IAHS Charles University, Faculty of Science International Hydrological Programme The International Association for Ecology Gesellschaft für Ökologie; Ecological Society of Germany, Austria and Switzerland Società Italiana di Ecologia, Italian Society of Ecology USGS International Society for Subsurface Microbiology

  Nederlandse Hydrologische Vereniging, Netherlands Hydrological Society NecoV, Netherlands-Flemish Society for Ecology British Ecological Society Umweltbundesamt, the expert authority of the federal government in Austria for environmental protection and environmental control Vienna City Administration Wiener Wasserwerke, water supply company of Vienna

Keynote presentations (as per 13 December 2010)

Gilles Pinay, UK
Abstract #30
Controls and patterns of nutrient fluxes in low stream order agricultural catchments

Tim Burt, UK
Abstract #39
Nitrate trends in United Kingdom rivers over the last 140 years

Ronald Harvey, USA
Abstract #122
The surface-groundwater connection – Effects of surface water contaminants upon bacterial transport and re-entrainment within a sandy aquifer

Bertel Nilsson, Denmark
Abstract #135
Possible effects on long-term lake restoration from exchange of high P-loaded groundwater to a seepage lake

Catherine Heppell, UK
Abstract #139
Implications of groundwater-surface water connectivity for nitrogen transformations in the hyporheic zone

Christian Griebler, Germany
Abstract #144
Effects of thermal energy usage on shallow groundwater ecosystems

David Hannah, UK
Abstract #149
Sensitivity of headwater stream temperature to riparian land management

Brent Newman, Austria
Abstract #164
Using isotopes to understand coupled hydrological and biological processes

Jan Fleckenstein, Germany
Abstract #194
Complex linkages between hydrologic dynamics and biogeochemical processes in the near stream zone – New ways forward

Okke Batelaan, Belgium
Abstract #226
Groundwater recharge and groundwater discharge: the ecological importance of speaking the same language

Stefan Krause, UK
Abstract #244
Hot moments in cold spots Multi-scale tracing of reactivity hotspots in hyporheic environments

Teysuro Tsujimoto, Japan
Abstract #258
Structure and functions of river ecosystem – Role of subsurface flow in alternate sand bar

Kevin Bishop. Sweden
Abstract #269
Climate effects on riparian zone control on DOC in boreal headwaters streams: Does riparian zone control amplifies climate response ?

Tomasz Okruszko, Poland
Abstract #277
Hydrological conditions of European wetlands – Overview of current situation and future perspectives

Carl Christian Hoffmann, Denmark
Abstract #284
Biogeochemical processes along the groundwater flow line in a riparian wetland

Mathieu Sebilo, France
Abstract #306
Dynamic of nitrogen at the scale of the Seine catchment (France): Use of isotopic biogeochemistry

Boris Schröder, Germany
Abstract #310
Patterns, processes and functions in ecohydrology: Integrating landscape ecological and hydrological models

Edward Sudicky, Canada
Abstract #311
A physically-based approach to assess the impact of climate change on Canadian water resources

Johannes Grath, Austria
Abstract #328
Groundwater dependent terrestrial ecosystems within the European groundwater policy framework

Björn Klöve, Finland
Abstract #334
Hydroecological processes and functioning of groundwater dependent ecosystems