International Association of Hydrogeologists IAHS Charles University, Faculty of Science T. G. Masaryk Water Research Institute USGS

Abstract Submission

Abstract submission ....
still possible,
after October 6, 2011 in principle for posters only

Abstracts: maximum 400 words, about one A4 page, in English.

After you have submitted the abstract (pressing the button Submit), you should receive a notification of the abstract receipt. If you do not receive this notification email please contact immediately the Organizing Committee, both Karel Kovar ( and Zbynek Hrkal (

It may take a little while before your system responds to your pressing the Submit button. Please do not press the Submit button again, because it will result in a resubmission of your abstract, leading to duplicate abstracts and inconvenience.

At the bottom of this page, before you press Submit, you will have to receive an authorisation to submit. After you have been given the authorization, the button “Submit” will be activated for your use.

Abstract Submission Form

A red asterisk (*) indicates a required field
Part I: Contact for Corresponding Author
Title (Ms / Mr / Prof / Dr / Dipl-Ing / Ing / Ir / ....)
First Name * (for example, John or Barbara)
Middle Initial(s)  
Surname *  
Organization / Company *
Mailing Address 1 *
Mailing Address 2
Town / City *
Postal / Zip Code * State / Province
Country *
Telephone * (start with country code, e.g. +49, +45 or +1 for Germany, Denmark and USA/Canada, respectively)
E-Mail Address *
Re-enter e-mail * to be identical
Part II: Abstract
Please use plain text only. Do not use Tabs, subscripts and superscripts.
Abstract Title *
Authors / addresses *
(all authors and their affiliations / addresses, also if only the corresponding author)
(max. 100 words)
Include also the name
of the submitting author!
Otherwise the name
will not appear in the
Conference programme.
Abstract descriptors 1 * Plutonic and metamorphic hard rocks, with the exception of marbles
Volcanic rocks
Non karstified (or just partially karstified) limestones (marbles included)
Other fracture permeability hard rocks, for example sandstones
Abstract descriptors 2 * Fractured rock aquifers, shallow, ~0-100 m depth
Fractured rock aquifers, deeper (>100 m) associated structures
Fractured rock low permeability environments (deep and shallow, from hundred to thousands metres deep)
Abstract descriptors 3 * Hydrology     Geohydrology     Geology     Geochemistry     Ecology     Engineering     Water (resources) management     Other discipline(s)
Abstract descriptors 4 * Groundwater     Surface water     Rivers     Groundwater recharge
(ground)Water quality     (ground)Water quantity     (ground)Water level
Nature/vegetation     Water resources     Protection     Water supply     Land use
Abstract descriptors 5 * Local scale     Catchment scale     Regional scale     Supra-regional scale     National scale
Abstract descriptors 6 * Data collection     Use of data for modelling     Use of models for data collection     Modelling     Integrated groundwater/surface water     Integrated vadose zone/groundwater     Catchment modelling     Conceptual model     Calibration     Uncertainty
Topic ID numbers *
Core text of the abstract, max. 400 words, about one A4 page *
The core text should
NOT include
of submitting authors!
Presentation mode oral presentation, poster possible
oral presentation only
poster presentation only
no preference
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