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17 July, 2015

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Session: Monitoring Wastewater and Reuse
1 Whole Effluent Toxicity Testing for Management of Toxic Chemicals in Watershed Area
Hiroshi Yamamoto (Tokushima University, Japan)
Video
2 Evaluation of Suitability of Windhoek’s Wastewater Effluent for Re–use in Vegetable Irrigation: Case-Study of Gammams Effluent
Andreas Vushe (Jenna University, Germany, and Polytechnic, Namibia)
Video
3 Policies and Regulatory Frameworks on Wastewater Management and Water Reuse in Japan
Ryuji Uematsu (Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism, Japan)
Video
4 The Ecological Footprint of Industrial Water in Island Territories: Sustainability versus Resilience
Fátima Campos (University of Las Palmas de Gran Canarias, Spain)
Video
Session: Monitoring Emerging Pollutants and Radionuclides
5 Monitoring Endocrine Disrupting Components (EDC) in Istanbul Wastewater Treatment Plants
Aslihan Kerç (Turkish Water Institute (SUEN), Turkey)
Video
6 Long-Term Monitoring and Publicity Activities Successfully Reduced Levels of Perfluorooctanoic Acid (PFOA) in Drinking Water in Kyoto-Osaka-Kobe Area in Japan
Akio Koizumi (Kyoto University - Graduate School of Medicine, Japan)
Video
7 The Need of Changing the Wastewater Treatment and Monitoring Strategies to Prevent Chemical Pollution
Gisela de Aragão Umbuzeiro (Faculdade de Tecnologia, Brazil)
Video
8 Antibiotic Resistance in the Urban Water Cycle: Origins, Fate and Risks
Celia Manaia (Universidade Católica Portuguesa, Portugal)
Video
9 Estimating Radiocesium Flux from Catchment of Rivers to the Ocean by Using a Compartment Model
Adhiraga Pratama (Kyoto University – GSE, Japan)
Video
Session: Water Quality Monitoring using GIS and Remote Sensing
10 Development of Framework in Estimating Chlorophyll-a Concentration by Excluding the Impact of Aquatic Plants in Lake Biwa Using Landsat-5 TM Data as part of Satellite, Computational, and Field Integrated Monitoring Systems
Yosuke Yamashiki (Kyoto University - GSAIS, Japan)
Video
11 Harmful Algal Bloom Monitoring Using Satellite Remote Sensing
Hisashi Yamaguchi (JAXA, Japan)
Video
12 Consequences of the Typhoon 18 (Sep. 2013) and Associated Runoff on Lake Biwa
Guillaume Auger (Ritsumeikan University, Japan)
Video
13 Basin Scale Surface Water Quality Monitoring for the Largest Freshwater Lake in China
Bin He (Nanjing Institute of Geography & Limnology, Chinese Academy of Sciences, China)
Video
Session: Economic Aspects of Water Quality Monitoring
14 Monitoring and Assessment of Governance Improvement in Integrated Lake Basin Management (ILBM)
Masahisa Nakamura (Shiga University, Japan)
Video
15 The Economics of Water Quality: Lessons from Water-Quality Training
Alluri Venkata Varma (Andhra University, India)
Video
16 Development of National Lake Water Quality Standards for Sustainable Management of Lakes and Reservoirs in Malaysia
Zati Sharip (Malaysia Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment, Malaysia)
Video
17 Exploring the Potential for Watershed Conservation for Enhancing Water Quantity and Quality: Upstream-Downstream Linkages
Makarius C.S. Lalika (Sokoine University of Agriculture, Tanzania)
Video
Session: Policy, Institutional, Capacity Building and Cultural Aspects of Water Quality Management
18 Awareness Creation and Capacity Building Initiatives through Drinking Water Quality Assessment in Communities for the Post-2015 Sustainable Development Goals
Omogbemi O. Yaya (Regional Centre for Integrated River Basin Management, Nigeria)
Video
19 Policy to Practice - A Case Study on the Cooperation on Water Quality Monitoring in the Lower Mekong River Basin
Kongmeng Ly (Mekong River Commission Secretariat, Laos)
Video
20 Water Quality Monitoring Program and Activities in Myanmar
Khin Sein Kyi (Ministry of Transport, Myanmar)
Video
21 Building a Resilient Society
Yoshiyuki Imamura (University of Yamaguchi, Japan)
Video
22 Question & Answer Video
Closing ceremony
Panel discussion on conclusions and outcomes of the sessions
23 Introduction
Sarantuyaa Zandaryaa (UNESCO - IHP)
Video
24 Session: Ecological water quality monitoring of watershed
Hans W. Paerl (University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, United States)
Video
25 Session: Ensuring safe drinking water for the post-2015 sustainable development
Yosuke Yamashiki (Kyoto University-GSAIS, Japan)
Video
26 Session: Monitoring groundwater quality and quantity
Maki Tsujimura (UNESCO Chair on Sustainable Groundwater Management and University of Tsukuba, Japan)
Video
27 Session: Water quality indicators, data and reporting
Marcelo Costa (National Water Agency of Brazil, Brazil)
Video
28 Session: Monitoring wastewater and reuse
Minoru Yoneda (Kyoto University - Graduate School of Engineering, Japan)
Video
29 Session: Monitoring pollutants and radionuclides
Aslihan Kerç (Turkish Water Institute (SUEN), Turkey)
Video
30 Session: Water quality monitoring using GIS and remote sensing
Hisashi Yamaguchi (Earth Observation Research Centre, Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA), Japan)
Video
31 Session: Economic aspects of water quality monitoring
Dimiter Ialnazov (Kyoto University - GSAIS, Japan)
Video
32 Session: Policy, institutional, capacity building and cultural aspects of water quality management
Ignacio Deregibus (UNESCO-IHP)
Video
The way forward: Future directions and opportunities for collaboration
33 Sarantuyaa Zandaryaa (UNESCO-IHP)
Yosuke Yamashiki (Kyoto University - GSAIS, Japan)
Video
Closing addresses
34 Kaoru Takara (Chairperson at Japanese IHP National Committee for UNESCO, and Director, Disaster Prevention Research Institute) Video
35 Sarantuyaa Zandaryaa (International Hydrological Programme, UNESCO) Video