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 Federal Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry, Environment and Water Management Wiener Wasserwerke, water supply company of Vienna

Some keynote presentations (as per 23 October 2008)

Stefan Krause, UK
Abstract #45
Critical scales for hyporheic nutrient transformation

Brent Newman, Austria
Abstract #48
Isotope methods for examining hydroecological connections

Tetsuro Tsujimoto, Japan
Abstract #68
River ecosystem supported by small-scale landscape units driven by surface and subsurface flow -- Habitat and material cycle to support ecosystem in a sandy river with alternate bars

Johan Schutten, UK
Abstract #75
Making wetland science work; How countries across Europe have used wetland science to characterise and classify ground and surface water dependent wetlands for Water Framework Directive implementation

Sjoerd van der Zee, the Netherlands
Abstract #88
Water and salinity interactions between groundwater, rootzone, vegetation, and climate

Christian Griebler, Germany
Abstract #139
Attempts for an integrative (ecological) assessment of groundwater ecosystems -- microbes as possible bioindicators

Gilles Pinay, UK
Abstract #152
Coupling hydrology and biogeochemistry in complex landscapes

Peter Horchler, Germany
Abstract #203
Modelling the suitability of floodplains as habitats for plant species: some experiences from large German rivers

Mariet Hefting, the Netherlands
Abstract #217
Nitrous oxide emissions from floodplains and riparian zones

Catherine (Kate) Heppell, UK
Abstract #220
The influence of vegetation on flow, sediment and biogeochemical cycling in lowland rivers

Ronald Harvey, USA
Abstract #226
Quantifying bacterial chemotaxis in a groundwater ecosystem: The tactics of chemotactic bacteria

Okke Batelaan, Belgium
Abstract #245
Biebrza ecohydrological research experiences: Embracing the science of place

Bertel Nilsson, Denmark
Abstract #252
Multidisciplinary approach to constrain often inaccurate estimates of groundwater fluxes to and from seepage lakes

Josef Krecek, Czech Republic
Abstract #293
Ellenberg’s indicator values and water resources recharge

Tomasz Okruszko, Poland
Abstract #294
Wetlands in a river basin -- Sources of water or water users?

Marc Bierkens, the Netherlands
Abstract #313
The effect of climate change on groundwater dependent temperate forest ecosystems

Carl Christian Hoffmann, Denmark
Abstract #318
How a regional aquifer, a local aquifer and an oxbow lake impact on hydrological and biogeochemical processes in a riparian fen-meadow ecosystem

Edward A. Sudicky, Canada
Abstract #327
Analysis of factors affecting the spatio-temporal patterns of thermal exchange fluxes between streams and groundwater

Hans-Peter Nachtnebel, Austria
Abstract #444
The future of the Aral Sea and its ecosystem: Possible scenarios and outcomes

Version 23 October 2008