Program

Preliminary Programme of

14th Biennal ERB Conference, St.Petersburg, 17-20 September, 2012 

 

17 September

 

14.00-17.30

 ERB SC meeting

17.30-18.30

EuroFRIEND-5 SC Meeting

16.00-19.00

Participants Registration

19.00-21.00

Icebreaker party

18 September

8.00-9.00

Participants Registration, poster set up

9.00-9.30

Open ceremony, welcome addresses

 

Session 1: Uncertainties in surface and ground water interactions

9.30-9.50

Markov, M.L., Gurevitch, E.V., Zhuravin S.A., Zavileisky S.V. Influence of cryogenic processes on the surface and groundwater interaction

9.50-10.10

Holko, L., Danko, M., Dóša, M., Kostka, Z., Šanda, M., Pfister, L., Iffly, J.F. Consequences of spatial and temporal variability of stable water isotopes in snow related hydrological processes of a mountain basin

10.10-10.30

Jankovec, J., Čanda, M., Vitvar, T., Kulasova, A., Negrel, Ph. Millot, R. Functioning of mountainous catchment explored by a set of isotopes

10.30-10.50

Warmerdam, P.M.M., van der Hoeven , P.C.T. , Kole, J.W., Stricker, J. Effect of forest vegetation on groundwater recharge in Dutch dunes. A lysimeter study from 1941 to 1998

10.50-11.20

Coffee-break

 

Session2 2: Сhanges in hydrological regimes resulting from climate variations and human impacts

11.20-11.40

Maraga F., Arattano M., Chersich S., Godone F., Massobrio R., Rivelli G. Hydro-sedimentary highlights in long term research basin (since 1982)

11.40-12.00

Speranskaya Nina A. Changes in pan and visible evaporation over European Russia territory

12.00-12.20

Butturini A., Acuña V., Artigas J., Bernal S., Ejarque, E, Gaudes  A., Ylla I., Martí E., Mas-Martí  E., Muñoz I., Romaní A., Sabater S., Sabater F., Vazquez E. , Von Schiller D. Fourteen years of hydro-biogeochemical and ecological monitoring in a Mediterranean catchment. Its past, present and fragile future.

12.00-12.20

Vajskebr Vaclav, Ricicova Pavla, Vlnas Radek. Impact of the climate change on water and snow balance in the „Jizerske“ Mts. in the Czech Republic

12.00-12.20

 Sorin T.  Flash floods effects on suspended sediment discharge runoff in small river basins (Trotus River basin case study)

12.20-12.40

de Lima, M. I. P., Espírito Santo, F., de Lima, J. L. M. P,. Ramo. A. M. Variability in hydrological regimes: a perspective from seasonal trends in air temperature and precipitation in Portugal

12.40-13.00

Calligaris C., Cucchi F., Treu F., Zini l. Variations in the line of springs as indicators of changes in hydrological regimes in Northeast Italy

13.00-14.00

Lunch

14.00-14.20

Latron J., Llorens P., Garcia-Estringana P., Gallart.  F. Inter/intra annual variability of the hydrological response of a Mediterranean mountain area (Vallcebre, North Eastern Spain)

14.20-14.40

Zhuravin, S.A., Kaliuzhny I.L., Lavrov S.A., Rakcheyeva E.A.,Gaponov I.N. Hydrological response to climate variability in European mixed forest zone (Podmoskovnaya WBS case study)

 

Session 3: Current state, problems and perspe­ctives of hydrological modelling

14.40-15.00

Torfs. P.J.J.F. Sensitivity of threshold parameters

15.00-15.20

Sipek V., Tesar M. Soil moisture simulations using a meso-scale hydrological model and box modelling approach

15.20-15.40

Matreata, S., Basiu, O., Apostu, D.,Gheorghe, M., Matreata, M.. Actual flash flood forecasting possibilities in Romania (case study – Calnau River basin flash flood 24-25 July 2011)

15.40-16.10

Coffee-break

16.10-16.30

Holzmann, H., Massmann, C. Design of a modular conceptual water balance model to mimic dominant hydrological processes

16.30-16.50

Gartsman B.I. Flood Cycle Model - new approach for extraordinary floods prediction

16.50-17.10

Matrata, M., Pompiliu, M., Matrata, S. Robust flash flood potential indices estimates based on runoff coefficient relationships from representative basins

17.10-17.30

Lee Kwan Tun, Pin-Chung Huang. Efficient algorithm for runoff simulation in steep mountain watersheds

17.30-17.50

Dijksma, R, Lanen, H.A.J. van, Bier,G and Jahr, T. Modeling groundwater flow in weathered shales at a steep hill slope near Jena, Germany: will it work?

17.50-18.10

Lebedeva L.S., Semenova O.M. Data of special hydrological studies in the task of runoff modelling at poor gauged basins of permafrost zone

19 September

 

Session 4: Study of runoff formation in research basins and the transfer of results to ungauged basins

9.00-9.20

A. Herrmann, K. Prilop, D. Duncker. Hysteresis in fractured rock groundwater-discharge relations on small basin scale taking Lange Bramke as an example

9.20-9.40

Penna D., Mao L., Comiti F., Engel M., Dell’Agnese A., Bertoldi G. Effects of glaciers on runoff and suspended sediment transport in a high-elevation experimental catchment

9.40-10.00

Kondratyev S.A., Shmakova M.V., Markova E.G. Runoff and Nutrient Removal Modeling in the Gulf of Finland Catchment

10.00-10.20

Tachecí, P.,  Žlábek, P., Kvítek, T., Peterková, J. Analysis of Rainfall-runoff events on four subcatchments of Kopaninský tok (Czech Republic)

10.20-10.40

Coffee-break

 

Session 5: New methods for water balance components measurements

10.40-11.00

Brocca, L., Melone, F., Moramarco, T., Penna, D., Borga, M., Matgen, P., Gumuzzio, A., Martinez-Fernández, J., Wagner W. Soil moisture monitoring in small experimental basins through remote sensing observations

11.00-11.20

Bercha Š., Jirák J., Řičicivá P., Kimlová M. New Methods of Measuring Snow Cover Parameters Relative to Needs of Warning and Flood Forecasting Service

11.20-11.40

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

11.40-13.30

Poster session

 

13.30-14.30

Lunch

15.00-19.00

Field excursion

19.30

Conference dinner

20 September

 

Session 6: Open session on hydrological and ecologically related research in small basins

9.00-9.20

Ferreira, C.S.S., Steenhuis, T.S., Soares, D., Ferreira, A.D.F., Walsh, R.P.D., Coelho, C.O.A., de Lima, J.L.M.P., Nunes, J.P.  The role of spatiotemporal variability of the hydrological processes on flow connectivity in an urbanizing watershed

9.20-9.40

Osadchaya, N.N., Lutkovsky, V.V. The use of small catchment area for exploration and simulation of organic substances diffusive inflow

9.40-10.00

S. Chmiel, Z. Michalczyk, J. Sposób. Physical and chemical properties of surface runoff waters in the urbanized catchment of Lublin (Poland)

10.00-10.20

Miklanek P., Martincova, Dosa, Pekarova P. Longterm trends identification of water quality in the Bela river

10.20-10.40

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

10.40-11.10

Coffee-break

11.10-11.30

Cantón, Y; Rodríguez-Caballero, E; Chamizo, S; Lázaro, R; Poveda, F; Solé-Benet, A..The role of biological soil crusts on the runoff and sediment yield in a semiarid microcatchment

11.30-11.50

Viville D., Chabaux F., Stille P.,Pierret M.-C., Gangloff S. Erosion and weathering fluxes in the Strengbach granitic catchment(Vosges massif, eastern France)

11.50-12.10

Rial-Rivas, M.E, Santos, J, Bernard-Jannin, L, Boulet, A.K, Gosch, L, Wahren, F.T, Wahren A, Rodriguez-Blanco, M.L, Nunes, J.P, Ferreira, J.D.A, Coelho, C.O.A., Keizer, J.J.  Sensitivity of SWAT model streamflow auto-calibration to additional field support measurements in wet Mediterranean catchments.

12.10-12.30

ERB General Assembly

12.30-13.00

Closing ceremony

13.30-14.30

Lunch