International Research and Training Centre on Erosion and Sedimentation (IRTCES)
Centre international de formation et de recherche sur l'érosion et la sédimentation
1984-07-21 Beijing China
Founded 21 Jul 1984, Beijing (China), by the Government of China, under the auspices of, and with support from, B-XB3383 - UNESCO.
Create a mechanism for exchange of scientific and technical information on results of research among specialists in various countries; coordinate cooperative research activities and provide facilities for laboratory and field work for specialists from other countries; promote excellence in scientific research on erosion and sedimentation.
Events2025 – International Symposium on River Sedimentation (ISRS)
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Officers: Director; Vice-Directors. Advisory Council, comprising representatives of UNESCO, UNDP, UNEP and FAO, representatives of international scientific associations and eminent scientists in the field. Corresponding Advisors (currently 16). Secretariat, composed of Secretary General, Vice Secretary General, Department of Research and Training, Domestic Information Network, Editorial Office, Administrative Office and Jingjiang Experimental Station.
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