Società Italiana di Ecologia, Italian Society of Ecology International Society for Subsurface Microbiology Svenska föreningen Oikos, Swedish Oikos Society, society for ecologists with interest in ecological research

  Nederlandse Hydrologische Vereniging, Netherlands Hydrological Society NecoV, Netherlands-Flemish Society for Ecology British Ecological Society Wassercluster Lunz, Austria International Association for Danube Research Helmholtz Centre for Environmental Research – UFZ, Leipzig, Germany ERCE, European Regional Centre on Ecohydrology, under the auspices of UNESCO, in Lodz, Poland Everglades Wetland Research Park, Florida, USA Leibniz-Institute of Freshwater Ecology and Inland Fisheries (IGB), Berlin, Germany Vienna City Administration Waterworks of the City of Vienna

Abstracts from members of Scientific Advisory Committee (as per 24 October 2014)

Abstract #58
Okke Batelaan, Australia
Contrasting response of water use efficiency to drought in global ecosystems

Abstract #69
Deng Xiangzheng, China
Identifications of both water scarcity and solutions for adapting to climate changes in the Heihe River Basin of China

Abstract #81
Christian Griebler, Germany
Groundwater ecosystem services

Abstract #96
Tim Burt, United Kingdom
The value of long water quality records for research in catchment hydrology

Abstract #98
Stefan Krause, United Kingdom
Unraveling the drivers of spatial and temporal variability in biogeochemical cycling at aquifer-river interfaces - The LEVERHULME hyporheic zone research network

Abstract #111
Irena Creed, Canada
Climate change effects on catchment variable redox areas create conditions for the promotion of toxic algal blooms

Abstract #125
Nancy Grimm, USA
Spatial and temporal variation in responses of ecosystem structure and processes to short- and long-term hydrological regime shifts in a semi-arid watershed

Abstract #129
Sergi Sabater, Spain
Flow intermittency under multiple stress situations: impacts and responses in biota

Abstract #138
Tomasz Okruszko, Poland
Conservation of anabranching river system of Narew National Park

Abstract #142
Irena Creed, Canada
Fifty shades of Dissolved Organic Matter (DOM): Global change-driven effects on stoichiometry of DOM and implications for aquatic food webs

Abstract #143
Patrick Meire, Belgium
A controlled reduced tide: a new technique for restoring tidal habitats

Abstract #144
Patrick Meire, Belgium
Restoring a heavily impacted estuary: the crucial role of ecosystem services

Abstract #150
Tomasz Okruszko, Poland
Can incorporation of the concept of ecosystem services change management priorities in a large wetland?

Abstract #162
Maciej Zalewski, Poland
Ecohydrology - the scientific framework for the use of the water/biota interplay for mitigation of intermediate and diffuse impacts at the freshwater ecosystems

Abstract #164
Ronald Harvey, USA
Transport of microorganisms through the groundwater/surface-water interface of a Cape Cod, Massachusetts, kettle pond into a drinking-water aquifer

Abstract #166
Thomas Hein, Austria
Effects of management options on ecosystem functions in an urban floodplain

Abstract #168
Jan Fleckenstein, Germany
Combining high frequency monitoring and numerical modelling to unravel DOC export dynamics in small-catchments

Abstract #181
Kevin Bishop, Sweden
Potential for long-term transfer of DOC from riparian zones to streams in boreal catchments

Abstract #185
William Mitsch, USA
Dealing with downstream effects of excessive agricultural fertilizer use at a watershed scale: How ecologically engineered wetlands can help

Abstract #186
Nobukazu Nakagoshi, Japan
Ecosystem services of a created wetland in Japan

Abstract #189
Josef Křeček, Czech Republic
Dendroclimatology in a mountain catchment: possibilities and limits

Abstract #191
Klement Tockner, Germany
Real-time hydroecology

Abstract #197
Jan-Philip Witte, the Netherlands
Combining historical evidence and ecohydrological processes to harvest and store fresh groundwater in the Netherlands

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