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Introduction

A key challenge for society to address environmental problems stems from the need for multidisciplinary cooperation and interdisciplinary integration. Exchange and teamwork among ecologists, physicists, hydraulicians, hydrologists, engineers, climatologists, chemists, biologists, toxicologists, statisticians, and other allied disciplines is imperative. Similarly exchange among teams from around the world is also important to bring diverse perspectives to bear on the common global problems.

Cooperation in science often comes by forming and sustaining a community. This web site as a whole seeks to foster community and the webpages listed below provide a variety of useful aids to help us interact and grow together.

Find Ecohydraulics on Twitter

Everything around riparian, instream & aquatic vegetation SeedlingSplashing sweat symbol & environmental hydraulics. Tag us #EcoHydraulics to be featured.

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@LivingTheFlow

Worldwide independent organization of engineers and water specialists. Check out @IAHR on Twitter.

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IAHR

Int'l Assoc. for Hydro-Env. Eng. & Res.

Researcher at CERIS @IST | Ecohydraulics, river restoration & modeling, Mediterranean ecosystems | Inspired by #nature & #rivers & #sustainability

 

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Isabel Boavida

Researcher

Institute of Hydrobiology and Aquatic Ecosystem Management, University of Natural Resources and Life Sciences, Vienna.

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BKU IHG

Institute

Research Fellow at @ETH_en and @EawagResearch; modeling river thermo- and morphodynamics. A passionate member of @ECoENet

 

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Davide Vanzo

Research Fellow

Follow me at @rafaelotinoco on Twitter. I am an Assistant Professor at University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, Ecohydraulics and Ecomorphodynamics Laboratory (#EEL).

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Rafael Tinoco

Professor