2018 Summer School Baja, Hungary
The need for climate and flood risk resiliency has induced changes in water policies in Europe and thus new challenges in water resources management are arising. Integrated approach and basin-scale, cross-border harmonized water management policies must prevail, and in order to achieve the basin-wide goals, attitudes towards floods and droughts have to be changed.
The Summer school consists of classroom lectures, field measurements and processing of measurement results, including theory and practice of catchment hydrology processes from small to large scale, the investigation of runoff from the watershed. Participants will have hands-on field experience in surveying river morphology and discharge as well.
Application deadline: May 5, 2018