Hosted by SEDHYD, INC.
Co-Sponsored by EWRI (www.ewricongress.org)
About the Conference
The first Federal Interagency Sedimentation Conference (FISC) convened in 1947, and the first Federal Interagency Hydrologic Modeling Conference (FIHMC) convened in 1998. Because these two conferences had similar and overlapping content and participants, organizers combined them into a single highly successful joint conference for the first time in 2006. The second and third SEDHYD conferences followed in 2010 and 2015. As a result of all these conferences, 3,000 papers have been published through the conference proceedings, which are available at https://acwi.gov/sos/pubs/index.html
The SEDHYD 2019 Conference again brings together federal and non-federal scientists, engineers, and managers from various natural resources disciplines. Papers include recent accomplishments in research and technical developments in the physical, chemical, and biological aspects of sedimentation. Papers also describe the development and use of numerical models addressing issues of water quality and quantity, and sediment erosion, transport, and deposition. The conference uses mixed formats, including formal presentations, poster sessions, mini-workshops and model demonstrations. Organizers also plan a competition for the best student paper.
Conference Theme: Improving Resiliency and Sustainability of Watershed Resources and Infrastructure
Who Should Attend
Federal, state, and local agency personnel, consultants, researchers, equipment manufacturers, and service suppliers associated with hydrologic, hydraulic, sediment transport, or non-point source pollution modeling; and those involved in water-resources, water supply, or water-conservation assessment or management.
Abstract Submissions and Important Dates
Abstract submission has been closed. Authors of accepted submissions have been notified.
To manage your submission, visit the OpenConf web site.
Please note the following dates:
- Notification of abstracts acceptance by October 30, 2018
- Communication to authors on presentation format (oral or poster) by December 17, 2018
- Draft papers due January 30, 2019
- Final papers due April 25, 2019
|SEDIMENTATION TOPICS||HYDROLOGIC MODELING TOPICS|
|Climate Variability and Sediment||Earthen Embankment Erosion Prediction|
|Dam Removal or Rehabilitation||Extreme Floods and Droughts|
|Fluvial Geomorphology||Flood Hydrology|
|Hydraulic and Sediment Transport Modeling||Hydroecological Modeling|
|Infrastructure in the Stream Environment||Infrastructure Vulnerability|
|Physical Sediment Load Measurements||Management and Decision Making Models|
|Regional Sediment Management||Modeling of Major River Systems|
|Remote Sensing and Monitoring||Non-Stationary Climate Variability|
|Reservoir Sedimentation and Sustainability||Post Fire Analyses and Restoration|
|Sediment Impacts on Wildlife and Habitat||Remote Sensing and Monitoring|
|Sediment Properties||Restoring and Sustaining River Environments|
|Sediment Surrogate Measurements||Watershed Management|
|Sediment Yield and Fingerprinting||Water Quality|
Other topics or special sessions may be proposed.
Please contact Chandra Pathak at email@example.com if you are interested in becoming a session moderator or would like to propose a special session.
Please use SEDHYD in the subject line of the email
If you have questions or need help, please contact either of the Technical Program Chairs: Eddy Langendoen firstname.lastname@example.org for the Sedimentation Conference, or Jim Barton email@example.com for the Hydrologic Modeling Conference.
Instructions for Authors and Template for Papers
Please use these same instructions for full papers or extended abstracts.
Download Instructions for Authors
Download Template for Papers
A preview of the program for the conference can be found here.
Become An Exhibitor
SEDHYD 2019 provides exhibitors the opportunity to interact and meet directly with scientists, engineers, environmental specialists and researchers, working in the following areas: surface-water discharge, sediment, and water-quality data collection; recording and analysis equipment and software; laboratory equipment; erosion control products; computer hardware and software for collection, distribution, and/or analysis of hydrologic data; surveying equipment, both for ground surface and underwater use; computer models related to sedimentation and hydrology; and any other related equipment, services, or organizations, including professional societies, related to the SEDHYD theme.
Please contact Molly Wood firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Call for Short Course and Field Trip Proposals
The call for short course and field trip proposals has closed.
For more information about short courses, contact Jeff Bradley at email@example.com.
For more information about field trips, contact Steven Berris at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Travel (e.g., airfare, food, lodging) and conference registration fees may be paid for students who volunteer to become audio-visual assistants during the conference. Please contact Jeff Harris if you are interested in volunteering as an A/V assistant at email@example.com.