Seminar: Climate change: changing importance of hydrological pathways and consequences for water quality

 

During the seminar PhD and MSc students will present results obtained so far, covering a wide range of topics as shown by their titles. Clearly, this developing ‘knowledge front’ will raise questions and gives ground for interesting discussions.  We look forward to interesting presentations and lively discussions.

Date: September 12

Location: Vitenparken, Ås

Time: 13.00 - 16.00

Registration: send e-mail to johannes.deelstra@nibio.no

 

Time

Title

Presenter

1300

Welcome and introduction

Helen French

Johannes Deelstra

13.10

Catchment scale effects of weather, climate and agricultural management on water quantity and quality.

Hannah Wenng (PhD)

13.30

Modelling unsaturated frozen soils

Joris Stuurop (PhD)

13.50

Linking catchment processes to ecosystem services across the Nordics

Bart Immerzeel (PhD)

14.10

Rainfall - runoff modelling with high temporal resolution - Assessing the performance of the DDD model

Anne Ellekjær Stavang (MSc)

14.30

Coffee/tea break

 

14.45

How effective is reduced autumn tillage for erosion control?

Robert Barneveld (PhD)

15.05

Potential drivers behind the success of the algal species G. semen - long-term records of climatic, catchment and in-lake conditions.

Camilla Hagman (PhD)

15.25

Suction drainage and its potential use

Åsmund Kvifte (PhD)

15.45

Summary and discussions

Johannes Deelstra

16.00

End

 

 

 

 

Published 6. September 2019 - 12:37 - Updated 19. September 2019 - 10:46