Monday, October 27, 2008

Update from Dr. Sandeep Pandeya

dear friends,
i'm leaving for bihar on 29th oct. to join asha parivar and NAPM flood relief efforts in madhepura dist. being carried out there under the leadership of mahendra yadav. if any of you wish to send anything with us please let me know immediately. a NAPM-bihar meeting and another 'kosi navnirman manch' meeting will also be organized, details of which are given below.
Meeting of NAPM on 31st October, 2008, to discuss strengthening NAPM-Bihar
and
Kosi Navnirman Manch to discuss reconstruction work in the flood affected areas on 1st November, 2008
at Paramount School in Babhangama, 6 km from Bihariganj railway station (can be reached via Purnea and Katihar)
Contact: Mahendra Yadav, 9973936658
all those interested in attending these meetings are welcome.
love,
sandeep
asha parivar & NAPM
p.s. financial contributions can be made in the name of 'asha' and sent to Vallabhacharya Pandey, Village Bhandaha Kalan, Post Kaithi, Varanasi-221116, Ph: (0542) 2618201, 2618301, 2618401, Mobile: 9415256848, ashakashi@gmail.com. donations made to asha are tax exempt under section 80G of IT Act.

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saeid said...

CALL FOR PAPERS
Journal of Flood Engineering (JFE)
Editor-in-chief: A/Prof. Dr. Saeid Eslamian, IUT, TMU, Australian
University of New South Wales (Ph.D. Adviser: Emeritus Prof. David H.
Pilgrim), Former V. Prof. of Princeton University, United States,
Research Partner of ETH Zurich and EPFL, Switzerland.
Jflood.eng@gmail.com, eslamian@ndrd.org
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Associate Editors:
Kazimierz Adamowski, Adjunct Professor, University of Ottawa, Canada.
Benigno E. Aguirre, Professor, University of Delaware, USA.
Jean E. Berlamont, Professor, University of Leuven, Belgium.
Mitja Brilly, Professor, University of Ljubljana, Slovenia.
Colin Green, Professor, Middlesex university, UK.
Khaled H. Hamed, Associate Professor, Cairo University, Egypt.
Anisul Haque, Professor, Bangladesh University of Engineering and
Technology, Bangladesh.
Peter Kinnell, Associate Professor, University of Canberra, Australia.
Donald W. Knight, Emeritus Professor, University of Birmingham, UK.
Mark G. Macklin, Professor , Aberystwyth University, UK.
Maria A. Mimikou, Professor, National Technical University of Athens,
Greece
Charles Pearson, Regional Manager, National Institute of Water and
Atmospheric Research, NZ.
Artur Radecki-Pawlik, Professor,Agricultural University of Krakow,
Poland.
Witold G. Strupczewski, Professor, Polish Academy of Sciences, Poland.
Bruce William Webb, Professor,University of Exeter,UK.
Alan Werritty, Professor, University of Dundee, UK.
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The Journal of Flood Engineering (JFE) is the peer reviewed technical
publication of research and novel practical studies on flood and
related topics. The Journal accepts papers dealing with all aspects of
flood engineering and applied sciences, streamflow quantity, quality
and ecology modelling and statistics, river management and both social
and health aspects of flooding. Contact JFE, if you want to submit a
paper at Jflood.eng@gmail.com, if you would like to serve as a
potential reviewer at Eslamian@ndrd.org with including your CV. If
you know of others that may have a paper that can be published, please
forward this information to her or him or invite them to visit our JFE
web site at http://www.serialspublications.com/journals1.asp?jid=324&jtype=1

The Journal will be published 2 issues each year by Serials
Publications www.serialspublications.com. Serials Publications was
came into limelight in 1981 with the objective of fetching legendary
international publishers, vendor and global subscription agents of
books and academic journals. The books and journals released by
Serials Publications always keep pace with the international standards
of quality, with authors and editorial members across the globe. It
propagates the laissez-faire objectives of the University Institutes
to further education and learning through publications that replicate
the explicit needs of the country that it doles out.

Examples of areas covered by the journal include, but are not
restricted to

-Hydrology of Extreme Floods
-Coastal Surge Flooding
-Climate Change
-Flood Hazard Management
-Flood Forecasting and Infiltration Modeling
-Flood Warning Techniques
-Disaster Recovery
-Human and Flood
-Land Use Management
-GIS and Flood Zoning
-Policy and Legislation
-Environment and Flood
-Snowmelt Flooding
-Rainwater Harvesting
-Health and Social Aspects of Flooding
-Economical Analysis
-Regionalization
-Geostatistics
-Flood Frequency Analysis
-Rainfall Runoff Modeling
-Flood Insurance
-Arctic Flood
-Urban Flood
-Flood Risk Analysis
-Flood Uncertainty
-Habitat Aspects of Flooding
-Sedimentation and Water Erosion
-Data Mining and Remote Sensing
-PMP and PMF Estimation
-Flood Control Structures
-Flood Case Studies
-River Engineering
-Floodplain Management
-Reservoir Optimization
-Flood Damages
-Flood Spreading
-Paleoflood
-Flood Indices
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Dr. S. Saeid Eslamian, IUT, TMU, Australian University of New South
Wales
Associate Professor of Hydrology and Risk Analysis
IUT Head of Water Department
Former V. Prof. of Princeton University
Research Partner of ETH Zurich and EPFL Switzerland
Editor-in-Chief, Journal of Flood Engineering (JFE)
Editor, Bulletin of Statistics and Economics (BEE)
Guest Editor-in-Chief, International Journal of Water (IJW)
Guest Editor-in-Chief, International Journal of Global Energy Issues
(IJGEI)
Regional Editor, Australian Journal of Basic and Applied Sciences
(AJBAS)
Regional Editor, Journal of Applied Sciences (ISI Index)
Regional Editor, Research Journal of Environmental Sciences (ISI
Index)
Regional Editor, Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences (ISI
Index)
Associate Editor, International Journal of Ecological Economic and
Statistics (IJEES)
GCC Network for Drylands Research and Development (NDRD)
Project Mentor, United States Civilian Research and Development
Foundation (USCRDF)
Jflood.eng@gmail.com, Prof.Eslamian@gmail.com, Eslamian@ndrd.org

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