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Last Updated (Friday, 04 April 2014 08:30) Written by Administrator Thursday, 27 March 2014 06:53

The 23rd IHP Training Course on


was organized by the Water Resources Research Center, Disaster Prevention Research Institute of Kyoto University and Institute of Hydrospheric-Atmospheric Sciences of Nagoya University. The training course was held in Kyoto, Japan, from 2 to 13 December, 2013 and attended by 24 participants. The course included 2 keynotes and 9 lectures in English, technical field visit, and practice sessions.


The 23rd IHP training course is focused on three major objectives: (1) to acquire the latest knowledge on hydrological and ecological assessment under climate changes at river basin scale, (2) to make practice for learning the methodologies for assessing the impact of climate change on hydrological and ecological processes, and (3) to discuss the possibility to include the hydrological and ecological responses to climate change into the water resources managements.


All lectures in the 23rd IHP Training Course were also broadcasted through video conference and live streaming in collaboration with the CONNECT Asia and SOI Asia.