The cyber-management of water resources and source watersheds is an emerging prospect stemming from cyberinfrastructure-based advancements in science and engineering. It is a prospect motivated by the pressing needs for sustainable water resources. Development and implementation of cyber-management requires extensive multidisciplinary effort involving several institutions of research and education. This paper discusses a current international, partnering initiative that brings together complementary expertise and resources from six European, Asian and American water-related institutes to enable through research, education and knowledge transfer advancements in the cyber-management of water resources.
|Original language||English (US)|
|Title of host publication||31st IAHR Congress 2005|
|Subtitle of host publication||Water Engineering for the Future, Choices and Challenges|
|Editors||Jun Byong-Ho, Il Lee Sang, Seo Il Won, Choi Gye-Woon|
|Publisher||Korea Water Resources Association|
|Number of pages||11|
|ISBN (Electronic)||8987898245, 9788987898247|
|State||Published - 2005|
|Event||31st IAHR Congress 2005: Water Engineering for the Future, Choices and Challenges - Seoul, Korea, Republic of|
Duration: Sep 11 2005 → Sep 16 2005
|Name||31st IAHR Congress 2005: Water Engineering for the Future, Choices and Challenges|
|Conference||31st IAHR Congress 2005: Water Engineering for the Future, Choices and Challenges|
|Country||Korea, Republic of|
|Period||9/11/05 → 9/16/05|
Bibliographical noteFunding Information:
The authors are thankful for the contributions provided by W. Krajewski, L. Weber and A. Papanicolaou - UI; Bruce Rhoads - UIUC, W. Arnolds - UM; I. Popescu and A. Jonoski - UNESCO-IHE; J.C. Bathurst, J.W. Hall - IRES; F-P. Lin and W-Y. Chang - NCHC.
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- Research-education integration
- Water resources management