Achieving of the equilibrium between aquatic ecosystem services and human usage of water related resources is constrained by ecological and social factors which can be addressed using adaptive spatial planning based on natural processes.
Fundamental and applied researches to support this equilibrium are being developed in the disciplines of ecohydrology, eco-hydraulics, ecological engineering, and social sciences with a concern for environmental issues.
The EcoHydrology’ 2015 conference will bring together leading researchers and practitioners from these disciplines to present the latest advances in knowledge and practice and to promote increased dialog and collaboration between these disciplines.
The event is the second conference of a cycle expected until 2021 as part of the IHP VIII of UNESCO. The first was held in Lodz in 2013.