Terunori Ohmoto

    FLOW IN GATE SLOT OF BOTTOM OUTLET ....................................................................................................... 3363Amir Khosrojerdi

    IMPROVEMENT OF AN INTAKE STRUCTURE: SCALE MODEL INVESTIGATION AND NUMERICAL CALCULATIONS OF A TYROLEAN WEIR.................................................................................... 3373

    Christoph Matzke

    HYDRAULIC PERFORMANCE NUMERICAL SIMULATION AND EXPERIMENTAL RESEARCH OF CENTRIFUGAL PUMP WITH PRE-WHIRL REGULATION OF INLET GUIDE VANE................................................................................................................................................................................ 3381

    Min Su

    MODELLING THE FAR-FIELD EFFLUENT PLUMES FROM A MULTIPORT DIFFUSER............................ 3390Anton Purnama

    NUMERICAL MODELING OF FLOW AND MASS TRANSPORT IN LAKE PONTCHARTRAIN DURING THE BONNET CARR SPILLWAY FLOOD RELEASE ........................................................................ 3399

    Xiaobo Chao

    MODELING SPATIAL DYNAMICS OF CYANOBACTERIA IN LAKE TAIHU BY DATA MINING TECHNIQUE AND CELLULAR AUTOMATA APPROACH .................................................................. 3412

    Xiaoqing Zhang

    NUMERICAL SIMULATION OF DENSITY CURRENTS OVER A SLOPE UNDER THE CONDITION OF COOLING PERIOD IN LAKE BIWA ........................................................................................... 3421

    Takashi Hosoda

  • NUMERICAL SIMULATION OF FLOW DIVERGING AND SPATIAL DEVELOPMENT OF HORIZONTAL SHEAR LAYER ALONG BANK VEGETATION........................................................................... 3427

    Shuang Gao

    MODIFIED LOG-WAKE LAW FOR SMOOTH RECTANGULAR OPEN CHANNEL FLOW........................... 3438Junke Guo

    THE IMPACT OF MACROALGAE ON MEAN AND TURBULENT FLOW FIELDS ......................................... 3448Robert Thomas

    STUDIES ON WATER-HOLDING PROPERTIES OF VEGETATIVE LITTERS AND THEIR INFLUENCES ON GRAVITY IRRIGATION IN ZIQUEJIE TERRACE................................................................ 3455

    Wensheng Xu

    SPATIAL-TEMPORAL HYDRODYNAMIC AND ALGAL BLOOM MODELLING ANALYSIS OF A TRIBUTARY EMBAYMENT OF THREE GORGES RESERVOIR .................................................................... 3464

    Jingqiao Mao

    STUDY ON VERTICAL STRUCTURE OF ALGAL AND DISSOLVED OXYGEN DYNAMICS DURING RED TIDE ....................................................................................................................................................... 3481

    Aiguo Qian

    STUDY ON MOISTURE VARIATION IN THE SURFACE SOIL LAYER OF REED COLONY IN SHUANGTAI ESTUARY WETLAND, CHINA........................................................................................................... 3489

    Qian Lin

    THE STUDY ON RESERVOIR EVAPORATION LOSSES IN THAILAND........................................................... 3499Areeya Rittima

    INDOOR EXPERIMENTAL STUDY ON REMOVING SPILLED SURFACE OIL BY AGRICULTURAL WASTES ......................................................................................................................................... 3509

    Sui Liang Huang

    REPRODUCTION OF THE REEDBED WEAKENED BY DEGRADATION OF THE RIVER BED,THE YODO RIVER ............................................................................................................................................... 3517

    Fuminao Nakanishi

    OPERATING EXPERIENCE OF INFLATABLE DAM FOR POLLUTION CONTROL IN DEEP BAY, HONG KONG ....................................................................................................................................................... 3527

    S. K. She

    RESEARCH ON THE ASSESSMENT OF RIVER ECOSYSTEM FOR ITS RESTORATION ............................. 3537Shiguo Xu

    REAL-TIME EUTROPHICATION CONTROL OF A RESERVOIR ...................................................................... 3545James Kuo

    A PRELIMINARY STUDY ON MECHANISM OF MEANDER CUTOFFS ........................................................... 3555Zhiwei Li

    A DEPTH-INTEGRATED MORPHODYNAMICAL MODEL FOR RIVER FLOWS WITH A WIDE RANGE OF SHIELDS PARAMETER.......................................................................................................................... 3565

    Cristiana Di Cristo

    2D NUMERICAL SIMULATION OF SEDIMENT TRANSPORT WITH VARIABLE DENSITY ....................... 3574Carmelo Juez

    A PREDICTIVE EQUATION FOR THE BED DEVELOPMENT TIME IN ALLUVIAL MEANDERING STREAMS ........................................................................................................................................... 3582

    Andrew Binns

    ANALYSIS FOR RIVER CHANNEL PROCESSES DUE TO THE TYPICAL BANK COLLAPSE IN THE UPPER YELLOW RIVER BASED ON GIS METHOD............................................................................... 3592

    Jing Gao

    NUMERICAL MODEL TO ESTIMATE THE FLUVIAL HYDRAULIC EROSION IN COHESIVE RIVERBANKS................................................................................................................................................................. 3601

    Ahmed Aly El-Dien

    NUMERICAL AND COMPUTATIONAL FLUID DYNAMICS MODAL FOR THERMAL ENERGY IN A 3D ARRAY IN A FROZEN LAKE ..................................................................................................... 3612

    Chamika De Costa

    NUMERICAL MODELING OF LONG-TERM MORPHODYNAMIC CHANGES IN THE SHENZHEN BAY............................................................................................................................................................ 3618

    Shiyan Zhang

    NUMERICAL SIMULATION OF HYDRAULIC CHARACTERISTICS OF SPILLWAY TUNNEL IN THE RADIAL GATE CLOSING PROCESS .......................................................................................................... 3628

    Xudong Ma

    ON THE PROGRESS OF RESEARCH OF THE CHANGJIANG RIVER FLOOD PROTECTION PHYSICAL MODEL....................................................................................................................................................... 3637

    Yonghui Zhu

  • VORTEX POPULATION AND REYNOLDS STRESS IN A CAVITY FLOW........................................................ 3647Huai Chen

    VOLUME 5

    PARAMETER SENSITIVITY OF THE SKM IN VEGETATED COMPOUND CHANNELS .............................. 3652Beihan Jiang

    MEASUREMENTS OF BOTTOM SHEAR STRESSES THROUGH FERROFLUIDS .......................................... 3661Rosaria Ester Musumeci

    INFLUENCE OF BOUNDARY SEEPAGE ON THE ERODIBILITY OF OVERTOPPED EMBANKMENTS: A NOVEL MEASUREMENT AND EXPERIMENTAL TECHNIQUE .................................. 3669

    Mahmoud Al-Riffai

    IN SITU PIV MEASUREMENT OF SEDIMENT RESUSPENSION BY A PROPELLER WASH IN A US NAVY HARBOR ................................................................................................................................................... 3681

    Qian Liao

    ANALYSIS ON THE SEDIMENT TRANSPORT CHARACTERISTICS IN HUANGHUA SEA AREA UNDER DIFFERENT WIND REGIMES ......................................................................................................... 3689

    Cuiping Kuang

    A FORMULA FOR MULTIPLE-SIZED NEAR-BED SUSPENDED-LOAD CONCENTRATION UNDER CURRENT AND WAVES ............................................................................................................................... 3697

    Weiming Wu

    COMBINING NOVEL AND TRADITIONAL SURVEY TECHNOLOGIES TO MONITOR COASTAL ENVIRONMENTS: AIRBORNE HYDROMAPPING AND SONAR DATA ALONG THE BALTIC SEA COASTLINE, SCHLESWIG-HOLSTEIN, GERMANY........................................................... 3711

    Frank Steinbacher

    BACK SILTING FEATURE IN THE MOUTH BAR CHANNEL IN AOJIANG ESTUARY................................. 3721Liqin Zuo

    BEACH EROSION OF THE PERUVIAN COAST AND LACK OF EDUCATIONAL SUPPORT FOR PROPERS SOLUTIONS AT HOME LAND...................................................................................................... 3729

    Zivko Gencel

    PRINCIPAL FACTORS WHICH ORIENT THE WATER PRICE POLICY BASED ON THE EXAMPLE OF SOME LATIN AMERICAN AND EUROPIAN CONTRIES .......................................................... 3738

    Zivko Gencel

    PRELIMINARY STUDY ON THE TOTAL WATER AMOUNT CONTROL METHOD OF EVALUATION INDICATORS BASED ON THE YEARLY AVERAGE GROUNDWATER LEVEL AMPLITUDE................................................................................................................................................................... 3743

    Keyan Liu

    THE IMPACT OF INDUSTRIAL PROJECTS ON LOCAL GROUNDWATER RESOURCES AT XILINGUOLE PRAIRIE, INNERMOGOLIA ............................................................................................................. 3749

    Wei Liu

    MULTI-OBJECTIVE OPTIMIZATION FOR WATER SUPPLY SYSTEM WITH CONSTRAINTS HANDLING ..................................................................................................................................................................... 3754

    Lijie Cui

    ON THE STARTUP PROCEDURE OF THE WATER DIVERSION PROJECT FROM YELLOW RIVER TO JIAODONG ................................................................................................................................................. 3764

    Longzhou Xiao

    MODELLING WATER AND NITROGEN TRANSPORT AND TRANSFORMATION ACROSS THE LANDSCAPE AT RIVER BASIN SCALE USING SWAT ................................................................................ 3773

    Linh Hoang

    HYDROLOGICAL MODELLING OF A GLACIERIZED ANDEAN BASIN USING THE SEMI DISTRIBUTED MODEL SUPERTANK. CASE: THE ANDEAN BASIN CONDORIRI ........................................ 3786

    Vladimir Moya Quiroga Gomez

    MULTIVARIATE STOCHASTIC FLOOD FREQUENCY ANALYSIS USING COPULA THEORY ................. 3795Lan Zhang

    MODELING AND ASSESSING THE EFFECT OF LAND COVER CHANGE UNDER DIFFERENT MACRO-POLICY ORIENTATIONS ON HYDROLOGIC PROCESS IN JIALING RIVER BASIN................... 3807

    Tao Zhang

    GROUNDWATER MODEL FOR ANALYSIS OF THE SCHEMES OF MAINTAINING THE RUNOFF FROM HEILONGTAN SPRING IN LIJIANG BASIN OF YUNNAN PROVINCE, CHINA................ 3822

    Shibing Pan

  • GROUNDWATER RESOURCES ASSESSMENT AND REASONABLE EXPLOITATION IN LIJIN YELLOW RIVER BEACH ............................................................................................................................................ 3829

    Cong Hou

    IMPROVEMENT OF GIS BASED DRASTIC METHOD TO ASSESS GROUNDWATER VULNERABILITY ......................................................................................................................................................... 3837

    Seyed Mahmood Sadat Noori

    ENGINEERING WATER SECURITY UNDER CLIMATE VARIABILITY AND CHANGE............................... 3844Vijay P. Singh

    EFFECTS OF CLIMATE CHANGE ON AGRICULTURAL DROUGHT OCCURRENCE AND MITIGATION MEASURES: THE CASE OF CANDARAVE VILLAGE, TACNA - PERU .................................. 3853

    Juan Walter Cabrera Cabrera

    CAUSES ANALYSIS OF PRECIPITATION CHANGE IN THE HAI RIVER BASIN OF CHINA ...................... 3860Xiangyi Ding

    MONTHLY FEATURES OF TELECONNECTION BETWEEN FOUR KEY CLIMATE PATTERNS ANDGLOBAL PRECIPITATION ANOMALY..................................................................................... 3866

    Chi Hang Chung

    DAM-BREAK FLOOD RISK MAPPING BASING ON GIS FOR JINNIUSHAN RESERVIOR .......................... 3878Jingxiu Wu

    EXPERIMENTAL STUDY OF RESPONSE TO INUNDATION CONDITION IN PADDY FIELD ..................... 3886Kuang Wang

    FLOOD AND DROUGHT MODELING WITH SATELLITE DATA A CASE OF WHITE VOLTA RIVER BASIN, WEST AFRICA ................................................................................................................................... 3892

    Elsie Akwei

    FLASH FLOOD RISK ANALYSIS AT MATOUPU TOWN...................................................................................... 3903Changzhi Li

    FLOOD ASSESSMENT STUDY FOR JAKARTA, INDONESIA.............................................................................. 3915Edmond Lo

    RESILIENT MEASURES OF FLOOD CONTROL : THE CASE OF INCHEONGYO CATCHMENT................................................................................................................................................................. 3923

    Nan Zhang

    NEW ADVANCES OF ENGINEERING ARRANGEMENTS OF LATERAL INTAKE-OUTLETS .................... 3930Zhang Landing

    PHYSICAL MODELLING OF HYDRAULIC JUMP: DYNAMIC PROPERTIES AND INTERNAL TWO-PHASE FLOW...................................................................................................................................................... 3939

    Hang Wang

    PHYSICAL MODELLING OF THE MAIN PUMPING STATION 2 AT STONECUTTERS ISLAND SEWAGE TREATMENT WORKS IN HONG KONG ............................................................................................... 3950

    Wai Lam Chan

    PARTIALLY FULL MODEL FOR TRANSIENTS IN RAPIDLY FILLING PIPE WITH TRAPPED AIR.................................................................................................................................................................................... 3959

    Ling Zhou

    BAFFLE-DROP STRUCTURES FOR DIVERSION OF STORM WATER TO UNDERGROUND TUNNELS ........................................................................................................................................................................ 3967

    A. Jacob Odgaard

    ON THE EFFECT OF AIR CONTENT ON SPREADING OF WATER JET IN PLUNGE POOL ....................... 3976Yakun Guo

    ONE-DIMENSIONAL HYDRODYNAMIC AND WATER QUALITY MODEL AND POLLUTION ANALYSIS FOR THE MAIN CANAL OF THE MIDDLE ROUTE OF THE SOUTH TO NORTH WATER TRANSFER PROJECT .................................................................................................................................. 3982

    Caihong Tang

    PIV MEASUREMENTS OF FLUID AND PARTICLE VELOCITY FIELDS OF A SEDIMENT-LADEN BUOYANT JET ................................................................................................................................................ 3991

    Peng Liu

    OBSERVATIONS ON FLOW AND DEPOSITED CONFIGURATION AROUND SINGLE BENDING SUBMERGED FLEXIBLE VEGETATION ............................................................................................. 3998

    Je-Wei Liao

    ON THE SPATIAL DISTRIBUTION OF AQUATIC PLANT IN GRAVEL RIVER .............................................. 4005Ryota Tsubaki

    SOLUTE POLLUTANT TRANSPORT IN OPEN CHANNEL FLOWS WITH MESHLESS PARTICLE METHOD ................................................................................................................................................... 4012

    Yu-Sheng Chang

  • WATER QUALITY MODELLING IN RIVER-NET OF DONGTING LAKE BASIN AND IMPACTS PREDICTION OF SONGZI GATE ........................................................................................................... 4020

    Yanliang Du

    A SIMULATION TOOL FOR THE CONTROL OF POLLUTANTS IN RIVER FLOW USING STORAGE AREAS: APPLICATION TO THE EBRO RIVER ................................................................................. 4030

    Mario Morales-Hernndez

    CALCULATION OF ECOLOGICAL WATER REQUIREMENT BASED ON THE DIFFERENT ECOLOGICAL PROTECTION TARGETS IN THE LOWER REACHES OF THE HEIHE RIVER .................. 4041

    Li Zhang

    FLEXIBLE FISH FENCES ............................................................................................................................................ 4053Markus Aufleger

    HYDROLOGIC CONSIDERATIONS IN REHABILITATING EXISTING OPEN DRAINS ................................ 4062Ting Fong May Chui

    VALUING THE EFFECT OF FRESHWATER OVER-ABSTRACTION ON FISH SPECIES.............................. 4068Jennifer Garbe

    WATER TEMPERATURE EFFECTS OF BENTHIC INVERTEBRATES IN THE NATORI RIVER BASIN............................................................................................................................................................................... 4078

    Ryosuke Arai

    THE EFFECT OF PHYTOPLANKTON SPIROGYRA ARCTA DISTRIBUTION ON THE GROWTH OF SUBMERGED MACROPHYTE COMMUNITIES........................................................................... 4087

    Ruihua Liu

    STUDY ON APPLICATION OF PRE-DAM IN THE EUTROPHICATION CONTROL OF GEHU LAKE................................................................................................................................................................................ 4095

    Yimin Zhang

    THE STIMULATION OF HIGH NUTRIENTS INPUT TO CH4 EMISSION IN THE REED-DOMINATED WETLANDS .......................................................................................................................................... 4103

    Liang Wang

    RIVER RESTORATION AND NON-POINT SOURCE POLLUTION MANAGEMENT PRACTICE IN RURAL AREA OF CHENGDU PLAIN OF CHINA.............................................................................................. 4112

    Hongbing Luo

    SEDIMENTS IN CHONGQING URBAN SECTION OF THREE GORGES PROJECT AFTER IMPOUNDMENT............................................................................................................................................................ 4121

    Pingyi Wang

    COMPOSITE ROUGHNESS OF ICE-COVERED FLOWS IN OPEN CHANNELS .............................................. 4127Kailin Yang

    COHESIVE SOIL EROSION AT BRIDGE CONTRACTIONS ................................................................................ 4136Meilan Qi

    CHANGES IN REACH-SCALE BANKFULL HYDRAULIC GEOMETRY IN A BRAIDED REACH OF THE LYR................................................................................................................................................................... 4144

    Xiaojuan Li

    REALISTIC FLOW SIMULATIONS AROUND AND INSIDE POROUS SCOUR PROTECTIONS................... 4156Xiaofeng Liu

    STOCHASTIC ANALYSIS OF CONTRACTION SCOUR IN COHESIVE SOILS ................................................ 4164Luigia Brandimarte

    ONE DIMENSIONAL NONUNIFORM SEDIMENT TRANSPORT MODEL: APPLICATION TO GANJIANG RIVER ........................................................................................................................................................ 4174

    Zhili Wang

    ONE-DEGREE-OF-FREEDOM RIGID BODY DYNAMICS OF ROCK BLOCKS IN TURBULENT FLOWS............................................................................................................................................................................. 4181

    Erik F. R. Bollaert

    PLUNGE POOL ROCK SCOUR EXPERIENCES AND ANALYSIS TECHNIQUES............................................ 4192Eric Lesleighter

    QUANTIFICATION OF HYSTERETIC BEHAVIOR IN STAGE-DISCHARGE RATING CURVE................... 4202Marian Muste

    PIV MEASUREMENTS OF STEADY FLOW OVER AN ARTIFICIAL STATIC ARMOR LAYER .................. 4217Stephan Mark Spiller

    PROTECTIVE PILE GROUP FOR SCOUR MITIGATION OF EXISTING SPUR DIKE GROUP .................... 4226Sayed Hashmat Sadat

    PHYSICAL SCALE MODEL TESTS ON BRIDGE CLOGGING............................................................................. 4238Thomas Gschnitzer

  • REPRODUCING LOG-LAW VELOCITY PROFILES IN AN EX-SITU SCOUR TESTING DEVICE (ESTD).............................................................................................................................................................. 4249

    Haoyin Shan

    EROSION OF COHESIVE SOILS WITH AN EX-SITU SCOUR TESTING DEVICE .......................................... 4257Haoyin Shan

    FIELD MEASUREMENT FOR INVESTIGATING THE DYNAMICS OF TALLEBUDGERA CREEK TIDAL-INLET ENTRANCE........................................................................................................................... 4265

    Saeed Shaeri

    EVOLUTION OF GEOMORPHOLOGY OF MUDDY COAST AND ASSOCIATED HYDRODYNAMIC PROCESSES................................................................................................................................. 4274

    Aijun Wang

    EVOLUTION OF TIDAL FLATS: A FIELD INVESTIGATION IN THE JIANGSU COAST .............................. 4282Zheng Gong

    INVESTIGATION OF LUTOCLINE DYNAMICS IN A TURBULENT COUETTE FLOW: A SIMPLIFIED MODEL FOR MUDDY TIDAL INLETS ............................................................................................. 4293

    Rossella Luchi

    EFFECTS OF HUMAN INTERVENTIONS ON RECENT MORPHOLOGICAL EVOLUTION OF THE MODAOMEN ESTUARY, PEARL RIVER DELTA, CHINA .......................................................................... 4302

    Chenjuan Jiang

    THE CHALLENGES AND ISSUES OF WATER RESOURCES MANAGEMENT IN AFRICA: A LOOK AT BENIN ........................................................................................................................................................... 4315

    Gloria Appiah-Sefah

    SPATIAL AND TEMPORAL VARIABILITY OF HYDROLOGY IN SRI LANKA............................................... 4331Chaminda Samarasuriya Patabendige

    RESEARCH ON ECOLOGICAL COMPENSATION MECHANISM AND BENEFITS OF FLOOD RESOURCES UTILIZATION FROM RIVER ............................................................................................................ 4340

    Feng Feng

    ROBUST OPTIMIZATION FOR MULTI-RESERVOIR OPERATION.................................................................. 4353Tianyi Xu

    SOLVING WATER RESOURCE ALLOCATION PROBLEMS USING GENETIC ALGORITHMS: A HYPOTHETICAL CASE STUDY ............................................................................................................................. 4360

    Yanan Jiang

    THE DECISION MODEL FOR INTEGRATED WATER RESOURCES MANAGEMENT ................................. 4374Chih Chao Ho

    STORM MAGNITUDE AND WATERSHED SIZE ON RUNOFF NONLINEARITY............................................ 4382Jen-Kuo Huang

    SIMULATION OF WATER FLOWS IN AN AGRICULTURAL DRAINAGE SYSTEM WITH HYDRAULIC STRUCTURES ....................................................................................................................................... 4396

    Nobuhiko Kinjo

    RAINFALL-RUNOFF MODEL CALIBRATION FOR THE FLOODPLAINS ZONING OF UNARE RIVER BASIN, VENEZUELA....................................................................................................................................... 4404

    Adriana Mrquez

    REAL TIME NEURAL FUZZY SYSTEM FOR SEDIMENT CONCENTRATION FORECASTING ................. 4418Amin Talei

    ROLE OF GROUNDWATER IN SUPPORTING ENVIRONMENTAL FLOW REQUIREMENTS OF RIVER ECOSYSTEMS IN THE NETHERLANDS .............................................................................................. 4427

    Harm Duel

    WELL-BALANCED 2D COUPLED MODELLING OF DAM-BREAK SEDIMENT-LADEN FLOOD PROCESSES IN A REAL RIVER CHANNEL ............................................................................................. 4433

    Zhiyuan Yue

    PROJECTION PURSUIT METHOD FOR ANALYSIS OF THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN PRECIPITATION AND RUNOFF FROM HEILONGTAN SPRING IN LILIANG BASIN OF YUNNAN PROVINCE, CHINA..................................................................................................................................... 4449

    Kewang Tang

    ESTIMATION OF CLIMATE CHANGE IMPACT ON JAPANESE RICE YIELD AND WATER RESOURCES................................................................................................................................................................... 4456

    Shunji Kotsuki

    SPATIO-TEMPORAL VARIATIONS OF PRECIPITATION REGIMES ACROSS YANGTZE RIVER BASIN, CHINA .................................................................................................................................................. 4464

    Vijay Singh

  • NUMERICAL STUDY ON THE CHANGE OF M2 TIDAL CONSTITUENT DUE TO POTENTIAL FUTURE SEA LEVEL RISE IN THE CHINA SEA .................................................................................................... 4476

    Cuiping Kuang

    MULTI-SITE TEMPERATURE AND PRECIPITATION PROJECTIONS IN QIANTANG RIVER BASIN............................................................................................................................................................................... 4485

    Chong Ma

    IMPLEMENTING THE FLOODS DIRECTIVE: A PROCEDURE FOR FLOOD RISK ANALYSIS AND MAPPING .............................................................................................................................................................. 4493

    Daniela Molinari

    FLOOD PROTECTION STRATEGY IN THE RIVER BASIN OF BOUREGREG AND CHAOUIA: EXAMPLE OF ADAPTATION MEASURES TO CLIMATE CHANGE IN MOROCCO ..................................... 4503

    Dalila Loudyi

    LEVEE BREACHES STATISTICS, GEOTECHNICAL UNCERTAINTY, RESIDUAL RISK IN FLOOD HAZARD MAPPING ....................................................................................................................................... 4516

    Roberto Ranzi

    USE OF TWO DIMENSIONAL HYDRAULIC MODELS TO ESTIMATE HYDRAULIC HAZARD ................. 4525Monique Retallick

    FLOOD RISK MANAGEMENT DUE TO CLIMATE VARIABILITY IN CATAMAYO - CHIRA BINATIONAL BASIN .................................................................................................................................................... 4536

    Julio Isaac Montenegro Gambini

    HUD WATERSHED DEMONSTRATION PROJECT - A DISTRIBUTED APPROACH TO FLOOD MITIGATION ................................................................................................................................................................. 4546

    Nicholas Thomas

    VOLUME 6

    MANAGING A NATIONAL FLOOD ESTIMATION PROJECT ............................................................................. 4554James Ball

    SCALE EFFECTS IN MODELLING TWO-PHASE AIR-WATER FLOWS IN HYDRAULIC ENGINEERING AND STRUCTURES ......................................................................................................................... 4562

    Michael Pfister

    SCOUR HOLE PROFILES DUE TO EROSIVE PHENOMENA: SIMILITUDES AND DIFFERENCES ............................................................................................................................................................... 4572

    Stefano Pagliara

    STUDY OF BLOCKAGE EFFECT ON SCOURING PATTERN DOWNSTREAM OF A BOX-CULVERT UNDER UNSTEADY FLOW..................................................................................................................... 4580

    Sayana Sorourian

    STUDY ON INSTABILITY PROBABILISTIC RISK OF GRAVITY DAM FOUNDATION USING FUZZY-RANDOM METHOD ....................................................................................................................................... 4589

    Gang Wang

    STEADY VORTEX FLOW IN TANGENTIAL INTAKE .......................................................................................... 4599Qiao Qing-Song

    STUDY ON INFLUENCES OF DIFFERENT FOUNDATION TREATMENTS ON THE STRESS AND DEFORMATION OF CFRD ON DEEP OVERBURDEN ................................................................................. 4607

    Kai Sun

    TWO-PHASE MODELING OF SEDIMENT CLOUDS IN A CURRENT................................................................ 4615Adrian Lai

    TURBULENCE CHARACTERISTICS IN OPEN CHANNEL FLOW FOR ONE LINE TREES.......................... 4623Koji Shiono

    THE FUNDAMENTAL DIFFERENCES BETWEEN SUBAQUEOUS GRAVITY FLOWS AND OPEN CHANNEL FLOWS: SOME RECENT ADVANCES IN THE RESEARCH OF GRAVITY FLOWS............................................................................................................................................................................. 4631

    Heqing Huang

    THREE DIMENSIONAL NUMERICAL MODELING OF WIND-INDUCED FLOW AND MASS TRANSPORT IN NATURAL LAKES .......................................................................................................................... 4638

    Xiaobo Chao

    VELOCITY AND TEMPERATURE DISTRIBUTIONS OF TURBULENT PLANE JET INTERACTION WITH THE OPPOSITIVE NONLINEAR WATER WAVES ....................................................... 4652

    Chao-Wei Su

  • EXPERIMENTAL STUDY OF FLOW AND DIFFUSIONAL MASS TRANSFER COEFFICIENT ACROSS THE WATER-SEDIMENT INTERFACE DETERMINED BY WIND BLOWING OVER AN EXTREMELY SHALLOW LAGOON................................................................................................................... 4664

    Alberto De La Fuente

    A BAYESIAN MODEL TO EVALUATE WATER QUALITY OF POLLUTED RIVER IN NORTHERN INDIA ....................................................................................................................................................... 4674

    Richa Babbar

    WATER CHEMISTRY CHARACTERISTICS OF MAIN STREAM AND TRIBUTARIES OF THREE GORGES RESERVOIR BEFORE 175M WATER STORING.................................................................... 4685

    Yuning Hong

    USE OF SPECIFIC FLOW REGIMES IN WATER QUALITY ANALYSIS - A CASE STUDY IN THE YARRA RIVER CATCHMENT, AUSTRALIA ................................................................................................. 4696

    Chris Perera

    RETRIEVING WATER QUALITY FROM HIGH RESOLUTION IKONOS MULTISPECTRAL IMAGERY BY MULTIPLE REGRESSION AND ARTIFICIAL NEURAL NETWORKS IN LAKE CIHU, HUANGSHI ......................................................................................................................................................... 4706

    Jiaming Liu

    DEVELOPING A SUSTAINABLE FLOOD RISK ASSESSMENT FRAMEWORK FOR THE PEARL RIVER DELTA, CHINA .................................................................................................................................. 4718

    Faith Chan

    FLOOD HAZARD ANALYSIS IN GHANA USING MULTI-TEMPORAL SPOT-XS IMAGERY: A FEASIBILITY STUDY OF NORTHERN REGION.................................................................................................... 4733

    Desmond Ofosu Anim

    ASSESSMENT OF RAINWATER HARVESTING POTENTIAL AT LARGE-CITY SCALE BASED ON SOCIO-ECONOMIC DATA ................................................................................................................................... 4743

    Nilo Nascimento

    EFFECTS OF SOUND AND THERMAL ENVIRONMENTS ON WATERFRONT HEALING ........................... 4753Ayaka Shioda

    DYNAMIC WATER ENVIRONMENTAL CAPACITY ANALYSIS AND CALCULATION OF RIVERS IN NORTHERN CHINA................................................................................................................................. 4762

    Xin Jiang

    ANALYSIS ON THE DRIVING FORCE OF WATER RESOURCES AND ENVIRONMENT IMPACT BASED ON STIRPAT MODEL A CASE STUDY ON QINGYUAN COUNTY OF FUSHUN CITY................................................................................................................................................................ 4770

    Yuyu Liu

    FLUVIAL MORPHOLOGY IN THE UPPER YANGTZE AND YELLOW RIVERS FEATURES AND DIFFERENCES ..................................................................................................................................................... 4777

    Guo-An Yu

    INFLUENCE OF THE CONVERGENCE ANGLE ON THE MORPHODYNAMICS OF DISCORDANT BED CONFLUENCES ........................................................................................................................ 4786

    Sebastian Guillen Ludea

    EXPERIMENTAL AND NUMERICAL INVESTIGATION OF RIVERBED EVOLUTION IN POST-DAMAGED CONDITIONS ................................................................................................................................ 4798

    Jinzhao Li

    CONSERVATION OF MEANDER DYNAMICS, FROM CUTOFF TO MIGRATION PROCESSES ................. 4810Ronald Gutierrez

    FLUVIAL PROCESS AND STABILITY OF ANABRANCHING RIVER SYSTEMS: CASE OF JIANLI REACH IN THE MIDDLE YANGTZE RIVER, CHINA ............................................................................. 4814

    Xiaofang Liu

    STUDY ON SCOUR AND SILTING VARIATION OF THE RIVERBED IN MIDDLE REACHES OF THE YANGTZE RIVER BY A SYSTEM DYNAMICS METHOD..................................................................... 4820

    Dong Chen

    THE INFLUENCE OF FINE SEDIMENT INPUT INDUCED BY RUBBER CULTIVATION ON THE SUBSTRATUM COMPOSITION OF A RIVER BED ....................................................................................... 4826

    Lydia Seitz

    THE RESPONSE OF HYDRODYNAMICS TO THE SHUANGLONG RIVER ESTUARY REGULATION ................................................................................................................................................................ 4832

    Cuiping Kuang

    TURBULENT FREE SURFACE FLOW OVER A GRAVEL BED ........................................................................... 4841Zhihua Xie

    STREAM POWER CHANGES IN AN ALLUVIAL CANYON ................................................................................. 4847Daniele Tonina

  • USE OF A THREE-DIMENSIONAL NUMERICAL MODEL TO IMPROVE ESTIMATION OF CHANNEL CONSTRICTION ENERGY LOSS .......................................................................................................... 4859

    Colin Rennie

    THE OVERLAND FLOW RESISTANCE ALONG SLOPE DISTANCE IN AN EXPERIMENTAL FLUME............................................................................................................................................................................. 4871

    Zijing Yi

    STUDY ON FLOW IN PUMPING STATION FOREBAY BY CFD AND PIV MEASUREMENTS...................... 4877Chao Liu

    THE INFLUENCE OF ADDED MASS ON ROCK BLOCK UPLIFT IN PLUNGE POOLS ................................. 4887Erik Bollaert

    THE DEVELOPMENT OF CONSTRICTION SCOUR WITHIN THE VICINITY OF SHORT SPAN BRIDGES, UNDER PRESSURISED FLOW. ............................................................................................................... 4897

    Donal Ryan

    SHEAR VELOCITY IN THE UNSTEADY OPEN CHANNEL FLOWS .................................................................. 4904Chunjing Liu

    THE IMPACT OF THE ARRANGEMENT OF NON- SUBMERGED PILES IN REDUCING THE SCOUR AT BRIDGE ABUTMENT .............................................................................................................................. 4913

    Peyman Modaber Dabbag

    ON THE TRANSITION BETWEEN TIDE- AND RIVER-DOMINATED BACK-BARRIER ESTUARINE ENVIRONMENTS .................................................................................................................................. 4920

    Zeng Zhou

    MOVEABLE BED EXPERIMENTAL STUDY ON SHIPYARD ENGINEERING IN MIN ESTUARY ........................................................................................................................................................................ 4930

    Jinhai Zheng

    MODELING PROCESSES CONTROLLING SEDIMENT TRANSPORT AT THE MOUTH BAR OF THE YANGTZE ESTUARY.................................................................................................................................... 4939

    Ao Chu

    MODELING COHESIVE SEDIMENT TRANSPORT IN TIDAL BAYS WITH CURRENT VELOCITY ASSIMILATION ....................................................................................................................................... 4949

    Onyx Wai

    TURBULENT MIXING IN BREAKING TIDAL BORES: COMPARISON BETWEEN FIELD AND LABORATORY DATA .................................................................................................................................................. 4955

    Hubert Chanson

    URBAN DRAINAGE SYSTEMS RISK ASSESSMENT UNDER CLIMATE CHANGE CONDITIONS ................................................................................................................................................................. 4965

    Farhad Yazdandoost

    THE ELECTRIC POWER IN MEXICO AND THE WORLD................................................................................... 4972Manuel Montenegro

    STUDY ON MANAGEMENT COUNTERMEASURES OF RESPONSES OF WATER RESOURCES TO CLIMATE CHANGE IN YELLOW RIVER BASIN ............................................................................................ 4981

    Shaoming Peng

    A STATISTICAL APPROACH TO MODELING OF DAILY RAINFALL PROCESS IN THE CONTEXT OF CLIMATE CHANGE........................................................................................................................... 4989

    Van-Thanh-Van Nguyen

    NATURAL FLOOD MANAGEMENT IN THE UK: DEVELOPING A CONCEPTUAL MANAGEMENT TOOL................................................................................................................................................. 4996

    Linsey McLean

    NUMERICAL DETERMINATION AND DESIGN OPTIMIZATION OF THE DRAINAGE SYSTEM PLANNING FOR HAPPY VALLEY FLOOD PROTECTION SCHEME, HONG KONG.................... 5005

    Kevin Chan

    MULTI-SOURCE TIME VARIANT GAIN MODEL (MTGVM) AND ITS APPLICATION IN REAL-TIME FLOOD FORECASTING ....................................................................................................................... 5013

    Hui Wan

    REGIONAL HYDRAULIC MODELING FOR FLOOD HAZARD MAPPING: AN ENGINEERING-BASED FLOOD INSURANCE SOLUTION ................................................................................................................ 5027

    Yizhong Qu

    TWO DIMENSIONAL MODELLING OF RURAL AND URBAN FLOODPLAINS .............................................. 5039Mark Babister

    PERFORMANCE OF DISTRIBUTED RESERVOIR STORAGE IN MITIGATING FLOOD IMPACTS FOR A SMALL RURAL WATERSHED ................................................................................................... 5046

    Nathan Young

  • EXPERIMENTAL STUDY ON THE DEPOSITION PROCESS OF DEBRIS FLOWS.......................................... 5054Gordon Zhou

    DEBRIS DAMS ON THE RUSSIAN FAR EAST RIVERS......................................................................................... 5060Vladimir Kim

    DEBRIS FLOW DUE TO THE SEEPAGE-INDUCED FAILURE OF A GRANULAR PILE................................ 5066Hsien-Ter Chou

    3D NUMERICAL SIMULATION ON EVOLUTION OF DEBRIS FLOW FROM DAM BREAK OF TAILING POND.............................................................................................................................................................. 5074

    Qinglan Qi

    EXPERIMENTAL INVESTIGATIONS OF DEPOSITIONS IN A RIVER REACH OF DEBRIS FLOWS GENERATED IN TWO CONTIGUOUS TRIBUTARIES .......................................................................... 5081

    Laura Maria Stancanelli

    EFFECTS OF PHYSICAL PROPERTIES ON MOVEMENT FOR NON-HOMOGENEOUS DEBRIS FLOW AT JIANGJIA GULLY ...................................................................................................................... 5088

    Xin Zhang

    A MEASUREMENT TECHNIQUE ON THE HYDRODYNAMIC FORCE ON THE FREE SURFACE-PIERCING CYLINDER AT A YAWED ANGLE.................................................................................... 5096

    Lijie Jiang

    ADVANCE ON THE RESEARCH AND APPLICATION OF FISH FRIENDLY TURBINE................................. 5102Cuilin Liao

    STUDY ON THE AERATOR OF SPILLWAY TUNNEL IN ONE LARGE-SCALE PROJECT........................... 5110Siying Wang

    THE CRUMP WEIR FLOW FIELD. LOCAL VELOCITIES - SHEAR STRESSES - STATIC PRESSURES .................................................................................................................................................................... 5116

    John Demetriou

    THE BRIEF INTRODUCTION FOR THEORY OF CAVITATION CAVITY ENDANGERING STABILITY OF HYDRAULIC MACHINERY ........................................................................................................... 5124

    Hongquan Xu

    STUDY ON THE FLOW-INDUCED VIBRATION CHARACTERISTICS OF SLABS IN PLUNGE POOL OF HIGH ARCH DAM ...................................................................................................................................... 5131

    Bin Ma

    ANALYSIS OF THE FLOW STRUCTURE IN A SIDE OPEN CHANNEL CAVITY OF ASPECT RATIO 1 ........................................................................................................................................................................... 5141

    Motasem Darwish

    DESORPTION KINETIC OF VANADIUM FROM POLLUTED BENTONITE WITH CACL2 .......................... 5149Xianman Luo

    EFFECT OF VEGETATION CONFIGURATION ON TURBULENT FLOWS IN A RECTANGULAR OPEN CHANNEL ........................................................................................................................... 5154

    Yoshihisa Kawahara

    EFFECTS OF DEEPLY-SUBMERGED INFLOW ON TEMPERATURE DISTRIBUTION IN MIYUN RESERVOIR..................................................................................................................................................... 5161

    Zhao-Wei Liu

    VELOCITY DISTRIBUTION IN LATERAL SHEAR LAYER FOR OPEN CHANNEL FLOWS........................ 5169Xiaonan Tang

    THEORETICAL SOLUTION FOR LAMINAR FLOW IN PARTIALLY-FILLED PIPES ................................... 5177Junke Guo

    INVESTIGATION OF THE AQUATIC ECOLOGY OF THE YALU TSANGPO RIVER .................................... 5188Na Zhao

    PRIMITIVE E-WASTE RECYCLING PRACTICES IN GHANA: THE RELEASES AND EFFECTS OF PERSISTENT ORGANIC POLLUTANTS ON THE AQUATIC ENVIRONMENT......................................... 5197

    Philip Nti Nkrumah

    ACUTE ECOLOGICAL RISK ASSESSMENT IN WATER POLLUTION ACCIDENTS ..................................... 5205Jinfeng Ma

    IDENTIFICATION OF PRIMARY NEED-TO-CONTROL WATER QUALITY INDEX IN ICE-COVERED POLLUTED RIVERS ................................................................................................................................ 5215

    Zhigang Wang

    POLLUTANT SOURCE APPORTIONMENT OF THE MIDDLE AND LOWER REACHES OF THE PUDU RIVER IN SOUTHWEST CHINA ........................................................................................................... 5222

    Qian Yu

    RESILIENT RISK MANAGEMENT STRATEGIES IN URBAN DRAINAGE SYSTEMS ................................... 5233Farhad Yazdandoost

  • EFFECT OF UNCONTROLLED LANDUSE CHANGE TO THE INUNDATION PATTERN AND ITS POSSIBLE MEASURES. CASE STUDY: LAMBIDARO LOWLAND SUB SYSTEM IN PALEMBANG ................................................................................................................................................................. 5239

    F. X. Suryadi

    FLUSH CHARACTERISTICS OF RUNOFF POLLUTION IN A RAPIDLY URBANIZING CATCHMENT................................................................................................................................................................. 5251

    Kang-Mao He

    HYDRAULIC STRUCTURES AND URBANIZATION IN THE VALLEY OF ICA IN PERU ............................. 5258Iris Violeta Dominguez Talavera

    MODELING OF THE BANK EROSION PROCESS IN THE UPPER JINGJIANG REACH USING BSTEM ............................................................................................................................................................................. 5268

    Quanli Zong

    LONG TERM RIVER BED CHENGES DONSTREAM OF MEROWE DAM ........................................................ 5278Bahaeldeen Zaid

    NEW EMPIRICAL FORMULAS FOR FLOW RESISTANCE ASSESSMENT IN STEEP TORRENTS ..................................................................................................................................................................... 5289

    Mauricio Romero

    NUMERICAL SIMULATION OF 2-D BED DEFORMATION IN A SLIT SABO DAM........................................ 5300Yuki Kajikawa

    THE EFFECTS OF THAILANDS GREAT FLOOD OF 2011 ON RIVER SEDIMENT DISCHARGE IN THE UPPER CHAO PHRAYA RIVER BASIN............................................................................. 5309

    Butsawan Bidorn

    UNCERTAINTY ANALYSIS OF STAGE-DISCHARGE RELATIONS USING THE BARATIN BAYESIAN FRAMEWORK .......................................................................................................................................... 5317

    Jrme Le Coz

    TURBULENCE IN THE WAKE OF A ROUGHNESS PATCH ................................................................................ 5325Wim Uijttewaal

    THE RESEARCH ON THE INFLUENCE FACTORS AND CALCULATION METHOD OF VERTICAL SLOT FISHWAY VELOCITY................................................................................................................. 5333

    Zhong-Hua Li

    VERIFYING A PHOTOGRAMMETRIC METHOD TO QUANTIFY GRAIN SIZE DISTRIBUTION OF DEVELOPED ARMOR LAYERS ............................................................................................ 5340

    Nils Rther

    TURBULENT STRUCTURE IN THE INNER LAYER OF THE OPEN CHANNEL ............................................. 5347Shengfa Yang

    A FAST FORECASTING MODEL OF RESERVOIR SEDIMENTATION ............................................................. 5358Hui Li

    ASSESSMENT OF SEDIMENTATION AND FLUSHING EFFICIENCY FOR KAJBAR HYDROPOWER PROJECT IN THE NILE RIVER................................................................................................... 5374

    Minh Duc Bui

    APPLICATION OF THE SWAT MODEL IN THE EASTERN NILE BASIN UNDER DIFFERENT SCENARIOS .................................................................................................................................................................... 5382

    Sameh Kantoush

    ANALYZING THE AMOUNT AND PROCEDURE OF SEDIMENTATION IN RESERVOIRS USING THE RESULTS OF DEPTH FINDING IN THE OPERATIONAL PERIOD ............................................. 5401

    Mohammad Heydari

    THE MEKONG DELTAIC COAST: PAST, PRESENT AND FUTURE MORPHOLOGY ................................... 5409Phan Khanh Linh

    OVERVIEW OF ESTUARY RESEARCH AND WATERWAY ENGINEERING IN VIETNAM ......................... 5418Nguyen Viet Thanh

    THE HYDRO-MORPHODYNAMIC REPONSE OF A PROTECTED BEACH SUBJECT TO SEA STORMS: A NUMERICAL STUDY ............................................................................................................................. 5431

    Aniello Russo

    THE SEASONAL CHARACTERISTIC OF PULSATILE FLOW FIELD AND BATHYMETRY CHANGE IN THE ESTUARINE CHANNEL OF THE YANGTZE RIVER ............................................................ 5440

    Zhangjiao Wang

    STUDY OF SEASONAL PROJECTION OF SOUTH BACK WEATHER PHENOMENON IN HONG KONG, CHINA................................................................................................................................................... 5449

    Sun Demi Xiaocan

    REPRESENTATION OF GLOBAL PRECIPITATION ANOMALY USING FOUR MAJORCLIMATE PATTERNS ................................................................................................................................... 5457

    Ji Chen

  • VERIFICATION OF THE FOUR CLIMATE INDEX MODEL FOR STUDYING GLOBALPRECIPITATION ANOMALY .................................................................................................................... 5468

    Chi Hang Chung

    VOLUME 7

    STUDY ON THE REAL-TIME DYNAMIC CONTROLLING METHOD OF LIMITED RESERVOIR WATERLEVEL IN FLOOD SEASON BASED ON SHORT-TERM RAINFALL FORECAST INFORMATION AND ITS RISK ANALYSIS ...................................................................................... 5477

    Minglei Ren

    THE EXAMINATION ON THE INUNDATION ANALYSIS MODEL DUE TO INTERIOR RUNOFF IN URBAN AREA AND ITS APPLICATION TO THE COUNTERMEASURES IN FLOOD SITUATION...................................................................................................................................................... 5488

    Makoto Takeda

    STUDY ON THE FLOOD CONTROL CAPABILITY OF DRY DAMS CONSTRUCTED IN SERIES ............... 5495Hideo Oshikawa

    FLOODS PREVENTION STUDIES FOR COLOMBIAN MUNICIPALITIES ....................................................... 5504Henry Jimenez

    PIT TAG MONITORING: DEBRIS MOVEMENT IN THE URBAN ENVIRONMENT ....................................... 5516Deonie Allen

    ONE-DIMENSIONAL MODEL OF LANDSLIDE-INDUCED DEBRIS FLOW WITH WOODY DEBRIS ............................................................................................................................................................................ 5528

    Hiroyuki Nagano

    APPLICABILITY OF VOF-METHOD-BASED NUMERICAL ANALYSIS TO THE ESTIMATION OF THE TSUNAMI FORCE ACTING ON A BRIDGE ............................................................................................. 5537

    Azusa Naota

    DEVELOPMENT OF A HYBRID 2D-3D NUMERICAL ANALYSIS AND ITS APPLICATION TO THE INUNDATION OF THE 2011 OFF THE PACIFIC COAST OF TOHOKU EARTHQUAKE TSUNAMI IN KAMAISHI BAY.................................................................................................................................... 5545

    William Pringle

    A STUDY OF DESIGN STORM IN AN URBAN AREA OF NORTH CHINA ........................................................ 5556Xiang Wenyan

    IMPACTS OF TIDES ON TSUNAMI PROPAGATION IN THE SETO INLAND SEA, JAPAN .......................... 5564Han Soo Lee

    THE GATE REMOVAL EFFECT IN THE INITIAL INSTANTS OF THE DAM-BREAK FLOW...................... 5576Rui Aleixo

    DYNAMIC PRESSURE DISTRIBUTION AROUND A FIXED CONFINED BLOCK IMPACTED BY PLUNGING AND AERATED WATER JETS ....................................................................................................... 5586

    Rafael Duarte

    EXPERIMENTAL STUDIES AT THE BOTTOM OUTLET STRUCTURE OF THE ILISU DAM ..................... 5594Seife Yurdagul Kumcu

    HYDRAULIC DESIGN OF THE DIAPHRAGM'S ORIFICE AT THE ENTRANCE OF THE SURGE SHAFT OF FMHL PUMPED-STORAGE POWER PLANT ....................................................................... 5605

    Fadi Hachem

    IMITATION OF THE HYDRAULIC DEVICES OPERATIONS WITHIN THE COMPLEX PIPE SYSTEMS ........................................................................................................................................................................ 5615

    Vladimir Tarasevich

    ON THE FUNDAMENTAL CHARACTERISTICS OF SUPER-CRITICAL FLOW AT ABRUPT EXPANSION.................................................................................................................................................................... 5622

    How Tion Puay

    MODELING FLOW DISTRIBUTION IN STREET JUNCTIONS WITH OBSTACLES USING A DRAG FORCE METHOD ............................................................................................................................................. 5631

    Chi Wai Li

    THE IMPACT OF BUILDING COVERAGE IN THE METROPOLITAN AREA ON THE FLOW CALCULATION ............................................................................................................................................................. 5641

    Ming Hsi Hsu

    AN INVESTIGATION INTO WOODY DEBRIS TRAPPED BY RIPARIAN TREES DURING THE YABE RIVER FLOOD IN JULY 2012.......................................................................................................................... 5649

    Muhammad Islamy Rusyda

    RIVER BED DYNAMIC EVOLUTION FOLLOWING LANDSLIDE DAM: A CASE STUDY............................ 5659Domenica Mirauda

  • RANDOM FIELD APPROACH BASED ANALYSIS OF BED FORM HEIGHTS IN CURVED RIVER SECTIONS ......................................................................................................................................................... 5669

    Jochen Aberle

    TEMPORAL CHANGE IN BANKFULL CHARACTERISTICS OF THE YELLOW RIVER: MEANDERING VERSUS BRAIDED REACH ............................................................................................................ 5678

    Yuanjian Wang

    SOME LITTLE KNOWN PROPERTIES OF THE FROUDE NUMBER................................................................. 5690Jaime Ivan Ordonez

    SIMULATION OF THE SEDIMENTATION PROCESSES OF THE XIAOBEIGANLIU REACH, YELLOW RIVER AND THE LOWER WEI RIVER.................................................................................................. 5700

    Shan Zheng

    NUMERICAL ANALYSIS OF SEDIMENT TRANSPORT PROCESSES DURING FLUSHING OF AN ALPINE RESERVOIR............................................................................................................................................. 5711

    Josef Schneider

    MEASURING SUSPENDED SEDIMENT CONCENTRATIONS IN A RESERVOIR BASED ON LASER DIFFRACTION ................................................................................................................................................. 5720

    Stefan Haun

    PHASE ANALYSIS OF THE STRETCHING CYCLES OF THE HEAD OF UNSTEADY GRAVITY CURRENTS DEVELOPING OVER SMOOTH AND ROUGH BEDS...................................................................... 5730

    Mario Franca

    PRELIMINARY PREDICTION ON CRITICAL CONTINUITY DURATION OF DENSITY CURRENT HEAD IN XIAOLANGDI RESERVOIR, YELLOW RIVER................................................................. 5737

    Li Tao

    MONITORING OF SEDIMENT TRANSPORT IN A RESERVOIR USING TIME DOMAIN REFLECTOMETRY ...................................................................................................................................................... 5745

    Chih-Chung Chung

    LES OF LOCK-EXCHANGE GRAVITY CURRENTS PROPAGATING INTO A FULLLY VEGETATED CHANNEL ............................................................................................................................................. 5758

    George Constantinescu

    SUSTAINABLE RESERVOIR SEDIMENTATION MANAGEMENT USING MULTI CRITERIA DECISION MAKING ..................................................................................................................................................... 5764

    Farhad Yazdandoost

    SEDIMENTATION AND FLUSHING OF ALPINE WATER INTAKE RESERVOIRS 2D NUMERICAL SIMULATION BASED ON CALIBRATION DATA OF A HYDRAULIC MODEL TEST................................................................................................................................................................................. 5776

    Manuel Ploerer

    SUSPENDED PARTICLE SETTLING VELOCITIES IN THE THREE GORGES RESERVOIR ....................... 5789Wenjie Li

    PRELIMINARY STUDY ON RESPONSES OF HYDRODYNAMICS IN THE FLOOD SEASON TO POTENTIAL FUTURE SEA LEVEL RISE IN THE CHANGJIANG RIVER ESTUARY, CHINA...................... 5798

    Cuiping Kuang

    INFLUENCE OVER WATER QUALITY DUE TO NUTRIENT LOADING IN THE ROYAL RANGE OF THE ANDES .............................................................................................................................................. 5808

    Evelin Humerez

    SIMULATING STORM RUNOFF PROCESSES AT THE FIELD AND SMALL CATCHMENT USING XINANJIANG MODEL IN AGRICULTURAL NORTH HUAIHE RIVER PLAIN .................................. 5816

    Songjun Han

    ASSESSMENT OF THE FLOW REGIME ALTERATIONS IN THE JUMA RIVER, CHINA ............................. 5823Haige Yu

    OBSERVATION AND ANALYSIS HYDROLOGICAL PROCESSES IN AHEADWATER CATCHMENT IN HONG KONG, CHINA .................................................................................................................. 5833

    Qian Xu

    PRESSURE DISTRIBUTION FROM TSUNAMI BORE IMPACT ON A CYLINDRICAL STRUCTURE .................................................................................................................................................................. 5841

    Seyedreza Shafiei

    POST TSUNAMI ENGINEERING FORENSICS: TSUNAMI IMPACT ON INFRASTRUCTURE LESSONS FROM THREE TSUNAMI SURVEYS: 2004 INDIAN OCEAN, 2010 CHILE, 2011 TOHOKU JAPAN ........................................................................................................................................................... 5851

    Ioan Nistor

    INTRODUCTION TO IAHRS JOHN FISHER KENNEDY STUDENT PAPER COMPETITION...................... 5861Suzanne Kennedy

  • IMPACT OF TSUNAMI-BORNE DEBRIS ON STRUCTURES ............................................................................... 5863Seyedreza Shafiei

    EXPERIMENTAL STUDY OF BIO-FOULING CONTROL OF LIMNOPERNA FORTUNEI IN WATER TRANSFER TUNNELS .................................................................................................................................. 5875

    Mengzhen Xu

    THE FEASIBILITY OF ASTER REMOTE SENSING TECHNIQUE IN THE EFFECTIVE MONITORING OF INLAND WATER QUALITY IN AFRICA................................................................................ 5887

    Philip Nti Nkrumah

    SPANWISE VORTICES AND LARGE-SCALE STRUCTURES IN SMOOTH OPEN CHANNEL FLOWS............................................................................................................................................................................. 5896

    Qiang Zhong

    FISH (SPINIBARBUS HOLLANDI) BEHAVIOR IN RELATION TO CHANGING HYDROLOGICAL CONDITIONS. LABORATORY EXPERIMENTS, NUMERICAL MODELING, AND CASE STUDY ........................................................................................................................................................ 5918

    Rui Han

    STUDY ON EXPERIMENTAL VALIDATION OF INTERACTION MODEL AMONG SEWER PIPE, MANHOLE AND GROUND SURFACE FOR DEVELOPMENT OF INTEGRATED URBAN INUNDATION MODEL ................................................................................................................................................. 5930

    Seungsoo Lee

    ON WAVE-DEFECT INTERACTION IN PRESSURIZED CONDUITS ................................................................. 5939Moez Louati

    MODELLING THE BOTTOM DEPOSITION OF SEDIMENT-LADEN BUOYANT JETS ................................. 5951S. N. Chan

    SKI-JUMP-STEP ENERGY DISSIPATORS ............................................................................................................... 5959Qian Shangtuo

    EULER-LAGRANGIAN LES STUDY OF TWO-PHASE SEDIMENT CLOUD DYNAMICS RELATED TO OPEN-WATER DISPOSAL ................................................................................................................ 5969

    Ruo-Qian Wang

    HAVE WE OVERESTIMATED GLOBAL WARMING? A CASE STUDY OF URBANIZATION INFLUENCE IN MAINLAND CHINA ......................................................................................................................... 5978

    Liqun Sun

    A CATCHMENT BASED APPROACH TO QUANTIFYING AGRICULTURE AND LIVESTOCK VIRTUAL WATER IN FLOODPLAINS OF HUAIHE RIVER BASINA CASE STUDY IN FUNAN COUNTY ........................................................................................................................................................... 5987

    Xiaolei Zhang

    EROSION MODELING OVER A STEEP SLOPE: APPLICATION TO A DIKE OVERTOPPING TEST CASE ..................................................................................................................................................................... 5998

    Sylvie Van Emelen

    EXPERIMENTAL STUDY ON BEDLOAD PULSES IN A STEEP FLUME WITH BOULDERS ........................ 6008Tamara Ghilardi

    THE RELATIONSHIP OF CLIMATE, CULTURE, AND WATER RESOURCES FROM A HOLOCENE RAINFALL RECORD IN THE MIDDLE YANGTZE RIVER, CHINA ........................................... 6018

    Pan Chen

    COMPUTATION OF SPATIALLY DISTRIBUTED RAINFALL BY MERGING RAINGAUGE MEASUREMENTS, SATELLITE OBSERVATIONS AND TOPOGRAPHIC INFORMATION: A CASE STUDY OF THE 21 JULY 2012 RAINSTORM IN BEIJING, CHINA.......................................................... 6028

    Haiyun Shi

    AIR CONCENTRATIONS IN PLUNGE POOLS DUE TO AERATED PLUNGING HIGH-VELOCITY JETS AND DYNAMIC PRESSURES IN UNDERLYING FISSURES ................................................ 6041

    Rafael Duarte

    EXPERIMENTAL INVESTIGATION TO ASSESS THE WAVE ENERGY DISSIPATION FOR ARRAYS OF VERTICAL SLOTTED BARRIERS ..................................................................................................... 6051

    Altaf Taqi

    AN EFFECTIVE EULER-LAGRANGE MODEL FOR SEDIMENT TRANSPORT IN OPEN CHANNEL FLOWS ........................................................................................................................................................ 6066

    Huabin Shi

    HYDRODYNAMICS OF TURBULENT FLOWS WITHIN ARRAYS OF CIRCULAR CYLINDERS ................ 6078Ana Margarida Ricardo

    NUMERICAL SIMULATION OF WAVE OVERTOPPING USING MESH FREE SPH METHOD.................... 6090S. De Chowdhury

  • HYDRAULICS EXPERIMENTAL STUDIES ON THE SPILLWAY OF LONTANGOU RESERVOIR ................................................................................................................................................................... 6102

    Fusheng Wu

    THE FLOW DYNAMICS MECHANISM OF HUMAN CIVILIZATIONS .............................................................. 6110Guanmei Liu

    PROTECTION AND UTILIZATION STRATEGIES FOR GRAND CANAL HERITAGE................................... 6121Jiangang Liu

    RHEOLOGICAL ASPECTS OF FILTRATION IN CAPILLARIES AND POROUS BODIES ............................. 6130M. A. Sattarov

    THE LOCAL GLAND OF ROOF FOR OPEN BENDED CHANNEL WITH SUPERCRITICAL FLOW............................................................................................................................................................................... 6141

    Ruidi Bai

    THE COMPUTATIONAL ANALYSIS AND MODEL TEST STUDY OF THE STILLING- BASIN WITH STEP-DOWN FLOOR........................................................................................................................................ 6144

    Zhijuan Wang

    "WEIRS" IN CHENGDU PLAIN DURING THE DIFFERENT HISTORICAL PERIODS AND VALUE ANALYSES ....................................................................................................................................................... 6150

    Xu-Ming Tan

    THE ANALYSIS ON THE IMPACT OF CHANNEL IMPROVEMENT OF TONGGUAN TO DAYUDU REACH ON RIVER REGIME CHANGE .................................................................................................. 6159

    Jiping Gao

    A MODEL FOR QUICKLY ESTIMATING UNMEASURED VOLUMES DELIVERED TO USERS IN WATER NETWORKS .............................................................................................................................................. 6165

    Federico DellOrfano

    A NEW STYLE RULER AND SUPPORTING IMAGE DETECTION ALGORITHM FOR URBAN FLOOD WATER LEVEL MEASUREMENT .............................................................................................................. 6176

    Daqi Zhang

    A PRELIMINARY DISCUSS ON SOCIAL MANAGEMENT OF LARGE-SCALE HYDROPOWER PROJECT CONSTRUCTION ....................................................................................................................................... 6184

    Junping He

    JOHN FISHER KENNEDY C STUDENT AND STATESMAN OF HYDRAULIC ENGINEERING .................. 6190Robert Ettema

    TIDE LEVEL RESPONSE TO UPSTREAM DISCHARGE VARIATION IN YANGTZE ESTUARY................. 6199Huaping Qi

    WATER PRICE VARIATION ANALYSES & POLICY SUGGESTIONS ON TYPICAL WATER INTAKE AREAS IN THE SOUTH-NORTH WATER TRANSFER PROJECT, CHINA ....................................... 6208

    Xiaoli Jia

    SUNFLOWER RESPONSE MODEL OF WATER AND FERTILIZER UNDER SAIL STRESS.......................... 6216Delong Tian

    TUNING OF PI CONTROLLERS FOR MIDDLE ROUTE SOUTH-NORTH WATER TRANSFER PROJECT ........................................................................................................................................................................ 6224

    Xiaochen Guo

    RESEARCH OF ORIFICE FLUX DISTRIBUTION LAW OF NON-EQUAL INERTIA HYDRAULIC SYNCHRONOUS SYSTEM FOR HYDRO-FLOATING SHIP LIFT.............................................. 6234

    Xue Shu

    RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN PHYSIOLOGICAL INDICATORS OF OAT AND METEOROLOGICAL FACTOR IN TIBETS ALPINE PASTORAL AREAS ....................................................... 6244

    Pengcheng Tang

    THE ECOLOGICAL FOOTPRINT MODEL AND ITS APPLICATION OF THE YELLOW RIVER WATER SUPPLY PROJECT ........................................................................................................................................ 6252

    Liping Wang

    EXPERIMENTAL DERIVATION OF THE EMPIRIC EQUATION TO CALCULATE THE TIME REQUIRED FOR WETTING THE CROP ROOT HORIZON (ON EXAMPLE OF SOILS IN ARARAT VALLEY, ARMENIA) .................................................................................................................................. 6260

    Mihran Margaryan

    ON WAVE-DEFECT INTERACTION IN PRESSURIZED CONDUITS ................................................................. 6268Moez Louati

    FAST QUALITY ASSESSMENT OF CONCRETE FACE ROCKFILL DAM COMPACTION BASING ON REAL-TIME ROLLERS BEHAVIOR MONITORING ..................................................................... 6280

    Donghai Liu

  • FLOW VELOCITY PROFILES IN STEPPED CHUTES........................................................................................... 6289Bo Wang

    VOLUME 8

    CONTRAST AND ANALYSIS ON HYDRAULIC CHARACTERISTICS OF GONGBOXIA HORIZONTAL GYRATING DISCHARGE TUNNEL BETWEEN PROTOTYPE AND MODELS .................... 6298

    Junhu Nan

    PREDICTION OF DYNAMIC FORCES ON BROAD CRESTED WEIR WITHIN A LARGE CIRCULAR OPEN CHANNEL ..................................................................................................................................... 6307

    John Demetriou

    RESEARCH ON SAFETY EVALUATION INDEX SYSTEM BASED ON CONSEQUENCE-REVERSE-DIFFUSION METHOD OF YELLOW RIVER LEVEE ......................................................................... 6314

    Feng Feng

    EFFECT OF CONTRACTION ON BACKWARD-FACING STEP FLOW ............................................................. 6320Tiegang Zheng

    STUDY ON CAVITATION CHARACTERISTICS OF FLOW IN DIVERSION TUNNEL OF SHUIBUYA HYDRAULIC PROJECT ......................................................................................................................... 6328

    Bole Jiang

    APPLICATION OF THE HYDRAULIC ELEVATOR DAM IN A HIGH LATITUDE AND SANDY RIVER .............................................................................................................................................................................. 6333

    Yuefen Zhao

    RESEARCH OF COMPLEX PARAMETER SOLUTION OF STOCHASTIC SEEPAGE AND THE SIMULATION OF RANDOM FIELD BY THREE-DIMENSIONAL PERTURBATION STOCHASTIC FINITE ELEMENT METHOD........................................................................................................... 6340

    Meili Zhan

    MODEL TESTS ON THE MULTI-LEVEL POWER INTAKES OF XILUODU PROJECT ................................. 6353Zhang Wenyuan

    EXPERIMENT AND NUMERICAL SIMULATION STUDY ON HYDRAULIC CHARACTERISTICS OF THE SPILLWAY JET NAPPE ........................................................................................ 6360

    Hongcheng Xue

    MODAL PARAMETER IDENTIFICATION OF THE ROOF OVERFLOW HYDROPOWER STATION UNDER AMBIENT EXCITATION............................................................................................................ 6368

    Yan Zhang

    DIFFRACTION OF A SOLITARY WAVE BY AN INFINITELY LONG BREAKWATER WITH A GAP .................................................................................................................................................................................. 6378

    Chih-Hua Chang

    A FLOW POWER BASED APPROACH FOR SIDE WEIRS .................................................................................... 6386Francesco Granata

    EXPERIMENTAL INVESTIGATION ON FLOW AROUND A CYLINDER GROUP IN FREE SURFACE CROSS FLOW ............................................................................................................................................. 6394

    Qiang Li

    STUDY ON THE OVERALL STEADY OF HYDRAULIC HOIST FOR WATER ENGINEERING.................... 6401Jianping Zhao

    EXPERIMENTAL STUDY OF THE FLOW FIELD IN SUBMERSIBLE MIXER WITH PIV ............................. 6411Fei Tian

    ENGINEERING APPROACH TO PREDICTING FREE SURFACE VORTICES AT LOW-HEAD HYDROPOWER INTAKES .......................................................................................................................................... 6418

    Frank Suerich-Gulick

    RESEARCH ON HYDRAULIC CHARACTERISTICS AND ENERGY DISSIPATION OF NEW SHAPE OVERFLOW DAM........................................................................................................................................... 6430

    Hongliang Sun

    INVESTIGATION ON THE FLOW CHARACTERISTICS OF THE BOTTOM AERATORS ON THE CHUTE WITH A CIRCULAR ARC SECTION ................................................................................................. 6438

    Yimin Xu

    EXPERIMENTAL RESEARCH ON AIR CONCENTRATION OF FLOW AFTER BOTTOM AERATORS ON CHUTE WITH ANTI-ARC .............................................................................................................. 6444

    Yimin Xu

    DISCUSSION ON SLUICE GATE DESIGN OF LOW-HEAD FLOOD DISCHARGING STRUCTURE .................................................................................................................................................................. 6451

    Tong Zhongshan

  • INVERSE ANALYSIS OF ROCK PARAMETERS FOR DIVERSION TUNNEL USING BP NEURAL NETWORKS .................................................................................................................................................. 6456

    Li Jingbo

    WATER SURFACE PROFILES IN A TUNNEL BEND WITH HIGH VELOCITY ............................................... 6466Bo Wang

    PHYSICAL AND NUMERICAL MODELLING OF THE WAKE CHARACTERISTICS OF THE SAVONIUS TIDAL STREAM TURBINE .................................................................................................................... 6475

    James Brammer

    PHYSICAL AND NUMERICAL MODELLING OF THE SEVERN BARRAGE.................................................... 6483James Brammer

    QUANTIFICATION AND VISUALISATION OF BLOCKAGE EFFECTS FOR A SAVONIUS TYPE TURBINE USING PARTICLE IMAGE VELOCIMETRY ............................................................................ 6491

    Tom Harries

    HYDRAULIC EXPERIMENTAL RESEARCH OF STEPPED SPILLWAY ........................................................... 6500Dongmei Hou

    RESEARCH ON INDUSTRIAL HERITAGE PROTECTION AND UTILIZATION AT PROJECT OPERATING PERIOD THE THREE GORGES PROJECT MUSEUM PLAN ................................................... 6506

    Jun Deng

    SHORT-TERM MANAGEMENT OF HYDROPOWER ASSETS UNDER UNCERTAIN METEOROLOGICAL FORCING ................................................................................................................................ 6512

    Dirk Schwanenberg

    CONCEPTS FOR PUMPED-STORAGE HYDRO- ELECTRICITY USING UNDERGROUND COAL MINES ................................................................................................................................................................. 6519

    Rodolfo Alvarado Montero

    DEVELOPMENT OF EMPIRICAL EQUATION FOR TRANSVERSE DISPERSION COEFFICIENT WITH THEORETICAL BASE IN SINUOUS RIVERS.................................................................. 6527

    Kyong Oh Baek

    3-D FLOW CHARACTERISTIC OF THERMALLY STRATIFIED WATER IN RESERVOIRS ........................ 6533Bingdong Li

    FLOW CHARACTERISTICS OF RECTANGULAR OPEN CHANNELS WITH COMPOUND VEGETATION ROUGHNESS ...................................................................................................................................... 6542

    Yuhong Zeng

    PARTICLE TRACKING MODEL AND ITS APPLICATION TO XIANGXI RIVER ........................................... 6550Li Jian

    ANALYSIS OF THE TEMPERATURE DISTRIBUTION IN BAILIANYA RESERVOIR .................................... 6557Yun Lou

    MODELLING FATE AND TRANSPORT OF FAECAL BACTERIA IN THE RIBBLE ESTUARY, UK ..................................................................................................................................................................................... 6566

    Guanghai Gao

    NON-UNIFORM OPEN CHANNEL FLOWS STUDY USING THREE-DIMENSIONAL TURBULENCE MEASUREMENTS............................................................................................................................. 6572

    Jaan Hui Pu

    TEST STUDY ON THE INFLUENCE FACTORS OF WATER EROSION IN DESERT GRASSLAND AREAS .................................................................................................................................................... 6582

    Yanping Liu

    A REFINED RANDOM WALK SIMULATION OF SCALAR MIXING IN VEGETATED-OPEN-CHANNEL FLOWS ........................................................................................................................................................ 6587

    Xuefei Wu

    SIMULATION OF RADIONUCLIDE DIFFUSION OF AN INLAND NUCLEAR POWER PLANT UNDER ACCIDENT CONDITION BASED ON FLUENT ........................................................................................ 6596

    Yanchen Zhou

    EXPERIMENTAL STUDY ON DEGRADATION OF P-NITROPHENOL BY HYDRODYNAMIC CAVITATION DUE TO SQUARE ORIFICES PLATES ........................................................................................... 6605

    Bin Bing

    INVERSE ESTIMATION OF FLOW RESISTANCE OF VEGETATION IN THE ASAHI RIVER DURING A FLOOD ........................................................................................................................................................ 6613

    Keisuke Yoshida

    SHIP-INDUCED WAVES ON THE AUSTRIAN DANUBE EAST OF VIENNA..................................................... 6622Norbert Krouzecky

    NUMERICAL MODELING OF FLOW AND POLLUTANT TRANSPORT IN CHONGQING REACH OF THE YANGTZE RIVER........................................................................................................................... 6630

    Chongming Li

  • AN EXPERIMENTAL STUDY ON HORIZONTAL BUOYANT JET IN CROSS-FLOW WITH PLIF TECHNIQUE......................................................................................................................................................... 6641

    Wang Yong

    MODELING WATERSHED-SCALE NITROGEN LOADING REDUCTION EFFICIENCY OF AN AGRICULTURAL CONSERVATION MANAGEMENT BY SCENARIO ANALYSIS ......................................... 6647

    Zhaoxia Zeng

    EFFECTS OF BIOCHAR AND LIME APPLICATION ON SOLUBLE CD, PB, AS RELEASE AND NON-POINT LOADS OF RICE AGROECOSYSTEM BY IN SITU FIELD EXPERIMENT, CENTRAL HUNAN PROVINCE MINING AREA ..................................................................................................... 6655

    Xiaoli Liu

    NUMERICAL SIMULATION OF FLOW STRUCTURE IN THE SINGLE VERTICAL SLOT FISHWAY ........................................................................................................................................................................ 6664

    Yonghuan Bian

    NUMERICAL INVESTIGATION OF EFFECTIVE PARAMETERS ON SALINITY STRATIFICATION IN DAM RESERVOIRS CAUSED BY THE HALITE KARST SYSTEM............................. 6671

    Seyed Mahdi Hashemi Heydari

    THREE-DIMENSIONAL NUMERICAL SIMULATION OF THE THERMAL STRUCTURE IN A DEEP RESERVOIR ........................................................................................................................................................ 6679

    Guangning Li

    PRIMARY INVESTIGATIONS OF SEDIMENT TRANSPORT AND DEPOSITION FOR DAM REMOVAL PROJECT, ARASE DAM, KUMAGAWA RIVER, JAPAN ................................................................. 6685

    Kazuaki Ohtsuki

    THE INFLUENCE OF TEMPORAL AND SPATIAL BOUNDARY CONDITION VARIATION ON THE PARAMETER SENSITIVITY OF WASP........................................................................................................... 6694

    Zhang Zhiming

    MODEL ASSESSMENT OF WATER QUALITY IN SARAWAK RIVER, MALAYSIA ....................................... 6701Nurlailah Abdillah

    A NEW TRACEABILITY METHOD OF ACCIDENTAL WATER POLLUTION EVENTS BASED ON DIFFERENTIAL EVOLUTION AND MONTE CARLO .................................................................................... 6710

    Haidong Yang

    RESEARCH ON THE WATER ENVIRONMENTAL CARRYING CAPACITY OF WU-YI CANAL ................ 6718Xue-Jun Gao

    EXPERIMENTAL STUDY ON VORTICES FORMATION AND DEVELOPMENT PROCESS AROUND SUCTION PIPE IN PUMP SUMP............................................................................................................... 6725

    Yun He

    SIMULATION OF SALINITY IN GUDAO ................................................................................................................. 6733Wu Chunbin

    WATER ECOSYSTEM SERVICE FUNCTION ASSESSMENT RESEARCH BASED ON ECO-HYDROLOGICAL PROCESSIN LUANHE RIVER BASIN, CHINA ...................................................................... 6739

    Cheng Zhang

    TOLERANCES OF DIFFERENT FISH SPECIES EXPOSED TO TOTAL DISSOLVED GAS SUPERSATURATED WATER...................................................................................................................................... 6755

    Wen Jiang

    BRIEF DISCUSSION ON PLANTS AND FISH HABITAT AND THE DESIGN OF IMITATED ECOLOGICAL FISHWAY............................................................................................................................................ 6762

    Fusheng Wu

    MAXIMAL DISSOLVED MATTER DISCHARGE OF THE AMUR RIVER ......................................................... 6769Vladimir Pavlovich Shesterkin

    NUMERICAL SIMULATION OF XIANGXI RIVER ALGAL BLOOM AND THE COUNTERMEASURES ................................................................................................................................................. 6775

    Li Jian

    PREDICTING THE RISK OF HYDROGEN SULFIDE ZONES FORMATION AT THE AMUR RIVER TRANSBOUNDARY AREA............................................................................................................................. 6782

    Diana Andreeva

    PHYSICAL MODELING OF WATER, FAUNA AND FLORA: A FORESIGHT STUDY FOR ECOHYDRAULICS........................................................................................................................................................ 6788

    Robert E. Thomas

    HABITAT SUITABILITY OF TOR SINENSIS IN THE MIDDLE REACH OF THE LANCANG RIVER .............................................................................................................................................................................. 6796

    Yujun Yi

  • VARIANCES OF MACROINVERTEBRATE ASSEMBLAGES IN DIFFERENT HABITAT CONDITIONS OF THE WEST RIVER, WITH IMPLICATIONS FOR MANAGEMENT OF RIVERS AFFECTED BY CHANNEL REGULATION PROJECTS ......................................................................... 6805

    Baozhu Pan

    LANDSCAPE PATTERN AND VARIATION TREND OF WETLAND IN GRO-PASTORAL ECOTONE ....................................................................................................................................................................... 6814

    Jinrong Li

    CONTENT TOXIC ELEMENTS IN FREEZE-UP OF THE AMUR RIVER ........................................................... 6824Kondratyeva Liubov

    LABORATORIAL METHOD TO ESTABLISH FISH HABITAT SUITABILITY CURVE .................................. 6829Yisi Zhuge

    INFLUENCE OF GEZHOUBA PROJECT DISPATCHING ON FLOW CONDITION OF CHINESE STURGEON SPAWNING GROUND ........................................................................................................................... 6837

    Huang Minghai

    STUDY ON GROWTH RESPONSE OF SALIX KOREENSIS CUTTINGS UNDER WATER-LOGGING CONDITION ............................................................................................................................................... 6844

    Eunjin Kim

    INTELLIGENT SIMULATION OF LAND USE CHANGE AND ITS HYDROLOGICAL EFFECTS: A CASE OF HANJIANG BASIN ................................................................................................................................... 6850

    Zhimin Deng

    INFLUENCE OF UNSTEADY FLOW ON FLOW ENVIRONMENT IN TYPICAL SPAWNING GROUND OF SCHIZOTHORAXPRENANTI............................................................................................................. 6861

    Shuang Xu

    SEASONAL CHANGES TO HYPORHEIC ZONE WATER EXCHANGE IN A COASTAL PLAIN DRAIN .............................................................................................................................................................................. 6867

    Hani Mohamad

    RESEARCH ON THE WATER QUALITY SIMULATION OF SHIYAN RESERVOIR BASED ON WASP7.3 MODEL........................................................................................................................................................... 6876

    Anna Xu

    EFFECTS OF THE WITHDRAWAL RATE ON THE WATER TEMPERATURE RELEASED FROM SIDE TYPE ORIFICE INTAKES IN THERMAL STRATIFIED RESERVOIRS ...................................... 6885

    Yunpeng Han

    APPLICATION OF HABITAT SUITABILITY MODEL FOR RIVER BANK-LINE PLANNING ...................... 6889Li Dang

    IMPACT OF THE CASCADED RESERVOIRS OPERATION ON THE ECOHYDROLOGY OF THE NATIONAL NATURE RESERVE FOR THE RARE AND ENDEMIC FISHES IN THE UPPER REACHES OF THE YANGTZE RIVER........................................................................................................ 6897

    Zhao Li

    ECOSYSTEM HEALTH PRE-ASSESSMENT OFWATER DIVERSION PROJECT EFFECT ON GEHU LAKE ................................................................................................................................................................... 6905

    Jing Chen

    ANALYSIS ON THE TOPOGRAPHY CHANGES OF THE FOUR MAJOR CHINESE CARPS SPAWNING GROUNDS IN YIDU REACH................................................................................................................. 6913

    Haixia Bai

    STUDY ON METHODS FOR ENVIRONMENTAL FLOWWITH IMPACT OF WATER STRUCTURES ................................................................................................................................................................ 6919

    Jing Chen

    MODELLING THE IMPACT OF WATER DIVERSION IN AN IDEALISED RIVER-LAKE SYSTEM........................................................................................................................................................................... 6927

    Fei Wang

    EVALUATION OF HUMAN IMPACT ON ESTUARINE HABITAT OF ENDANGERED FISH LARVAE AND EFFECT PREDICTION FOR THE RESTORATION ..................................................................... 6935

    Kazuaki Ohtsuki

    EFFECTS OF RIVER HYDROLOGICAL STATUS ON GONADAL DEVELOPMENT OF BREEDING POPULATION OF CHINESE STURGEON IN THE YANGTZE RIVER: INFERRED FROM A ON-SITE OBSERVATION............................................................................................................................ 6943

    Hui Zhang

    THE PHYTOPLANKTON COMMUNITY STRUCTURE AND ITS RELATIONSHIP WITH THE WATER ENVIRONMENT IN THE CHISHUI RIVER, A PROTECTED TRIBUTARY OF THE YANGTZE RIVER.......................................................................................................................................................... 6952

    Hui Zhang

  • PREDICTION OF WATER LEVEL AND SALINITY OF LAKES BY USING ARTIFICIAL NEURAL NETWORKS, CASE STUDY: LAKE URMIA........................................................................................... 6961

    M. S. Sadeghian

    NUMERICAL SIMULATION OF FLOW AND UPSTREAM FISH MOVEMENT INSIDE A POOL-AND-WEIR FISHWAY .................................................................................................................................................. 6969

    Shokry Abdelaziz

    RECOVERY EFFECT OF DIFFERENT IRRIGATION AMOUNT ON DEGRADED GRASSLAND ................. 6979Tianming Gao

    EFFECT OF WATER LEVEL REGULATION ON THE PASSAGE EFFECTIVENESS OF THE CHANGZHOU FISHWAY ON THE PEARL RIVER, CHINA ................................................................................. 6985

    Jiangping Tao

    EFFECT OF COMPREHENSIVE WATER TRANSFERRING ON FRACTIONAL VEGETATION COVERAGE IN DIAOKOU RIVER BASED ON REMOTE SENSING................................................................... 6995

    Guotao Dong

    WATER QUALITY ASSESSMENT OF SRI SERDANG POND, MALAYSIA ....................................................... 7004Nurlailah Abdillah

    STUDY ON CONTROL TREATMENT FOR NON-POINT SOURCE POLLUTION OF THE UPPER-RIVER BASIN OF MIYUN RESERVOIR BASED ON EMPIRICAL ........................................................ 7012

    Jian Jiao

    CORRELATION BETWEEN RIVER SUBSTRATE HETEROGENEITY AND BENTHIC MACROINVERTEBRATE DIVERSITY ..................................................................................................................... 7022

    Zhao Jinyong

    A STUDY ON VEGETATION-EOLIAN SAND EROSION DYNAMICS AND ITS APPLICATIONS ................. 7032Yanfu Li

    IMPACT OF XIAOLANGDI DAM SEDIMENT FLUSHING ON FISH AND ENVIRONMENTAL FRIENDLY MANAGEMENT ....................................................................................................................................... 7042

    Fengran Xu

    CHANGES OF N CONCENTRATION AND EFFECTS OF POLLUTION REDUCING AND WATER SAVING IN PADDY FIELD UNDER CONTROLLED DRAINAGE........................................................ 7050

    Bin Lu

    AFFECTS OF IRRIGATION PATTERN ON THE ADSORPTION AND DESORPTION OF PHOSPHORUS ON THE PADDY-FIELD SOILS....................................................................................................... 7057

    Xueyan Lv

    STUDY ON PROPER IMPLEMENTATION OF CONTROL MEASURES REMOVING PHOSPHOROUS AND ALGAE .................................................................................................................................... 7065

    Cuichao Pang

    DYNAMIC MODELING OF SOIL NITROGEN BUDGET AND VEGETATION COLONIZATION IN SEDIMENT BARS OF A REGULATED RIVER ................................................................................................... 7070

    Takashi Asaeda

    APPLICATION OF MULTIPLE ENVIRONMENTAL FLOW METHODOLOGIES TO OPTIMIZE CASCADE DAMS OPERATION FOR ECOLOGICAL CONSIDERATIONS IN THE LOWER JINSHA RIVER............................................................................................................................................................... 7077

    Zhengjie Yin

    RESEARCH OF ECO-COMPENSATION MECHANISM AMONG BASIN CASCADE HYDROPOWER STATION DEVELOPMENT........................................................................................................... 7085

    Mengjing Guo

    THE DEVELOPMENT AND APPLICATION OF REAL-TIME WATER ENVIRONMENT MANAGEMENT SYSTEM BASED ON GIS ............................................................................................................... 7090

    Taiwei Wang

    ADSORPTION AND TRANSFER REGULATION OF HEAVY METALS IN BIOFILMS GROWN ON ROCKS AND INERT CARRIES IN TIDAL RIVERS ......................................................................................... 7098

    Zhaoxu Li

    ENVIRONMENTAL ASSESSMENT OF A FREE-FLOWING HIGH-BIODIVERSITY STRETCH OF THE UPPER YANGTZE RIVER: IMPLICATIONS FOR RIVER MANAGEMENT...................................... 7107

    Hui Zhang

    RESEARCH ON A NEW TYPE OF BIO-TREATMENT FLOATING ISLAND FOR THE ALGAE-MANIPULATION MECHANISM AND REMOVAL EFFICIENCY ........................................................................ 7117

    Yijie Wang

    GROUNDWATER QUALITY IN TERMS OF NITRATE AND SALINITY ALONG A COASTAL STRIP SUBJECTED TO EXTENSIVE PUMPING ACTIVITIES AND TO ARTIFICIAL RECHARGE .................................................................................................................................................................... 7130

    Mahad Baawain

  • RATIONAL UTILIZATION ON DREDGED SLUDGE WITH HEAVY METALS IN XINBIAN RIVER CONSERVANCY PROJECT ........................................................................................................................... 7141

    Zhi Yang

    IMPACTS OF RURAL HYDROPOWER STATIONS ON ECOLOGICAL ENVIRONMENT IN THE YANGTZE RIVER BASIN ................................................................................................................................... 7147

    Huiqun Cao

    AN ASSESSMENT OF RUNOFF TRENDS IN FENHE CATCHMENT AND ITS POTENTIAL CAUSE ............................................................................................................................................................................. 7157

    Caihong Hu

    RESEARCH ON THE SPATIOTEMPORAL DIFFERENTIATION LAW OF WATER TEMPERATURE STRUCTURE IN LARGE RESERVOIR OF CHINA ................................................................. 7169

    Shijie Zhang

    DISTRIBUTION CHARACTERISTICS AND POLLUTION ASSESSMENTS OF HEAVY METALS IN SEDIMENTS FROM ZHANGWEINAN CANAL .................................................................................................. 7182

    Guoliang Li

    INDEX SYSTEM OF LAKE HEALTH ASSESSMENT AND ITS APPLICATION ON 5 LAKES IN SOUTHERN JIANGSU PROVINCE ............................................................................................................................ 7190

    Ting Xia

    THE EFFECT OF LAND USE AND CLIMATE CHANGE ON SOIL EROSION IN JIALING RIVER BASIN, CHINA .................................................................................................................................................. 7198

    Yan Liu

    WARMF MODEL SIMULATION OF NONPOINT SOURCES POLLUTION IN CHAOHE RIVER WATERSHED ................................................................................................................................................................. 7206

    Runzhe Geng

    COMPARISON OF CELL-IN-SERIES AND MESOSCALE PHYSICAL HABITAT SAMPLING FOR THE INTERPRETATION OF SPATIOTEMPORAL VARIATION OF STREAM WATER QUALITY ........................................................................................................................................................................ 7213

    Pattiyage I. A. Gomes

    VOLUME 9

    EFFICIENCY EVALUATION ON THE INTEGRATED HYDRO-ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT OF TAI LAKE BASIN ..................................................................................................................... 7221

    Amin Du

    STUDY ON THE EFFECT OF IN-SITU CONTROL TECHOLOGY OF PHOSPHORUS RELEASE IN LAKE SEDIMENTS BY LAB SIMULATION........................................................................................................ 7231

    Shiquan Sun

    ANALYSIS OF FLUORIDE SOURCE AND REMOVAL METHODS IN HIGH-FLUORIDE GROUNDWATER AREAS ............................................................................................................................................ 7238

    Ruigang Sun

    NUMERICAL SIMULATION OF MULTIPHASE FLOW IN ANAEROBIC BAFFLED REACTOR.................. 7246Donghui Zhou

    A STUDY OF FILLINGS OF HUMAN SENSE TO THE WATER ENVIRONMENT OF HORI RIVER, NAGOYA, JAPAN............................................................................................................................................ 7253

    Ugendra Regmi

    A NEW WATER TRANSFER METHOD BASED ON HYDRODYNAMIC PERFORMANCE FOR WATER QUALITY IMPROVEMENT OF URBAN WATER BODY ....................................................................... 7264

    Kui Xu

    INCIPIENT VEHICLE MOVEMENT IN SUPERCRITICAL AND SUBCRITICAL FLOWS FOR URBAN FLOODS............................................................................................................................................................ 7271

    Nicholas Humphries

    EXPERIMENTAL RESEARCH ON THE PURIFICATION OF URBAN SURFACE WATER ............................ 7278Rui Liu

    WATER CYCLING AND REPLACING STRATEGY STUDY FOR INTERCONNECTED WATER SYSTEM NETWORK IN TIANJIN BINHAI NEW AREA ........................................................................................ 7286

    Wenyuan Fei

    A STORM-INUNDATION SIMULATING MODEL BASED ON GIS...................................................................... 7292E. Er. Dun

    A HYDRUS-1D BASED EVALUATION OF THE EFFECTS OF GREEN ROOF DESIGNS ON RUNOFF CONTROL ..................................................................................................................................................... 7301

    Qiaoling Tang

  • NUMERICAL COMPARISON OF THREE- AND TWO-DIMENSIONAL MODEL FOR MODELING MEANDERING CHANNEL FLOW...................................................................................................... 7309

    Suiliang Huang

    MORPHOLOGICAL DEVELOPMENT OF THE DUTCH WADDEN SEA ........................................................... 7317Z. B. Wang

    THE SAND ENGINE: A SOLUTION FOR THE DUTCH DELTA IN THE 21ST CENTURY?............................ 7325Marcel Stive

    ABUTMENT FAILURE DURING BRIDGE WATERWAY SCOUR ....................................................................... 7334Robert Ettema

    INTEGRATED MODEL FOR RIVER EMBANKMENT FAILURE DUE TO OVERTOPPING.......................... 7341Hajime Nakagawa

    FLOW CHARACTERISTICS ON DAM DOWNSTREAM SLOPE UNDER THE CONDITION OF EXCEEDING STANDARD FLOOD ............................................................................................................................. 7356

    Yun Li

    BYPASS DRIFTWOOD RETENTION RIVER SIHL................................................................................................. 7367Lukas Schmocker

    STEPPED SPILLWAYS: TECHNICAL ADVANCE FROM 1900 ............................................................................ 7379Willi H. Hager

    PRESENT ACHIEVEMENTS AND KEY CHALLENGES IN MODELING HYDROLOGIC IMPACTS OF CLIMATE CHANGE ............................................................................................................................ 7387

    Chong-Yu Xu

    PHYSICAL MODEL TESTS FOR THE CONSTRUCTION STAGES OF LARGE BREAKWATERS. THE CASES OF THE ENLARGEMENTS TO THE PORTS OF BARCELONA AND CORUA. (SPAIN)................................................................................................................................................ 7394

    R. Gutirrez Serret

    ON THE SHORELINE AND RIVER MOUTH MORPHOLOGY CHANGES AROUND SAMEGAWA RIVER FOLLOWING THE GREAT EAST JAPAN TSUNAMI OF 2011 ...................................... 7406

    Hitoshi Tanaka

    EXPERIMENTAL FLUVIAL PROCESSES AND NUMERICAL SIMULATION OF MAIN CHANNEL INDUCED BY THE TRIBUTARY OF DEBRIS FLOW ........................................................................ 7416

    Su-Chin Chen

    ECOLOGICAL PERFORMANCE OF BOTTOM INTAKES.................................................................................... 7434Farhad Yazdandoost

    RIVER ICE PROCESS, THEORY, AND MATHEMATICAL MODELING ........................................................ 7442Hung Tao Shen

    CORRELATIONS AMONG ENVIRONMENTAL AND PHYSICAL FACTORS RELATED TO RIPARIAN VEGETATION RECRUITMENT IN AN UNREGULATED STREAM............................................... 7454

    Hyoseop Woo

    ON THE EFFECTIVENESS OF LEVEES FOR FLOOD CONTROL: AN APPLICATION OF THE HYDRAULIC PERFORMANCE GRAPH METHOD ................................................................................................ 7461

    Marcelo H. Garcia

    EFFICIENCY AND UNCERTAINTY IN MICRO- AND MESOSCALE HABITAT MODELLING .................... 7475Helmut Habersack

    REALLOCATION OF DISCRETIONARY DIVERSION FROM LAKE MICHIGAN TO IMPROVE WATER QUALITY IN THE CHICAGO AREA WATERWAYS SYSTEM ............................................................ 7483

    Charles S. Melching

    THE EFFECTS OF HYDRODYNAMIC AND GRANULAR CONTROLS ON BED LOAD FLUX INTERMITTENCY: APPLICATION TO MOUNTAIN STREAMS......................................................................... 7494

    A. N. Papanicolaou

    ADVANCES IN SEDIMENT TRANSPORT UNDER COMBINED WAVES AND CURRENTS .......................... 7502Yongjun Lu

    MODELING POLLUTANT ROUTING IN RUNOFF IN AGRICULTURAL WATERSHEDS: A MIXED APPROACH ...................................................................................................................................................... 7518

    Mara Jos Polo

    REQUIRED MARITIME AND COASTAL HYDRAULIC RESEARCH LEARNED FROM TSUNAMI DISASTERS BY THE 2011 TOHOKU EARTHQUAKE ........................................................................ 7529

    Hajime Mase

    TIDAL BORE RESEARCH: FIELD WORKS, PHYSICAL MODELING, CFD & MORE ................................... 7537Hubert Chanson

    SEDIMENT FLUSHING USING TIPPING FLUSH GATE IN AN OPEN STORM CONCRETE DRAIN A CASE STUDY IN NIBONG TEBAL, PENANG, MALAYSIA .............................................................. 7548

    Aminuddin Ab. Ghani

  • CLIMATE CHANGE CONSIDERATION IN HYDROPOWER DEVELOPMENT IN NEPAL HIMALAYAN REGION................................................................................................................................................. 7555

    Jagat K. Bhusal

    LEWIS AND CLARK RESERVOIR SEDIMENTATION AND FLUSHING SIMULATIONS ............................. 7566Chih Ted Yang

    THE UKS FIRST CLIMATE CHANGE RISK ASSESSMENT AND THE IMPLICATIONS FOR WATER RESOURCES AND FLOODING................................................................................................................... 7575

    Ian Townend

    DESIGN FLOOD ESTIMATION A HYDROINFORMATIC PROBLEM ............................................................ 7586James E. Ball

    BUILDING WITH NATURE: TOWARDS SUSTAINABLE HYDRAULIC ENGINEERING............................... 7595Huib De Vriend

    DETECTION AND ATTRIBUTION OF CLIMATE CHANGE IN HYDROLOGY: AN OVERVIEW ................ 7603P. P. Mujumdar

    RIVER SELF-FORMATION AND REGIME CHANNEL GEOMETRY IN THE LIGHT OF THERMODYNAMIC PRINCIPLES ............................................................................................................................ 7612

    Ana Maria Ferreira Da Silva

    2011 TOHOKU TSUNAMI AND FUTURE DIRECTIONS FOR TSUNAMI DISASTER MITIGATION ................................................................................................................................................................. 7624

    Shinji Sato

    HYDROACOUSTICS: EMERGING MEASUREMENT TECHNOLOGY FOR IN-SITU CHARACTERIZATION OF RIVER HYDRO-MORPHODYNAMICS ................................................................... 7634

    Marian Muste

    HYDROINFORMATICS CHALLENGES: WEB APPLICATIONS FOR STAKEHOLDERS .............................. 7646Andreja Jonoski

    COMPUTATIONS OF TURBULENT FLOW AND TRANSPORT IN VEGETATED OPEN-CHANNEL USING REYNOLDS STRESS MODEL ................................................................................................... 7658

    Sung-Uk Choi

    SUBMERGED COASTAL STRUCTURES: OVERVIEW OF SOME RECENT RESULTS.................................. 7667Constantine D. Memos

    SEDIMENT TRANSPORT AND HYDROPOWER DEVELOPMENT IN GLACIER FED RIVERS ................... 7679Jim Bogen

    THEORY ANALYSIS ON 3D FLOW FIELD AND MORPHOLOGY BY EXTERNAL AND INTERNAL MODE FOR CONSTANT CURVATURE BEND RIVER..................................................................... 7690

    Yuchuan Bai

    FLASH FLOOD IN A MOUNTAIN STREAM WITH PULSED SEDIMENT INPUT FOLLOWING AN EARTHQUAKE: CASE STUDY OF LONGXI RIVER ....................................................................................... 7709

    Xudong Fu

    INTRODUCTION TO RADIOLOGICAL HYDROLOGY: A KINEMATIC MODEL TO ESTIMATE THE EFFECTIVE DOSE OF RADIOACTIVE SUBSTANCES IN THE HUMAN BODY FOR RADIOLOGICAL PROTECTION ...................................................................................................................... 7717

    Tadashi Yamada

    KEY TECHNICAL ISSUES AND RESEARCH WORK IN YALONG RIVER HYDROPOWER DEVELOPMENT ............................................................................................................................................................ 7730

    Yunhua Chen

    NEW PROGRESS FOR BETTER DEVELOPMENT OF DAMS AND RESERVOIRS.......................................... 7738Jinsheng Jia

    IDF CURVES AT UNGAUGED SITES UNDER ANTICIPATED CHANGING CLIMATE ................................. 7746Shie-Yui Liong

    FORMATION MECHANISM OF GIANT DEBRIS FLOW: A CASE STUDY IN ZHOUQU, CHINA ................ 7758P. Cui

    THE WELDING RESIDUAL STRESS TEST TECHNIQUES FOR THE EASILY CRACK REGION OF FRANCIS RUNNERS............................................................................................................................................... 7767

    Guangfu Cheng

    STUDY ON SEDIMENT TRANSPORT AND LANDFORM AT CHANNEL CONFLUENCE.............................. 7773Tonghuan Liu

    A GENERAL FORM OF SEDIMENT TRANSPORT EQUATIONS IN ALLUVIAL CHANNELS...................... 7781Caian Huang

    MOMENTUM AND SCALAR MIXING ACROSS JET-FLUID INTERFACE OF SUBMERGED RECTANGULAR JET.................................................................................................................................................... 7790

    Shengcheng Huang

  • COMPARISON OF FIVE PARTICLE SETTLING VELOCITY FORMULAE FOR NATURAL SEDIMENT...................................................................................................................................................................... 7800

    Jiang Yu

    DEPENDENCE OF SEDIMENT DELIVERY RATIO ON SCALE AND ITS FRACTAL CHARACTERISTICS .................................................................................................................................................... 7806

    Xiaoming Zhang

    INNOVATIVE APPROACHES IN SEDIMENT TRANSPORT MONITORING AND MODELLING ................ 7815Helmut Habersack

    TURBIDITY ESTIMATION WITH ADCPS IN BRACKISH LAKE ........................................................................ 7827Hiroshi Yokoyama

    STUDY ON THE MECHANISM AND PROCESS OF GRAVITY EROSION ON THE GULLY SLOPE OF QIAOGOU WATERSHED ........................................................................................................................ 7835

    Jishan Yang

    RIVER BED VARIATION AND MEAN FLOW STRUCTURES AROUND SEVERAL TYPES OF GROYNES ....................................................................................................................................................................... 7844

    Akihiro Kadota

    THEORETICAL STUDY ON THE EXPONENT IN BASIC HYDRAULIC GEOMETRY RELATION...................................................................................................................................................................... 7852

    Caian Huang

    IMPACTS OF CUTOFF ON FLOW STRUCTURE AND PLANFORM EVOLUTION IN A CONCEPTUAL MEANDERING CHANNEL.............................................................................................................. 7860

    Dongdong Jia

    MULTIPLE TIME SCALE RELATIONSHIPS OF BANKFULL DISCHARGE WITH STREAMFLOW AND SEDIMENT TRANSPORT IN THE LOWER YELLOW RIVER IN CHINA .................. 7867

    Yanyan Zhang

    A PRELIMINARY STUDY ON SPINULOSE STREAM NETWORKS IN THE TONGDE BASIN OF THE YELLOW RIVER SOURCE, CHINA ................................................................................................................. 7881

    Jun Du

    LABORATORY STUDIES ON WATER SURFACE PROFILE OVER A RECTANGULAR SIDE WEIR IN A MOVABLE BED CHANNEL ................................................................................................................... 7891

    Seyed Ali Ayyoubzadeh

    STUDY ON ROLES OF INFLUENCE FACTORS IN RIVER BANK FAILURE ................................................... 7901Yangui Wang

    ASSESSMENT ON THE POTENTIAL OF EROSION AND SEDIMENTATION DUE TO PROPOSED FLOOD MITIGATION WORKS IN SARAWAK RIVER, MALAYSIA............................................ 7909

    Yuk San Liew

    MODELING OF INCISION OF BEDROCK RIVERS SUBJECT TO TEMPORALLY VARYING SEDIMENT SUPPLY ..................................................................................................................................................... 7919

    Zhang Li

    THE AMUR RIVER FROM THE ZEYA RIVER MOUTH TO KHINGAN GORGE: THE CHARACTER OF THE VALLEY BOTTOM FORMATION IN THE HOLOCENE ............................................. 7930

    Gusev Mikhail Nikolaevich

    RIVER MORPHODYNAMICS MODELLING THROUGH SUITABILITY ANALYSIS OF GEOMATIC METHODS ............................................................................................................................................... 7939

    Jose-Luis Molina

    AN ANALYSIS OF THE MORPHOLOGY OF RIVER MEANDERS IN EQUILIBRIUM WITH A VARIATIONAL APPROACH ....................................................................................................................................... 7952

    Mingwu Zhang

    MIXED OPERATION SCHEME AND CONTROL ALGORITHMS FOR AUTOMATIC CANAL CONTROL ....................................................................................................................................................................... 7961

    Wei Cui

    RESEARCH ON THE CONTROLS BETWEEN BRAIDED CHANNEL AND MEANDERING CHANNEL BY A 2-D NUMERICAL MODEL ............................................................................................................ 7969

    Yi Xiao

    ESTIMATION OF FLOATS FLOW MEASUREMENT BY MEANS OF THREE DIMENSIONAL FLOW ANALYSES AROUND BRIDGE PIERS ......................................................................................................... 7976

    Akihiro Kadota

    NUMERICAL SIMULATION OF TRANSIENT FLOW ON OVERTOPPED COFFERDAM AFTER SUB-COFFERDAM BREAKS ....................................................................................................................................... 7985

    Tian Jingjie

  • NUMERICAL SIMULATION ON THE INTERACTION BETWEEN A WALL JET AND A PARALLEL OFFSET JET............................................................................................................................................. 7991

    Jiangang Chen

    THE TIDAL INFLUENCE ON THE TURBIDITY MAXIMUM IN A TIDE-DOMINATED ESTUARY: THE BRISBANE RIVER ESTUARY, AUSTRALIA ............................................................................. 7998

    Yingying Yu

    FINITE ELEMENT METHOD FOR THE SOLUTION OF ONE-DIMENSIONAL TRANSIENT FLOWS IN PRISMATIC CHANNELS......................................................................................................................... 8008

    Aida Mnasri

    A NUMERICAL MODEL FOR THE STORM SURGE IN BOHAI BAY OF CHINA ............................................ 8020Xu Yanan

    COMBINED EFFECT OF SEEPAGE EROSION AND FLUVIAL ENTRAINMENT ON STREAMBANK FAILURE: A LABORATORY AND NUMERICAL STUDY........................................................ 8031

    Yefei Tan

    3D NUMERICAL INVESTIGATION OF EFFECTS OF CHANNEL WIDTH CHANGE ON FLOW STRUCTURE AT TWO RIVER CONFLUENCE ....................................................................................................... 8042

    Mona Nemati Attar

    IMPACTS OF THE FLOW AND SEDIMENT REGIME CHANGES ON MORPHOLOGICAL CHANGES IN THE SHISHOU REACH OF THE MIDDLE YANGTZE RIVER ................................................... 8053

    Dongdong Jia

    COMPARISON OF REYNOLDS-AVERAGED NAVIER-STOKES TURBULENCE MODELS UNDER CONDITION OF OSCILLATORY BOUNDARY LAYER FLOW ............................................................ 8059

    Minwoo Son

    THE NUMERICAL SIMULATION OF PULSING PRESSURE IN THE STILLING PERMEABLE FLOOR............................................................................................................................................................................. 8066

    Zhu Li

    INCOMPRESSIBLE SPH SIMULATIONS OF BED SCOUR UNDER DAM BREAK FLOW ............................. 8069Qihua Ran

    RESEARCH ON FLUVIAL PROCESSES OF THE WUHAN REACH OF YANGTZE RIVER AFTER THE OPERATION OF THREE GORGES PROJECT................................................................................. 8080

    Zhanfeng Cui

    THE EFFECT OF OGEE TYPES ON THE HYDRAULIC CHARACTERISTICS IN SPILLWAY TUNNELS ........................................................................................................................................................................ 8090

    A. Rong

    TWO-DIMENSIONAL HYDRODYNAMIC MODEL FOR COMPLEX CHANNEL NETWORKS..................... 8101Yafei Duan

    A 3D NUMERICAL SIMULATION OF NANJING SANCHAHE RIVER GATE PROJECT ............................... 8113Cheng Zeng

    FLOW CHARACTERISTICS IN MEANDERING CHANNEL UNDER DIFFERENT HYDRAULIC CONDITIONS ................................................................................................................................................................. 8122

    Cuicui Qin

    SEDIMENT TRANSPORT OF A RIVER BASIN APPLYING NCCHE'S MODELS ............................................. 8130Guillermo Cardoso-Landa

    STUDY ON NUMERICAL SIMULATION OF DRY OUT IN RIVER HYDRODYNAMIC MODEL .................. 8138Haixiao Jing

    1D UNSTEADY FLOW AND SEDIMENT TRANSPORT MODEL FOR VEGETATED CHANNEL NETWORK...................................................................................................................................................................... 8144

    Yang Bai

    VOLUME 10

    DYNAMICS MECHANISM ANALYSIS AND THE PROCESS OF HYPERCONCENTRATED FLOOD ROUTING ......................................................................................................................................................... 8153

    Shentang Dou

    NUMERICAL MODELING OF RIVERBED VARIATION IN OPEN CHANNELS TRUONG AN DANG ............................................................................................................................................................................... 8161

    Truong An Dang

    3D NUMERICAL MODELING ON SAND TRAPPING TUBE WITH SPIRAL FLOW ........................................ 8171Yan Tian

    OPERATION OF WEIRS IN THE HAN RIVER DURING THE FLOOD PERIOD .............................................. 8180Minji Kim

  • COMPARISONS OF GENERALIZED VELOCITY DISTRIBUTION FORMULAE IN SMOOTH WIDE OPEN CHANNEL FLOWS ................................................................................................................................ 8188

    Yue Liang

    WATER SHEAR STRESS DISTRIBUTION ON DOWNSTREAM SLOPE OF DAM DUE TO OVERTOPPING ............................................................................................................................................................. 8194

    Yun Li

    CURVED OPEN CHANNEL FLOW WITH VEGETATION ROUGHENED OUTER BANK .............................. 8203Chengguang Li

    PREDICTION OF BREACH FORMATION TIME OF EARTH-ROCK DAM DUE TO OVERTOPPING ............................................................................................................................................................. 8211

    Xiaogang Wang

    RESEARCH ON FRICTIONAL HEAD LOSS AND LOCAL RESISTANCE COEFFICIENT IN FREE HYDRAULIC JUMP REGION .......................................................................................................................... 8222

    Zhichang Zhang

    THE APPLICATION OF MULTI-STEP STILLING BASINS IN TIDAL ESTUARY SLUICES .......................... 8230Xiaowei Han

    EXPERIMENTAL RESEARCH FOR BLOCK STABILITY ON DAM OUTER SLOPE UNDER THE CONDITION OF EXCEEDING STANDARD FLOOD ..................................................................................... 8237

    Huojian Liu

    HYDRAULIC CHARACTERISTIC STUDY OF THE GEO-SYNTHETIC MATERIALS PROTECTING EMBANKMENT DOWNSTREAM SLOPE UNDER THE EXCEEDING STANDARD FLOOD ...................................................................................................................................................... 8247

    Guoxiang Xuan

    CFD AND PHYSICAL MODELLING FOR THE UPPER TAI PO RIVER DESIGN AN INTEGRATION OF ECOLOGY AND ENGINEERING............................................................................................ 8258

    W. H. Luk

    EXPERIMENTAL STUDY ON THE PROCESS OF THE HYPER-CONCENTRATION FLOOD OF THE TRIBUTARIES MERGING INTO THE UPPER YELLOW RIVER AND THE DEPOSITION MORPHOLOGY IN THE CONFLUENCE.................................................................................................................. 8267

    Ping Wang

    STUDY ON HYDRAULIC CHARACTERISTIC OF FREE SURFACE FLOW IN TUNNEL WITH HIGH HEAD LARGE DISCHARGE............................................................................................................................ 8277

    Shuai Li

    COMPARISON AND MODIFICATION OF METHODS FOR PREDICTING INCIPIENT MOTION FOR GRAVEL BEDS ..................................................................................................................................................... 8287

    Shengfa Yang

    APPLICATION STUDY ON THE JET-OVER POWERHOUSE IN THE NARROW VALLEY .......................... 8302Xiaojiang Liu

    THE COMPARATIVE EXPERIMENTAL STUDY OF FLOW STRUCTURE WITH RECTANGULAR AND TRAPEZOIDAL CROSS-SECTION IN ECOLOGICAL INFLOW RIVER................... 8306

    Jurui Yang

    DERIVATION OF DAM FAILURE EMPIRICAL EQUATIONS FOR LANDSLIDE DAM ................................. 8313Zhipan Niu

    EXPERIMENTAL STUDY OF HYDRAULIC CHARACTERISTICS ON DOVETAIL-SHAPED FLIP BUCKET ................................................................................................................................................................ 8321

    Yongting Deng

    THE TEST STUDY ON SCOUR LAW IN RIVERBED OF THE RIVER CLOSURE GAP ................................... 8329Yang Qing

    SCOUR MORPHOLOGY AROUND BRIDGE ABUTMENTSWITH NON-UNIFORM SEDIMENT UNDER ICE COVER...................................................................................................................................................... 8335

    Peng Wu

    EXPERIMENTAL RESEARCH ON THE WATER-SEDIMENT SEPARATOR OF THE MULTILEVEL INCLINED PLATES ........................................................................................................................... 8345

    Dong Yuping

    EXPERIMENTAL STUDY ON LANDSLIDE DAM BREAK DUE TO OVERTOPPING ..................................... 8351Lei Liu

    THE WATER-WINGS AND ITS WEAKENING METHODS DOWNSTREAM OF THE BOTTOM DISCHARGE OUTLETS OF HIGH DAMS ................................................................................................................ 8360

    Yaqin Zhu

    AN ANALYSIS ON THE UNCERTAINTY OF FLOW VELOCITY DISTRIBUTION IN NON-SUBMERGED LIVE VEGETATION ........................................................................................................................... 8371

    Xuyue Hu

  • EXPERIMENTAL INVESTIGATION OF FLOW CONDITIONS OVER CAMBASI DAM SPILLWAY...................................................................................................................................................................... 8381

    A. Burcu Altan-Sakarya

    EXPERIMENTAL STUDY ON THE EFFECT OF INFLOW SEDIMENT CONCENTRATION ON SEDIMENT REMOVAL EFFICIENCY OF A DEEP-DEPTH VORTEX CHAMBER TYPE SEDIMENT EXTRACTOR............................................................................................................................................ 8389

    Yu-Chao Hsu

    RIVER DISCHARGE MEASUREMENT WITH ACOUSTIC DOPPLER PROFILER DURING TYPHOON FLOOD ........................................................................................................................................................ 8399

    Ying-Chih Lin

    DEVELOPMENT OF LEVEE LEAKAGE MONITORING SYSTEM ..................................................................... 8406Tae Un Kang

    AVERAGED FLOW PATTERN AND THREE DIMENSIONAL GEOMETRIC CONFIGURATION OF CURVED WATER SURFACE IN CONFLUENT BEND CHANNEL ................................................................ 8416

    Shehua Huang

    RESTORATION OF RIFFLES AND POOLS WITHIN IMPROVED CHANNELS IN MEANDERING ROCK-BED RIVERS ......................................................................................................................... 8424

    Hiroshi Hayakawa

    RESEARCH ON INFLUENCE OF AERATOR ON HYDRAULIC CHARACTERISTICS OF STEPPED SPILLWAY COMBINED WITH X-SHAPE FLARING GATE PIERS ................................................. 8434

    Chunqi Chen

    VARIATION OF THE SIDE-WEIR DISCHARGE COEFFICIENT ASSOCIATED WITH SUBMERGED RATIO ................................................................................................................................................... 8442

    Sanghyuk Kim

    EXPERIMENTAL STUDY ON FLOW FROM SIDE-WEIR IN MEANDERING CHANNEL WITH RECTANGULAR CROSS SECTION ........................................................................................................................... 8449

    Koji Asai

    PHYSICAL MODEL RESEARCH ON LOCAL SCOUR NEAR SHALLOW-EMBEDDED TUNNEL ................ 8457Shiyou Gao

    EFFECT OF ENTERING TRIBUTARY ON SECONDARY FLOW IN CONFLUENT MAIN BEND CHANNEL ....................................................................................................................................................................... 8466

    Shehua Huang

    STUDY ON TEST METHOD OF CHUTE AERATOR IN VACUUM TANK.......................................................... 8473Yaan Hu

    THE KOLUBARA RIVER DISPLACEMENT IN THE LIGNITE BASIN LARGEST SERBIAN COAL MINE EXPANSION REQUIRES MOVING A RIVER .................................................................................. 8479

    Svetomir Prokic

    ANALYSIS OF IMPROVING THE DISCHARGE CAPACITY OF THE MIDDLE REACHES OF HUAIHE RIVER ............................................................................................................................................................. 8492

    Yanqun Yu

    ASSESSMENT STUDY ON THE WATERWAY REGULATION TECHNOLOGY OF JIEPAI REACH IN MIDDLE YANGTZE RIVER.................................................................................................................... 8500

    Wanli Liu

    TREATMENT TECHNOLOGY AND CURRENT SITUATION OF DREDGED SEDIMENT IN CHINA.............................................................................................................................................................................. 8507

    Yangyan Mei

    DEVELOPMENT OF TECHNOLOGY ON THE SURFACE VELOCITY MEASUREMENT BY USING CONTINUOUS WAVE RADAR ...................................................................................................................... 8514

    Yin-Sung Hsu

    RESEARCH ON THE COMPUTING METHODS OF REGULATION WIDTH OF THE WATERWAY IN ALLUVIAL RIVER: A CASE STUDY IN THE HAN RIVER, CHINA ..................................... 8521

    Junhong Zhang

    STUDY ON THE REGULATION SCHEME OF SEDIMENTATION REDUCTION DURING THE WATER LEVEL DOWNFALL PERIOD OF THE THREE GORGES RESERVOIR ............................................ 8531

    Renyong Huang

    A QUASI-TWO-DIMENSIONAL METHOD FOR RESERVOIR SEDIMENTATION.......................................... 8540Seonmin Lee

    INVESTIGATING THE FLUSHING STRATEGY OF THE TSENGWEN RESERVOIR OF TAIWAN, CHINA ........................................................................................................................................................... 8548

    Frederick N.-F. Chou

  • INTERACTIVE OIL SPILL MODEL FOR KUWAITI TERRITORIAL WATERS BY IPHONE TECHNOLOGY .............................................................................................................................................................. 8552

    Khaled Al-Salem

    DETERMINATION OF INITIAL OIL SPILL VOLUMES ON WATER SURFACES (ELLIPTIC METHOD)........................................................................................................................................................................ 8557

    H. M. Cekirge

    DIFFUSIVE PROPERTIES OF BED LOAD MOVING SEDIMENTS AT SHORT TIME SCALES .................... 8563Francesco Ballio

    RISK AND RESPONSE OF CHINA OVERSEAS HYDROPOWER PROJECTS A VISION OF CSR ................................................................................................................................................................................... 8573

    Shi Feng

    EXPERIMENTAL STUDY ON SCOUR HOLE AROUND SUBMERGED VANES AT 180 DEGREE FLUME BEND................................................................................................................................................................. 8578

    Alireza Masjedi

    THE DILEMMA OF THE NILE TRANSBOUNDARY WATER AND THE WAY FORWARD........................... 8588Abdalla Abdelsalam Ahmed

    STUDY OF THE GROUNDWATER RISK ASSESSMENT ASSOCIATED WITH FAECAL CONTAMINATION IN KUMASI, GHANA ................................................................................................................ 8600

    Akosua Korantemaa Agadzi

    EFFECT OF VIRTUAL MASS FORCE ON THE MIXED TRANSPORT PROCESS IN A MULTIPHASE ROTODYNAMIC PUMP.................................................................................................................... 8606

    Zhiyi Yu

    2D WELL-BALANCED POSITIVITY PRESERVING SHALLOW FLOW MODEL WITH WETTING AND DRYING ON TRIANGULAR GRIDS............................................................................................. 8615

    Gangfeng Wu

    WATER RESOURCE MANAGEMENT IN GHANA-A REVIEW............................................................................ 8627Josephine Osei-Kwarteng

    MULTI-PURPOSE OF LARGE HYDROPOWER STATIONS................................................................................. 8634Tiantian Jin

    FLOW-PLANT INTERACTIONS AT A PATCH SCALE: A FIELD STUDY USING A STEREOSCOPIC PIV SYSTEM ................................................................................................................................... 8639

    Stuart M. Cameron

    AN ENSEMBLE FLOOD SIMULATION FOR THE DAM PRELIMINARY RELEASE OPERATION IN JAPAN USING JMA-NHM RAINFALL ........................................................................................ 8648

    Kenichiro Kobayashi

    QUANTIFICATION OF FLOW RESISTANCE IN MOUNTAIN RIVERS BASED ON RESISTANCE PARTITIONING................................................................................................................................... 8658

    Dangwei Wang

    STUDY ON OPTIMIZATION OF THE INTEGRATED DAM OPERATION USING ENSEMBLE PREDICTION IN THE UPPER REACHES OF THE NABARI RIVER................................................................... 8665

    Hiroko Masuda

    MODELING GCM AND SCENARIO UNCERTAINTY USING ENTROPY WEIGHTING APPROACH: APPLICATION TO THE BHADRA RIVER, INDIA ......................................................................... 8675

    Shaik Rehana

    DEGRADATION OF MARSH WETLANDS IN THE SANJIANGYUAN REGION: ROLE OF HYDROLOGY AND OTHER PLAYERS .................................................................................................................... 8684

    Jay Gao

    STUDY ON MECHANICAL STRENGTH OF VEGETATION ROOTS AND ITS EFFECT IN THE GRAVEL-SOIL-EROSION FIELD OF THE TUOTUOHE RIVER REGION ALONG THE QINGHAI-TIBET RAILWAY ....................................................................................................................................... 8693

    Xiansong Hu

    PLANT COMMUNITY STRUCTURE AND SOIL CARBON AND NITROGEN STATUS OF DEGRADED ALPINE MEADOWS .............................................................................................................................. 8703

    Youming Qiao

    SPATIALLY EXPLICIT MODELLING APPROACH ON THE POPULATION DYNAMICS OF FOURPLANT-FUNCTIONAL TYPES IN ALPINE MEADOW, SANJIANGYUAN REGION, CHINA.............................................................................................................................................................................. 8715

    Xilai Li

    ANALYSIS OF VEGETATION WATER USE EFFICIENCY BASED ON MODIS IN YANGTZE AND YELLOW RIVER HEADWATER REGION, CHINA ...................................................................................... 8731

    Chunmin Zhang

  • APPLICATION OF BP NEURAL NETWORK IN SHORT-TERM HYDROLOGICAL FORECASTING BASED ON C# LANGUAGE ........................................................................................................... 8738

    Yongbin Xiang

    AN EXPLORATORY ANALYSIS OF BACILLUS STRAINS IN EXTREME ENVIRONMENT OF THE QINGHAI-TIBETAN PLATEAU......................................................................................................................... 8744

    Xie Yongli

    BEDFORM REGIME DIAGRAM FOR RIVERS AND TURBIDITY CURRENTS: CONDITIONS FOR THE FORMATION AND OBLITERATION OF DUNES ................................................................................. 8759

    Gary Parker

    RESERVOIR OPERATION CONSIDERING VARIOUS KINDS OF REAL-TIME HYDRO-METEOROLOGICAL INFORMATION: AN ADAPTIVE APPROACH FOR SUSTAINABLE WATER RESOURCES MANAGEMENT WITH EXISTING WATER INFRASTRUCTURES............................ 8767

    Daisuke Nohara

    IMPACTS OF URBANIZATION ON WATER CYCLE IN WEIHE RIVER BASIN ............................................. 8779Jiajia Liu

    DETERMINATION OF ECOLOGICAL WATER DEMAND BASED ON THE BIOLOGICAL AND RIVER INFORMATION-TAKE CHENGDU CITY AS EXAMPLE ........................................................................ 8785

    Lin Wang

    ENVIRONMENTAL FLOW IN ECO-COMPATIBLE RIVER BASIN MANAGEMENT ..................................... 8793Nobuyuki Tamai

    A DISCUSSION ON WATER RESOURCES DEPLETION COST IN HAI RIVER BASIN .................................. 8800Changhai Qin

    STUDY ON RURAL NON-POINT SOURCE POLLUTION ASSESSMENT METHOD OF REGIONS WITH SPARSE DATA ................................................................................................................................ 8807

    Hongbo Zhang

    ANIDEAL REFERENCE DRY AND WET LIMITS FOR ESTIMATION ET BY REMOTE SENSE MODEL ............................................................................................................................................................................ 8818

    Zhonging Wang

    EVALUATION OF WATER ENVIRONMENTAL RESILIENCE IN RIVERS ...................................................... 8835Xiao Yang

    THE NUMERICAL SIMULATION OF CHANGES OF BEACH PROFILE AND MEAN GRAIN SIZE CAUSED BY TSUNAMI WAVES ....................................................................................................................... 8844

    Jie Chen

    NUMERICAL STUDY OF SOLITARY WAVE RUNUP ON TRIPLE-ISLAND GROUPS ................................... 8849Wei Wu

    NUMERICAL SIMULATION OF INCOMPRESSIBLE VISCOUS FLOW BASED ON ADAPTIVE QUADTREE MESH ........................................................................................................................................................ 8859

    Xiaoyun Huang

    THE DYNAMIC RESPONSE OF SALT-WATER INTRUSION TO TIDAL PHASE AND RANGE IN THE PEARL RIVER ESTUARY ............................................................................................................................. 8872

    Huazhi Zou

    EFFECT OF SEDIMENT SUSPENSION ON TURBULENCE STRUCTURE: COMPARATIVE STUDY OF COHESIVE AND NON-COHESIVE SEDIMENTS ............................................................................... 8884

    Minwoo Son

    NUMERICAL SIMULATION OF FLUID-SOLID COUPLING ON OFFSHORE PLATFORM AND WAVE FIELD ................................................................................................................................................................. 8890

    Xiaoling Zhu

    NUMERICAL SIMULATION OF SILTATION IN THE LOWER REACHES OF THE TIDE LOCK TO BE CONSTRUCTED IN THE YONGJIANG RIVER .......................................................................................... 8898

    Zhen Wang

    TSUNAMI RISK ASSESSMENT FOR EFFECTIVE TSUNAMI PREVENTION................................................... 8904Byeong Jun Kim

    RESEARCH ON WAVE FORCE CALCULATION ON A CURVED SURFACE FOUNDATION FOR OFFSHORE WIND TURBINES .......................................................................................................................... 8911

    Haijun Wang

    FIELD OBSERVATIONS AT AN OFFSHORE OBSERVATION TOWER DURING THE TYPHOON SEASONS .................................................................................................................................................... 8919

    Yasuyuki Baba

    PRODUCTION OF TSUNAMI HAZARD MAP.......................................................................................................... 8929Jaewan Shin

  • HYDRODYNAMIC CIRCULATION IN THE MARACAN ESTUARY (PAR STATE AMAZON REGION), WITH COMPUTER MODELING .......................................................................................... 8936

    El-Robrini Maamar

    WINTERTIME ABNORMAL STORM WAVES IN THE EAST SEA: NUMERICAL MODELING OF STORM WAVE OVERTOPPING IN THE FUSHIKI PORT, THE TOYAMA BAY ....................................... 8943

    Han Soo Lee

    EFFECT OF GANGZHUAO CROSS SEA BRIDGE ON TIDAL PRISM AND WATER LEVEL IN LINGDINGYANG BAY ................................................................................................................................................. 8953

    Shenguang Fang

    NUMERICAL MODELING SILTATION IN THE WATER INTAKE BASIN OF A THERMAL POWER PLANT IN TIESHAN BAY, CHINA ............................................................................................................. 8963

    Yuhai Wang

    PHYSICAL MODEL STUDY ON WATERWAY REGULATION PROJECT OF THE NORTH CHANNEL IN THE YANGTZE ESTUARY ................................................................................................................ 8972

    Xiaodong Zhao

    NUMERICAL STUDY WITH A COMBINED SOLUTION MODEL ON THE WATER-SEDIMENT TRANSPORT AND BED EVOLUTION IN THE PEARL RIVER SYSTEM CAUSED BY LARGE PROJECT ........................................................................................................................................................................ 8978

    Sulan Lu

    THREE-DIMENSIONAL NUMERICAL SIMULATION OF WATER FLOW AND SEDIMENT TRANSPORT PROCESSES IN THE SPRING TIDAL ESTUARINE TRANSITION ZONE ................................ 8986

    Fangkai Ma

    STUDY ON THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN WATER AND SEDIMENT DISCHARGE AND THE DELTAIC EVOLUTION OF CHANGJIANG RIVER ESTUARY .................................................................. 8997

    Yunping Yang

    THICKNESS OF OSCILLATORY SHEET FLOWS.................................................................................................. 9007Xin Chen

    NUMERICAL SIMULATION OF LONGSHORE CURRENT AND RADIATION SAND GROUP EVOLUTION IN COAST OF JIANGSU PROVINCE ................................................................................................ 9017

    Yigang Wang

    NUMERICAL SIMULATIONS OF HYDRODYNAMICS AND DREDGING OPERATIONS IN A SOUTH-EASTERN ITALIAN HARBOR ..................................................................................................................... 9023

    Francesca De Serio

    GEO-ENVIRONMENTAL MODELING FOR THE NORTHERN PART OF THE ARABIAN GULF ................ 9035Altaf Taqi

    PHYSICAL AND NUMERICAL MODELING OF WAVE AGITATION AT LAEM CHABANG PORT, THAILAND......................................................................................................................................................... 9053

    Paul Knox

    NUMERICAL INVESTIGATION OF EXTERNAL EXCITATION FREQUENCY INFLUENCE ON LIQUID SLOSHING IN TWO-DIMENSIONAL RECTANGULAR TANK ............................................................ 9066

    Rosendo Nzomo Mico

    VOLUME 11

    RESEARCH ON THE CHARACTERISTICS OF VORTEX FIELD OF BREAKWATERS BY PIV TECHNIQUE................................................................................................................................................................... 9078

    Luwen Qie

    AN EXPERIMENTAL STUDY OF SCOUR COUNTERMEASURES FOR OFFSHORE PILES IN MARINE ENVIRONMENT ........................................................................................................................................... 9086

    Sendong Liang

    EXTREME WAVE LOADS ON A SUBMERGED WATER INTAKE IN SHALLOW WATER........................... 9102Andrew Cornett

    STUDY ON THE WAVE DISSIPATION OF A NEW PLATE BREAKWATER..................................................... 9113Jing Wang

    EXPERIMENTAL STUDY OF LOCAL SCOUR AROUND PIPELINE IN OBLIQUE FLOW ............................ 9119Bailin Liu

    INTERACTION OF WATER WAVES AND A SUBMERGED PARABOLIC OBSTACLE.................................. 9125Yen-Lung Chen

    DISCUSSION ON RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN TURBULENT STRUCTURE AND WAVE PRESSURE ON SUBMERGED BREAKWATERS..................................................................................................... 9135

    Xuelian Jiang

  • MODELING OF THE EROSION PHENOMENA ON NICE SHORE FACE AND THE IMPACT OF COASTAL STRUCTURES ............................................................................................................................................ 9143

    Dumasdelage Remi

    HISTORICAL SHORELINE CHANGE IN HUALIEN COAST ............................................................................... 9151Wen-Juinn Chen

    SEA LEVEL RISE AND POTENTIAL MITIGATION OF SALINE INTRUSION IN NORTHERN AUSTRALIA.................................................................................................................................................................... 9158

    Michael Miloshis

    AN APPROACH TO BREAKWATER DESIGN: NUMERICAL CALCULATION OF FLOW WITHIN ARMOUR UNITS ........................................................................................................................................... 9168

    Eugenio Pugliese Carratelli

    EROSIONAL RESISTANCE OF COHESIVE SEDIMENTS IN THE COASTAL SALTMARSHES OF NORTHERN GULF COAST ................................................................................................................................... 9178

    Hem Raj Pant

    NUMERICAL MODELLING OF INTERACTIONS BETWEEN NON-HYDROSTATIC FREE-SURFACE FLOWS AND A NON-MOVING FLOATING BODY ............................................................................. 9189

    Dirk Pieter Rijnsdorp

    USE OF CONCRETE PANELS CONNECTED TO GEOGRID LAYERS TO EFFECTIVELY INCREASE RESISTANCE OF SAND DUNES TO TSUNAMI OVERFLOW ......................................................... 9202

    Maimi Yanagisawa

    MODELLING SOIL, CARBON AND VEGETATION DYNAMICS IN ESTUARINE WETLANDS EXPERIENCING SEA-LEVEL RISE........................................................................................................................... 9211

    Franco Trivisonno

    A GIS-BASED DECISION SUPPORT SYSTEM FOR FORECASTING, MONITORING, AND ASSESSMENT OF HAZARDOUS CHEMICAL ACCIDENTS ON THE COAST .................................................. 9221

    Weiping Sun

    IN-SITE MEASUREMENT FOR RELATIONSHIP AMONG GRAIN SIZE DISTRIBUTION OF SUSPENDED SOLID AND BOTTOM SEDIMENT AND PARTICULATE TOTAL MERCURY IN MINAMATA BAY, JAPAN............................................................................................................................................ 9229

    Shinichiro Yano

    OPTIMAL DESIGN OF A MARINA ENTRANCE FOR A HIGH WATER QUALITY, THE CASE OF THE CANOUAN MARINA ..................................................................................................................................... 9237

    Renata Archetti

    THE FRAMEWORK AND REGULATION MECHANISMS OF URBAN WATER CYCLE................................ 9247Weiwei Shao

    STUDY ON EVOLUTION OF WATER RESOURCES AND ASSESSMENT OF WATER SUPPLY SECURITY OF NAN-SI LAKE ..................................................................................................................................... 9254

    Wang Shicheng

    DYNAMIC ESTIMATION FOR VEGETATION ECOLOGICAL WATER DEMAND BASED ON TIME SERIES REMOTE SENSING DATA AND GIS: A CASE STUDY OF SHULE RIVER IN CHINA.............................................................................................................................................................................. 9263

    Hongmei Ye

    RATIONAL ALLOCATION OF WATER RESOURCE TOWARDS THE LOW-CARBON DEVELOPMENT MODE IN BAIYANGDIAN BASIN............................................................................................... 9274

    Tianling Qin

    THE RISK ANALYSIS AND SAFETY EVALUATION OF DAM OVERTOPPING AT FENGJIASHAN RESERVOIR ...................................................................................................................................... 9285

    Li Ying

    DROUGHT EVOLUTION IN FENHE PLAIN IN CHINA......................................................................................... 9293Jiahong Liu

    STUDY ON OPTIMAL ALLOCATION OF WATER RESOURCES BASED ON RESTRUCTURING OF WATER DEMAND AND SUPPLY ..................................................................................... 9302

    Jin Quan

    REGIONAL FLOODWATER UTILIZATION COMPETITIVENESS AND EVALUATION MODEL ............... 9310Fang Hongyuan

    CHARACTERISTICS AND UTILIZATION OF RAINWATER IN CITIES OF CHINA ...................................... 9318Feng Liu

    MAPPING SOIL WATER DISTRIBUTION IN FARMLAND USING DISTRIBUTED HYDROLOGICAL MODEL - A CASE STUDY IN NORTH CHINA PLAIN ......................................................... 9328

    Xuerui Gao

  • THE APPLICATION OF INFORMATION ENTROPY IN THE OPTIMIZATION OF HYDROLOGICAL STATION NETWORK................................................................................................................. 9345

    Jing Xu

    RESEARCH OF WATER RESOURCE SHADOW PRICE MODEL BASED ON THE INPUT-OUTPUT TABLE IN THE TAIHU BASIN .................................................................................................................. 9358

    Zhihui Xing

    COUPLING EFFECTS OF FERTILIZER & PESTICIDE SAVINGS AND POLLUTION CONTROL OF FARMLAND WATER-SAVING IRRIGATION TECHNIQUE ..................................................... 9365

    Lin Hong

    OPTIMAL IRRIGATION PLANNING WITH MINIMIZATION OF COST OF CULTIVATION USING FUZZY LOGIC.................................................................................................................................................. 9372

    Dattatray. G. Regulwar

    SOIL FREEZING WITH SHALLOW WATER TABLE DEPTH: EXPERIMENT AND SIMULATION ................................................................................................................................................................. 9386

    Mousong Wu

    RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN SURFACE SOIL MOISTURE AND ROOT ZONE SOIL MOISTURE IN HENAN PROVINCE ................................................................................................................................................. 9395

    Fu Jun'E

    FLOOD RISK MANAGEMENT BY OVERTOPPING RISK ANALYSIS ............................................................... 9403Ying Sun

    MODELING RENEWAL TIME RESPONSE TO WATER DIVERSION PROJECTS IN AN URBAN ARTIFICIAL LAKE ....................................................................................................................................................... 9409

    Liping Xu

    METHODS OF WATER RESOURCES CARRYING CAPACITY AT VARIABLE SOCIAL-ECONOMIC SYSTEM ................................................................................................................................................... 9417

    Haitao Zhang

    CYBERWATER: PROTOTYPE CYBER-INFRASTRUCTURE SYSTEM FOR SUPPORTING DECISION-MAKING IN WATER RESOURCES MANAGEMENT........................................................................ 9421

    Mariana Mocanu

    EVALUATION OF POLLUTION SOURCE AND ANALYSIS OF WATER QUALITY IN SPATIAL-TEMPORAL VARIATIONS IN LAOGUANHE RIVER BASIN, CHINA ............................................. 9431

    Jun Hu

    A DISCUSSION ON WATER RESOURCES DEPLETION COST IN HAI RIVER BASIN .................................. 9437Changhai Qin

    ANALYSIS OF HIGHWAY BRIDGE IMPACT ON THE SEDIMENT REDISTRIBUTION ALONG THE STARE MIASTO RESERVOIR, POLAND ........................................................................................................ 9444

    Tomasz Dysarz

    STUDY OF OPTIMAL OPERATION OF CASCADE HYDROPOWER STATIONS BASED ON AN IMPROVED PARTICLE SWARM ALGORITHM..................................................................................................... 9455

    Ming Zhang

    INDEX-Q METHOD FOR STREAMFLOW-GAUGING USING A HORIZONTAL ACOUSTIC DOPPLER CURRENT PROFILER .............................................................................................................................. 9463

    Hening Huang

    MULTI-FACTOR STUDY ON THE PARTITION OF THE WATER SHORTAGE REGIONS AND WATER SUPPLY SECURITY COUNTERMEASURES............................................................................................ 9469

    Tongtao Zhan

    THE EVOLUTION RULES OF WATER RESOURCES IN THE NORTH PART OF HAIHE RIVER BASIN............................................................................................................................................................................... 9478

    Zhai Jiaqi

    RESEARCH OF PHYSICALLY BASED SOIL EROSION MODEL BASED ON GIS ........................................... 9486Wang Xin

    IMPACT OF EARTHQUAKE INDUCED LANDSLIDES ON HYDROLOGIC RESPONSE IN JIANPINGGOU CATCHMENT.................................................................................................................................... 9494

    Qihua Ran

    SEASONAL CALIBRATION OF A CONCEPTUAL WATER BALANCE MODEL USING DYNAMIC IDENTIFIABILITY ANALYSIS (DYNIA) .............................................................................................. 9504

    Enrique Munoz

    A STUDY ON OPTIMAL DEPTH OF IMPERVIOUS WALL IN DEEP OVERBURDEN UNDER EARTH DAM BASEMENT ........................................................................................................................................... 9514

    Xie Xinghua

    BIORETENTION WITH SHALLOW FILL MEDIA.................................................................................................. 9520Zeying Li

  • DYNAMIC SIMULATION OF FARMLAND GROUNDWATER MOVEMENT USING A MODIFIED DRAINMOD MODEL............................................................................................................................... 9527

    Lin Hong

    RBF ARTIFICIAL NEURAL NETWORK MODEL BASED ON WAVELET DE-NOISING FOR HYDROLOGICAL TIME SERIES SIMULATION AND FORECAST .................................................................... 9536

    Liu Dengfeng

    APPLICATION OF LANDSAT REMOTE SENSING DATA FOR FLOOD SIMULATION OF SMALL WATERSHED .................................................................................................................................................. 9544

    Di Yuan

    RESEARCH ON EXPERIMENT AND MODEL OF THE SLOPE RUNOFF AND EROSION IN THE SOUTHWEST DROUGHT AREA OF THE PEARL RIVER BASIN .............................................................. 9552

    Fang Yang,

    ASSESSING GROUNDWATER MODELING UNCERTAINTY BY MODEL AVERAGING METHOD ......................................................................................................................................................................... 9560

    Xiankui Zeng

    NUMERICAL MODELLING OF HYDRO-ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACTS OF JABER AL-SABAH BRIDGE PIERS ON KUWAIT BAY............................................................................................................................. 9566

    Yousef Alosairi

    A NOVEL NUMERICAL MODEL FOR FLOW SIMULATION IN CHANNEL NETWORKS USING HLL SCHEME ................................................................................................................................................... 9575

    Dawei Zhang

    REAL-TIME SCOUR DEPTH PREDICTING SYSTEM BASED ON ENSEMBLE QUANTITATIVE PRECIPITATION FORECAST..................................................................................................................................... 9583

    Wen-Dar Guo

    2D DEPTH-INTEGRATED FINITE VOLUME FLOW MODEL FOR HYBRID UNSTRUCTURED MESHES .......................................................................................................................................................................... 9592

    Yaoxin Zhang

    AN UNSTRUCTURED FINITE VOLUME MODEL FOR DAM-BREAK FLOODS WITH WET/DRY FRONTS ....................................................................................................................................................... 9607

    Jinbo Yang

    2D MODELLING OF MEGAFLOOD DUE TO GLACIER DAM-BREAK IN ALTAI MOUNTAINS, SOUTHERN SIBERIA ................................................................................................................................................... 9615

    Wei Huang

    NUMERICAL MODELLING OF CURRENTS AND WATER LEVELS DYNAMICS UNDER OPERATIONAL SPILLWAY OF BUREYSKAYA HPP ........................................................................................... 9625

    Vitaly Klimovich

    A WELL-BALANCED NUMERICAL MODEL FOR FLOWS OVER STEEP SLOPES ....................................... 9637Penghui Hu

    2D NUMERICAL SIMULATION OF THE MOTION OF A GRANULAR MASS DOWN A ROUGH AND INCLINED PLANE ............................................................................................................................................... 9649

    Carmelo Juez

    THREE DIMENSIONAL NUMERICAL SIMULATION OF CONFLUENCE FLOW IN OPEN CHANNEL WITH DYNAMIC MESHES TECHNIQUES.......................................................................................... 9657

    Qingyuan Yang

    THE DESIGN AND DEVELOPMENT OF THE INFORMATION MANAGEMENT AND HYDRAULIC SIMULATION INTEGRATION PLATFORM FOR LARGE WATER DIVERSION SYSTEM........................................................................................................................................................................... 9667

    Cheng Zhang

    ON THREE LOCAL EQUILIBRIUM FUNCTIONS IN THE ELABSWE............................................................... 9674J. G. Zhou

    COMPUTATIONALLY EFFICIENT, REGIONAL SCALE FLOOD INUNDATION MODELLING ................. 9681Sam Jamieson

    SIMULATIONS OF TAYLOR COUETTE FLOW AND COLD-FLOW JET USING AN AXISYMMETRIC LATTICE BOLTZMANN METHOD .......................................................................................... 9692

    Wei Wang

    NUMERICAL MODELING OF SHALLOW WATER EQUATIONS: A COMPARATIVE STUDY BETWEEN MESH-LESS AND MESH-FULL METHODS ........................................................................................ 9701

    Sumit Sinha

    DEVELOPMENT AND APPLICATION OF AN ECO-HYDRODYNAMIC MODEL FOR ALGAL COMMUNITY DYNAMICS IN THE TAIHU LAKE ................................................................................................. 9712

    Chengcheng Zhang

  • SPH SIMULATION OF FLOW OVER VEGETATED ROUGH BED WITH SUBMERGED CYLINDRICAL ROD..................................................................................................................................................... 9719

    Yin Xie

    NUMERICAL ANALYSIS OF FREE-SURFACE FLOW AROUND SUBMERGED RECTANGULAR CYLINDER ...................................................................................................................................... 9731

    Chia-Ren Chu

    TWO-DIMENSIONAL FINITE VOLUME MODEL FOR OVERLAND AND CHANNEL FLOW ROUTING ........................................................................................................................................................................ 9738

    Jennifer G. Duan

    NUMERICAL SIMULATION ON MECHANISM OF SPUR-DIKE DAMAGE BY WATER ............................... 9747Kang Suhai

    STUDY ON OPTIMIZED SCHEDULING OF CASCADE HYDROPOWER STATIONS IN MEDIUM AND SMALL BASINS.................................................................................................................................. 9753

    Yifan Li

    THREE-DIMENSIONAL SPH SIMULATION OF DAM BREACH FLOW WITH GPU-ACCELERATION BASED ON CUDA ......................................................................................................................... 9760

    Liuchao Qiu

    PHOTOGRAMMETRIC AND LIDAR DATA FOR HIGH RESOLUTION RUNOFF MODELING OVER INDUSTRIAL AND URBAN SITES ................................................................................................................. 9765

    Morgan Abily

    MODELING CONTAMINANT TRANSPORT WITH AEROBIC BIODEGRADATION IN A SHALLOW WATER BODY .......................................................................................................................................... 9775

    Cecia Milln Barrera

    3D NUMERICAL SIMULATION OF NEAR-BANK PRESSURE FIELD INDUCED BY SINUOUS BANK MOPHOLOGY ................................................................................................................................................... 9786

    Junqiang Lin

    DAM BREAK WAVE SIMULATION USING THE SIMULTANEOUS COUPLING METHOD ......................... 9795Mohammad Bagus Adityawan

    A LBM APPCROACH FOR WET-DRY BOUNDARY TREATMENT .................................................................... 9803Haifei Liu

    MODELLING AND ANALYSIS OF FLOW OVER STEPPED CHUTES ............................................................... 9810Chaiyuth Chinnarasri

    THREE-DIMENSIONAL FLOW ANALYSIS AROUND PERMEABLE HYDRAULIC STRUCTURE COMPRISING CONNECTED STONES............................................................................................. 9818

    Shiro Maeno

    TWO-DIMENSIONAL SHALLOW WATER EQUATIONS WITH POROSITY FOR URBAN FLOOD MODELING ..................................................................................................................................................... 9826

    Yanfen Geng

    MODELLING OF FLOW IN A KAYAK CHANNEL................................................................................................. 9834Mario Krzyk

    LARGE-EDDY SIMULATION OF ISW-CURRENT INTERACTION .................................................................... 9842Hai Zhu

    NUMERICAL STUDY ON THE FLOW PATTERN OF COMPLICATED SANCHAHE COMBINING FLOW...................................................................................................................................................... 9851

    Yun Lang

    ANALYSIS OF THE SCALE RATIO IN NAPPE FLOW CASE BY MEANS OF CFD NUMERICAL SIMULATION ................................................................................................................................................................. 9860

    Luis Gerardo Castillo

    CBOS FINITE ELEMENT METHOD FOR TWO-SIDED NON-FACING LID-DRIVEN SQUARE CAVITY FLOWS ............................................................................................................................................................ 9870

    Qingxiang Shui

    SIMULATION OF SHALLOW WATER FLOW BY DISCONTINUOUS GALERKIN FINITE ELEMENT METHOD .................................................................................................................................................... 9877

    Haegyun Lee

    SHALLOW WATER FLOW SIMULATION USING MULTISLOPE MUSCL METHOD.................................... 9891Jingming Hou

    THE IMPACT OF BRIDGES ON FLOOD PROPAGATION AND INUNDATION MODELLING ..................... 9899Anuar Md. Ali

    PARAMETERIZATION OF THE TURBULENT SCHMIDT NUMBER IN THE NUMERICAL SIMULATION OF OPEN-CHANNEL FLOWS .......................................................................................................... 9907

    Carlo Gualtieri

  • NUMERICAL MODELLING OF FLOOD WAVES WITHIN THE SEWAGE NETWORK USING A MODIFIED SHALLOW WATER EQUATION .......................................................................................................... 9915

    Hossein Mahdizadeh

    MODELING STUDY ON CHARACTERISTICS OF THE RIVER WITH A CROSSED POND .......................... 9923Zijun Hu

    A STUDY ON FLOW FIELD INDUCED BY HYDROPOWER INTAKES UPSTREAM OF A DAM IN CHINA ........................................................................................................................................................................ 9930

    Biao Huang

    ASSESSMENT OF A 3D VARIABLY SATURATED SUBSURFACE MODEL ...................................................... 9939Daniel Caviedes-Voullieme

    2D RIVER FLOOD SIMULATION USING INTERPOLATED RIVER BED GEOMETRY ................................. 9950Daniel Caviedes-Voullieme

    A GPU-ACCELERATED HYDRODYNAMIC MODEL FOR URBAN FLOOD INUNDATION.......................... 9961Qiuhua Liang

    PRESSURE SURGES IN THE COAXIAL PIPE SYSTEMS...................................................................................... 9972Tarasevich Vladimir

    HINDCAST AND FORECAST ACTIVITIES IN THE ADRIATIC SEA USING ROMS MODEL AND THE COAWST SYSTEM: A REVIEW............................................................................................................... 9979

    Aniello Russo

    APPLICATION OF INFOWORKS CS SOFTWARE FOR THE HYDRAULIC DESIGN OF HATS STAGE 2 SEWAGE CONVEYANCE SYSTEM IN HONG KONG, CHINA ........................................................... 9991

    Anil Kumar

    VOLUME 12

    UPGRADING THE WORLD LARGEST CHEMICALLY ENHANCED PRIMARY TREATMENT PLANT AT STONECUTTERS ISLAND IN HONG KONG, CHINA - MAXIMIZING PRIMARY SEDIMENTATION TANK CAPACITY AND PERFORMANCE USING COMPUTATIONAL FLUID DYNAMIC OPTIMIZED PROCESS HYDRAULIC ENHANCEMENT FEATURES ............................. 10002

    K. M. Ho

    TIDAL CURRENT ESTIMATION DURING ALGAL BLOOM ............................................................................. 10017Yingwei Wang

    FIELD SURVEY AND NUMERICAL MODELING OF HILLSLOPE HYDROLOGICAL PROCESSES OVER A HEADWATER CATCHMENT IN HONG KONG, CHINA............................................. 10025

    Qian Xu

    USE OF UNSTRUCTURED GRIDS FOR FLOOD MODELING OF THE YELLOW RIVER DOWNSTREAM RIVER REACH .............................................................................................................................. 10033

    Mario Castro Gama

    PREDICTION OF THE TEMPERATURE DYNAMICS IN A DEEP WATER RESERVOIR ............................ 10041Marcela Politano

    NUMERICAL INVESTIGATION OF ENERGY AND MOMENTUM-FLUX CORRECTION FACTORS IN FLOW OVER SIDE WEIRS............................................................................................................... 10053

    Saebeh Abbaspour

    DIRECT-NUMERICAL AND LARGE-EDDY SIMULATIONS OF THE SUBCRITICAL AND SUPERCRITICAL MIXING LAYERS....................................................................................................................... 10065

    Shooka Karimpour Ghannadi

    IMPROVING WATER SUPPLY SYSTEMS EFFICIENCY A METHODOLOGY FOR OPTIMAL CONTROL OF VARIABLE-SPEED PUMPS ............................................................................................................ 10075

    Bernardete Coelho

    DEVELOPMENT OF A HYDROLOGICAL MODEL USING OBSERVED DATA FOR THE MARINA CATCHMENT OF SINGAPORE .............................................................................................................. 10090

    Yabin Sun

    MODELING OF EROSION FUNNEL IN THE FRONT OF DAM BASED ON SPH............................................ 10101Aiguo Qian

    EULERIAN-LAGRANGIAN METHOD BASED ON STREAMLINE.................................................................... 10109Fei Yang

    FLOW ALGORITHMS DEVELOPMENT OF COMPOUND CULVERTS BY COMPUTATIONAL FLUID DYNAMICS ...................................................................................................................................................... 10116

    Liqiong Zhang

  • THE ANALYSIS OF THE ERROR IN FLOOD FORECASTING AND ITS PROBABILITY DISTRIBUTION CHARACTERISTICS .................................................................................................................... 10129

    Ziwu Fan

    A GENERAL FRAMEWORK FOR MODEL PARAMETER CALIBRATION USING JOB SCHEDULING OF AN HPC SYSTEM....................................................................................................................... 10137

    Ang Zhang

    INTEGRATING RELEVANCE VECTOR MACHINE AND GENETIC ALGORITHM FOR PREDICTION OF PHYTOPLANKTON ABUNDANCE IN FRESHWATER RESERVOIRS ............................ 10148

    Zhengchao Xie

    OPTIMAL REGULATION OF SECONDARY WATER SUPPLY TANKS BASED ON HYDRAULICS MODELING ....................................................................................................................................... 10161

    Siliang Qi

    PIPE FAILURE ANALYSIS FOR WATER DISTRIBUTION NETWORK BASED ON NON-HOMOGENEOUS POISSON PROCESS ................................................................................................................... 10170

    Qiang Xu

    FRAMEWORK AND KEY TECHNOLOGIES OF THREE-DIMENSIONAL FLOOD PROTECTION PLATFORM....................................................................................................................................... 10178

    Shanghong Zhang

    UBIQUITOUS COMPUTING CONCEPT FOR FLOOD WARNING SYSTEMS................................................. 10188Philippe Gourbesville

    TRANSLATING LEGISLATIVE REQUIREMENTS AND BEST PRACTICE GUIDANCE INTO A SYSTEMATIC, MULTI-CRITERIA DECISION SUPPORT FRAMEWORK FOR EFFECTIVE SUSTAINABLE DRAINAGE DESIGN EVALUATION........................................................................................... 10196

    Jo-Fai Chow

    PUMPING COSTS AND WATER QUALITY IN THE BATTLEFIELD OF OPTIMAL OPERATION OF WATER DISTRIBUTION NETWORKS .................................................................................... 10207

    Helena Mala-Jetmarova

    A BAYESIAN APPROACH TO ASSESS THE VULNERABILITY OF DRINKING WATER INFRASTRUCTURES UNDER HAZARDOUS EVENTS........................................................................................ 10220

    Alessandro Pagano

    A HIERARCHICAL METHOD FOR MANAGING MASSIVE DATA OF DRAINAGE NETWORKS EXTRACTED FROM HIGH RESOLUTION DEM FOR LARGE SCALE RIVER BASINS........................................................................................................................................................................... 10231

    Rui Bai

    TECHNOLOGY OF GROUNDWATER TREATMENT IN THE AQUIFER FOR DRINKING WATER SUPPLIES ...................................................................................................................................................... 10248

    Valery V. Kulakov

    PLATFORM DESIGN OF MULTIMEDIA INFORMATION FROM WATER CONSERVANCY ACTIVITIES.................................................................................................................................................................. 10255

    Zhiyong Xu

    THE NEW DIRECTIONS IN THE DEVELOPMENT OF CLOUD COMPUTING AND HYDROINFORMATICS.............................................................................................................................................. 10260

    Hao Duan

    ESTIMATION OF DESIGN RAINFALL IN ARID REGION: A CASE STUDY FOR QATAR USING L MOMENTS ................................................................................................................................................... 10266

    Abdullah Al Mamoon

    FLOOD FORECASTING IN HUAIHE RIVER BASIN USING DELFT-FEWS.................................................... 10275Min Xu

    ANALYSIS ON THE PERIODICITY OF ANNUAL EXTREME WATER LEVEL IN THE TIDAL REACHES OF XIJIANG RIVER,CHINA.................................................................................................................. 10282

    Lingli Wu

    DEVELOPMENT OF SMART RAINWATER TANKS............................................................................................ 10290Toshiyuki Moriyama

    REAPPEARANCE OF DREADFUL DROUGHT IN 1978 FOR ANHUI PROVINCE OF CHINA ..................... 10300Jingfeng Xin

    STUDY ON METHODS OF EXTRACTING RIVER NETWORK IN FLAT REGION BASED ON DEM................................................................................................................................................................................ 10308

    Bohua Zhao

    FINITE ELEMENT ANALYSIS FOR DISTURBANCE OF THE DEEP WATER RESERVOIR SEDIMENT SAMPLING.............................................................................................................................................. 10315

    Zhang Lei

  • SPATIAL RAINFALL CORRELATIONS AND THEIR IMPLICATIONS FOR RAINGAGE NETWORK AND RAINFALL INTERPOLATION .................................................................................................. 10324

    Bellie Sivakumar

    REAPPEARANCE OF DREADFUL DROUGHT IN 1978 FOR ANHUI PROVINCE OF CHINA ..................... 10332Jingfeng Xin

    ESTIMATING DISCHARGE COEFFICIENT OF CIRCULAR CRESTED-WIER USING ANFIS AND GAMMA TEST .................................................................................................................................................... 10340

    Naser Niknia

    ESTIMATION OF THE LOCAL SCOUR DEPTH AROUND REAL SCALED BRIDGE PIERS USING NEURAL NETWORKS AND ADAPTIVE NEURO-FUZZY INFERENCE SYSTEM ............................ 10347

    Taymaz Esmaeili

    TWO-DIMENSIONAL FLOOD SIMULATION IN UIJEONGBU AREA USING A NEW APPROACH METHOD AND BY COMPARING WITH THE EXISTING RESULTS OF ONE-DIMENSIONAL SIMULATIONS ............................................................................................................................... 10357

    Tae-Reem Kim

    USING SMART-PHONE AS CONTROL DEVICE IN MOBILE CANAL CONTROL FOR IRRIGATION CANALS ............................................................................................................................................... 10366

    Peter-Jules Van Overloop

    BEHAVIOURAL STUDY OF PAN EVAPORATION TIME SERIES- A CHAOTIC APPROACH.................... 10372T A Fathima

    UNCERTAINTY ANALYSIS OF DO CONCENTRATIONS IN THE BUFFALO RIVER USING THE PERTURBANCE MOMENTS METHOD......................................................................................................... 10379

    Christina Tsai

    BEACHPLAN AS AN OPEN-MI COMPOSITION ................................................................................................... 10389James Sutherland

    ASSESSMENT OF VEGETATION COVER CHANGE IN THE EBINUR BASIN BASED ON MULTI-SOURCE REMOTE SENSING DATA......................................................................................................... 10397

    Xiao Yu

    HYBRID MODELLING FOR RAINFALL-RECHARGE SYSTEM USING NEURAL NETWORK.................. 10404Kun Guo

    PERFORMANCE ANALYSIS OF UNDERGROUND POWERHOUSE SURROUNDING ROCK ON THE BASIS OF MONITORING DATA ..................................................................................................................... 10418

    Jun Wang

    ICE PROCESSES SIMULATION FOR MIDDLE ROUTE OF SOUTH-TO-NORTH WATER DIVERSION PROJECT ............................................................................................................................................... 10424

    Hui Fu

    STUDY OF CLIMATE CHANGE IMPACT ON HYDROLOGICAL SYSTEMS USING DOWNSCALING TOOLS............................................................................................................................................ 10433

    Yan Lu

    ADAPTING FLOOD RISK AND WATER RESOURCES MANAGEMENT TO CLIMATE CHANGE IN CHANGJIANG BASIN, CHINA .......................................................................................................... 10442

    Juerg Elsener Metz

    INFLUENCE OF CLIMATE AND ANTHROPOGENIC FEEDBACKS ON THE HYDROLOGICAL CYCLE, WATER MANAGEMENT AND ENGINEERING .................................................................................... 10451

    Roberto Ranzi

    VERIFICATION OF A RIVER ICE PROCESS MODEL USING CONTINUOUS FIELD MEASUREMENTS ....................................................................................................................................................... 10461

    Soheil Gharehaghaji Zare

    WATER IN A LIVING ENVIRONMENT; EXPERIMENTAL HYDRAULIC RESEARCH TO SUPPORT ADAPTATION TO A CHANGING CLIMATE ..................................................................................... 10473

    Peter Wellens

    ATTRIBUTION RECOGNITION OF THE RUNOFF VARIATIONS BASED ON THE COUPLED WATER-ENERGY BALANCE OF FUS EQUATION IN XIANG RIVER............................................................ 10483

    Yanying Shao

    COMPARISON OF DYNAMICAL AND STATISTICAL DOWNSCALING IN CLIMATE CHANGE IMPACT STUDY IN HANJIANG BASIN................................................................................................ 10489

    Yu Cheng

    IMPACT OF CLIMATE CHANGE ON CHINAS WATER RESOURCES AND ADAPTATION STRATEGIES................................................................................................................................................................ 10496

    Shujun Bao

  • UNCERTAINTY PROPAGATION OF CLIMATE CHANGE ASSESSMENT IN THE KOREAN PENINSULA .................................................................................................................................................................. 10503

    Jae-Kyoung Lee

    SPATIAL CHARACTERISTICS OF THE EFFECTS OF CLIMATE CHANGE AND HUMAN ACTIVITIES ON RUNOFF CHANGES IN THE LUAN RIVER BASIN BASED ON BUDYKO FRAMEWORK ............................................................................................................................................................. 10511

    Sidong Zeng

    ADAPTATION TO THE IMPACT OF CLIMATE CHANGE ON AVAILABILITY OF WATER RESOURCES AND DEVELOPMENT OF IRRIGATED AGRICULTURE IN ARMENIA................................. 10523

    Levon Levonyan

    A STOCHASTIC WEATHER GENERATOR FOR DAILY CLIMATE VARIABLE ANALYSIS ..................... 10534Lucia Marotta

    MULTIVARIATE SYNTHETIC INDEXES FOR EVALUATING LOCAL CLIMATIC CHANGES ................ 10546Ragosta Maria

    CHARACTERISTICS AND EFFECTING FACTORS OF THE TIDAL LEVEL IN PEARL RIVER ESTUARY UNDER CHANGING ENVIRONMENT ................................................................................................ 10558

    Haiying Hu

    DRAINAGE MODULUS CALCULATION METHOD RESEARCH ON BINJIANG URBAN POLDER AREAS PUMP STATION ........................................................................................................................... 10566

    Yuan Shi

    ANNUAL MAXIMUM RAINFALL OCCURRENCE DATES FREQUENCY ANALYSIS BASED ON MIXED VON MISES DISTRIBUTION ............................................................................................................... 10572

    Xiaozhong Sun

    TREND VARIATION OF STREAMFLOW IN THE CHAOHE RIVER, A TRIBUTARY OF THE MIYUN RESERVOIR IN NORTHERN CHINA ....................................................................................................... 10580

    Peiyu Liang

    IMPACT OF TWO CALIBRATION STRATEGIES ON FLOW SIMULATION IN QIANTANG RIVER BASIN, CHINA ................................................................................................................................................ 10586

    Qian Zhu

    EVALUATION OF POINT RAINFALL ESTIMATION METHODS IN HONG KONG, CHINA ...................... 10594Yeou-Koung Tung

    SPATIO-TEMPORAL ANALYSIS OF MONTHLY TEMPERATURE IN THE MOUNTAINOUS REGIONS OF PERU. AN APPROACH FOR NCEP NCAR REANALYSIS DATA CORRECTION. ................ 10602

    Pedro Rau

    AN OPEN FLOOD FORECASTING SYSTEM AND ITS POTENTIAL APPLICATION IN THE HUAIHE RIVER BASIN, CHINA ............................................................................................................................... 10613

    Kai Wang

    REVIEW OF CLIMATE CHANGE IMPACT ANALYSIS ON RAINFALL EXTREMES AND URBAN DRAINAGE .................................................................................................................................................... 10622

    Patrick Willems

    BANK COLLAPSE PREDICTION USING BP ARTIFICIAL NEURAL NETWORKS ....................................... 10630Xiaofeng Zhang

    SIMULATION OF EXHAUST GAS DIFFUSION LAW OF A LABORATORY BASED ON FLUENT ......................................................................................................................................................................... 10639

    Yalei Zhang

    BACKWARD PIPING IN MULTI-LAYER DIKE FOUNDATIONS: EXPERIMENTS AND MODEL VALIDATION ............................................................................................................................................................... 10650

    Qiuling Yao

    STATIONARY VS. NON-STATIONARY OF EXTREME RAINFALL IN DAR ES SALAAM (TANZANIA) ................................................................................................................................................................. 10660

    Francesco De Paola

    REGIONAL FREQUENCY ANALYSIS OF EXTREME PRECIPITATION IN THE HUAIHE RIVER BASIN, CHINA ................................................................................................................................................ 10672

    Hong Du

    ASSESSING THE UNCERTAINTIES OF RADAR RAINFALL PREDICTION AND RUNOFF SIMULATION PARAMETER: TOWARD AN OPERATIONAL ENSEMBLE FLOOD FORECASTING IN URBAN RIVER BASIN............................................................................................................. 10687

    Ratih Indri Hapsari

    PREDICTION APPROACH FOR FAILURE OF TAILINGS DAM ....................................................................... 10698Runze Miao

  • LONG TERM AND SHORT TERM VEGETATION RESTORATION OF LANDSLIDES ON THE YIGONGTSANGPO RIVER........................................................................................................................................ 10707

    Wenjing Shi

    A POTENTIAL 2D HYDRODYNAMIC APPROACH IN FLOOD MAPPING: CASE STUDY OF MUAR RIVER BASIN, MALAYSIA .......................................................................................................................... 10714

    Yuk San Liew

    DUTCH NATIONAL ROOM FOR THE RIVER PROJECT: WATER GOVERNANCE IN THE DELTA, AN INTEGRATED APPROACH FOR RIVER SAFETY AND URBAN DEVELOPMENT................. 10722

    Pim Nijssen

    ONE-DIMENSIONAL NUMERICAL MODEL FOR DAM-BREAK FLOOD SIMULATION BASED ON GIS ........................................................................................................................................................................... 10728

    Dawei Zhang

    SUITABILITY OF 1D MODELS FOR HYDRAULIC HAZARD ASSESSMENT ON MEANDERING FLOODPLAINS ............................................................................................................................... 10736

    Gaetano Crispino

    BIORETENTION WITH SHALLOW FILL MEDIA................................................................................................ 10745Zeying Li

    THE RESEARCH AND APPLICATION ON CALCULATION METHOD OF DESIGN FLOOD IN SMALL BASIN.............................................................................................................................................................. 10752

    Zhang Fahong

    GIS-BASED FLOOD RISK ANALYSIS IN JIAKOUWA FLOOD DETENTION BASIN.................................... 10765Qingzhu Geng

    THE FLOOD RISK ANALYSIS OF TAIHU LAKE BASIN UNDER THE SIMULTANEOUS ENCOUNTER OF TAIHU LAKE HIGH WATER LEVEL, TYPHOON RAINSTORM AND HIGH TIDE LEVEL ................................................................................................................................................................. 10772

    Ximin Yuan

    CHARACTERISTIC OF VELOCITY INDEX IN RIVERS WITH RIVERBED FLUCTUATION DURING FLOOD.......................................................................................................................................................... 10784

    Yoshiki Motonaga

    CHARACTERISTICS OF AMAMI OSHIMA ISLAND HEAVY RAINFALL DISASTER IN OCTOBER 2010 ............................................................................................................................................................ 10792

    Akihiro Hashimoto

    ROBUST FLOOD VULNERABILITY IDENTIFICATION USING INTEGRATED VIKOR AND TOPSIS APPROACH ................................................................................................................................................... 10800

    Gyumin Lee

    THE APPLICATION OF QUANTITATIVE PRECIPITATION FORECAST AND ITS PRECIPITATION ENSEMBLE PREDICTION ON FLOOD FORECAST ........................................................... 10809

    Tao Peng

    AN ISPH MODEL FOR THE DYNAMICS OF DRY GRANULAR ASSEMBLIES.............................................. 10818Xuzhen He

    DISCUSSION ON DEBRIS FLOW DRAINAGE CANAL DAMAGE TYPE AND REASONS ............................ 10829Jiangang Chen

    A MULTI-SCENARIO ANALYSIS OF THE STORM SURGE HAZARD FOR SRI LANKA ............................ 10836Janaka J. Wijetunge

    QUANTITATIVE ANALYSIS OF TERRESTRIAL LANDSCAPE EVOLUTION OF SHENYANG BASED ON REMOTE SENSING ................................................................................................................................ 10845

    You Yanli

    PREDICTION OF STEP-POOL DEVELOPMENT MODEL IN MOUNTAIN RIVERS ..................................... 10853Tung Chiung Chang

    USE OF SIMPLIFIED WAVE MODELS IN SHALLOW UNSTEADY FLOWS OF POWER LAW FLUIDS .......................................................................................................................................................................... 10863

    Cristiana Di Cristo

    THE PROBLEM OF BREACH MORPHOLOGY AND THE OUTFLOW HYDROGRAPH IN DAM BREACHING ................................................................................................................................................................ 10873

    Gianluca De Lorenzo

    THE DYNAMIC COEFFICIENT FOR COLLISIONAL GRANULAR FLOWS AT FLAT FRICTIONAL WALLS ................................................................................................................................................ 10881

    Lei Zhang

    RAPID TSUNAMI SIMULATOR ON GPU USING UNSTRUCTURED MESH SYSTEM .................................. 10890Xinxiang Zeng

  • AN EXPERIMENTAL STUDY ON THE EFFECTS OF A STEEP INLAND CLIFF ON THE BEACH MORPHOLOGICAL CHANGE CAUSED BY TSUNAMI-LIKE FLOWS ............................................. 10898

    Shawn Yisheng Sim

    DEVELOPING A TROPICAL CYCLONE PARAMETRIC WIND MODEL WITH LANDFALL EFFECT FOR REAL-TIME PREDICTION OF WIND AND STORM SURGE.................................................... 10902

    Taide Ding

    EFFECTIVENESS OF A SHORE-PARALLEL CANAL TO REDUCE TSUNAMI IMPACT ............................ 10916Nguyen Xuan Dao

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