July 6-10, 2008 The XVII International Conference on Computational Methods in Water Resources (CMWR 2008) will be a forum for the dissemination of the latest ideas in the development and application of advanced computational techniques to problems in water resources and related fields, including surface and subsurface hydrology, petroleum exploration, contaminant remediation, carbon sequestration, ecohydrology, climate change, nuclear waste storage, and associated chemical and biological processes. The organizers welcome submissions that either directly involve such computations for water resources problems or that present concepts relevant to such computations. This conference continues the tradition of the 16 previous biennial meetings held in North America and Europe. Building on the success of the CMWR XVI International Conference, CMWR 2008 will involve four days of regular and special sessions organized to address recurring, emerging, and crosscutting themes in the broader areas of computations and water resources. Several keynote speakers will highlight the sessions. Read more »