The Conference is being organized by
the Water Resources and
Environmental Engineering Laboratory, University of Oulu
in collaboration with Thule Institute, VALUE Doctoral Program, LYNET, and the Finnish
Hydrological Association on
behalf of the Nordic Association for Hydrology (NHF).
University of Oulu
is one of the largest universities in Finland and it is known
for its interdisciplinary research and academic education.
Water Resources and
Environmental Engineering Laboratory
belongs to the Process and Environmental Engineering Department, University of Oulu. The
focus of the Laboratory's research and
education is on water and soil environmental
is a multidisciplinary research centre
in the fields of environmental and northern issues and natural
resources at the University of Oulu.
VALUE - Doctoral Program in
Integrated Catchment and Water Resources Research is a
nationwide program, with eight participating Finnish universities and six
research institutes. The integral theme of VALUE is
comprehensive analysis of watershed activities and their
is a Consortium for Research on Natural Resources and the
Environment in Finland. LYNET offers joint research programmes and expertise services.
LYNET aims to unify data management, environmental monitoring,
joint activities and services.
Finnish Hydrological Association is an independent
scientific society. The association was founded 1997 and aims at
providing connections and activities on national and
international level for Finnish hydrologists.
With approximately 200 members the
Nordic Association for
is an independent association which works towards improving the
understanding of hydrology and hydrological methods used within
applied sciences and water planning in Northern Europe.