Posted: December 2019

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                Click here to see the video of the keynote (minute 53 approx.)

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Posted: November 2014.

Posted: October 2014.

All RIUS members have met in Lleida on the 6th of June 2014. They have discussed results from on-going reserach projects and future collaborations. The director of RIUS (Ramon J. Batalla) has informed about the activity and results of the group in the last year.  

Posted: June 2014.

Members of RIUS explain the research has been conducted in the experimental basin of the Ribera Salada. You can see the full video in (see minute 9:40).

 Posted: April 2014.

See the new site of the research project MorphSed at

 Posted: February 2014.

The Spanish Ministry of Economy and Competitiveness (Science and Innovation Secretary) is funding a 4 year PhD Contract. This contract is linked to the research project (CGL2012-36394): Morphosedimentary Dynamics In Human Stressed Fluvial Systems: Coupling Channel Morphology And Ecological Diversity (MorphSed). Research activity will be developed at the Fluvial Dynamics Research Group of the University of Lleida (

Starting date for applications: 26 August 2013

Closing date for applications: 10 September 2013 (at 3 pm Spanish Time)

Potential candidates: candidates must be interested in fluvial geomorphology, especially in hydraulic and morphological modelling in gravel-bed rivers.

Further details: more information here

                       Posted: August 2013.

CAMPRODON, J., VERICAT, P., PIQUÉ, M., CASAS-MULET, R., BATALLA R.J. (2012): Gestió forestal en zones de ribera. A: CAMPRODON, J., FERREIRA, M.T., ORDEIX, M. (eds): Restauració i gestió  ecològica fluvial. Manual de bones pràctiques de gestió de rius i riberes. Centre Tecnològic  Forestal de Catalunya & ISA Press, Solsona, 102-135. ISBN 978-84-615-8852-7.

We thank to Jordi and colleagues from TorqueRC for their excellent support. With no doubt the hexacopter is flying because their implication in the project.