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ISSN 1388-3445
Publication Frequency 4 issues per year

HydroLink is the primary magazine of the IAHR community and brings you the latest news in the world of hydro-environment engineering and research! Hydrolink also provides a platform for reporting on IAHR Conferences, news from our members and offers a forum for exchanging information and spreading the word on topics and news relevant to the community. 

HydroLink is a printed publication in full colour (four issues per year), and is distributed to all IAHR members as a membership benefit.

Hydrolink publishes articles on projects, research, and new methods and tools interest to the hydro-environment engineering community! The articles published in most issues are around a theme. The themes are developed by the Editor with the support of  the Hydrolink Advisory Board and the Executive Committee. For a list of future and past themes please click here. If you would like to propose a theme for a future issue, or contribute an article to an issue on one of the planned themes, please contact either the Editorial Assistant, Elsa Incio, or the Editor, Angelos Findikakis.
 

Editor          

 

Editorial Assistant

 
 
Dr. Angelos N. Findikakis
Bechtel Fellow, Bechtel National Inc.
San Francisco, California
Adjunt Professor, Stanford University
USA
Ms. Elsa Incio
IAHR Secretariat
Madrid Office
Spain
elsa.incio@iahr.org
   


Technical Editor          

                                                        

Technical Editor

                                                          
 
Joe Shuttleworth
IAHR Cardiff Young 
Professionals Network
PhD Student             
Cardiff Uiversity
UNITED KINGDOM 
Dr. Sean Mulligan 
Research Associate
College of Engineering and Informatics
National University of Ireland Galway (NUIG)
Ireland                                                                           
   

 
  
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Current Issue

         

Issue 2, 2018 - Leisure Hydraulics 

Editorial By Angelos N. Findikakis
Stationary Surf Waves in Rivers By Markus Aufleger & Valerie Neisch FREE ACCESS Share it!
Neckarwelle: A River Surfing Wave Facility in the Heart of the City of Stuttgart By D. K. Puckert, B. Mester, N. Noack & S. Wieprecht
Design of An Artificial Surfing Reef at Somo-Loredo Beach By Jared Ortiz-Angulo Cantos
Unauthorized Extreme Activities and Public Safety at Spillways By Steven L. Barfuss & Bri
The Engineering of Water Features By Stephane Llorca FREE ACCESS Share it!
Irrigation System Performance in A Living Wall By Daniel Alberto Segovia-Cardozo, Leonor Rodriguez-Sinobas & Sergio Zubelzu
Foresight Study: Future Developments in Physical Modelling of Climate Change Impacts By Ana Mendonça, Stuart Mclelland, Karl-Ulrich Evers, Moritz Thom & Paulo Rosa Santos FREE ACCESS Share it!
The Changjiang River Flood Protection Physical Model By Jinyou Lu, Shiming Yao & Yonghui Zhu
Sustainable Irrigation With Hydro-Powered Pumps By Emanuele Quaranta & Jaime Michavila

 







 


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