On this page we have collected all the DRYvER releated presentations, including conference special sessions, standalone talks, etc.
On the 13th SEFS there was a DRYvER Special Session (SS14. Drying rivers in a time of global change) with convenors Rachel Stubbington, Thibault Datry, and Romain Sarremejane. There were 3 DRYvER-releated presentation at the event. The conference was held between 18-23 June 2023 in Newcastle Upon Tyne, England.
In 2023 the biannual Hungarian National Conference on Aquatic Macroinvertebrate Research was organized between 18-19 April in Tihany, Hungary. There were 8 DRYvER-releated oral presentations on the conference given by the members of the Department of Hydrobiology, University of Pécs.
A plenary presentation (The worsening climate problems of our streams: the effect of drying up on macroinvertebrate communities) was given by Zoltán Csabai at the Hungarian national conference, 8th Synzoological Symposium [8. Szünzoológiai Szimpózium], which was organized by The Hungarian Ecological Society and the The Balaton Limnological Research Institute. The conference was held betweet 31 March and 1 April in Tihany, Hungary.
The fourth JSMC was hosted by the Institut des Géosciences de l’Environnement in Grenoble on October 6 and 7, 2022. Two presentations were in connection with DRYvER. The program of the event can be found here.
Seven oral DRYvER-related presentations were given by UP at the Hungarian national conference, Hydrobiologist Days 2022.
The conference was held between 5-7 October 2022 in Tihany, Hungary. The program and abstract of the event can be viewed here (in Hungarian).
An oral presentation at the Hungarian national conference, Hungarian Conservation Biology Conference, was given by Zoltán Csabai about DRYRvER and dryings. The presentation was titled 'We're drying out! - The growing climate problems of our wetlands from a wildlife point of view.' Besides that, 6 DRYvER related posters were also presented.
Naiara López-Rojo gave a presentation on the preliminary results of DRYvER GHG emissions, entitled "Patterns and drivers of greenhouse gases emissions in European drying river networks."
This event joined the 2nd Meeting of the Iberian Ecological Society (SIBECOL), the XXI conference of the Iberian Association of Limnology (AIL), and the 21st National Congress of Ecology of the Portuguese Ecological Society (SPECO). It was held in Aveiro, Portugal between 3-8 July 2022.
The 11th Scientific Assembly of the International Association of Hydrological Sciences (IAHS 2022) took place in Montpellier (France) from 29 May to 3 June 2022, where one DRYvER presentation was given by INRAE.
Alltogether three DRYvER-related oral presentations were given by INRAE and FSU members at the EGU22, which was held at the Austria Center Vienna (ACV) in Vienna, Austria, from 23–27 May 2022. Links to the presentations' abstracts are here, here, and here.
The Hungarian National Conference on Aquatic Macroinvertebrate Research is held every two years. In 2021 it was organized between 18-19 November in Agárd (Gárdony), Hungary.
There were two DRYvER-themed oral presentations on the conference, both given by WP6 leader Zoltán Csabai.
An oral presentation in the Hungarian national conference, Hydrobiologist Days, was given by Zoltán Csabai about the DRYRivERS applicaton. The presentation was titled 'Trickling or drying out? - the DRYvER project and a new citizen science data collection initiative.'
The conference was held between 6-8 October 2021 in Tihany, Hungary. The schedule of the event can be viewed here (in Hungarian).
Association for the Sciences of Limnology and Oceanography (ASLO) held its meeting virtually June 22–27. A DRYvER special session (SS19 Securing biodiversity, functional integrity and ecosystem services in drying aquatic ecosystems) was organized on 24 June with 7 presentations.
Detailed schedule and abstracts of the talks can be found through this link.
SEFS12 ran as a Virtual Conference in July 25-30. The DRYvER special session (SS14 Securing and managing biodiversity, functional integrity and ecosystem services in drying river networks) included 20 talks which were presented in 4 paralel sessions.
The SFS 2021 Annual meeting was held virtually May 23-27, in which DRYvER was provided a special sesssion, titled S20: Securing biodiversity, functional integrity and ecosystem services in drying rivers, with 18 oral and 5 poster presentations.
The following link will redirect the reader to the detailed session schedule site of the SFS website. The DRYvER special session (S20) can be found under Wednesday AM sessions.
Oral presentation by Zoltán Csabai at the Hungarian General Directorate of Water Management (OVF) Water Quality Monitoring and Status Assessment Working Group (VIMÁCS) meeting on 17 May 2023 in Budapest titled "The effect of droughts on the communities of organisms: Some results and thoughts on biological aspects."
Oral presentation by Annika Vilmi at the European Diatom Meeting titled "Diatom diversity in drying river networks across Europe" on 2023.05.10 in Meise, Belgium.
An oral presentation, titled "Drying river networks, the case study of the Chico river, DRYVER project" was given by USFX members at the National Water Day in Sucre, Bolivia on 28 October 2022.
Two standalone presentations were given by MU members on 26 October 2022, one at the Department of Ecology, Charles University Prague (What intermittent stream brings and taking away alias Introduction to the terrestrial limnology), and one at the Department of Botany and Zoology, Masaryk University Brno (Benefits and shortcommings of intermittent stream alias premonition of the Czech streams future).
Datry T - DRYvER: securing biodiversity, ecological integrity and ecosystem services in drying river networks. Paris, France, 16 October 2021.
Csabai Z - Drying streams: what can we do? - Insight into the mysteries of the DRYvER project [Kiszáradó patakok: mit tehetünk? - Betekintés a DRYvER projekt rejtelmeibe - In Hungarian]. Pécs, Hungary, 24 September 2021.
Datry T - Securing biodiversity, ecological integrity & ecosystem services in drying river networks. BioDivClim kickoff and clustering meetings, online, 4-5 May 2021.