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Interaction of Natural and Social Processes in Shallow Lake Areas

International Conference

Location:   Hotel Dorottya; Kaposvár, 8. Széchenyi Square, Kaposvár
Date:           November 6–7, 2014

The Balaton Research Institute of Kaposvár University and the Balaton Limnological Institute of the Centre for Ecological Research, Hungarian Academy of Sciences kindly invite you and your colleagues to the International Conference on Interaction of Natural and Social Processes in Shallow Lake Areasorganized within the framework of the TÁMOP-4.2.2.A-11/1/KONV-2012-0038 grant entitled “A multidisciplinary investigation of the impacts of human activity and the concomitant social conflicts on a sensitive geographical area pertaining to a shallow lake (the water body of Lake Balaton and its southern catchment area)"

 

 

Program

November 6, 2014 (Thursday)

8:00 –   8:45             Registration

8.50 – 12.45            Plenary Session I

                                      Location: Dorottya Ballroom

8:50 –   9:00             Opening Speech by Professor Ferenc Szávai, rector of Kaposvár University

9:00 – 12:45           Plenary Lectures

Martin Dokulil (Institute for Limnology of the Austrian Academy of Sciences): Sustainability of water resources: Climate change and eutrophication

Lajos Vörös (Centre for Ecology of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences): Current ecological state of Lake Balaton

Peter Hunter (University of Stirling): Global monitoring of lakes from space: demonstrating potential using Lake Balaton as a case-study

Edita Štefanić (J. J. Strissmayer Univerity of Osijek): Invasive plants – what should we need to know about them?

Tamás Kőmíves (Centre for Agricultural Research of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences): Optimized control of common ragweed (Ambrosia artemisiifolia) in sunflower

Gabriella Kazinczi (Kaposvár University): Spreading of invasive plant species on the southern watershed of Lake Balaton

László Molnár (University of Pécs): The developing framework of freshwater ecotoxicology: from monitoring and model experiments to prediction and prognosis

Anthony Lehmann (University of Geneva): A data-sharing journey from the Lake Balaton to the Black Sea catchment

13:00 – 14:00            Reception and Networking

14:00 – 18:00            Section Meetings

14.00 – 18.00             Section 1A:     The Structure and Functioning of Water-Related Biotas I. (English speaking section)

                                      Location: Dorottya Ballroom

13.00 – 18.00             Section 2A:     Problems and conflicts of shoreline and watershed land use in the Balaton area and their management I.(Hungarian speaking section)

                                      Location: Rippl-Rónai Room

November 7, 2014 (Friday)

8:15 –   8:55             Registration

9.00 – 12.00            Plenary Session II

                                      Location: Dorottya Ballroom

Gerrit van Straten (University of Wageningen): Balaton modelling revisited – the tough relationship between modellers and policy makers

Georg Staaks (Leibniz-Institute, Berlin: Aquaponics as a chance for a sustainable ecological transformation process in traditionally agriculturally used shallow lake basins

Béla Csukás (Kaposvár University): Extendable dynamic simulation model of Lake Balaton and its Southern catchment basin with expert and user interfaces

György Csepeli (Eötvös Loránd University, Budapest): Lake Balaton as a source of Big Data

Károly Kutics (Kaposvár University): History of human interventions in the environment of Lake Balaton – downs and ups

László Dinya (University of Szeged): The role of innovations in the rural development

12:00 – 13:00            Reception and Networking

13.00 – 14.40            Plenary Session III

                                      Helyszín: Dorottya bálterem

Alberto Gasparini (University of Trieste): Towns and villages around the lake of Garda: belongings and values

Bartlomiej Walas (University College of Tourism and Ecology in Sucha Beskidzka; Association of Polish Touristic Organizations): Competitiveness of tourism, development of touristic products and nature conservation in the areas of health resorts of Poland

Adam Budnikowski (Warsaw School of Economics): The impact of international trade on the water security of nations

Sándor Kerekes (Kaposvár University): The economic evaluation of water reserves

15:00 – 18:20            Section Meetings

15.00 – 18.00             Section 1B:     The Structure and Functioning of Water-Related Biotas II. (Hungarian speaking section)

                                      Location: Dorottya Ballroom

15.00 – 18.00             Section 2B:     Problems and conflicts of shoreline and watershed land use in the Balaton area and their management II.(English speaking section)

                                      Location: Rippl-Rónai Room

13.00 – 17.20             Section 3:       Computer Aided Process Modelling of Shallow Lake Areas (English speaking section)

                                      Location: Csokonai Room

 Invitation Lette

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Detailed Program (soon)

Abstract Book (soon)

Project Code: TAMOP-4.2.2.A-11/1/KONV-2012-0038
Project Name: Multidisciplinary investigation of the ecological impacts of human activity and the concomitant social conflicts in a sensible geographical area pertaining to a shallow lake (Lake Balaton and its southern catchment basin)
Amount of Aid: 406 534 500 HUF
Beginning of the Project: October 1, 2012
End of the Project: January 31, 2015
Consortium Partner: Ecological Research Centre of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences (Balaton Limnological Institute)
Project Manager: László Sitányi PhD
Professional Leader: István Marton PhD
Project Financial Manager: Gábor Hegyi


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