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Hydrology & Society: Transdisciplinary approaches to hydrology and water resources managementPICO Session
Convener: Christopher (Kit) Macleod 
Co-Conveners: Eva Nora Paton , Gemma Carr , Stuart Lane , Leon Hermans , Carly Maynard , Tobias Krueger , Roland Barthel , Eric Lindquist 
Session details
 / Tue, 19 Apr, 08:30–08:54 / PICO spot 1
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Tuesday, 19 Apr 2016
PICO spot 1
Introduction (5 minutes)

08:30–08:32 PICO1.1
Achieving Natural Flood Management through collaboration
Alex Nicholson, Samantha Byers, Ted Thomas, and Phil Welton
08:32–08:34 PICO1.2
A participatory modelling approach to developing a numerical sediment dynamics model
Nicholas Jones, Lindsey McEwen, Chris Parker, and Chad Staddon
08:34–08:36 PICO1.3
Stakeholders and public involvement for flood protection: traditional river management organisations for a better consideration of local knowledge?
Stephan Utz, Stuart Lane, and Emmanuel Reynard
08:36–08:38 PICO1.4
Transboundary water resources management and livelihoods: interactions in the Senegal river
Laurent Bruckmann and Gérard Beltrando
08:38–08:40 PICO1.5
The precipitationshed as a tool for tracing hydrological tele-connections among social-ecological systems
Patrick Keys, Lan Wang-Erlandsson, and Line Gordon
08:40–08:42 PICO1.6
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Increasing sustainable stormwater management adaption through transdisciplinary research
Thea Wingfield, Karen Potter, Gareth Jones, Jack Spees, and Neil Macdonald
08:42–08:44 PICO1.7
Strategies for transdisciplinary research on peri-urban groundwater management in the Ganges delta
Leon Hermans, Wil Thissen, Sharlene Gomes, Poulomi Banerjee, Vishal Narain, Mashfiqus Salehin, Rezaul Hasan, Anamika Barua, Shah Alam Khan, Samir Bhattacharya, Remi Kempers, Parthasarathi Banerjee, Zakir Hossain, Binoy Majumdar, and Riad Hossain
08:44–08:46 PICO1.8
Establishment of Groundwater Arsenic Potential Distribution and Discrimination in Taiwan
Kuo Sheng Tsai, Yu Ying Chen, Chih Chung Liu, and Chien Wen Lin
08:46–08:48 PICO1.9
Integrating Hydrology and Historical Geography in an Interdisciplinary Environmental Masters Program in Northern Ontario, Canada
Kirsten Greer and April James
08:48–08:50 PICO1.10
Benefits from a geographers' perspective on human-water systems - the waterscape concept
Mariele Evers, Britta Höllermann, Adrian Almoradie, and Linda Taft
08:50–08:52 PICO1.11
The role of the “socio” in socio-hydrology: equal partner or a marriage of convenience (and necessity)?
Eric Lindquist
08:52–08:54 PICO1.12
Tensions between opening up and closing down moments in transdisciplinary water research
Tobias Krueger, Carly Maynard, Gemma Carr, Antje Bruns, Eva Mueller, and Stuart Lane
Group discussion (20-25 minutes)

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