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Abstracts from members of Scientific Advisory Committee (per 6 November 2018)

Frank Wendland, Germany
Abstract #18
Agricultural nitrogen reduction requirement to reach groundwater and surface water quality targets in North Rhine-Westphalia (NRW), Germany

Frank Wendland, Germany

Abstract #19
Which time-lags in groundwater have to be taken into account before nutrient reduction measures show effects after implementation? Case study North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany

Marianne Bechmann, Norway
Abstract #52
Soil tillage effects on water quality in a cold climate

Falk Hilliges, Germany
Abstract #65
Opportunities and limits of official reporting data for scientific purposes in groundwater protection

Frank Coale, USA
Abstract #71
Three decades of effort to attain nutrient loading reduction goals in Chesapeake Bay, USA

Nicolas Surdyk, France
Abstract #78
Agri-drinking water indicators (ADWIs): Linkage between agricultural practice and good drinking water quality

Carl Bolster, USA

Abstract #87
Evaluating the potential for calculating the degree of P saturation from ammonium lactate extractable Al, Fe, and P

Thomas Harter, USA
Abstract #109
Nitrate contamination of groundwater from agriculture and other land uses in California’s Central Valley: An evolving regulatory landscape

Roland Stenger, New Zealand

Abstract #124
Utilising stream monitoring data to elucidate pathway-specific nutrient transfers in meso-scale catchments

Roland Stenger, New Zealand
Abstract #126
Critical Pathways: Unravelling sub-catchment scale nitrogen delivery to waterways

Ken Taylor, New Zealand
Abstract #132
New Zealand’s “Our Land and Water” National Science Challenge: Is it making a difference?

Phil Jordan, Great Britain
Abstract #137
Phosphorus transfers from soil to water: Linking concentration and flux to catchment carrying capacities

Phil Jordan, Great Britain
Abstract #139
Short rotation coppice willow for waste-water effluent irrigation: Experience and considerations for future assessment

Phil Jordan, Great Britain

Abstract #140
A catchment scale monitoring solution for MCPA: Time and space considerations

Dico Fraters, the Netherlands (member of Organising Committee LuWQ2019)
Abstract #142
Monitoring spring water quality to assess the changing impact of agricultural on the water environment: Case study from the loess region of the Netherlands

Claudia Heidecke, Germany
Abstract #160
The impact of agricultural production and policy on water quality during the dry year 2018

Maria Stenberg, Sweden
Abstract #175
A voluntary initiative for long-term changes in farmer attitude and behaviour

Berit Hasler, Denmark
Abstract #176
Cost-effective  implementation of agri-environmental schemes for nutrient abatement and climate mitigation: A case study in the Baltic Sea region

Piet Groenendijk, the Netherlands
Abstract #182
Review of measures to decrease nitrate pollution of drinking water

Martin Schönhart, Austria
Abstract #194
Effectiveness of management measures to reduce nitrogen loads from agriculture in temperate regions under climate change

Joachim Rozemeijer, the Netherlands
Abstract #195
Monitoring for a spatial targeting approach for nutrients

Joachim Rozemeijer, the Netherlands
Abstract #196
Climate variability effects on chemical and ecological quality of groundwater, lakes, rivers, and coastal waters in the Netherlands

Pavel Rosendorf, Czech Republic
Abstract #208
Regional, seasonal and inter-annual patterns of phosphorus and nitrogen runoff from agricultural watersheds in the Czech Republic after period of fertilization change

Miguel Quemada, Spain
Abstract #209
Crop residue cover estimates from satellite images

Gunnar Lischeid, Germany
Abstract #211
Artefacts and pitfalls in assessing land use effects on groundwater, stream and pond water quality

Lærke Thorling, Denmark
Abstract #214
Thirty years of national monitoring of groundwater and surface water in Denmark

Patricia Chambers, Canada
Abstract #217
Hydrological variability affects particulate nitrogen and phosphorus in streams of prairie Canada

Lærke Thorling, Denmark
Abstract #223
Representative monitoring of the impact of land use on groundwater quality

Jenny Deakin, Ireland
Abstract #227
From science to action – the Irish approach to improving water quality

Hans Peter Broers, the Netherlands
Abstract #245
Trends in age-dated groundwater: Analysing diffuse groundwater pollution in the Dutch Meuse River basin

Serge Brouyère, Belgium
Abstract #249
A combined stable isotope – pharmaceutical compounds approaches for the characterization of nitrate sources in groundwater

Natalie Phillips, Great Britain
Abstract #259
Investigating atmospheric and terrestrial excedances at GWDTEs and implications for regulation

Wibke Christel, Denmark
Abstract #271
“Targeting regulation”: The challenge of addressing varying nutrient reduction need in aquatic bodies, while maintaining equal regulatory constraints for farmers

Nicholas Howden, Great Britain
Abstract #274
Catchment water quality responses across scales and historical loading: How monitoring data may be both informative and misleading

Gitte Blicher-Mathiesen, Denmark
Abstract #275
A new targeted regulation of agriculture in Denmark

Chantal Gascuel-Odoux, France
Abstract #279
Science–policy interfaces on two cases: Drinking water and eutrophication, from French experience

Abstracts received from conveners of Special Session S1

Jan Vermaat, Norway
Abstract #31
Applying ecosystem services as a framework to analyze the possible effects of a green bio-economy shift on Nordic catchments

Eva Skarbøvik, Norway

Abstract #53
Setting reference conditions for nutrients in Nordic surface waters: Methodologies, levels, uncertainty and management implications

Brian Kronvang, Denmark (member of Organising Committee LuWQ2019)
Abstract #93
A conceptual mini-catchment typology for analyzing eutrophication risks in surface waters in the Nordic countries

Brian Kronvang, Denmark (member of Organising Committee LuWQ2019)
Abstract #94
A novel indicator-based approach to assess and plan for multifunctional land consolidation

DCE - Danish Centre for Environment and Energy, Aarhus University, Denmark  Department of Bioscience, Aarhus University, Denmark



Scientific sponsors and institutional supporters:

Institute of Bio- and Geosciences (IBG), Forschungszentrum Jülich, Germany     VMM, Flanders Environment Agency, Department Operational Water Management, Belgium



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