Charles University, Faculty of Science IAHS T. G. Masaryk Water Research Institute USGS International Hydrological Programme International Association of Hydrogeologists International Association of Hydraulic Engineering and Research
Nederlandse Hydrologische Vereniging, Netherlands Hydrological Society Česká asociace hydrogeologů, Czech Association of Hydrogeologists

Some keynote presentations (as per 3 September 2008)

Niko Verhoest, Belgium
Abstract #137
Uncertainty propagation in vegetation distribution models based on ensemble learning

Jason W. Kean, USA
Abstract #196
A model-based method for monitoring flash-floods and debris flows in recently burned watersheds

Harald Kunstmann, Germany
Abstract #203
Propagation of Precipitation Uncertainties in Distributed Water Balance Assessments of a Data Sparse Semi Arid Environment

Graham E. Fogg, USA
Abstract #218
New Paradigms for Groundwater and Surface Water Interaction

Mary C. Hill, USA
Abstract #225
Using a weather analogy to understand how to communicate ground-water model uncertainty

Vit Klemes
Abstract #n.a.
Political pressures in water resources management: Do they influence predictions?

Jaroslav Solc, USA
Abstract #228
Implications of hydrological predictions for decision making – Perspective of practitioner

Jan Seibert, Sweden
Abstract #239
Gauging the ungauged basin: the information content of limited field measurements

Jan Fleckenstein, Germany
Abstract #255
Dynamics and Patterns of River-Aquifer Exchange - What kind of Predictions do we need?

Andreas Schumann, Germany
Abstract #275
Ensemble forecasts and Bayesian Averaging to consider uncertainties in flood risk management

Edward A. Sudicky, Canada
Abstract #281
Simulation of Thermal Stream Loadings Using a Fully-Integrated Surface/Subsurface Modelling Framework

Henrik Madsen, Denmark
Abstract #297
A general filtering framework for data assimilation in hydrological forecasting systems

Stefan Uhlenbrook, the Netherlands
Abstract #317
Estimating ungauged stream flows based on model regionalization – Examples from the mountainous, semi-arid Karkheh river basin, Iran

Ramesh Teegavarapu, USA
Abstract #337
Innovative Spatial Interpolation Methods for Estimation of Missing Precipitation Records: Concepts and Applications

Geoff Parkin, United Kingdom
Abstract #338
Influence of scale on modelling groundwater recharge through heterogeneous Quaternary drift deposits

John Schaake, USA
Abstract #349
Science Issues for the Hydrologic Ensemble Prediction Experiment (HEPEX)

Hans-Peter Nachtnebel, Austria
Abstract #372
Runoff prediction at different modelling scales

Version 3 September 2008