Synergistic approaches to respond to water, food and energy increasing needs, incorporating the need to hinder impacts on the environmental (land) and socio-economic realities, are essential to attain the UN Sustainable Development Goals 2, 6, 7 and 15. Such nexus approach is highly challenging given the substantial and highly contextual interdependencies between sectors. It becomes more daunting if we consider the need to adapt to climate change.

In response to this global development challenge, this session brings together the community of engineers, scholars, scientists and decision makers, with a common interest on novel frameworks and methodologies for an integrated water resources management taking into account its connections to energy production, land use and impacts and societal implications in a context of climate change adaptation. We discuss improved approaches for water related nexus, which not only considers the effects in the geophysical system (water, sediment, landscape) but also further implications related to socio-economic and ecological spheres. The works presented contain conceptual and applied models with references to energy production, engineering response, management, nature protection, agriculture and society. New approaches to analyse and manage superficial water storage, essential to sustain and stabilize water supply, food and energy production, reduce hydro-climatological hazards, and adapt to climate change, are discussed as well.

More generally, the session presents integrated models for assessment and optimization which identify co-benefits and trade-offs between different Sustainable Development Goals at several spatial and temporal scales: global, regional and basin; and short, middle and long- term perspectives, respectively. Contributions integrate the impacts of climate change into long-term planning, dynamic adaptation or simulation models.

Co-organized as HS5.5.2/ERE8.3/GM8.6
Convener: Mário J Franca | Co-conveners: Edward A. Byers, Andrey V. Mitusov, Gretchen Gettel, Germán Santos, Francesco Gardumi, Michelle van Vliet
| Mon, 08 Apr, 14:00–18:00
Room L7
| Attendance Tue, 09 Apr, 08:30–10:15
Hall A

Attendance time: Tuesday, 9 April 2019, 08:30–10:15 | Hall A

Chairperson: Mário J. Franca
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Mario Franca, Bernadette Kawera, Amanda Yahaya, Roshan Paudel, Ângelo Matsinhe, Gretchen Gettel, Tibor Stigter, Berry Gersonius, Clemêncio Nhantumbo, and Miroslav Marence
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Inga Retike, Agnese Priede, Jaanus Terasmaa, Siim Tarros, Andis Kalvāns, Kersti Türk, Jānis Bikše, and Rebeka Hansen-Vera
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Maria Sako, Eleni Tsoli, Romanos Ioannidis, Evangelia Frangedaki, G.-Fivos Sargentis, and Demetris Koutsoyiannis
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Stefano Casadei, Silvia Di Francesco, Francesca Giannone, and Arnaldo Pierleoni
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Sabine Chamoun, Mathieu Barnoud, Pedro Manso, and Giovanni De Cesare
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Experimental study and numerical simulation of flow patterns in Detention Basin during flood
Marjan Parsmehr, Ablodol Reza Zahiri, and Mohammad Bijankhan
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Yesica Rodriguez, German Santos, Gerald Corzo, Hector Angarita, and Juliana Delgado
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Handriyanti Diah Puspitarini, Baptiste François, Mattia Zaramella, Casey Brown, and Marco Borga
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Angelo Carlino, Patrizia Zamberletti, Francesca Recanati, Matteo Giuliani, Andrea Castelletti, Alessia De Vita, Maria Kannavou, and Alexandros Makrysopoulos
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Francesco Gardumi, Vignesh Sridharan, Eunice Ramos, Constantinos Taliotis, Ioannis Pappis, Linus Mofor, and Mark Howells
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Nina Zarrineh, Karim C. Abbaspour, and Annelie Holzkämper
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Rebecka Ericsdotter Engström, Mark Howells, and Georgia Destouni
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Jenny Gabriela Peña Balderrama, Thomas Alfstad, Silvia Ulloa Jiménez, Abhishek Shivakumar, Gustavo Ayala Ticona, and Mark Howells
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Eunice Ramos, Mark Howells, Vignesh Sridharan, Youssef Almulla, Lucia De Strasser, Rebecka Engström, Dimitris Mentis, Contantinos Taliotis, Francesco Gardumi, Ioannis Pappis, Gabriela Pena Balderrama, Caroline Sundin, and Agnese Beltramo
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Robel Geressu, Christian Siderius, Julien Harou, and Declan Conway
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The impacts of agricultural and industrial developments to the water supply from Jatiluhur Reservoir, Indonesia
Aries Purwanto, Janez Sušnik, Franciscus Suryadi, and Charlotte de Fraiture
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Opening access and using deep sea data to improve knowledge from observations through ocean models
Paolo Oliveri and Simona Simoncelli