S-MultiStor was present in the last General Assembly of the European Geosciences Union which was held in Vienna in April. The research led by partners of the project was presented orally or in the form of posters and a session was co-organized between members of the project and other institutions (The nexus between water resources management and energy, land, society and climate change).
Poster on Sustainable small-scale water storage in remote sub-Saharan regions which compiles the result of the joint research between IHE Delft and the University of Eduardo Mondlane in the region of Tete, Mozambique.
German Santos, Yesica Rodriguez both from Escuela Colombiana de Ingeneria, and Mário Franca from IHE Delft, in front of the poster on Comparative research of holistic methodologies for the estimation of environmental flows in Colombia, a research which involved Escuela Colombiana de Ingenieria Julio Garavito, the Stockholm Environment Institute, The Nature Conservancy and IHE Delft.
Yesica Rodriguez presenting the poster on Development and testing of a hydroinformatic tool for the integrated and sustainable management of water storage (HIWEB), a research which involved Escuela Colombiana de Ingenieria Julio Garavito, the Stockholm Environment Institute and IHE Delft.