The detailed programme of the 4th I.S.Rivers Conference is available: discover all the communications below.
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- The opening and closing plenary conferences will be led by our keynote speakers
- The oral presentations of the authors selected by our review committee are divided into 4 rooms according to the themes of the conference, for a total of 28 sessions which subjects are detailed below
- Several poster sessions are planned on Tuesday and Wednesday to allow the participants and authors to talk freely about the papers
- 3 workshops are available on guest list and will take place on Monday 4th of July 2022 (optional)
- 4 technical tours are available upon registration (limited number of places) and will take place on Friday 8th of July 2022 (optional)
- A welcome cocktail will be held on Monday evening and a closing cocktail will be held on Thursday evening
- The gala evening is scheduled for Wednesday evening
- Various events will take place in parallel to the conference (more details on our dedicated page) including the exhibition Visages du Rhone (“Faces of the Rhône river”): a visit is organized by us with a departure at 18:30 from the university
- An exhibition on the topic of river transportation will be on display on Thursday at the University as part of the conference.
Conference proceedings and individual abstracts will be available in late June 2022.
Tuesday 5th of July
Economist, author, member of the Académie Française and Chair of Initiative for the future of great rivers.
Environmental fragility, human fragility: a necessary global approach – the example of rivers
Senior advisor on Hydraulics, Morphology and Water Management at Rijkswaterstaat
Challenges in the Rhine-Meuse delta: mitigating climate change and anthropogenic interventions
Professor and Head of Natural Science at the Indian Institue of Technology, Gandhinagar
A human-centric approach for river management in the Anthropocene: an example from the large Ganga River system, India
Session chaired by Jean-Luc Probst and Yves Meinier
Ayrault S., Evrard O., Coynel A., Debret M., Gardes T., Winiarski T., Perceval O., Van Der Perk M., Grosbois C.
What are the key factors influencing sediment quality along Western European rivers?
Mondamert L., Labanowski J., Bourrain X.
Comparison of metallic and organic contaminants temporal trajectories recorded in sedimentary archives of the Loire basin
Modelling a severe transient anoxia of continental freshwaters due to a Scheldt accidental release (sugar industry)
Assessment of the impact of gold mining on the quality of water resources in the Lom Basin: Multivariate statistical analysis, water quality index and spatial interpolation
Nguyen Truong A., Minh Tam L., Troger R., Wiberg K., Némery J., Nguyen Phuoc D., Baduel C.
Emerging contaminants in a tropical estuary impacted by a megacity: spatial distribution and risk assessment
Session chaired by Carole Barthélémy and Jean-Louis Michelot
Let rivers be rivers: using Maori knowledge to reframe river management in Aotearoa New Zealand
River culture in China and India, a comparative perspective on its origins, challenges, and solutions
The Casamance River and the hold of the sacred, geographical study of sacred river spaces
Gender and sediment extraction in the Usumacinta river basin, Mexico
“Cap sur le Rhône”: a network of actors and collective projects to tell the story of the river’s complexity
Session chaired by James Brasington and Baptiste Marteau
Using Young-of-the-Year fish assemblages for bio-indication: a management and restoration tool for large navigated rivers systems
Mourier B., Peteuil C., Fretaud T.
Interest of geophysical methods to determine the evolution and the spatial distribution of sedimentary deposits upstream of run-of-the-river dams (Upper Rhône, France)
Schenk K., Leite Ribeiro M., Bartosova A., Giardino C., Bresciani M., Matta E., Ruther N.
HYPOS, an online decision support tool for sediment management in reservoirs
Petitjean S., Bourcier P., Versanne J., Thomas Archambeau D.
Monitoring water quality by aquatic drone: development and experimentation on hydroelectric dam reservoir
Boutron O., Elger A.
DEMETHER, a numerical model and a management support tool of aquatic vegetation
Session chaired by Hervé Piégay and Christine Weber*
Barthélémy C., Cottet M., Gramaglia C., Lamouroux N., Lusson M., Navratil O., Piégay H.
Taking an interdisciplinary perspective to disentangle complex effects of restoring ecological continuity in riverine socio-ecosystems
Barreteau O., Barthelemy C., Camenen B., Cauvy-Fraunié S., Comby E., Datry T., Johannet A., Le Lay Y., Moatar F., Navratil O., Némery J., Piégay H., Piola F., Puijalon S., Sauquet E., Simon L.
Generalizing local knowledge for informing global approaches: lessons from the Rhône Long Term Socio-Ecological Research platform.
Tracking Monitoring and Performance Measures at the Watershed Scale
Integrating hydrogeomorphological principles and human benefits in river restoration: framework proposal for projects management
Borgwardt F., Funk., Haidvogl., Meulenbroek P., Muhar S. Rauch P., Tschikof M., Under G., Weigelhofer G.
Integration of the meta-ecosystem approach into a socio-ecological framework for restoring large rivers
Session chaired by Nicolas Flipo* and Thomas Pelte*
Crochemore L., Montginoul., Sauquet E.
Water uses and climate change in the Rhône basin: quantification of the impact of different adaptation strategies on the resource
Adapting California’s Water Governance to a Changing Climate
Buffin-Bélanger T., Biron P., Choné G.
Preliminary flood risk assessment in Quebec and risk evolution related with increasing discharge
Drought stress of Riparian Woodlands from Groundwater Decline and Climate Change: Ecosystem Indicators at Multiple Scales
Session chaired by Anne Chin and Emeline Comby
Evette A., Rivière-Honegger A., Vukelic S.
Develop rivers through soil bioengineering: a solution for the city of tomorrow?
Nature-based solutions to reduce flood risk: Perspectives from France and the US
Bubeck P., Kuhlicke C.
Factors shaping public attitude towards nature-based solutions based on theories of risk and place: the case of dike relocation projects along the Elbe River
Education to the flooding risk: how to build the citizen’s resilience to climate change?
Session chaired by Martin Pusch* and Delphine Danancher*
Nguyen T A., Saliman R., Gratiot N., Strady E., Nguyen Tuyet T N., Baduel C.
Seasonal distribution of phytoplankton in a tropical estuary under high urban pressure
Reservoirs change pCO2 and water quality of downstream rivers: evidence from three reservoirs in the Seine Basin
Samie R., Monteil C., Sanchez Perez J. M.
Using SWAT model to study suspended sediments and nitrates regulation by wetlands in the Vienne watershed
Franquet E., Stolzenberg N., Fruget J-F., Marion L., Souty-Grosset C., Anneville O., Cavalli L., Faure J-P., Corget N., Josserand F., Banaru D.
Ecosystem based approach of a Lower Saone River section to assess the impact of invasive or expanding species
Session chaired by John Stella* and Isabelle Eudes*
Rollet A-J., Lasne E.
Dynamic of biogeomorphological processes in moderate energy system : the example of the Sélune river.
Response of gravel bank plant communities to restoration of alluvial margins on the old Rhone of Péage-de-Rousillon (Isère-Ardèche, France)
Dufour S., Le Coeur D., Bernez I.
Three years after hydroelectric dam removal: how spontaneous vegetation colonize the neo-valley of the Sélune river (Normandy)?
Long and short term effects of anthropogenic developments on the riparian communities of the Rhône
|TH1-TRAJ||Amini H., Monegaglia F., Tubino M., Zolezzi G.||ITALY||The prediction of planform in meandering rivers using Machine learning models|
|TH1-TRAJ||Bonneau J., Branger F., Vidal J-P., Rabotin M., Sauquet E.||FRANCE||Explore2, water’s future: study of the impact of climate change on the watersheds of the Loire and the Rhone through the application of a distributed hydrological model based on physics|
|TH1-TRAJ||*Christin F., Podechard T., Lebon N.||FRANCE||COGERE – Decision support tool against global changes|
|TH1-TRAJ||Hajdukiewicz H., Wyżga B.||POLAND||Twentieth-century development of floodplain forests in Polish Carpathian valleys|
|TH1-TRAJ||Némery J., Castebrun H., Thuong Thinh Q., Michel A., Montoya-Coronado V., Molle P., Nguyen Truong A., Gratiot N.||FRANCE||Alternative management of urban water in large metropolitan areas: comparison between Lyon (France) and Ho Chi Min Ville (Vietnam)|
|TH1-TRAJ||Sauquet E., Lecoent P., Huang P., Catalogne C., Vidal J-P., Lhuissier L., Dariba N., Goulard F.||FRANCE||Dynamic adaptive policy pathways under climate change for the Neste system (Pyrenees, France)|
|TH1-TRAJ||Seignemartin G., Piégay H., Mourier B., Riquier J., Raepple B., Winiarski T.||FRANCE||Spatio-temporal terrestrialization patterns within the dike fields of a highly engineered river|
|TH1-TRAJ||Šulc Michalková M., Machová K., Bertalan L., Mácka Z.||CZECH REPUBLIC||The major factors influencing the meandering river pattern in the 20th century (case studies from Sajó River and Sacramento River)|
|TH1-TRAJ||Thomas A., Eyrolle F., Chabaux F., Euzen C., Badariotti D., Schmitt L.||FRANCE||Environmental marking of postash mines in Alsace: the evolution of the quantity in ⁴⁰K and resilience of the Rhine River|
|TH2- FONC||Adewolu A., Anquez B., Perret F., Rangel-Trejo A., Oldrich N., Cherqui F., Bernardo J., Namour P., Fakri-Bouchet L.||FRANCE||Low-Cost systems for water quality monitoring|
|TH2- FONC||Ammari A.||ALGERIA||Entropy approach as a tool of discharge measurments for gauged and ungauged river sites|
|TH2- FONC||Andréault A., Rodrigues S., Gaudichet C.||FRANCE||Application of a Gaussian Mixture Model on a LiDAR Topo-bathymetric survey for the identification of morphological units of a channel river|
|TH2- FONC||Coly A., Gueye F., Sall F.||SENEGAL||Biodiveristy dynamics of the Senegal River basin coastline|
|TH2- FONC||Delile H., Dendievel A-M., Yari A., Masson M., Miege C., Mourier B., Coquery M.||FRANCE||Assessment of the contamination of the world’s larger river basins from the specific particulate flows of inherited micropollutants|
|TH2- FONC||Eyrolle F., Copard Y., Evrard O., Lepage H., Lestel L., Mourier B., Shaefer J., Sempere R.||FRANCE||The memory of riverine sediments used to predict the environmental impact of new technologies|
|TH2- FONC||Forcellini M., Plichard L., Dolédec S., Mérigoux S., Olivier J-M., Cauvy-Fraunié S., Lamouroux N.||FRANCE||Modelling macroinvertebrate microhabitat selection: relevance, generality and link to biological traits|
|TH2- FONC||Gateuille D., Dusaucy J., Naffrechoux E., Cottin N., Fanget P., Tourreau G., Gallinelli P., Gillet F.||FRANCE||Microplastic pollution in remote alpine lakes|
|TH2- FONC||Iannuzzi Z., Polomé P.||FRANCE||Identification of the sources of pollution in the Rhône|
|TH2- FONC||Martinez T., Hammoumi A., Ducret G., Berger J-F., Moreaud M., Deschamps R.||FRANCE||Inputs and application of an automated multi-class segmentation of the Cassini land use map (XVIIIth c.) to the understanding of landscape and river dynamics at the end of the LIA|
|TH2- FONC||Nguyen Truong A., Némery J., Gratiot N., Dao T-S., Thieu V., Garnier J., Laruelle G.||FRANCE||Modeling the seasonal nutrients dynamics and phytoplankton development in Saigon River Estuary, Vietnam|
|TH2- FONC||Noclin N., Kieffer L., Mourier B., Troudet L., Le Coz J., Faure J-B., Riquier J., Camenen B., Winiarski T.||FRANCE||Role of hydraulic forcing on fluvial sedimentary environments; hydrosedimentary modeling approach coupled with in situ studies|
|TH2- FONC||Nogaro G., Cordier F., Claude N., Jouy B., Puijalon S.||FRANCE||Two-dimensional numerical modeling of the uprooting of macrophytes on a reach of the Rhône River|
|TH2- FONC||Pruvost J., Dhivert E., Mourier B., Winniarski T., Tassin B., Gasperi J.||FRANCE||Archiving and spatial variability of miscroplastics in rivers sediments|
|TH2- FONC||Robichon C., Dolédec S., Robin J.||FRANCE||Towards the modeling of cyanobacteria development and toxicity in a regulated river|
|TH2- FONC||Thieu V., Casquin A., Silvestre M., Laruelle G., Billen G., Garnier J.||FRANCE||Contribution of integrated land-sea modelling in the co-construction of territorialized scenarios to limit eutrophication of the French coastline|
|TH2- FONC||Thieu V., Silvestre M., Casquin A., Garnier J., Billen G.||FRANCE||Modelling of carbon and nutrient transfers in French rivers: First step of a national generic land to sea modelling chain to fight against coastal eutrophication|
|TH2- FONC||Waeles M., Guérin C., Rouget M-L., Briant N.||FRANCE||Toxic metal levels and fluxes in the Aulne River and its tributaries; impact of historical mining activities of Huelgoat-Poullaouen|
|TH2- FONC||Wazne M., Vallier M., Dendievel A., Mourier B., Simon L., Krause S., Mermillod-Blondin F.||FRANCE||Hydro-sedimentological factors impacting the distribution and abundance of microplastics in fluvial ecosystems|
|TH2- FONC||Zielonka A., Liro M., Grodzinska-Jurczak M., Liro J., Kiss T., Van Emmerik T., Wyżga B.||POLAND||Mismanaged plastic waste along the Carpathian watercourses|
|TH3-REST||Cortés Sánchez F M., Molina Martin B., Diaz-Redondo M.||SPAIN||The Vinalopo River (Alicante, Spain): a restoration proposal for a non-perennial mediterranean river with multiple anthropogenic pressures|
|TH3-REST||Coudreuse J., Bernez I.||FRANCE||Long term survey of aquatic vegetation along the river Sélune: macrophytes as indicators of the coupled impact of big dam removal and decades of agricultural pressures|
|TH3-REST||Cyffka B., Stammel B., Betz F., Gelhaus M., Borgs T.||GERMANY||Scientific Efficiency Control of Restoration Success: a Case Study on a Danube Stretch in Bavaria (Germany)|
|TH3-REST||Fourrier A., Launay M., André S., De Cesare G.||SWITZERLAND||River mouth revitalization design, how to improve ecosystem services and environmental benefits of engineering work?|
|TH3-REST||Gouraud V., Insulaire F., Cattaneo F., Paillex A., Barillier A., Malavoi J-R.||FRANCE||Factors explaining trapping and stranding of fish in a river submitted to strong flow variations linked to hydropeaking production|
|TH3-REST||Sprecher L., Weber C., Thomas G., Baumgartner S.||SWITZERLAND||Challenges and opportunities of using adaptive monitoring in river restoration in Switzerland|
|TH4-HOM||Crozier P.||FRANCE||Story Fishers – Water memories – A river, a memory|
|TH4-HOM||Michelot J-M.||FRANCE||Wandering along the Rhône: eight years of sensitive discovery of the river|
Wednesday 6th of July
Session chaired by Thomas Polin* and Stanley Gregory
Houbrechts G., Gautier E., Peeters A., Dépret T., Gilet L.
Impact of anthropogenic weirs on the sediment continuity of rivers in the Seine basin and the Ardennes massif
Le Coz J., Lauters F., Pierrefeu G., Stepanian J., Laible J.
Sedimentary issues and monitoring of dam flushing operations: The Lower Isère River case in 2021
Update of sediment flows (coarse, sands, fine) of the Rhône and the contributions of its tributaries. What sediment continuity to to be targeted for the Rhône ?
Benitez J-P., Dierckx A., Baeyens R., Coeck J., Pauwels I., Mouton A., Archambeau P., Dewals B., Pirotton M., Erpicum S., Ovidio M.
The effect of a hydropower station associated with a navigation canal on the Atlantic salmon smolt: identification of impacts and remedial actions
Beaufils M., Cattaneo F.
Ecological connectivity on the French-Swiss upper Rhône River: upstream fish passage at two successive large hydroelectric dams for potamodromous, partially migratory species
Session chaired by Anne Honegger*
Jautzy T., Boivin M., Raté T., Briand Y.
Improving our knowledge and developing tools for stakeholders in Quebec: building a regional hydrogeomorphologic overview
Development of a participatory approach to process-based urban river restoration: the socio-Natural trajectory of the rivière à Mars in Saguenay, Québec
Abrami G., Gouy V., Carluer N., Armani G.
Building collective action at a watershed level to reduce the impact of phytosanitary products on water quality: lessons from a participatory approach.
Valette P., Wallart S.
The Garonne Landscape Observatory: a tool for geohistoric knowledge at the service of the territories of the valley.
Human-river interactions on a timeline: monitoring the Rohrschollen Island (Rhine River) trajectory
Session chaired by Stephan Krause* and Laurent Simon
Operationalizing ecosystem services for decision making with the River Ecosystem Service Index (RESI)
Jouon S., Vivier A., Bouquet S.
Ecosystem services generated by rivers in very good ecological status: example of the Léguer (22) and the Estéron (06), rivers labeled “wild river sites”
Monetary Valuation of German Floodplain Ecosystem Services ; a meta-analysis
Weingartner R., Zappa M.
Power production VS Good river status: HYDROpot_integral as a tool to simultaneously assess hydropower potential and ecological potential
Lucia A., Tockner K., Zarfl C.
Integrated Impact Assessment for Sustainable Hydropower Planning in the Niger and Volta Catchments (West Africa)
Session chaired by Jérémie Riquier and Frédéric Liebault*
Gob F., Dépret T., Virmoux C., Govin V.
Sedimentary dynamics of a meandering river in the Seine basin
Evaluation of the time required for the evacuation of coarse sediment in bypassed Rhône: the example of Donzère
Restoring fluvial dynamics of the river Allier on the Ile des Cailloux
A trajectory-based BACI framework to assess the effects of gravel augmentation on thermal functions in gravel-bed rivers
Barillier A., Beisel J-N.
Long-term dynamics of macro-invertebrate communities after gravel augmentations in the Old Rhine River (France)
Session chaired by Jean-Michel Olivier and Raphaela Schinegger*
Downstream migration routes of European silver eels through a hydroelectric scheme in the Rhône River
Nzau M., Renardy S., Benitez J-P.
Seasonal and daily rhythms of movements of fish fauna within the River Meuse equipped with modern migratory fish-passes
Brasier W., Pressiat F., Aigoui F.
Evaluation of the donzere dam fishway efficiency (Rhone river). Approach based on hydraulic expertise, monitoring of fish passages by rfid tagging and video observation
Population increases of nonindigenous American shad in the Columbia River
Rebière D., Mercier O., Sagnes P.
Evaluation of the biological efficiency of a fish passage device equipping a road hydraulic structure
Session chaired by Rebecca Lave and Olivier Edjeryan*
Social utility at the service of a Rhône river restoration project: issues, method and experience feedback
Lespez L., Oiry A., Drapier L.
(Re)appropriating the valley after the dismantling of a dam: the importance of the transition phase (Sélune, France) (Selune River, France)(France)
Assessing the position of actors in river restoration at various scales in Romania
Bricard A., Biré L., El Arch Y., Faure L., Picon G., Porral M-C.
The hydropower concession renewal of the Rhône river: who is involved for which development of the river?
The strategic mobilisation of environmental history: a case study of the Upper Rhone
Session chaired by Cybill Staentzel and Sara Puijalon*
Moiroud C., Wichroff E., Gerbaud A., Miquet A., Bourse A., Amoureux A.
Experimentation of alluvial benches management reconciling biodiversity and hydraulic safety: example of the Rhone in Chautagne
Le Bouteiller C., Evette A., Dommanget F.
Hydrogeomorphological processes of rivers and plant invasions. What interactions in the case of Asian knotweeds?
Damoiseau S., Leitao M., Braga G., Denux O., Richard N., Jugé P.
Multitaxa monitoring in floodplain habitats of a dynamic river: test of a monitoring protocol for the Loire river and its floodplain – first results
Demarchi L., Michel K., Piégay H.
Hyperspectral and LiDAR remote-sensing for the monitoring channel bathymetry and the health of riparian forests
Greulich S., Janssen P., Rodrigues S.
Ecological strategies of herbaceous communities along flooding and light gradients in the side channels of le lower Loire River (France)
Session chaired by Oldrich Navratil* and Olivier Pillonel
GABIODIV project: innovation for the ecological rehabilitation of the urbanized banks of Lyon’s major rivers
Longitudinal Training Dams (LTDs): An Ecosystem-based Approach to River Management
Devitalization of damaging plant species on anthropised river banks
Re-opening of two rivers in gallery during the transformation of an industrial area
Session chaired by Jain Vikrant and Barbara Belleti
Bouchard M., Bérubé J., Fantino G.
Hydrogeomorphological processes restoration 25 years after the major Saguenay flood event, Quebec – Implementation of regional monitoring in Eastern Quebec in collaboration with river managers
Pellizzaro H., Perrin C., Michaud A., Collomb D., Rouquet P., Granovsky S., Grandhaye V., Couret L.
Flood risk and river mobility studies on river “gave de Pau”
Piton G., Chapuis M., Passy P., Martins C., Kuss D.
Major floods of the Vésubie and Roya Rivers (Alps, France) in October 2020: hydrogeomorphological caracterisation and management perspectives
Natural Sediment Management (NSM): the most important component of Natural Flood Management (NFM)
Does re-meandering have an impact on flood risk reduction? A detailed case study from the Eddleston Water restoration project, Scotland.
Session chaired by Marie-Anne Germaine and Marie-Pierre Camproux Duffrène*
Gonzalez Besteiro A., Bailly G., Gallardo Zavaleta V., Medina L.
Local development of a natural ressource and environmental management: what the Usumacinta river sediments tells us (Tabasco, Mexico)
Booth E., Lave R.
Integrating Social and Biophysical Research to Support Community Flood Resilience in the Driftless Area (USA)
River restoration can greatly benefit from Citizen Science
Climate adaptation strategies: coproduction of Knowledge and shared solutions
Session chaired by Isabelle Jacquelet and Mathias Kondolf*
Evidence of hydromorphological alteration under present-day sand mining and management works. Case studies on Romanian rivers
The law of river sediments: considerations from the case of the Usumacinta River in Mexico
Roux-Michollet D., Charruau P.
Setting up a sediment monitoring system from a socio-ecological perspective for the adaptive governance of the Usumacinta watershed in Mexico
Integrating channel evolution into river management: towards a functional decision-support framework
Session chaired by Christiane Zarfl and Jeff Opperman*
Sierings B., Stoffers T.
The effects of habitat restoration in river floodplains on fish diversity and behaviour
Geerling G., Verreth J., Nagelkerke L.
Understanding habitat heterogeneity as driver for the diversity and abundances of young-of-the-year riverine fishes
Potet B., Chanseau M., Peress J., Briand C.
LIFE Dordogne River, a pilot project for the ecological sediment management of large rivers in France and Europe
Riquier J., Castella E., Lebrun C., Mayor H., Tissot N., Lamouroux N., Olivier J-M., Piégay H.
Characterizing and predicting the use of alluvial habitats by aquatic communities for a better management of large river ecosystems
Mora C., Bearez M., Moiroud C.
Challenges and complexity of setting up operational monitoring of the effects of ecological restoration works on the alluvial margins of the Rhône
|TH2-FONC||Arfeuillière A., Steiger J., Roussel E., Voldoire O., Gautier E.||FRANCE||Diagnosis of bedload transport downstream of the Allier gorges|
|TH2-FONC||Bulteau T., Batalla R., Chapron E., Valette P., Piégay H.||FRANCE||Trajectorial BACI approach to address the complexity of river response to run-of-the-river dam operation in a multi-driver context (Upper Garonne)|
|TH2-FONC||Cernesson F., Dolques X., Thomas A., Blaizot M., Le Ber F., Braud A., Teisseire M., Grac C.||FRANCE||Proposals of relevant hydrological metrics for ecological monitoring in rivers|
|TH2-FONC||Chapon B., Portier L., Picouet C., Clement D., Martin P.||FRANCE||Use of a distributed hydrological model for the operational implementation of flood protection|
|TH2-FONC||Chapuis M., Martins M., Adnès C., Tissot L., Martin N., Salvan L., Dreyfus R., Compagnon F., Douvinet., Brigode P., Fox D.||FRANCE||Catchments’ reactions to the Oct. 2nd 2020 heavy rainfall in the Maritime Alps (France): sediment transport measurements, sediment connectivity model in the Roya river and reconstruction guidelines|
|TH2-FONC||Coly A., Kamara S., Martin P., Diallo M., Ndiaye Modou M.||SENEGAL||Approach to the management of a strategic lake subject to major hydro-agricultural development: the lake of Guiers (Senegal)|
|TH2-FONC||Dépret T., Thommeret N., Gautier E., Piégay H.||FRANCE||Potential for recovery of lateral mobility on a low energy gravel-bed river under direct anthropogenic pressures|
|TH2-FONC||Devreux L., Chapuis M., Belleti B.||FRANCE||Development of a new sampling methodology for benthic invertebrates in a restored braided river|
|TH2-FONC||Djeran-Maigre I., Morsel A., Levacher D., Razakamanantsoa A., Hussain M., Briançon L., Vacherie S.||MEXICO||Local use of Usumacinta river sediments of Mexico for sustainable building materials and unpaved roads|
|TH2-FONC||Fressard M., Branger F.||FRANCE||Spatial modelling of sediment sources on the Rhône catchment|
|TH2-FONC||Gorse-Labadie L., Coynet A., Chéry P., Pétillon T., Guiraud T., Bossy C., Maneux E., Rouger-Ristord S., Eisenlohr L., Jullien D.||FRANCE||Agronomic valorization of dredged sediments from the Charente River – VASC|
|TH2-FONC||Hortobagyi B., Petit S., Melun G., Le Roux G., Thauvin F., Piégay H.||FRANCE||Spatio-temporal dynamics of driftwood in the alluvial plain of the Allier Valley (France)|
|TH2-FONC||Humbert L.||FRANCE||Analysis of fluvial morphodynamic parameters on risk assessment for dikes in a torrentiel context|
|TH2-FONC||Khaleghi S., Kebriyaeizadeh S., Nosrati K.||IRAN||Regional analysis of suspended sediment load in Haraz-Neka Drainage Basin, Iran|
|TH2-FONC||Mameri D., Hayes David S., Fuehrer S., Fauchery E., Schmutz S., Monserat A., Hasler T., Graf David R.M, Santos José M., Ferreira Maria T., Auer S.||FRANCE||Cold thermopeaking-induced drift in nase Chondrostoma nasus larvae|
|TH2-FONC||Meyer A., Prygiel E., Laplace-Treyture C.||FRANCE||Phytoplankton communities in French large rivers: a comparative study of the ability of different metrics and methods to highlight anthropogenic pressures|
|TH2-FONC||Mimouni Y., Deliège J-F||BELGIUM||Assessment of the surface water quality of the Haouz plain using water quality indices|
|TH2-FONC||Pirlot P., Redolfi M., Tubino M.||ITALY||Nodal bifurcations in gravel-bed multi-thread rivers|
|TH2-FONC||Polblanc A., Cattaneo F., Grimardias D., Chasserieau C., Beaufils M.||SWITZERLAND||Typology of mobility behaviour for three fish species of the Rhône River basin.|
|TH2-FONC||Pottier G., Bargier N., Vigouroux R.||FRENCH GUYANA||Update of the Guiana Fish Index|
|TH2-FONC||Rasse L., Nogaro G., Piégay H., Puijalon S.||FRANCE||Spatio-temporal dynamics of the aquatic vegetation on two sites of the Rhône River – Dynamique spatio-temporelle de la végétation aquatique sur deux sites du Rhône|
|TH3-RESTAU||Archaimbault V., Vivier A., Boutet-Berry L., Rolan-Meynard M., Bramard M.||FRANCE||Evaluating the effectiveness of a hydromorphological restoration action: Contribution of a 13-year monitoring on the Marolles River|
|TH3-RESTAU||Castel L., D’Harcourt M., Terrier B.||FRANCE||Management policies for effective and targeted restoration of river continuity in the Rhône Mediterranean basin|
|TH3-RESTAU||Cherqui F., Gisi M. F. S., Silva P. V. R. M., Zhu Qingchuan, Navratil O., Cassel M., Namour P., Perret F., Robert J., Bourjaillat B., Russell K., Bertrand-Krajewski J-L.||FRANCE||Low-cost sensors for water management|
|TH3-RESTAU||De Milleville L., Gob F., Thommeret N., Lespez L., Talès F., Zahm A., Girondin M.||FRANCE||Heterogeneity of the hydromorphological response to urbanisation of a small French river|
|TH3-RESTAU||Laval F., Fantino G.||FRANCE||Feedback from 25 years of sediment management and restoration of the Rhone. What issues need to be reconciled and what are the perspectives for managing and restoring the Rhone of tomorrow?|
|TH3-RESTAU||Méjean S., Claude A., Rivollet M., Brivet C., Le Contellec L.||FRANCE||Evaluation of the sediment mobility on levelled sandbars using painted tracers: case of the Arve River between Borne and Bellecombe bridge.|
|TH3-RESTAU||Mikuś P., Wyżga B.||POLAND||Impact of the incised stream restoration on habitats, aquatic fauna and ecological stream quality|
|TH3-RESTAU||Pozzi A., Petit S., Marjolet L., Youenou B., Borges E., Maurin F., Namour P., Navratil O., Schmitt L., Branger F., Breil P., Cournoyer B.||FRANCE||Altering the discharge regime of a combined-sewer overflow induced a significant drop in allochthonous bacterial taxa in the microbial communities of the receiving stream: the big benefit of a small change.|
|TH3-RESTAU||Roset N.||FRANCE||Restoration of the Veyle River by creating a new reach by-passing a gravel-pit. Focus on fish and temperature monitoring 11 years after flowing the new river bed|
|TH3-RESTAU||Roset N.||FRANCE||Restoration of the Veyle River by creating a new reach by-passing a gravel-pit. Zoom on hydromorphology monitoring 11 years after flowing the new river bed|
|TH3-RESTAU||Serlet A., Tal M., Viparelli E.||FRANCE||Morphodynamic modelling of historical modifications and present-day restoration strategies along two reaches of the Rhône River|
|TH3-RESTAU||Sharma K.||INDE||Ecological restoration and management challenges of the river Ganges in India|
|TH3-RESTAU||Sytsma A., Kondolf M., Serra-Llobet A.||USA||Implementation of Green Infrastructure in Four West Coast US Cities Depends on Regulation and Historical Infrastructure|
|TH3-RESTAU||Tissot N., Riquier J., Piégay H.||FRANCE||Assessing active side channels morpho-sedimentary trajectories with multi-technical approach|
|TH3-RESTAU||Tomson T., Janssens X., Schoofs E., Demset Noé., Lognoul M., Den Doncker S.||BELGIUM||Improving the design and success of renaturation projects: a place for biodiversity|
|TH3-RESTAU||Tréguet C.||FRANCE||Garonne and confluences Charter|
|TH3-RESTAU||Wyżga B., Amirowicz A., Bednarska A., Bylak A., Hajdukiewicz H. Kędzior R., Kukuła K., Liro M., Mikuś P., Oglęcki P., Radecki-Pawlik A., Zawiejska J.||POLAND||Evaluating immediate and long-term effects of river restoration projects in the Polish Carpathians|
|P2-36||TH3-RESTAU||Zawiejska J., Chmielowska D.||POLAND||Advantages and risks from recent beaver recolonization of the rivers in the Tatra Mountains foreland, southern Poland|
|TH4-HOMME||Enero Brancato F E., Cerceau J., Junqua G., Lachassagne P.||FRANCE||The role of water in the evolution of living ways: the case of a Cévennes village|
|TH4-HOMME||Genouel M., Comby E., Le Lay Y-F., Biron P.||FRANCE||Urban Flood and Pollutions: what is at Stake for French-speaking Scientists? A Comparison between France and Canada|
|TH4-HOMME||Hatvany M., Cayer D., Valette P., Parent A.||CANADA||Making Visible The Intertidal Marshes Of The St. Lawrence: An Integrated Approach To Marsh Management (Quebec, Canada)|
|TH4-HOMME||Maghakian C., Navratil O., Riviere N., Le Coz J., Honegger A., Zanot J-M.||FRANCE||Urban River Drownings: from epidemiological study to assisted underwater rescue for victims in the Rhône and the Saône Rivers in Lyon, France|
Thursday 7th of July
Session chaired by Peng Gao and Ralph Shielen*
Coviello V., Comiti F.
Alteration of sediment fluxes and morphological changes in Alpine rivers
Molina B., Ivarez-Rodriguez J.
A diachronic analysis of trajectories of change in the Duero River (Spain) reveals imbalances in past and current fluvial dynamics
Assessment of control factors and sensitivity of anthropized river to prioritize geomorphological restoration actions (Dordogne River, France)
Bertoldi W., Vitti A., Cekrezi B., Zolezzi G.
Recent morphological trajectories of the near-natural Vjosa river and its tributaries at the catchment scale
Walusiak E., Radecki-Pawlik A., Liro M., Hajdukiewicz H., Zawiejska J.
Island development in a passively restored mountain river: the Raba, Polish Carpathians
Session chaired by Olivier Radakovitch* and Valérie Auguste*
Freight transport on inland waterways and the Rhine low water crisis in 2018: a concerted search for adaptation solutions
Sharing the resource in the Drance basin: How to debate the future?
Implementation of an approach to initiate a 15-20 political vision for the future of the Val de Saône in connection with climate change
Let’s talk about climate: exploring change along the Rhône river
Session chaired by Marina Coquery and Sébastien Rohais*
Lynch I, Sambrook Smith G., Kukkola A., Schneidewind U., Kelleher L., Gomez-Velez J., Wazne M., Mermillod-Blondin F., Simon L., Dendievel A-M.
The 100 Plastic Rivers Programme
Poitou I., Nous C., Tassin B., Gasperi J.
Riverine Litter in a small Urban River in Marseille, France: Plastic Load and Management Challenges
Macro- and mesoplastic abundance and composition in the water column of the river Waal
Vallier M., Mermillod-Blondin F., Mourier B., Piégay H., Winiarski T., Krause S., Simon L.
Assessing microplastic sources and transport pathways along gravel-bed rivers: Focus on the Ain River
Mabilais D., Ricordel S., Verdier L., Tassin B., Gasperi J.
Transfer processes of plastic macrodebris in the Loire estuary: trajectories and influencing factors
Session chaired by Teresa Ferreira and Maria Alp*
Capra H., Lamouroux N.
Response of fish and macroinvertebrate to rapid changes in hydraulic conditions due to hydropeaking
Sediment supply as a key control on habitat change during managed floods: a proof of concept
Water releases on the Ain river (France) to limit warming of water accentuated by climate change
Vanzo D., Weber C.
Nervous habitats: effects of hydropeaking on the habitat persistency at the patch scale
Bartolomucci C., Diouf S., Guillard J., Lecomte E., Polblanc A., Rocle M., Grimardias D.
Ecological impacts on fish of a controlled sediment flushing from a large dam on the French-Swiss Upper-Rhône River.
Session chaired by Fanny Arnaud and Anne-Julia Rollet*
Piégay H., Li Z.
Functioning adjustment of a braided river to different human activities in the Qinghai-Tibet Plateau
Nones M., Gargiulo M., Ruello G.
Exploitation of satellite data for the monitoring of river morphological evolution: a study case on Po river (Italy)
Recent river-floodplain dynamics in a large tropical river and its relation with local agriculture
Piégay H., Brasington J.
How large can be a braid plain? A worldwide scale comparison
Is the headward erosion a dowstream effect of Coca river damming?
Session chaired by Catherine Gramillet and Isabelle Michallet
What are the optimal scales of public action to prevent and manage floods? Two centuries of experience feedback in four river towns in France and Spain
Guevara S., Gralepois M.
The development of Flood Expansion Zones (ZEC) facing social and environmental inequalities: the case of the cities of the Middle Loire (France)
The promotion of river tourism, a lever for local development and territorial cooperation? Analysis of two experiences in France and Spain
In search of a territory-specific resource: the example of the Saône River in the Haute-Saône department
Session chaired by Philippe Janssen and Eléonore Vandel*
Gob F., Tales E., Thommeret N., De Milleville L., Letourneur M.
A new tool to characterize the socio-environmental dimensions of Urban rivers: Urban River Socio-environmental index (URBS)
Cattanéeo F., Jean P., Valentini A., Rostaing E., Lecomte E., Guillard J.
Bi-O-Rhône – Innovative fish monitoring of French-Swiss reservoirs
Carayon D., Coste M., Rosebery J.
Development and European intercalibration of a diatomic evaluation system of french Large Rivers’ ecological status.
Batista J S., Bevilaqua D R., Carvalho C. S. M., Guimarães F. W. S., Ferreira Savio J. F., Monteiro Maria T. F. , Miranda Sebastião A. F., Forsberg Bruce R., Schongart J., Wittmann F., Piedade Maria T.F., Lopes A., Adeney J. M., Junk Wolfgang J.
A geochemical water quality index for the major Amazonian rivers
Session chaired by Nicolas Lamouroux and Jose Peress*
12 years of the demonstration sites network for hydromorphological stream restoration: assessment and perspectives
Steinmann A., Moritsch S., Hecher P., Blaas K., Comiti F.
Morphological assessment of river restoration projects in South Tyrol (Italy)
Implementation of restoration measures in Switzerland between 2011 and 2019
Social utility, an opportunity for large water cycle projects ?
WWF’s global lead freshwater scientist
Protecting and restoring rivers in a global transitions and transformations period
Geographer and leader of the Society and Innovation research group at the Research Institute of Organic Agriculture
Green energy or healthy rivers? Tensions in the governance of Swiss hydropower
Marie-Pierre Camproux Duffrène
Law professor at Strasbourg University
Assigning rights to rivers
Geography professor at Indiana University