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

Abstracts received from members of Scientific Advisory Committee

Kaoru Takara, Japan
Abstract #9
Non-parametric frequency analysis of hydrological extreme events

Patrick Willems, Belgium
Abstract #61
Impact of climate change on river hydrology and ecology: case study for interdisciplinary policy oriented research

Jens Christian Refsgaard, Denmark
Abstract #78
A methodology to distinguish between human interventions and impacts caused by climate change

Wolfgang Kron, Germany
Abstract #82
Floods: From loss-data collection to risk control

Keith Beven, UK
Abstract #97
Guidelines for good practice in predicting the future: The catchment change network

Slobodan Simonovic, Canada
Abstract #150
Methodology for assessment of climate change risk to municipal infrastructure

Andreas Schumann, Germany
Abstract #246
Flood scenarios, imprecise probabilities and multi-criteria decision making in polder planning

Ramesh Teegavarapu, USA
Abstract #264
Adaptive, sustainable and climate sensitive hydrological design and management of hydrosystems: Handling of uncertainties in decision making

Stefan Uhlenbrook, the Netherlands
Abstract #284
Predicting the impact of change - The need for a better hydrological process understanding through innovative experimental and modelling approaches

Axel Bronstert, Germany
Abstract #291
Comparative simulation of the effects of land use change, river training, and altered climate on floods of the Rhine

Jacques Ganoulis, Greece
Abstract #309
Valuing environmental impacts from climate change and hydroelectrical infrastructure: A case study from Greece

Marco Borga, Italy
Abstract #312
Characterisation of selected extreme flash floods in Europe and of the triggering storm events: implications for monitoring strategies and mitigation policies

Honglang Xiao, China
Abstract #318
Understanding changes in ecohydrological processes caused by human interventions for integrated basin-scale water management: Heihe River Basin, northwest China

Chunmiao Zheng
Abstract #319
Consequences of human interventions on groundwater resources: Can China cope with its water crisis?

András Bárdossy
Abstract #323
Investigation of the frequency of unusual hydrological and meteorological events

Hans-Peter Nachtnebel, Austria
Abstract #3xx
Discrimination among direct human interventions and climate change impacts on the water cycle: Based on hydrological changes observed in Central Europe (title is not yet final)