Abstracts of papers (250 - 400 words) on the following session themes of the Conference are invited. While submitting the abstract the authors are requested to indicate the theme of the conference wherein their paper may be considered. The authors of the accepted abstracts are requested to submit full-length papers.


The organizers invite research papers, case studies, success stories and reviews on the following tracks for the platform and poster presentations in person.

1. Water resources assessment/quantification, site characterization, abstraction and monitoring

2. Soil-water pollution: sources, vulnerability, environmental impacts and isotope hydrology

3. Applied groundwater flow and solute transport modeling for management of groundwater resources

4. Microplastics in soil-water, virus and colloidal transport, reactive transport modelling, and sea-water intrusion

5. Remediation techniques/measures for polluted sites and desalination practices

6. Heterogeneity in porous media; flow in fractured hard rocks, dual porosity/permeability modelling, Geo-statistical techniques

7. Water harvesting, managed aquifer recharge (MAR) and conjunctive use/interactions of surface & groundwater

8. Multiphase flow, carbon sequestration, CO2 geo-sequestration, reservoir simulation and EOR, Discrete fracture network (DFN)

9. Plant-soil-atmospheric continuum, water use efficiency, water footprint assessment and resilient agriculture, optimal cropping pattern

10. Climate change and (sub)-surface hydrology, land-atmosphere interactions, extreme events, forecasting and trend analysis

11. GIS and RS applications in hydrological and hydrogeological studies

12. Applications of porous media in various disciplines

13. Watershed management, sediment transport, spring shed and Glacier hydrology

14. Base and environment flow, ecosystem services, restoration potential, and agroforestry

15. Waste water recycling and utilization, Water management through hydroponics, aeroponics and aquaponics, rain-fed Agriculture

16. Soil-water resource governance, regulations and policy frameworks, water management in smart cities and water stewardship

17. The role of traditional water management systems and para-hydrologists in water security

18. Management of dams, storage and dam safety, seepage through earth dams