Saturday 28.8.2004
900 – 1800 Meeting to the Project Basin-wide Water Balance in
the Danube Basin
Czech Hydrometeorological Institute
Sunday 29.8.2004
900 – 1800 Meeting of the IHP NC´s representatives
Czech Hydrometeorological Institute
16 – 19
Participants registration
Mendel University
Monday 30.8.2004
800 – 1000 Participants registration (contituation)
1000 – 1230 Opening ceremony
1230 – 1400 Lunch break
Convenors: Jan Kubát, Konstantin Tzankov
1. Heilig, M., Schatzl, R.
Flood warning system for Western Styrian catchments –
and case study
2. Kellerman, J., Kopmann, R., Glander, B.
Changing requirements in investigation quality
management at the example of ARGO-Danube
3. Kirnbauer, R., Müller, G., Fröschl, F., Pöschl, S.
An operational flood forecasting model for the Steyer river –
forecasts during the August 2002 flood
4. Kubeš, R., Hlavčová, K., Szolgay, J., Kohnová, S.
Simulation of extreme floods in the Upper Hron River Basin
5. Manukalo, V., Deziron, O., Boiko, V.
The development of the flood observation and forecasting system
in the Ukrainian part of the Tisza river basin:
Problems and needs
6. Niemayer, S., De Roo, A.,Wachter, K., Kalas, M., Szabó, J.A.,
Cloke, H., Younis, J.
Towards a flood alert system for European trans-national river
7. Polajnar, J., Polič, M., Brilly, M.
Flood forecasting and public awareness
8. Prohaska, S., Simic, Z., Milojevic, N., Orlic, A., Ristic, V.
Rainfall-runoff modelling based on the SWAT model
1600 – 1630 Coffee break
Convenors: Gabor Balint, Ad de Roo
9. Řičicová, P.
Possibilities of improvement of hydrological forecasts models in
extreme situations
Řehák, P., Petr, J.
Forecast systém of flow regime operative control in the Elbe
river basin
11. Stanev, K.
Application of the HBV hydrological model using additional snow
melt factor from the Ukrainian „SNEG-2“ model for the Bulgarian
mountain part of the Města river basin
12. Szabó, J. A., Kalas, M., De Roo, A.
Influence of uncertainty of interpolated precipitation fields on
distribute model-based simulations using LisFlood model: Case
study for Upper Tisza and Morava catchment
Tuesday 31.8.2004
830 – 1030 Topic 2 METEOROLOGICAL
Convenors: Ognjen Bonacci, Milan Šálek
13. Balint, G., Csik, A., Bartha, P., Bonta, I., Gauzer, B.
Application of meteorological ensembles for Danube flood
forecasting and warning
14. Daňhelka, J.,
Use of the Quantitative Precipitation Forecast (QPF) for
hydrological modelling – a source of error
15. Klink, S.
Assimilation of radar data in the mesoscale NWP – model of
16. Kobold, M., Sušelj, K.
Uncertainty of predicted precipitation and its consequences in
hydrological modelling
17. Stancalie, G.
Contribution of earth observation data flood risk analysis
18. Šálek, M., Březková, L., Novák, P..
The use of combined radar and raingauge precipitation
estimates in hydrological modelling for Svitava river basin
1030 – 1100 Coffee break
Presentation of the firms, informations about new projects
in DRB
Convenors: Igor Liška, Pavla Řičicová
19. LOGOTRONIC - Gubandru, V., Pevny, G.
Automatic stations for the monitoring of hydrometeorological
parameters in Romania within the Framework of the EC LIFE
20. LOGOTRONIC - Pevny, G.
ISO 9001 quality management for the operation of hydrometeorological measuring networks
21. SEBA - Skripalle, J.
Ultrasonic-traveltime-method in rivers
22. DHI – Hydroinform
Mathematical modelling and its use for improvement of
navigation conditions and morphological stability of water way
23. Balint, G.
Quality assurance in hydrological modelling
24. Petrovič, P.
GIS technology use in basin – wide water balance estimation of
the Danube River Basin
1230 – 1400 Lunch break
Convenors: Ján Szolgay, Stefan Prohaska
25. Bonacci, O., Ljubenkov, I.
Assesment of the Zagreb town flood defence in new conditions
26. Dakova, S.
Low flow and drought analysis of Bulgarian Danube tributaries
27. Gluskov, A., Loboda, N.
Fractal modelling the frustrated aquifer systems: Annual runoff
28. Miklánek, P., Pekarová, P.
Occurrence of the dry periods in European runoff series
29. Petrovič, P.
Water balance model and tuning parameters
30. Vishnevskiy, V.I.
Climate change in Ukraine and hydrological regime of the rivers
31. Wachter, K.
Danube river floods in Austria
32. Várallyay, G.
Extreme soil moisture evens as pedoconflicts in Hungary
1600 – 1630 Coffee break
Convenors: Mitja Brilly, Reinhard F. Schmidtke
33. Bednarcyk, T., Michalec, S., Tarnawski, M.
Analysis of sediment trap efficiency of small water reservoirs
34. Lapuszek, M.
The investigation of riverbed erosion in the mountainous river.
Application to Raba river
35. Mircea, S.
MODPERL – a new Romanian model for gully erosion prediction
36. Rakoczi, L, Szekeres, J.
Environmental effects of industrial dredging on alluvial riverbeds
37. Serban, A.C.
Practical forecasting method for dillution discharges
38. Lichner, L. Čipáková, A., Dlapa, P. Topic 5
On the fate of cadmium in three different soils from the
Danubian lowland (Slovakia)
1845 – 2000 Poster session
Wednesday 1.9.2004
900 – 2000 Fieldtrip to the VRANOV dam
Thursday 2. 9. 2004
830 – 1030 Topic 5 WATER QUALITY
Convenors: Laszlo Goda, Peter Rončák
39. Bernardová, I., Adámková, J.
Implementation of quidelines for monitoring of transboundary
waters in the Morava river basin
40. Bojilova, E.K.
Stochastic modelling of the natural river flows
41. Borovec, J., Brzáková, M., Hejzlar, J., Jan, J.
Sediments as a dynamic pool of phosphorus in a stratified
42. Drobot, R. at al.
Regional model of the Somes-Szamos Aquifer (Ro-Hu)
43. Fischer-Antze, T., Gutknecht, D.
Mophological changes in the Danube river east of Vienna over
the last nine years
44. Liška, I.
Management of water quality and flood-risk on a basin-wide
level – a challange for the ICPDR
45. Parajka, J., Blöschl, G., Merz, R.
Mapping of daily water balance components in Austria
46. Rieder, M., Hypr, D., Halířová, J.
Occurrence of dangerous substances in suspended solids and
river sediments in Morava catchment according to CHMI
1030 – 1100 Coffee break
Convenors: Denys Klebanov, Hladný Josef
47. Samoylenko, V.
Balance of necessary environmental state and social-economic
efficiency as condition of river basin security
48. Belz., J.U., Goda, L.
Flow regime of river Danube and its catchment – about updating
chapter II of the Danube monograph
49. Bretotean, D.
Considerations concerning overexploitation of groundwater
50. Dragusin, D., Buta, C., Pancescu, M., Chendes, V.
The role of the lithological formations from Danube flood plain
between Giurgiu and Calarasi on the phreatic aquifer level at in
1967 - 1975
51. Drobot, R., Musy, A.
VICAIRE: „Virtual Campus in hydrology and water REsources
52. Kovács, P., Nováky, B.
Characterization of the runoff regime and its stability in the Tisza
53. Lehotský, Grešková, A.
Hydromorphology, riverine landscape and river management
54. Mauser, W., Strasser, U., Ludwig, R.
GLOWA-Danube: Sustainable water resources management in
the Upper Danube River Basin under conditions of global
1300 – 1430 Lunch break
Convenors: Petrovič Pavel, Miklánek Pavol
55. Solín, L.
Susceptibility of basins to floods – regional typication of small
basins of Slovakia from the point of view of soil permeability
56. Stanciu, P.
Drought in 2003 on the Danube river and on the internal rivers
from Romania
57. Šercl, P., Polcar, P.
Work procedures during the evaluation of August 2002 flood
58. Gergov, G., Karagiozova, T., Mladenov, K.,
Ice regime of the Danube tributaries of Bulgaria
1. Košková, R., Buchtele, J., Fořtová, M., Vobs, B.
Application of the SAC-SMA and HSPF hydrological models –
Lenora basin case study
2. Maričič, S., Mijuševič-Světinovič, T., Patrčevič, V.
Design storm for Osijek´s urban drainage
3. Maslowa, T., Soseydko, M.
Short-term forecasting of runoff variation during a spring flood in the
Bug river basin on the basis of mathematical modelling
4. Mic, R., Corbus, C.
Forecasting relations of the flash floods maximum discharges on
the basis of the correlation with the releasing factors
5. Mitková, V.
Simulations of the flood at Slovak Danube river with historical inputs
by model NLN - Danube
6. Pryimachenko, N., Lukyanets, O.
Elaboration of basin forecasting systems in the Carpathion region
with reagard for landscape conditions
7. Soseydko, M..
Application of probabilistic approach in the basin forecasting
8. Šperac M., Varevac, D.
A neural network model for rainfall-runoff in urban area
9. Teodorescu, N.I.
Specific problems in the defence against floods on the common
reach of the rivier Timis between Cebza (Romania) and Boka
10. Tesař, M., Šír, M., Lichner, L.
Modelling of rainfall-runoff relationship in small mountainous
11. Ungureanu, V., Streng, O., Leucuta, C.
2000 flood – forecast and reality in Crisul Alb river basin
12. Mika, J., Bálint, G., Bartók, B., Brosos, E., Schlanger, V.
On variability and tendencies of precipitation and cloudiness in
the Upper Danube catchment
13. Bojin, T., Ionel, V., Cristescu, D.
Using arc view programme for identify sensible areas
14. Cristescu D. O., Blaj, A.
The main steps to establish the monitoring network in
accordance with Water Framework Directive
15. Cristescu D. O., Blaj, A., Vlaicu, I.
The utility of GIS elements in water monitoring activity
16. Demeterová, B., Blaškovičova, L.
Influence of hydromorphological elements on ecological status
in rivers
17. Gulyas, M., Csik, A., Erdélyi, S., Gábris,G., Telbisz, T.,
Bálint, G.
Review of main channel and floodplain interactions on river
18. Halmová, D.
Impact of a potential climate upon the water supply being
observed during the operation of the Vihorlat reservoir
19. Hlavčová, K., Szolgay, J., Kohnová, S., Zvolenský, M.
Prediction of mean monthly discharges in ungauged basins
20. Horvát, O.
The hydrological balance of the lower Hron watershed
21. Kornilov, M., Morozov, M., Mikhailova, M.
Catastrophic flood on the Danube river in August 2002
22. Kožnárek, Z., Kocman, T.
Discharge measurement using the instrument WorkHorse Rio
Grande ADCP
23. Pasoi, I., Purdel, A.
CHELIM – Excel application for the analytic expression of rating
24. Poórová, J., Kuniková, E., Velčická, L.
Integrated modelling of Hornad River basin in frame of the Tisza
river project
25. Purdel, A..
Realtions between hydrological and geomorphological parameters
of a river basin based on a particular study case from Romania
26. Szilagyi, J., Bálint, G., Gauzer, B., Bartha, P
Flow routing with unknown rating curves
27. Szolgay, J., Hlavčová, K., kohnová, S., Danihlík, R.
Assessing the climate change impact on river runoff in Slovakia
28. Šír, M., Tesař, M., Syrovátka, O.
Retention – evapotranspiration unit
29. Varga et al.
Recent extremes of lake Balaton water budget
30. Blaj, A., Cristescu, D., Rosu, M.
GIS elements in ground water quality modelling and pollution
sources monitoring in hydrographic area Banat
31. Blaskova, S.
Water quality assesment of the bulgarian Danube tributaries from
the water consumption point of view
32. Gilca, G., Cazac, V.
Monitoring of surface water quality and installation of additional
automatic modules
33. Klebanov, D., Osadcha, N., Osadchy, V.I.
Assesment of chemical discharge of the Danube in modern period
34. Kovalchuk, N.
Biomonitoring of water quality on surface waters of the Ukrainian
35. Lexa, M., Kvítek, T.
Concentrations of nitrate in small streams of the Švihov
drinking water reservoir basin, CZ
36. Negulescu Ph.D., Corneliu, A. L., Sorin Cavaria, P.E.
Vulnerability to pollution by nitrates – concept -study case in a
Romanian county close to Danube river
37. Ninov, P.
Influence of the Bulgarian Tributaries on the Danube hydrochemical
38. Rainova, V., Rainova, K.
The water quality of the river Vit during its confluence into Danube
39. Říha J., Julínek, T., Buchtová, J.
Modelling the effect of sewerage overflow chambers on stream
meter quality
40. Ágotai, G.
The effect of the water production in the area between the rivers
Danube and Tisza
41. Balla, G.
Examination of the excess water problems utilize the excess water
information system
42. Boyeva, H.
Some aspects of responding on extraordinary situations on water
objects with the aim their preventions or minimizing their harm on
the example Transcarpathian (Zakarpatie) region
43. Bozán, C., Körösparti, J.,
Water uprush on the Békés-Csanád Loess Plateau
44. Grischenko, V.
Maximal snow accumulation in the Ukrainian Carpathians
45. Kovalchuk, A.
Ecological and socio-economic consequences of hazardous floods
in the Ukrainian Carpathians
46. Kriegerová, I., Kohnová, S., Szolgay, J., Hlavčová, K.
Seasonality of summer floods in Slovakia
47. Kuspilič, N., Bekič, D.
Channel degradation in Croatian rivers
48. Papánková, Z.
Temporal and spatial change of selected hydrogeological
characteristics in the Lower Hron basin
49. Pasoi, I.
The applying of „social efficiency“ in designing the automatic
network for the worning of population
50. Pasoi, I.
Methods of river clasification on the criteria of the reservoirs and
dikes influences over natural flow and water balance
51. Ploscaru, F., Petrus, M.
The morphodynamic of Danube bed between 440 km and 487 km
52. Starý, M. at al.
Use of artificial intelligence methods for operative control of river
basin runoff
53. Tadič, L. Tadič, Z., Crnčan, I.
Environmental and socio-economic aspects of flood risk analysis
54. Teodorescu, N.I.
Specific problems on the defence against floods on the common
reach of the river Timis between Czbe (Romania) and Boka (Serbia)
55. Aleshkin, S.A., Mikhailov, V.N.
Use of mathematical modelling for prediction of natural and
anthropogenic changes in the Danube delta hydrological regime
56. Neykov. N.M. Neytchev, P.A.
Adapting stochastic daily precipitation models for climatic change
57. Machkova, M., Velikov, B., Dimitrov, D., Neytchev, N.
Ground water quality status of the Upper Thracian QuaternaryPliocene aquifer (the Maritza river basin)
58. Žugaj, R., Plantič, K., Jurak, V.
Mean annual discharges in covered Croatian Karst
59. Leontovičová, D., Halířová, J., Hypr, D.
Complex monitoring of water quality in the border part of the
Morava river on the territory of the Czech Republic
60. Orehova, T. V., Benderev, A., Bojilova, E., Andreeva, T.
Impact of climate variability on groundwater recharge in Bulgaria