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

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Abstract descriptors 1 * Climate Change     Direct Human Interventions     Land use changes    
Water over-exploitation     Water-related Changes     Water-related natural hazards    
Impacts of water-related changes and hazards
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
Abstract descriptors 3 * Water-related Changes     evapotranspiration     soil moisture content     surficial runoff    
effective precipitation     surface water discharge     groundwater baseflow    
surface water levels     groundwater levels
Abstract descriptors 4 * Water-related natural hazards     floods and flash floods     mud flows    
droughts and low flows     desertification     land slides and rock fall     glacier outbursts
Abstract descriptors 5 * Impacts of water-related changes and hazards     Economic impacts     Social impacts    
Environmental impacts     Adaptation     Mitigation
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