Please join us at the webinar Hydrologidagarna 2020 – Water management in a changing climate this Thursday November 12, between 9 am and 13.00. Please note that the conference is held as a webinar with link below and in order for you to enter this webinar, you need to register according the instructions below. Even if you want to join only for one talk, you need to do the registration IN ADVANCE of the webinar. After registering, you should get an invitation with the link to join.
Hope to see many of you on Thursday!
Register in advance for this webinar:
Or an H.323/SIP room system:
H.323: 220.127.116.11 or 18.104.22.168
Meeting ID: 621 6627 1937
After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the webinar.
9:00-9:10: Webinar opening and introduction of the SHR board (in English) – L. Kuglerová, chair of SHR, SLU, Umeå
9:10-9:35 – How tree species, size and topographical location influenced tree transpiration in northern boreal forests during the historic 2018 drought (in English) – Jose Gutierrez Lopez, SLU Umeå
9:40-10:05 – Drought and Water scarcity plan for South Baltic Drainage basin, Sweden (in Swedish) – Niklas Holmgren, South Baltic water Authority
10:10-10:35: Modelling environmental flows and climate change in river catchments regulated for hydroelectric production in Sweden (in Swedish) – Åsa Widén, Umeå University
10:35-10:50: Coffee break + discussion/questions
10:50 – 11.15: Wetlands as Nature-based solutions under the implementation of the Water Framework Directive in Sweden, study case: Eutrophication in the Baltic Sea (in English) – Julián Andrés García Murcia (Fernando Jaramillo and Sofia Wikström), Stockholm University
11:20 – 11:45: Contrasting hydrological processes in the forest and how to use them for optimizing forest management (In English), Stefan Ploum (Lenka Kuglerova, Jason Leach, Hjalmar Laudon), SLU Umeå
11:50-12:15 New soil moisture maps for Sweden (in English) – Anneli Ågren and William Lidberg, SLU (Umeå)
12:20-12:30 results of the survey on teaching hydrology online (in English) – Benjamin Fischer, Uppsala University and final words
12:30-13.00: Discussion and final words