IAHS Charles University, Faculty of Science
Nederlandse Hydrologische Vereniging, Netherlands Hydrological Society Vienna City Administration Wiener Wasserwerke, water supply company of Vienna
Water Partnership Program (WPP)/World Bank, supporting Special session S3


Abstract Submission

Abstract submission ....
still possible,
after February 9, 2012, 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, either Karel Kovar (karel.kovar@pbl.nl) or Hans-Peter Nachtnebel (hans_peter.nachtnebel@boku.ac.at).

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Abstract Submission Form

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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 *
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 * Climate Change     Direct Human Interventions     Land use changes    
Water use / over-exploitation
Abstract descriptors 2 * Land use changes and/or Water over-exploitation     deforestation     agricultural land use    
river channelization     hydraulic infrastructures     urbanization and land surface sealing    
infrastructural development     surface water     groundwater abstraction
Population growth     Inefficient water use
Abstract descriptors 3 * Water-related changes at different scales     evapotranspiration     soil moisture content    
surficial runoff     effective precipitation     surface water discharge    
groundwater baseflow     surface water levels     groundwater levels     Water balance    
Extremes: magnitude and frequency
Abstract descriptors 4 * Impacts of water-related changes    
Economic impacts (agriculture, transportation, hydropower, water quantity/quality, inundation, floods, ...)    
Social impacts (public health, water availability, public water supply, agric water supply, food supply, political tensions, ...)
Environmental impacts (ecosystem quality, biodiversity, ...)
Abstract descriptors 5 * Integrated water resources management     Adaptation     Mitigation     Technological measures    
Institutional aspects     Costs and benefits     Risks for water supply systems    
Water supply reliability     Conflicts between competing sectors and demands
Abstract descriptors 6 * Methodology     Modelling     Prediction     Uncertainty     Modelling scales    
Regional climate models     Hydrological models     Impact models     Socio-economic models
Water management models     Ensemble predictions     Probabilistic evaluation
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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