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Vienna Austria 13-16 April 2015

Hydrology and Ecology : Advances in monitoring, predicting and managing hydrological processes

5th International Multidisciplinary Conference on Hydrology and Ecology

5th International Multidisciplinary Conference on Hydrology and Ecology : Advances in monitoring, predicting and managing hydrological processes

Fifth HydroEco conference

Lieu et date : Vienna Austria 13-16 April 2015

Organisation Universität für Bodenkultur Wien (BOKU), University of Natural Resources and Life Sciences, Vienna

Objectif

The aim of this fifth HydroEco conference – after the four previous meetings, in Karlovy Vary (Carlsbad), Czech Republic in 2006, in Vienna in Austria in 2009 and 2011, and in Rennes in France in 2013 – is fourfold :
i) to present new findings and approaches on interactions between hydrology and ecology,
ii) to promote interdisciplinary interactions on water related issues between hydrology, hydrogeology, biogeochemistry, microbial ecology and ecology
iii) to explore advances in monitoring, modelling and predicting dynamics of hydroecological processes, and
iv) to discuss management approaches and applications to tackle environmental issues, including engineering measures for ecosystem preservation and restoration of ecologically valuable environments.

Thèmes

Contributions are solicited addressing the following themes :

[S1] Interactions between surface water, hyporheic zone, groundwater and unsaturated soil zone
[S2] Interaction between plants, surface- and groundwater
[S3] The role of evapotranspiration in the water cycle - how to better link SVAT and hydrological models ?
[S4] Modelling interactions between hydrological and biological processes
[S5] Hydroecological tools for the assessment of aquatic and terrestrial ecosystem functions
[S6] Transferring hydroecological process knowledge across spatial and temporal scales
[S7] Ecosystem services : What do we know and what do we need ? A cross-cutting theme for engineers, hydrologists, ecologists, land managers and economists
[S8] Novel monitoring techniques and analytical approaches in hydroecology (including benefits from remote sensing and isotope analysis)
[S9] Modelling and forecasting ecosystem responses to global change (land use changes, climate change)
[S10] Hydroecological processes in mountain ecosystems
[S11] Hydroecological processes and nutrient flows in wetlands (bogs, fens, mires, swamps, flood plains, etc.)
[S12] Engineering measures for ecosystem preservation and restoration
[S13] Urban hydroecology : objectives, tools and experiences
[S14] Hydroecological processes in semi-arid regions

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