7 WRHC – 28 June 2016 | course and programme

Opening, keynote, sessions, workshops and ceremony

Subjects to change – current status: 4 July 2016!
 
For download of opening, keynote, presentations or workshop results click on underlined linksstatus 15 October 2016!
 
9:30
Registration (Foyer) & welcome coffee
10:00
Welcome at the German Environment Agency, Maria Krautzberger (UBA)
10:10
Opening of the conference by the Water Science Alliance, Peter Krebs (TUD)
10:20
Introductory perspectives of the BMUB, Thomas Stratenwerth | DFG, Ute Weber
11:00
Water resilience for global sustainability
Johan Rockström, SRC (Sweden)
11:40
Introduction to the open space workshops of day 1
12:00
Lunch break (Foyer)

 

Sessions
13:00
Climate change
and
water quality
(Joseph Alcamo, Univ. Kassel)
 
characterising the impacts of climate change on water resource quality
 
 ———-
European-scale patterns of climate change impacts on water quality
 
 
 –
Martina Flörke
Univ. Kassel
———-
Methods of climate change impact assessment on river water quality - results from the Elbe river
 
Cornelia Hesse
PIK Potsdam
 
———-
Preparing for climate change impacts to water resource quality – a perspective from California
 
 –
Peter Ode
CDFW, Sacramento
(USA)
 
Water quality
and
standards
(Lilian Busse, UBA Dessau)
 
meeting water quality targets by addressing multiple objectives and relevant key factors
 ———-
Addressing multiple objectives while meeting water quality standards
 
Jörg Drewes
TU München
———-
Identifying key factors for the implementation of water quality guidelines
 
Jan Leentvaar
UNESCO-IHE, Delft
(The Netherlands)
 ———-
Standards and alternative policy approaches in light of emerging water quality challenges
 –
 Florence Metz
Univ. Bern
 (Switzerland)
 
Water quality
and
ecosystem functioning
(Klement Tockner, IGB Berlin)
 
exploring the mechanisms beetween water quality and ecosystem performances
———-
From vision to action: novel genetic tools to assess aquatic biodiversity and ecosystem function
Florian Leese
Univ. Duisburg-Essen
———-
 Lament, declare, ignore: moving beyond ‘Aquatic conservation for Lemmings’
 
Kenneth Irvine
UNESCO-IHE, Delft
(The Netherlands)
 ———-
Managing water quality as real-world experiments
 
 
 –
Christian Stamm
EAWAG, Dübendorf
(Switzerland)
15:00
Coffee break (Foyer) and change of rooms

 

Workshops (either concept notes or results are online below – subjects to change)
15:30
Many chemicals − high risk: challenges for effect analysis
 
Univ. Heidelberg
et al.
 <Thomas Braunbeck>
 
Water quality
and
standards
 
 UBA Dessau
et al.
 <Lilian Busse>
 
Water quality
in the tropics and subtropics
 
 UNU-EHS Bonn
et al.
 <Zita Sebesvari>
 
COP21 – its relevance for future water research
 
 
GERICS Hamburg
et al.
<Daniela Jacob>
 
17:30
Time to get some fresh air
17:45
Kurt Eberhard Bode foundation’s ceremony award
18:30
Conference reception