River Research and Applications

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Edited By: Professor G.E. Petts

Impact Factor: 1.971

ISI Journal Citation Reports © Ranking: 2013: 20/79 (Water Resources); 92/215 (Environmental Sciences)

Online ISSN: 1535-1467

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2013 International Society for River Science: 3rd Biennial Symposium

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River Research and Applications

Best Poster Award

Winner

River Research and Applications is pleased to announce that the winner of their Best Poster Award is Pan Yang for the poster titled:

Evaluating flow regime alteration: a new method incorporating frequency distribution and temporal order of hydrological parameters.

Runner Up

The Best Poster Award Runner up is Xiaomei Shen for the poster titled:

Effects of water and sediment regulation on net ecosystem metabolism in the Yellow River estuary.

Congratulations to Yang Pan and Xiaomei Shen.

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