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Presentation title

Reporter

Country

Uncertainties in surface and ground water interactions

Oral Presentations

1

Influence of cryogenic processes on the surface and groundwater interaction

Zhuravin S.A.

Russia

2

Consequences of spatial and temporal variability of stable water isotopes in snow related hydrological processes of a mountain basin

Holko Ladislav

Slovakia

 

3

Functioning of mountainous catchment explored by a set of isotopes

Jankovec Jakub

Czech Republic

4

Effect of forest vegetation on groundwater

recharge in Dutch dunes. A lysimeter study from 1941 to 1998

Warmerdam Piet M.M.

The Netherlands

Posters

1

The winter water exchange in small watersheds in a severe climate

Kravchenko Valery

Russia

2

3D water balance numerical model of groundwater formation at the Lomonosov diamond deposit (Arkhangelsk region, Russia)

Konosavsky Pavel

Russia

 

 

 

 

Сhanges in hydrological regimes resulting from climate variations and human impacts

Oral Presentations

1

Changes in pan and visible evaporation over European Russia territory

Speranskaya Nina A.

Russia

2

Variations in the line of springs as indicators of changes in hydrological regimes in Northeast Italy

Cucchi Franco

Italy

3

Hydrological response to climate variability in European mixed forest zone (Podmoskovnaya WBS case study)

Zhuravin, S.A.,

Russia

4

Fourteen years of hydro-biogeochemical and ecological monitoring in a Mediterranean catchment. Its past, present and fragile future.

Butturini A

Spain

5

Impact of the climate change on water and snow balance in the „Jizerske“ Mts. in the Czech Republic

Vajskebr Vaclav

Czech Republic

 

6

The flash floods effects on suspended sediment discharge runoff in small river basins (case study – Trotus River basin)

Sorin Teodor

Romania

 

7

Hydro-sedimentary highlights in long term research basin (since 1982)

Maraga Franca

Italy

 

Variability in hydrological regimes: a perspective from seasonal trends in air temperature and precipitation in Portugal

de Lima Isabel

Portugal

 

8

Inter/intra annual variability of the hydrological response of a Mediterranean mountain area (Vallcebre, North Eastern Spain)

Latron Jerome

Spain

Posters

1

Identification of the hydrologic alterations in the Bela River flows (Slovakia)

Halmova Dana

Slovakia

 

2

Estimation of the stationarity of the seasonal runoff in the Carpathians (Zacarpatska station case study)

Gorbachova L.

Ukraine

 

3

Impacts of human activities on the hydrological and erosion processes in a burnt catchment area in north-central Portugal

Martins Martinho

Portugal

 

4

Improving SWAT model soil parameterization in a small forested catchment in north-central Portugal.

Santos Juliana

Portugal

 

5

Multi-modeling assessment of runoff from Pregolya River catchment as result of possible climate changes

Domnin Dmitry

Russia

 

 

 

 

Current state, problems and perspe­ctives of hydrological modelling

Oral Presentations

1

Sensitivity of threshold parameters

Torfs Paul J.J.F.

The Netherlands

2

Soil moisture simulations using a meso-scale hydrological model and box modelling approach

Sipek Vaclav

Czech Republic

 

3

Actual flash flood forecasting possibilities in Romania (the Calnau River basin flash flood on 24-25 July 2011 case study)

Simona Matreata

Romania

 

4

Robust flash flood potential indices estimates based on runoff coefficient relationship from representative basins

Marius Matreata

Romania

 

5

Design of the modular conceptual water balance model to mimic dominant hydrological processes

Holzmann Hubert

Austria

 

6

Data of special hydrological studies in the task of runoff modelling at poorly gauged basins in permafrost zone

Lebedeva L.S.

Russia

7

Flood Cycle Model - new approach for extraordinary floods prediction

Gartsman Boris

Russia

8

Efficient algorithm for runoff simulation in steep mountain watersheds

Lee Kwan Tun

Taiwan, R.O.C.

9

Modeling groundwater flow in weathered shales at a steep hill slope near Jena, Germany: will it work?

Dijksma Roel

The Netherlands, Germany

Posters

1

About creation testbed basins network  (RTBN) on the basis of modern information technologies

Bugaets Andrey

Russia

 

 

Study of runoff formation in research basins and the transfer of results to ungauged basins

Oral Presentations

1

Hysteresis in fractured rock groundwater-discharge relations on small basin scale taking Lange Bramke as an example

Herrmann Andreas

Germany

 

2

Topographic controls on water table and soil moisture dynamics in small alpine catchment

Penna Daniele

Italy

 

3

Effects of glaciers on runoff and suspended sediment transport in high-elevation experimental catchment

Penna Daniele

Italy

 

4

Runoff and Nutrient Removal Modeling in the Gulf of Finland Catchment

Kondratyev Sergey

Russia

 

5

Analysis of Rainfall-runoff events on four subcatchments of Kopaninský tok (Czech Republic)

Tachecí Pavel

Czech Republic

Posters

1

Estimation or the design T-year peak flow values in small basins with short observation period

Pekarova Pavla

Slovakia

 

2

Extremality of the flash floods in Slovakia in 2011

Pekar Jan

Slovakia

 

3

Water balance studies in peat lands over Russian Federation

Novikov S.M., Batuyev V.I.

Russia

4

Study of rainfall peak flood formation in Eastern Siberia – from experiment to computation methodology

Vasilenko N.G., Banshchikova L.

Russia

5

Comparing the stream flow response between forested and non-forested catchments: a case study in the Spanish Pyrenees

Latron Jerome

Spain

6

Programme for experimental studies of storm runoff in a small mountainous catchment

Shamov Vladimir

Russia

7

Analysis and modeling of the 2010 flood on the hupsel brook catchment, The Netherlands

Brauer C.C.

The Netherlands

8

Seasonal variability in rainfall-runoff transformation processes in the Weierbach experimental basin (Luxembourg): I. Hydrometric measurements

Iffly J.F

Luxembourg

9

Seasonal variability in rainfall-runoff transformation processes in the Weierbach experimental basin (Luxembourg): II. Hydrochemical and stable isotope tracers

Martínez-Carreras, N

Luxembourg

New methods for water balance components measurements

Oral Presentations

1

Soil moisture monitoring in small experimental basins through remote sensing observations

Brocca Luca

Italy

 

2

New Methods of Measuring Snow Cover Parameters Relative to Needs of Warning and Flood Forecasting Service

Bercha Šimon

Czech Republic

 

3

How to determine baseflow contribution in agricultural dominated catchments; an example for a small agricultural catchment in Norway.

Deelstra Johannes

Norway

 

 

Posters

1

Hydrodynamics of soil water flow using sodium and potassium ions as tracers

Tesar Miroslav

Czech Republic

2

Underground dam evaporation in semi-arid region of Pernambuco state case study

Montenegro Suzana

Brazil

 

3

Measurement of Manning roughless coefficient and Frazil Thickness using ADCP in Ice Covered River

Yoshikawa Yasuhiro

Japan

4

The Estimate of Snow Depth Distribution in a Dam Basin Using Airborne Laser Scanning

Nishihara Terumasa

Japan

5

Seasonal and spatial variability of soil water content

in a Mediterranean downy oak forest.

What role does rainfall partitioning play?

Llorens P.

 

Spain

6

Evaluating water use efficiency in Mediterranean shrublands using eddy covariance measurements

Francisco Domingo

Spain

Open session on hydrological and ecologically related research in small basins

Oral Presentations

1

The role of spatiotemporal variability of the hydrological processes on flow connectivity in an urbanizing watershed

Ferreira Carla

Portugal

2

The use of a small catchment area for exploration and simulation of organic substances diffusive inflow

Lutkovsky Vladimir

Ukraine

3

Physical and chemical properties of surface runoff waters in the urbanized catchment of Lublin (Poland)

Chmiel Stanisław,

Sposob Joanna

Poland

4

Longterm trends identification of water quality in the Bela river

Miklanek Pavol

Slovakia

5

Microbial load in the upper Wisłoka catchment during high-runoff conditions (The Carpathians, Poland)

Lasek Judyta

Poland

6

THE ROLE OF BIOLOGICAL SOIL CRUSTS ON THE RUNOFF AND SEDIMENT YIELD IN A SEMIARID MICROCATCHMENT.

Canton Yolanda

Spain

7

Erosion and weathering fluxes in the Strengbach granitic catchment(Vosges massif, eastern France)

Viville Daniel

France

8

Effect of forest vegetation on groundwater

recharge in Dutch dunes. A lysimeter study from 1941 to 1998

Warmerdam Piet M.M.

The Netherlands

9

Sensitivity of SWAT model streamflow auto-calibration to additional field
support measurements in wet Mediterranean catchments.

Rial-Rivas María Ermitas

Portugal

 Posters

1

Monitoring results of selected water quality parameters in Uhlirska basin in 1982-2011

Kulasova Alena

Czech Republic

2

Velocity measurements above the different types of substrate on the GLINŠČICA stream

Koprivšek Maja

Slovenia

3

The key role of biological soil crusts in soil moisture and evaporation in a badlands ecosystem of SE Spain

Chamizo Sonia

Spain

4

Impact of Mulching on Soil and Water Conservation in Experimental Catchment under Simulated Rainfall

Montenegro Abelardo

Brazil

5

Research programme on the rainfall-runoff relationship in small upland catchments (SE Poland)

Chabudziński Łukasz

Poland

6

Some ecological and economical aspects of erosion control in a small agricultural catchment

Konecna Jana

Czech Republic

7

Identification of tile drainage using ground penetrating radar in the Dehtáře catchment (Czech Republic)

Nováková Eva

Czech Republic

8

Total Nitrogen and Total Phosphorus losses in runoff from commercial Pine and
Eucalypt forest, north-central Portugal.

 

Rial-Rivas María Ermitas

Portugal

9

An insight into the hydrologically induced nitrate flushing: The data mining approach

Rusjan Simon

Slovenia


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