A session of Short-communications has been activated
Researchers working on specific aspects and/or case studies that are related to the purposes of the Colloquium (effects induced by human actions, sediment-biota interactions, effect induced by natural critical events) are invited to participate to this session. Contributions related to future perspectives in research in these topics are welcome.
Those interested please send a message and a short abstract to: firstname.lastname@example.org, no later than November 20, 2013.
Call for Abstracts
Abstracts of maximum 300 words should be submitted by e-mail directly to email@example.com. Abstract must contain the paper title, the authors names, their corresponding affiliation, postal and e-mail addresses. All submitted abstracts (please both in DOC and in PDF) should be written in English.
New deadline for abstract submission: November 3, 2013
After the colloquium, written versions will be published in a guest-edited Special Issue.
For more information including on important dates, venue, travel, accommodation and registration, please visit the website:
The colloquium aims at establishing tight links between leading scientists and research activities in fluvial processes in appreciation of Yalin’s work.
Thus, themes of the colloquium are principally topics that Yalin’s work covered:
Topics include but are not limited to:
Large-scale river morphodynamics