DE JONG Carmen

Full Professor (Dr.rer.nat., habil)

Caremen De JongLaboratoire image ville environnement
Faculté de géographie et d'aménagement
3 rue de l'Argonne - 67000 STRASBOURG
Bureau 314

Tél. +33 3 68 85 09 48

Email : carmen.dejong[at]live-cnrs.unistra.fr



Scientific Qualifications

2006 : French Qualification as Professor, CNU, section 23 (Geography), Paris.

2005Habilitation (2nd PhD, qualification for professorship) in Geography, Faculty of Mathematics and Natural Sciences, University of Bonn, Germany. Title: Floods and droughts: on water balance and sediment transport in mountain regions. Inauguration colloquium on "Geomorphological and ecological effects of dams in China and NE Africa”.

1993PhD (Dr. rer. nat.) Institute of Geographical Sciences, FU Berlin, Germany. Title: Temporal and spatial interactions between river bed roughness, geometry, bedload transport and flow hydraulics in mountain streams – examples from Squaw Creek (Montana, USA) and Lainbach / Schmiedlaine (Upper Bavaria, Germany). Awarded International "Lausanne" Prize of the IAHS-IAH (1994).

1989 : Master of Arts (M.A.) Honours Degree in Physical Geography, Geography Department, Aberdeen University, Scotland.

Scientific Career

since 2015 Full Professor, Faculty of Geography and Spatial Planning,
University of Strasbourg, France.
2006 - 2015 Professor, Mountain Centre, CISM, University of Savoie, France.
2007 - 2009 Director, UMS CNRS 3046 Montagne, University of Savoie, France.
2006 - 2009 Scientific Director, Mountain Institute, University of Savoie, France.
2002 - 2006 Lecturer / Project Work Package leader in Hydrology, GLOWA-IMPETUS (BMBF), Institute of Geography, University of Bonn, Germany.
2000 - 2002 Lecturer: Institute of Geoecology, University of Potsdam, Germany.
1998 - 2002

Researcher and Project leader: Habilitation scholarship of the DBU (German Environment Foundation). Institute of Geographical Sciences, FU Berlin (Free University of Berlin), Germany.

1995 Postdoctoral Researcher: scholarship of the DFG (German Research Council) and WSL (swiss federal institute for forest snow and landscape research), Birmensdorf, Suisse.
1994 Postdoctoral Researcher: scholarship of the DFG (German Research Council), Institute of Geography, ETH Zürich, Switzerland.
1994 Research assistant, PIK (Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact Research): Potsdam, Germany.
1991 - 1993 Doctoral scholar: scholarship, Studienstiftung des deutschen Volkes (German Academic Scholarship Foundation, scholarship awarded to exceptionally talented doctoral candidates in Germany), Institute of Geographical Sciences, FU Berlin, Germany.
1989 - 1990  Honorary Visiting, Research Assistant, Geography Department, University of Aberdeen, Scotland.

Invited Professor

2014 Institute of Advanced Sciences, Technical University of Munich (TUM, Germany)
since 2012 Institute of Architecture and Planning, University of Liechtenstein.
2005, 2006 Faculty of Geography and Spatial Planning, University of Strasbourg.

Prizes and Honours

2017 Best Paper Award of the Workshop on The Future of Winter Tourism, University of Lapland, Rovaniemi, Finland.
2011 Scholarship of the German Scholars Organisation for “Building Bridges – Outstanding Scientists for Germany- Outstanding Research in Germany”, Berlin. 100 German researchers working overseas selected.
1996

Habilitation scholarship of the German Environmental Foundation (DBU)

1994

Postdoctoral scholarship of the German Research Council (DFG)

1994 "Lausanne" Prize of the IAH-IAHS (5000 FrS) PhD in the field of Geology, Applied Geology, Hydrology and Hydrogeology.
1991

PhD scholarship of the Studienstiftung des deutschen Volkes (Foundation for Highly Gifted Students)

1986 Sixth Form Geography Prize, Dover College.

Research and Administrative Functions

International Level

Since 2014 Associate Editor, Interdisciplinary Climate Studies - Frontiers in Environmental Sciences (Nature Publishing Group)
Since 2016 Member of Scientific Committee, Journal Espace Géographique et Société Marocaine
2015

Member of Evaluation Committee. Water resources management and adaptation to Climate change, UNFCC, Nairobi Work Programme, COP21, Paris.

2011 - 2013

European Co-chair, Gordon Research Conferences, Catchment Sciences, Interactions between hydrology, biology and geochemistry. USA.

2011 - 2014

Steering Committee Member, European Dialogue Platform on adaptation to climate change and the water and energy nexus, European Water Partnership, Brussels.

2007 - 2009

President of Cryospheric Sciences at the EGU (European Geosciences Union)..

National Level

Since 2017 Faculty Member, Faculty of Geography and Spatial Planning, University of Strasbourg.
Since 2017

Member of Faculty Working Group for International Relations, Faculty of Geography and Spatial Planning, University of Strasbourg.

Since 2015 

Member of Hiring Committee at the Faculty of Geography and Spatial Planning, University of Strasbourg.

Since 2015

Member of the Working Group “Zone Atelier Environnementale Urbain / EMS”

2011-2013 

Member of the Faculty CISM (Interdisciplinary Scientific Mountain Sciences), University of Savoie

2007-2009

Director of the UMS CNRS 3046 Mixed Service Unit at the Mountain Institute, University of Savoie

2006-2009

Scientific Director, Mountain Institute, University of Savoie

Research

  • hydrological extremes (droughts and water scarcity as well as floods): adaptation and resilience
  • natural risks in mountains
  • evapotranspiration and forest hydrology
  • integrated water management in the face of climate and anthropogenic change (artificial snow, ski resorts, dams, urbanisation)
  • responsible development and the creation of eco-productive regions
  • stakeholders and their role at the interface between sciences and society

 Regions: mountains (Alps, Rockies, High Atlas, Anatolia), low mountains (Vosges, Harz), semi-arid (Mediterranean), arctic (Greenland)

International Research Projects (since 2006)

Period Programme Function Funding (€)

University of Strasbourg, LIVE

2016-17 Postdoctoral Contract,
University of Strasbourg
IDEX
Coordinator 48,000

University of Savoie, Mountain Institute

2008 - 10

Alpine Space Interreg                                            
Water Management Strategies against Water Scarcity in the Alps with 17 partners in 5 countries

Coordinator 3,9 Mill.
2008 - 10 Alpine Space Interreg
ClimAlpTour, Climate change and its impacts on tourism in the alpine, with 16 partners in 5 countries
oordinator 240,000
2009 FP7

ICT-ENSURE
Utilization of ICT for the sustainable development of natural resources

Sub-contractor 10,000
2009 EEA, (European Environmental Agency)
Impacts of climate change on water resources in the Alps
Sub-contractor 10,000
2008 EUFAR, SEASALT
(Signatures of evaporation of artificial snow
in the lower troposphere)
Participation  2,000
2007 MESR  Nr. 07A 7
"Climate Change Impacts on Snow- and Ice-derived Water Resources and Adaptation
Strategies in Mediterranean Mountain Regions” with 29 partners in 13 countries
Coordination and preparation of a FP7 project
15,000

Free University of Berlin, Institute of Geographical Sciences

1996-2002 DBU (Deutsche Bundestiftung Umwelt)
Regional Investigations of Water Balance and in particular Evaporation in the alpine Catchment of the Rhine: Dischma valley/Davos.
Coordinator 10,000
2000
FU Berlin
Pilot Project Regional Evaporation in High Mountains
Coordinator 5,000
1995  FU Berlin
Pilot Project “VERDI” (VERdunstung DIschma)
Evaporation in the Dischma Valley
Coordinator 5,000

Reviewing

  • Marie Sklodowska-Curie (European Commission)
  • FP7 (European Commission)
  • IPCC report 2012 “Managing the risks of extreme events and disasters to advance climate   change adaptation”.
  • ANR (French National Research Association)
  • MEDD (French Ministry for Environment and Sustainable Development)
  • BMBF (German Ministry for Education and Research)
  • Environmental Programme, Baden Württemberg
  • Austrian Academy of Sciences
  • Environment Programme of the Austrian National Bank
  • EUFAR (European Fleet for Airborne Research)
  • NERC (Natural Environmental Research Council)
  • Israel Science Foundation
  • IDNDR (International Decade for Natural Disaster Reduction)

Organisation of Conferences

2017 (with Alexis Metzger, Strasbourg) “Adaptation and Resilience to Droughts: Historical Perspectives in Europe and beyond”, University of Strasbourg, Strasbourg, France.
2014 (with Devendra Amatya, USDA Forest Service) “Evapotranspiration: Challenges in Measurement and Modeling from Leaf to the Landscape Scale and Beyond”, The American Society of Agricultural and Biological Engineers / USDA Forest Service, Raleigh, USA (160 participants).
2013 (with the chair, Thomas Bullen, USGS, USA) as European Co-chair “Catchment Sciences. Catchments Through the Looking Glass: From Microscopes to TelescopesGordon Research Conference: Catchment sciences, interactions between hydrology, biology and geology, Procter Academy, Andover, USA (150 participants).
2011 Member of the Steering Committee LISDAR (Liechtenstein congress for sustainable development and responsible investment), Univ. Liechtenstein (150 participants)
2008 Official Kick-off meeting of Alpine Space Interreg Project Alp-Water-Scarce: Water Management Strategies against Water Scarcity in the Alps (www.alpwaterscarce.eu). Alpine Space Interreg. (100 participants), SILA, Annecy
2004 (with Dr. Burkhardt, Bonn) International Conference on Integrated Water Resources Research and Management in Southern Morocco. IMPETUS project and ORMVAO, Ouarzazate, Morocco (100 participants).
2002 Hydrology during the International Year of the Mountains: from the Mountains to the floodplains, Hydrology Working Group of the Geographical Society of German Universities (GfE), Berlin, Germany.

Organisation of conference sessions

2014 (with Christian Reinboth, FH Wernigerode and Dr. Friedhart Knolle, NP Harz) The involvement of stakeholders in ski development and resource management in mountain environments, 20th International Symposium on Society and Resource Management, International Association for Society and Natural Resources, University of Hannover, Germany.
2014 Evapotranspiration and Sublimation in High Mountain Environments, International conference “Evapotranspiration: Challenges in Measurement and Modeling from Leaf to the Landscape Scale and Beyond”, The American Society of Agricultural and Biological Engineers / USDA Forest Service, Raleigh, USA.
2014 (with Dr. Guðfinna Aðalgeirsdóttir, Univ. of Iceland) CR1.1 Open Topics in Cryospheric Research, European Geosciences Union, Vienna, Austria.
2013 with Dr. Gudfinna Adalgeirsdottir, (Univ. of Iceland), CR 1. Open Topics in Cryospheric Research, European Geosciences Union, Vienna, Austria.
2012

- (with Dr. Beverley Wemple, Univ. of Vermont, USA), HS 5.9, Hydrological, ecological, geomorphic and economic implications of Mountain Resort Development. European Geosciences Union, Vienna, Austria.

- (with Dr. David Vaughan, British Antarctic Survey, UK) CR1.10. Open session Cryosphere, European Geosciences Union, Vienna, Austria.

2011

- (with Dr. David Vaughan, BAS, UK) CR1.10. Open session Cryosphere, European Geosciences Union, Vienna, Austri

- (with Dr. Daniel Viviroli, Univ. Berne, Suisse and Dr. Paula Allamano, Polytecnico Turin, Italy) HS2.12 Mountain Hydrology and Climatology: present state and future scenarios, European Geosciences Union, Vienna, Austria.

2010 - (with Dr. Daniel Viviroli, Berne, Suisse and Dr. Wouter Buytaert, Bristol, UK) HS4.13 Mountain Hydrology and Climatology: present state and future scenarios, European Geosciences Union, Vienna, Austria.
2009

- ICT for Sustainable use of natural resources. EnviroInfo 2009. Environmental Informatics and Industrial Environmental Protection: Concepts, Methods and Tools. 23rd International Conference on Informatics for Environmental Protection, University of Applied Sciences, Berlin, Germany. European Geosciences Union, Vienna, Austria.:

- CR11.1/EOS8 Education and Communications to Students, Government Officials and to the Public in Cryospheric Sciences.

- Presentation of the ML4 Louis Agassiz Medal Lecture to Dr. Eric W. Wolff.

- (with Prof. Marco Tedesco, New York, USA and Dr. Cynan Ellis-Evans, Cambridge, UK) Union Session - US4 « The cryosphere - for how much longer? »

- (with Dr. Daniel Viviroli, Berne, Suisse and Dr. Wouter Buytaert, Bristol, UK) CR8.1/HS13.05 Mountain Hydrology and Climatology: present state and future scenarios

- (with Dr. Meinhard Breiling, TU Vienna, Austria) Session CR 7.1 « Artificial Snow and Climate Change - ecological, hydrological and socio-economic assessment, 

2008

- Water in Mountains at the World Water Congress Meeting, IWRA (International Water Resources Association), Montpellier. Presented on TV France3. European Geosciences Union, Vienna, Austria 

- Presentation of the ML4 Louis Agassiz Medal Lecture (audience: > 650 people).

- (with Dr. Daniel Viviroli, Bern, Switzerland) Session CR14 « Mountain Hydrology, Climatology and Glaciology ».

- (with Dr. Luca Cetara, Bolzano, Italy and Dr. Christian Rixen, Birmensdorf, Switzerland) Session CR 11 Artificial Snow and Climate Change - physical, social and economic assessment.

- (with Marco Tedesco, New York, USA and Dr. Cynan Ellis Evan, Cambridge, UK) Session CR1 The International Polar Year 2007 – 2008.
2007

- (with Prof. Martin Beniston, Geneva, Switzerland and Dr. Mohamed Naaim, Grenoble, France) Session CR10 Mountain Climatology and Hydrology: present state and future scenarios. European Geosciences Union, Vienna, Austria.

- (with Prof. Andreas Schumann, Bochum, Germany) Session CR10 Instruments for transboundary watershed management. European Geosciences Union, Vienna, Austria.
2006 (with Prof. Damian Lawler, Birmingham, UK and Dr. Uli Strasser, Munich, Germany), Session CR9 Mountain Climatology and Hydrology: present state and future scenarios. European Geosciences Union.

2005

(with Dr. Gerhard Rappold, Berlin, Germany), HS14 Integrated Water Resources Assessment, European Geosciences Union, Vienna, Austria.

2005

(with Dr. Willi Hagg, Munich, Germany). CR 5 Mountain Climatology and Hydrology: present state and future scenarios. European Geosciences Union, Vienna, Austria.

2004

(with Dr. Corripio, Grenoble, France). CR 5 Mountain Waters: Hydrological and Climatic Sensitivity. European Geosciences Union, Nice.
2003 (with Dr. Armstrong, Boulder und Prof. McDonnell, Corvallis, USA). Session "Eco-hydrological and meteorological coupling in mountain areas". European Geophysical Society, Nice.
2002 (with Prof. Ranzi, Brescia, Italy) Session HSA4.02 Hydrological and Earth System Sciences: "Meteorological and Hydrological Coupling in Mountain Regions" with 40 speakers. European Geophysical Society, Nice, France. With co-sponsoring by Hydrological Sciences (EGS), Oceans and Atmosphere (EGS), International Association of Hydrological Sciences (IAHS), Mountain Research Initiative (MRI) and the International Year of the Mountains (IYM): National committees of Germany, Italy and France.
2001 (with Prof. Messerli, Bern, Switzerland) Session HSA5.02 Hydrology of surface processes: Water Balance of High Mountain Basins in Atmospherical and Hydrological Sciences. European Geophysical Society, Nice.
1993 (with Prof. Ergenzinger). Special symposium on "River Bed Geometry and Adjustment", 3rd International Geomorphology Conference, Hamilton, Canada.

Chair / Rapporteur

2017 Round Table Learning from historical adaptation and resilience to droughts – where do we go from know? Adaptation and Resilience to Droughts: Historical Perspectives in Europe and beyond, University of Strasbourg, Strasbourg, France
2015 Round Table, Tsunami, snow avalanche and flash flood energy dissipation, ENSA Lyon and Tohoku University, Japan, in Lyon, France.
2014 (with Jun Ishimoto) Hydrodynamics and Mitigation devices, Tsunami, snow avalanche and flash flood energy dissipation, ENSA Lyon and Tohoku University, Japan, in Chamonix.
2014 Session 6, The involvement of stakeholders in ski development and resource management in mountain environments, 20th International Symposium on Society and Resource Management, International Association for Society and Natural Resources, Hannover, Germany.
2014 Round Tables I and II: Regions of the Future: new spatial concepts for our region, Green Summit, University of Liechtenstein, Vaduz, Liechtenstein.
2014

International Conference “Evapotranspiration: Challenges in Measurement and Modeling from Leaf to the Landscape Scale and Beyond”, The American Society of Agricultural and Biological Engineers and USDA Forest Service, Raleigh, USA.

- Session 2, Evapotranspiration and Sublimation in High Mountain Environments,

- Plenary session 1 with 2 keynotes (lignocellulosic bioenegry in a water-limited world and evapotranspiration estimation).

- Wrap-up Session (Conclusions).

 

2013 (Co-Chair) The Role of Climate Change in Catchment Research: Clear or Cloudy? Gordon Research Conferences, Lewiston, USA.co-présidence)
2012

- (co-convenor) Session CR1.10 Open Topics in Cryospheric Research, European Geosciences Union, Vienna, Austria.

- (co-convenor) Session HS 5.9, Hydrological, ecological, geomorphic and economic implications of Mountain Resort Development. European Geosciences Union, Vienna, Austria.

2011

(rapporteur), Forest Working Group, conclusions in the frame of the conference on Prediction in Ungauged Basins, AISH, Canmore, Canada.

2011

- (co-convenor) Session CR1.10 Open Topics in Cryospheric Research, European Geosciences Union, Vienna, Austria.

- (co-convenor) Session HS2.12 Mountain hydrology: Observations, processes and models, European Geosciences Union, Vienna, Austria.

2010

Working Groupe “Soil as a resource of renewable development for the sustainable development of natural resources” at the conference “Liechtenstein Congress for Sustainable Development and Responsible Investing », Vaduz, Liechtenstein.
2009

- Union Session The cryosphere - for how much longer? European Geosciences Union, Vienna, Austria.

- Session CR11.1/EOS8 Education and Communications to Students, Government Officials and to the Public in Cryospheric Sciences, European Geosciences Union, Vienna, Austria.

2008

Session CR 11 Artificial Snow and Climate Change - physical, social and economic assessment, European Geosciences Union, Vienna, Austria.

2008

Global Change and sustainable development in mountain regions. COST Strategic conferences. Chair of the first session, Innsbruck, Austria.

2006

Session CR9 des Sciences de la Cryosphere: "Mountain waters: Hydrologic and climatologic sensitivity" European Geosciences Union, Nice, France.

2004

Session CR5 Sciences de la Cryosphère: "Mountain waters: Hydrologic and climatologic sensitivity" European Geosiences Union, Nice, France.

2003

Plenary Session at the International Conference on Integrated Watershed Management: Water Resources for the Future, FAO, Porto Cervo, Sardinia, Italy.

2003

Session CR5 des Sciences de la Cryosphere: " Eco-hydrological and meteorological coupling in mountain regions ". European Geosciences Union and American Geophysical Union, Nice, France.
2002 Groupe de travail "Innovative approaches to effective watershed management with special focus on economic and social considerations" pour le Workshop Preparing the next generation of watershed management programmes de la FAO and the l’EOMF, Megève, France.
2002 Session "Hydrological Modelling" Hydrology during the International Year of the Mountains: from the Mountains to the Floodplains Hydrology Working Group, Geographical Society, Berlin, Germany.
2002 Session HSA4.02 Hydrological and Earth System Sciences: "Meteorological and hydrological coupling in mountain regions". European Geophysical Society, Nice, France.
2001 Session HSA5.02 Hydrology of surface processes: Water Balance of High Mountain Basins in Atmospherical and Hydrological Sciences. European Geophysical Society, Nice, France.

1997

Session 15 “Environmental Impacts of Sediment Movement”, Working Goup “Morphological Dynamics” of GESINUS (German-Sino Unsteady Sediment Transport Research Group, Institute of Hydraulics and Electrical Engineering, University of Wuhan, Wuhan, China. (Financed by the VW Foundation).
1993 Theme "Floodplains and Lake Sediments" at the International Symposium on Variability in Stream Erosion and Sediment Transport IAHS, Canberra, Australia.

Teaching

University of Strasbourg

Faculty of Geography and Spatial Planning since 2015

License (CM (lecture), CI, TD (practical work) and field course))

L1        Geomorphology Geography
L2                  Regional Hydrology Geography
L2                Normalities and extremes (risk systems) Geography
L3 Hydrology (fluvial dynamics) Geography
L3 Hydro-climatology Geography

Master (CM, TD et stage terrain)

M1             Dynamics of the water cycle in a river basin GE
M1                Hydrological Risks GE
M1 Actors and the Environment GE
M2               English for Geographers GE/OTG

GE = Environmental Geography

OTG = Earth Observation and Geomatics


2005 - 2006    

M1       Ruptures and discontinuities in Geomorphology
M1           Epistemological position of Geography within the other sciences

Thesis Committees

PhD Level

2017    van den Bergh, T. (The influence of climate and vegetation on the water balance of montane and alpine ecosystems), University of Basel, Switzerland (Rapporteur)

2009 - Thenard, Lucas (Torrents and flooding in the Guisane Valley),, Faculty of Geography and Management, University of Lille 1, France (Rapporteur) (Fr)

2006 - Garitte, Gilles (The torrents of the Clarée Valley - Evolution, dynamics and associated risks), Faculty of Geography and Management, University of Lille 1, France (Rapporteur) (Fr)

Trainees

 

Master Level

University of Strasbourg (France) - Faculty of Geography and Spatial Management

2017 - Lotti, J. (Elaboration of a methodology for determining the “espace de liberté” (room for the river) for water courses in Luxembourg in order to attain a “good state” as prescribed by the EFW).

2017 - Pinto, D. (A study of the hydrological conditions and climate change in low mountains: ski runs and natural sites) (Fr)

2017 - Raus, M. (The exposure of the commune of Mondorf-les-Bains to flood risk and an analysis of its risk perception) (Fr)

2017 - Burguin, R. (Climate and anthropogenic impacts on the dynamics of the groundwater in Alsace)

2016 - Desplanches, Mathilde (Reconciling water use under the impact of extreme low flows in the River Drôme) (Fr)

2016 - Xu, Yue (Managing flood risk under the impact of urbanisation in China – the example of the city of Shaoxing) (Fr)


 

ENGEES, Strasbourg (France)

2016 - Madec, Camille (Etude hydrologique et hydraulique de l'Azergues et de ses affluents – Rhône)

2016 - Palmeri Devavire, Léa (Modélisation du débordement de l'étang de Berre en cas d’événements météorologiques forts).

2016 - Dewitte, Manon (Modélisation du réseau hydrographique du Rhin Tortu dans le cadre de l'étude de l'augmentation de Capacité de Vidange du Polder d'Erstein (ACVP).)

2016 - Vacelet, Alice (Etude de crues extrêmes sur les bassins versants Pyrénéens par la méthode SCHADEX Express) (Rapporteur)

ENGEES / Université de Strasbourg

 2016 - Mahe, Aurore (Détermination d’indicateurs physiologiques pour la régionalisation d’un paramètre d’un modèle hydrologique Etude sur le territoire métropolitain français).

Université de de la Montagne, Edolo (Italy)

2013 - Carletti, Gloria (Impacts de la neige artificielle sur les sols de montagne)

Strate College of Industrial Design, Paris (France)

2010 - Aubert, Charles (Relations entre l’homme et l’eau – des exemples alpins), Sèvres, Paris.

Université de Savoie, Chambéry (France)

2009 - Lacroix, Philippe Marie (Relations between water abstraction and water availability in the Alps: case studies of three tourist resorts in Savoie and Upper Savoie and the impacts of mass tourism), ENTPE, Lyon.

2009 - Chenut, Julia (The mobilisation of local stakeholders in the context of the European projects and transnational cooperation. The example of the Stakeholder Interaction Forum in the Alp-Water-Scarce project), Faculty of Geography and History, University of Lyon 2

2009 - Hodeau, Mélanie (Hydrological analyses of catchments in the northern French Alps - methodology and application in the Morel catchmentl), University of Limoges.

2008 - Chochon, Marie-Eulalie (Impacts of water reservoirs for artificial snow production on agriculture), ESITPA, Rouen.

2008 - Barth, Thierry (Hydrological modelling of artificial snow), University of Savoie.

2007 - Cortes, Amandine (The social perception of flood risk in the catchment of the Upper Rhône), University of Sorbonne, Paris.

2007 - Loan, Phuong Hong (Karst hydrological modelling with MIKE-She of the catchment of Lake Bourget - Climasilac II)) Mountain Institute and Sogreah.

2007 - Cottet-Puinel, Mélanie (Integrated approach for analysing the impacts of climate change on the hydrological cycle of the Ire - catchment of Lake Annecy) Mountain Institute and University of Provence

 

 

Bachelor’s / Diploma Level

(dissertation)

2019 Ostfeld, Jessica "Impacts of Climate Change and Irrigation on Groundwater-fed streams in the Grand Ried"  Wellesley College, USA.
Vidéo : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ppFoVTxBcIM&feature=youtu.be

University of Bristol, University of Leeds, UK

University of Osnabrück, University of Passau, School of Applied Sciences Mittweida, TU Dortmund, Germany

Publications

Edited Books

2016 (Eds) Amatya, D., Williams, T., Bren, L. and de Jong, C. Forest Hydrology, Processes, Management and Assessment, CABI, pp. 294.
2005 de Jong, C., Collins, D. and Ranzi, R. Climate and Hydrology in Mountain Areas. John Wiley and Sons, pp. 384.
1995 de Jong, C. Temporal and Spatial Interactions between Riverbed geometry, roughness, bedload transport and flow hydraulics in mountain streams: examples from Squaw Creek (Montana, USA) uad Lainbach/Schmiedlaine (Upper Bavaria, Germany). Berliner Geographische Abhandlungen. 59. ISBN. 3-88009-060-2, pp. 229 (IAH-IAHS Lausanne Prize 1994).

Special Issues

2009 de Jong, C, Essery, R and Lawler, D. (2009) Mountain Hydroclimatology and Snow Seasonality, Hydrological Processes Vol 23 (7). p. 955 – 1103.
2005-1 Corripio, J. and de Jong, C. Mountain Waters: Climate and hydrological sensitivity. Hydrology and Earth System Sciences, Vol. 8:6, p. 1015 - 1089.
2005-2 de Jong, C, Whelan, F. and Messerli, B. Water balance of high mountain basins. Hydrological Processes. Vol. 19 (12), p. 2323-2449.


Book Chapters

2016-1 de Jong, C. European perspectives on forest hydrology. (Eds) Amatya, D., Williams, T., Bren, L. and de Jong, C. Forest Hydrology: Processes, Management and Assessment CABI, p. 69 – 87.
2016-2 Williams, T.M., Amatya, D.M., Bren, L., de Jong, C. and Nettles, J.E. Future Directions in Forest Hydrology. (Eds) Amatya, D., Williams, T., Bren, L. and de Jong, C. Forest Hydrology: Processes, Management and Assessment, CABI, p. 270 – 279
2016-3 de Jong, C. Water Struggles in Lusatia (Wasserkämpfe in der Lausitz). (Eds): Droege, P and Radzi, A. Lusatia in Transition – Visions for a region (Lausitz im Wandel – Visionen einer Region), p. 10 – 11. University of Liechtenstein.
2016-4 Ergenzinger, P. and de Jong, C. Responsible management of alpine rivers: The Arly basin / Savoie, France. Wieprecht, S. Haun, S. Weber, K., Noack, M., Terheiden, K. River Sedimentation: Proceedings of the 13th International Symposium on River Sedimentation, pp. 8.
2014-1 de Jong, C., Previtali, F., Carletti, G. Challenges in Assessing and Managing Geo-hydrological Risk related to Natural and Anthropogenic Pressures in Alpine Ski Resorts. Engineering Geology for Society and Territory, (Eds) Lollino, G., Manconi, A, Clague, J., Shan, W.and Chiarle, M., Vol. 5, IAEG XII CONGRESS, Torino, Springer, p. 781 -785.
2014-2 de Jong, C., Carletti, G and Previtali, F., Assessing Impacts of Climate Change, Ski Slope, Snow and Hydraulic Engineering on Slope Stability in Ski Resorts in the French and Italian Alps, Engineering Geology for Society and Territory, (Eds) Lollino, G., Manconi, A, Clague, J., Shan, W. and Chiarle, M., Vol. 1 IAEG XII CONGRESS, Torino, Springer, p. 51 – 57.
2014-3 de Jong, C., A White Decay of Winter Tourism. Climate Change Adaptation Manual. Lessons learned from European and other industrialized countries, (Eds) Prutsch, A., McCallum, S., rothmann, T., Swart, R. and Schauser, I. Routledge, p. 226 – 233.
2013-1 Whitfield, P.H., R.D. Moore, K. Shook, C. Spence, S. Boon, R. Woods, C. de Jong, T. Link, D. Garen, J. Kiang, D.A. Hughes, I.G. Littlewood, J. McPhee, and A. Gupta. (2013). Summary and Synthesis of Workshop Breakout Group Discussions. In: Putting Prediction in Ungauged Basins into Practice. eds. J.W. Pomeroy, P.H. Whitfield and C. Spence. Canadian Water Resources Association. 271-304.
2012-1 de Jong, C., Gurer, I., Rimmer, A., Shaban, A. and Williams, M. (2012) Climate and Hydrology. Ch. 5, Mediterranean Mountain Environments. (ed. Vogiatzakis, I), J. Wiley and Sons, p. 87 – 113.
2011-1 de Jong, C. (2011) Artificial Production of Snow (première création de cette section après mes travaux), Encyclopédie de la neige, la glace et les glaciers (Eds. Haritashya, U.K. Singh, P. and Singh, V.P). Earth Sciences Series, Springer, p. 61 – 66.
2008-1 de Jong, C. Savoy – balancing water demand and water supply under increasing climate change pressures (France). Regional Climate Change and Adaptation. The Alps facing the challenge of changing water resources. Report N. 8, ISSN 1725-9177. Copenhagen. European Environmental Agency (EEA), p. 81 – 84.
2008-2 de Jong C, Masure P., and T. Barth. Challenges of alpine catchment management under changing climatic and anthropogenic pressures. iEMSs 2008: International Congress on Environmental Modelling and Software, Integrating Sciences and Information Technology for Environmental Assessment and Decision Making, 4th Biennial Meeting of iEMSs, M. Sànchez-Marrè, J. Béjar, J. Comas, A. Rizzoli et G. Guariso (Eds.), International Environmental Modelling and Software Society (iEMSs), p.694- 702.
2007-1 de Jong, C. Impounded rivers: aridification and geomorphological risks. Reducing the Vulnerability of Societies to Water Related Risks at the Basin Scale. Proceedings of the third International Symposium on Integrated water Resources Management, Bochum, Germany, September 2006. IAHS Publ. 317, 2007, p. 123-129.
2006-1 de Jong, C., Makroum, K. and Leavesley, G. Developing an oasis-based irrigation management tool for a large semi-arid mountainous catchment in Morocco. Bridging the gaps between design and use: developing appropriate tools for environmental management and policy. (Eds) Voinov, A.. Transactions of the 3nd Biennial Meeting of the International Environmental Modelling and Software Society, IEMSS, Burlington, USA.
2005-1 de Jong, C., Machauer, R., Leavesley, G., Cappy, S. Poete, P., and Schulz, O. Integrated hydrological modelling concepts for a peripheral mountainous semi-arid basin in southern Morocco. EU proceedings. "Geomatics for Land and Water management: achievements and challenges in the Euromed context". (Eds) Paracchini, M.L. & Escadafal,R.
2005-2 de Jong, C., Mundelius, M., Migala, K. Comparison of evapotranspiration and condensation measurements between the Giant Mountains and the Alps. (Eds.) de Jong, C., Collins, D and Ranzi, R. Climate and Hydrology in Mountain Areas. J. Wiley & Sons. p. 161 - 184.
2005-3 de Jong, C., Ergenzinger, P., Borufka, M, Dresen, M. Köcher, A. Geomorphological zoning: an improvement to coupling hydrology and meteorology? (Eds.) de Jong, C., Collins, D and Ranzi, R. Climate and Hydrology in Mountain Areas. J. Wiley and Sons. p. 247 - 260.
2004-1 de Jong, C. Machauer, C., Reichert, B., Cappy, S, Viger, R., Leavesley, G, An integrated geomorphological and hydrogeological MMS modeling framework for a semi- arid mountain basin in the High Atlas, southern Morocco. Pahl-Wöstl, C., Schmidt, S., Rizzoli, A.E. and Jakeman, A.J.(eds), Complexity and Integrated Resources Management, Trans. of the 2nd Biennial Meeting of the International Environmental Modelling and Software Society, iEMSs: Manno, Switzerland, ISBN 88-900787-1-5, p. 736- 741.
2004-2 Ergenzinger, P., de Jong, C. Perspectives on bedload measurement. Erosion and Sediment Transport Measurement: Technological and Methodological Advances, In J.Bogen, Fergus, T.& Walling, D. (eds). International Association of Hydrological Sciences Publication. 283, p. 113-126.
1998-1 de Jong, C., Ergenzinger, P., Dynamic roughness, sediment transport and flow structures in a mountain stream. P.C. Klingeman, R.L. Beschta, P.D. Komar, J.B. Bradley (Eds), Gravel-bed Rivers in the Environment. Water Resources Publications, Colorado, pp. 39-60.
1996-1 Ergenzinger, P., de Jong, C. Linking hydraulics, bedload transport and river bed adjustment with the conceptual FAST model. Coherent flow structures in open channels. P. J. Ashworth, S. J. Bennett, J. L. Best et S. J. McLelland. Chichester, John Wiley and Sons: 655-680.
1996-2 de Jong, C., Ergenzinger, P. Spatial variations of daily evaporation rates in a high alpine valley. Ecohydrology of High Mountain Areas, (eds). Chalise, S.R., Hermann, A., Lang, H., Molnar, L., Khanal, N.R.), ICIMOD Publication, Kathmandu, p. 235-243.
1995-1 de Jong, C., Ergenzinger, P. Interrelations between mountain valley form and river bed arrangement. (Ed) O. Hickin, River Geomorphology, J. Wiley & Sons, Ch.4, p.55-91. 1994-1: Ergenzinger, P. de Jong, C, Laronne, J., Reid, I. Short term temporal variations in bedload transport rates: Squaw Creek, Montana, and Nahal Yattir, and Nahal Eschtemoa, Israel. In P. Ergenzinger & K. Schmidt (Ed.), Dynamics and Geomorphology of Mountain Rivers, Benediktbeuern: Springer Verlag, p. 252-264.
1994-1 Ergenzinger, P., de Jong, C., Christaller, G. Interrelationships between bedload transfer and river bed adjustment in mountain rivers. In M. Kirkby (Ed.), Process Models and Theoretical Geomorphology, Leeds: J.Wiley & Sons, p.141-158.
1994-2 Diepenbroek, M., de Jong, C. Quantification of textural particle characteristics by image analysis - examples from active and paleo-surfaces in steep, coarse-grained mountain environments. In P. Ergenzinger & K. Schmidt (Ed.), Dynamics and Geomorphology of Mountain Rivers, Benediktbeuern: Springer Verlag, p. 301-314.
1994-3 de Jong, C., Ergenzinger, P. Interpreting the temporal and spatial dynamics of bedload transport phases according to F.A.S.T. (Fluid And Sediment Transfer). Variability in Stream Erosion and Sediment Transport. (Ed.) Olive, L. Canberra: AIHS- IAHS Publication, V. 224, p.25-31.
1994-4 de Jong, C. The significance of extreme events in the development of mountain river beds. Variability in Stream Erosion and Sediment Transport. (Ed.) Olive, L, J., Loughran, R.J., & Kesby, J.A.: AIHS-IAHS Publication., p. 13-24.
1992-1 Ergenzinger, P., Reid, I., Laronne, J. B., de Jong, C. Short term temporal variations in the spatial pattern of bedload transport rate : Squaw Creek, Montana, USA and Nahal Yattir & Eshtemoa, Israel. In J. Bogen, (Ed.), Erosion and Sediment Transport Monitoring Programmes in River Basins. AIHS - IAHS Publication. p. 77-81.
1992-2 de Jong, C. Measuring changes in micro and macro roughness on mobile gravel beds. In J. Bogen, D. E. Walling, & T. Day (Ed.), Erosion and Sediment Transport Monitoring Programmes in River Basins, International AIHS-IAHS Publication, Publ. No. 210, pp. 31-40.
1992-3 de Jong, C. The dynamics of a catastrophic flood/multiple debris flow in the Schmiedlaine, S. Germany. In D. E. Walling, T. R. Davies, & B. Hasholt (Eds.), Erosion, Debris Flows and Environment in Mountain Regions, International Association of Hydrological Sciences Publication, Publ. No. 209, p. 237-245.
1992-4 de Jong, C. Discussion on: Microform roughness elements and the selective entrainment and entrapment of particles in gravel-bed rivers. In R.D. Hey, P. Billi, C.R. Thorne, P. Tacconi. (Eds.), Dynamics of Gravel Bed Rivers. Florence: J. Wiley and Sons, p. 267-272.


Peer-reviewed Journals

2015-1 de Jong, C. Challenges for Mountain Hydrology in the Third Millennium. Frontiers in Environmental Sciences. Nature Publishing Group, V. 3:38, pp. 13.
2013-1 de Jong, C. Linking ICT and Society in Early Warning and Adaptation to Hydrological Extremes in Mountains. Natural Hazards and Earth System Sciences. Vol. 13, p. 2253 – 2270.
2009-1 de Jong, C. and Schoeneich, P. (2009). Changes in the Alpine environment, How will the Alpine environment be tomorrow and for what activities? Journal of Alpine Research, Vol 96, 4. p. 65-76.
2009-2 de Jong, C., Lawler, D. and Essery, R. Mountain Hydroclimatology and Snow Seasonality - Perspectives on climate impacts, snow seasonality and hydrological change in mountain environments Mountain Hydroclimatology and Snow Seasonality, Specioal Issue of  Hydrological Processes, Vol 23 (7), p 955-961.
2008-1 de Jong, C., Cappy, S., M. Finckh and Funk, D. A transdisciplinary analysis of water problems in the mountainous karst areas of Morocco, Numéro spécial, “Engineering and environmental problems in karst, Natural and Anthropogenic Hazards in Karst Areas ” (Eds) Parise, M. and De Waele, J. Engineering Geology, Vol 99, Issue 3-4, p. 228-238.
2005-1 de Jong, C., Whelan, F., Messerli, B. The importance of a hydrological research framework for water balance studies in high mountain basins: Special Issue, Mountain Hydrology in Hydrological Processes, Vol 19:12, p. 2323-2328.
2005-2 de Jong, C. The contribution of condensation to the water cycle under mountain conditions. Special Issue, Mountain Hydrology in Hydrological Processes, Vol 19:12, p. 2419-2435.
2005-3 Schulz, O., de Jong, C. Snowmelt and sublimation - Field experiments and modeling in the High Atlas Mountains of Morocco, Hydrology and Earth System Sciences. Vol. 8:6, p. 1076 - 1089.
2002-1 de Jong, C., List, F.K., Ergenzinger, P.J Experimental hydrological analyses in the Dischma based on daily and seasonal measurements of evaporation. Nordic Hydrology. Vol. 32 (5), p. 1-14.
2001-1 Ergenzinger, P., de Jong, C. (), The dichotomy of actual torrent catchments: Is there an alpine disease? Intern. Journal of Sediment Research, Vol. 16, p 2170-176.
1999-1 Batalla, R., de Jong, C., Ergenzinger, P., Sala, M., Field observations on hyperconcentrated flows in mountain torrents. Earth Surface Processes and Landforms, Vol 24, p.247-253.
1998-1 de Jong, C. Tracing flood flows using sedimentary indicators. Numéro spécial de Morphological Dynamics and Unsteady Sediment Transport, IRTCES, Intern. Journal of Sediment Research, Vol.12, No. 3, p. 413-421.
1998-2 de Jong, C., P. Ergenzinger. On the nature of temporal and spatial variations in bedload transport. Zeitschrift für Geomorphologie Suppl. Vol 112, p. 29-54.
1997-1 Ergenzinger, P., de Jong, C. River bed dynamics and bed sediment transport in mountain torrents. Special Issue of Morphological Dynamics and Unsteady Sediment Transport. IRTCES Intern. Journal of Sediment Research, Vol.12, No. 3, p. 80-92.
1994-1 de Jong, C. Using the K3 roughness coefficient for measuring the temporal and spatial variability of roughness on river beds. Intern. Journal of Sediment Research Vol 9, issue 3, Peking, IRTCES, p.57-64.
1992-1 de Jong, C. Thresholds for channel change on two contrasting proglacial river fans, West Greenland. Geografiska Annaler, Vol 74 A(1), p. 1-12.
1991-1 de Jong, C. A re-appraisal of the significance of obstacle clasts in cluster bedform dispersal. Earth Surface Processes & Landforms, Vol 16(8), p. 737-744.
1990-1 Russell, A. J., Aitken, J. F., de Jong, C. Observations on the drainage of an ice- Dammed lake in West Greenland. Journal of Glaciology, Vol 36 (122), p. 72-74.
1988-1 Russell, A. J., de Jong, C. Lake drainage mechanisms for the ice-dammed "Oberer Russellsee", Söndre Strömfjord, West Greenland. Zeitschrift für Gletscherkunde und Glazialgeologie, Vol 24, issue 2 , p. 143-147.

 

Conference Proceedings

2017-1 de Jong, C. and Pinto, D. Environmental impacts of artificial snow and snow grooming on ski runs in the Alps and Black Forest, 3rd International Symposium on “Physics, Chemistry and Mechanics of Snow”, Yuzhno Sakhalinsk, pp. 5.
2017-2 de Jong, C. Environmental Impacts of Winter Sport Resorts: Where do we go from now? The Future of Winter Tourism, University of Lapland, Rovaniemi, Finland, pp. 86-106.
2012-1 de Jong, C. Managing Biodiversity of Tourism and Winter Sports Resorts in an Era of Global Change 1st Winter Summit at the Anatolian Summit (WISAS), “Collaborative Projects on Tourism, Sports, Bio-Diversity and Global Changes” Conference, Eurasian Silk Road Universities Consortium (ESCRUC) Atatürk University Publications, (Eds) Tüzemen, S. et Güllüce, A., C.), Erzurum, Turquie, p. 65 – 80.
2012-2 de Jong, C. Environmental Change and Winter Sports: Lessons learned from the Alps. 11th FISU Forum, University Sport: a Platform for Sustainable Development, Taipei City. FISU: p. 174 –181.
2009-1 de Jong, C. Ecological environmental change and winter sports: lessons learned from the Alps, perspectives for China. Winter Universide Sport Science Conference (ed) Feng Di, Harbin Engineering University.
2009-2 de Jong, C. Climate neutral land use and nutrition (food production). Pilot Study “Climate Neutral Alpine Region by 2050”, Alpine Convention and Bavarian Ministry of the Environment, p. 21.
2009-3 de Jong, C. The economic impacts of climate change (published in Italian), +Su (plus haut), Mountains: for a future at altitude, Internationale conference, Turin, Italy. UNCEM Piemont Delegation, p. 61-73.
2009-4 de Jong, C. Ecological environmental change and winter sports: lessons learned from the Alps, prospective for China. Winter Universiade Sport Science Conference (ed. Feng D.) Harbin Engineering University, Chine, p. 19-32.

 

Policy Reports

2013-1 de Jong, C. Aspects-clefs du développement touristique dans les montagnes de Harz (Touristische Schwerpunkte im Harz). Rapport, Parlement de Sachsen-Anhalt, Allemagne, pp. 8.
2013-2 de Jong, C. Detailed Scientific Opinion for the Bavarian Federation for Nature Protection, the German Alpine Club and the Association for the Protection of Mountains, on detailed aspects of the report “Study of environmental impacts of the extension of artificial snow with water, the extension of the ski runs, and the construction of the ski run Waldkopf in the ski resort Sudelfeld”, of 2011 by the AGL, Report, pp. 30.
2009-1 de Jong, C. Climate neutral land use and nutrition (food production). Pilot Study “Climate Neutral Alpine Region by 2050”, Alpine Convention and e Bavarian State Ministry of the Environment, Public Health and Consumer Protection, pp. 21.

 

Journals for General Public

2017 Co-author of “Solstice in Winter Tourism”, CIPRA Position Paper, pp. 5.
2015 de Jong, C. L’eau aux Entremonts, de plus en plus erratique. Le petit écho des Entremonts, V. 77, p .10-11.
2013-1 de Jong, C. (Über)nutzung von Wasser in den Alpen ((Sur)utilisation de l’eau dans les alpes). Jahrbuch des Vereins zum Schutz der Bergwelt. Vol 78/79, 2012/2013.
2012-1 de Jong, C., Reinboth, C and Knolle, F. Auswirkung von Klimawandel und künstlicher Beschneiung auf Wurmberg und Winterberg (Impacts of climate change and artificial snow in the Wurmberg and Winterberg) (in German), Report, BUND (Association for Nature Protection) Goslar, pp. 20.
2012-2 de Jong, C. Artificial Snow and Winter Sports. Environmental Change and Winter Sports : Lessons learned from the Alps. University Sports Magazine, V. 83, p; 72 – 79.
2012-3 de Jong, C. Zum Management der Biodiversität von Tourismus- und Wintersportgebieten in einer Ära des globalen Wandels (On the management of biodiveristy of tourism and winter sport regions in an era of global change), Jahrbuch des Vereins zum Schutz der Bergwelt (München), 76./77. 2011/2012, p. 131 – 168.
2012-4 de Jong, C. A behavioural Disorder, European Science and Technology, Vol 15, p. 166 – 167.
2012-5 de Jong, C. Impacts du changement global sur l’eau en montagne karstique. Le P’tit Echo des Entremonts, Vol. 70., p. 38.
2012-6 de Jong, C. and Biedler, M. Shadow of a Drought. European Science and Technology, Vol 14, p. 208- 209.

2011-1

de Jong, C. Gestion quantitative de l’eau et préservation des milieux aquatiques et des espèces associés (Quantitative Water Management and preservation of aquatic environments and their associated species). Actes du 9ème colloque rivière. Frapna, Talloires, p. 18 – 19.

2011-2

de Jong, C. High Times. European Science and Technology, Vol 12, p. 271- 272.
2010-1 de Jong, C. La production artificielle de la neige (The production of artificial snow). Nature et Patrimoine, pp. 19-24.
2010-2 de Jong, C. Alps under Observation. Science and Technology, Vol 7, p. 166.
2010-3 de Jong, C. and Maurer, L. Naturally speaking. Science and Technology, Vol 5, p. 208-209.
2009-1 de Jong, C. A seasonal solution. Science and Technology, Vol 4, p. 234-235.
2009-2 de Jong, C. River Deep, Fountain High. Science and Technology, Vol 3, p. 143-145.
2009-3 de Jong, C. Missing Mountains. Science and Technology, Vol 3, p.1346-147.
2009-4 de Jong, C. What can the industry due to preserve the environment? The Appliance of Science. Environment Issues Winter Sports Technology International, Vol 1, p. 50-54.
2009-5 de Jong, C. ICT for Sustainable Use of Natural Resources. ICT-Ensure, FP7 project, TU Graz, pp. 54.
2008-1 de Jong C. Resource conflicts in mountain: source and solutions, Mountain Forum Bulletin Vol. 8 (1), p. 5-7.
2007-1 de Jong C. Melting mountains: focus on the European Alps and beyond, Mountain Forum Bulletin Vol. 7 (2), p. 8-10.

Talks

Colloquium (45 min)

Date

Place

Organisation

Conference Theme

Title

2017 Heidelberg, Germany University of Heidelberg Heidelberg Bridge, Heidelberg Centre for the Environment The role of society in the evaluation and resilience to hydrological extreme in the Upper Rhine and beyond
 

Rovaniemi, Finland

University of Lapland

The Future of Winter Sports

Environmental impacts of winter sport resorts: Where do we go from now? (received the Best Paper Award)

 

2016

 

Strasbourg, France

 

ENGEES

 

Jeudi Recherches (Research Thursdays)

What Role for Society in the Evaluation of and Resilience to Hydrological Extremes? Examples from the Upper Rhine and beyond

 

Gross-räschen Germany

University of Liechtenstein

 

Lusatia Design Studio

 

Water and Geography of the Lausitz

 

 

Lyon, France

ENSA Lyon, Tohoku Univ ; Japan

Tsunami, snow avalanche and flash flood energy dissipation

Keynote: Flood Resilient and Eco-productive Urban Design along the Rhine

2015

Casablanca Morocco

ESCRUC / Univ. Hassan II

6th Annual Convention of the Eurasian Silk Road Consortium

Self-sufficiency under Limited Resources in the High Atlas Mountains and Beyond

2014

Chamonix, France

ENSA Lyon, Tohoku Univ ; Japan

Tsunami, snow avalanche and flash flood energy dissipation

Keynote: The role of society in flood risk assessment and disaster reliance in mountains

 

 

Novo-sibirsk,

Russia

Russian Glacio-logical Associa-tion

 

 

Role of Snow and Ice for the Nature and Humanity

 

Influence of Artificial Snow on Summer and Winter Skiing under Climate and Societal Change

2013

Sakhalin

Russia

Russian Academy of Sciences

Physics, chemistry and mechanics of snow

Properties and impacts of artificial snow

 

Vaduz, Liechten-stein

University of Liechtenstein

Sustainable Development and Responsible Investing

Alpine spaces: challenges for a one-planet world

 

Vienna

Austria

Austrian Institute of Economic Research

Colloquium (External)

Hydrological and financial limits of winter tourism with artificial snow in the EU

 

Vienna

Austria

University of Vienna

Earth Science Colloquium /Austrian Geological Society

Risk evaluation for extreme natural disasters as a basis for adaptation strategies to future climate change

 

Hannover, Germany

University of Hannover

Colloquium Series Environmental Planning

Maladaptation to climate change in northern German mountains: the example of ski development and artificial snow construction at the Wurmberg, Harz National Park.

2012

Braun-schweig, Germany

TU Braunschweig

Colloquium Series Department of Geoecology

Maladaptation in the high North? Ski development at the Wurmberg despite climate change

 

Vaduz, Liechtenst.

University of Liechtenstein

Institute of Architecture and Planning

AlpCity -Mountains, Cities and the Rise of Eco-productive Regions

 

Torfhaus, Germany

Leibniz University of Hannover & Harz National Park

Management of natural resources and recreation in parks and protected areas

Impacts of climate change on artificial snow on the Wurmberg & Winterberg / Harz

 

Koblenz, Germany

Kisters

25 Years of WISKI User conference 2012

Keynote : Water-Management in Alpine Regions: Its Impact to the Society

 

Vaduz Liechtenst.

University of Liechtenstein

Sustainable Development and Responsible Investing

Keynote : What are eco-productive regions? The state of the Alps as example of a shift in values

 

Vienna, Austria

Technical University Wien

SNOW - Snow crystal development in an artificial cloud for snow manufacturing

Keynote : Available water for the winter skiing industry and future water scarcity due to climate change

 

Leuven, Belgium

University of Leuven

Tourism and Climate Change

Alpine Tourism and Climate Change in Practice

 

Erzurum,

Turkey

Ataturk University

ESCRUC

Collaborative projects on tourism, biodiversity and global change

Keynote : Managing Biodiversity of Tourism and Winter Sports Resorts in an Era of Global Change

2011

Vienna, Austria

BOKU Wien, Austria

Institute für Wasserwirtschaft, Hydrologieund konstruktiver Wasserbau (IWHW)

Challenges of Hydrology and Water Management by climate change and tourism in Mountains

 

Lewiston, USA

Gordon Research Conference

Catchment Science: Interactions of Hydrology, Biology & Geochemistry

Gambling with Nature and Climate Change: Mountains as Sentinels for the Future

 

Canmore, Canada

IAHS

Putting PUB into practice Hydroclimate

“Temperate Forest” Breakout Groups findings on Prediction in Ungauged Basins

 

Salzburg, Austria

University of Salzburg

Erasmus/Socrates Winter School

Water Scarcity in the Alps. Early Warning System. The idea of Alp-Water-Scarce

 

Erzurum, Turkey

FISU

Winter Universiade Sports Science Conference

Keynote : Sustainable economic development and environmental concerns

2010

Vaduz, Liechten

University of Liechtenstein

Sustainable Development and Responsible Investing

Keynote : Space, Agriculture and Forests in the Climate Change Age: New Directions

 

Savona, Italy

CIMA

Research Seminar

Research Priorities in Modified Mountain Regions

 

Lausanne, Switzerl.

University of Lausanne

Colloquium

The Challenges of Geomorphology and Water Resources Management in Mountains: from Interdisciplinary to Applied Research

 

Julich, Germany

Research Centre Julich

Colloquium

Climate Change and Tourism in Mountains

2009

Brussels, Belgium

SciTech09 Europe

Innovation across Europe

The Challenge of Applied Mountain Research in Europe Today

 

Salzburg, Austria

University of Salzburg

Geographical Colloquium

The modern cryosphere

 

Annecy, France

IMUS

University of Savoie

Round table From enterprises to end-users : sustainable development in practice

 

Harbin, China

FISU

Winter Universiade Sports Science Conference

Ecological environmental change and winter sports: lessons learned from the Alps, perspectives for China

2008

Savoie Technolac, France

Festival de Science

European Cooperation

European Cooperation in the Alps

 

Montpellier, France

European Commission/ DIACT Leader+

European Cooperation and Rural Territories

Cooperation and adaptation to climate change: experiences, projects, programmes good practice and outcomes

2007

Chambéry, France

Prefecture of Savoie / CODERST

Artificial Snow: what is its position within sustainable development?

Water abstraction for artificial snow and the hydrology of alpine catchments: Status quo, objectives and current research

 

Lyon, France

MITRA,

Region Rhone Alpes

Innovation and Tourism 2050 + 4 C

 

Chambéry, France

Savoie 2020

University of Savoie

Climate change and snow dynamics in Savoie

 

Vienna Austria

EGU

Great Debate

Should we curtail the use of artificial snow?

 

Chambéry, France

University of Savoie

Café Debate

Water management and artificial snow

2006

Vienna,

Austria

Uni. Wien, Inst  Geography

Colloquium

The Position of Geomorphology in the field of tension Environment-Society-Risk

 

Bonn, Germany

Univ. Bonn, Institute of Theoretical Biology

 

Colloquium

 

Spatial discretisation of “ Modelling Response Units“ (MRUs) in alpine catchments

2005

Strasbourg, France

Univ. Strasbourg, Faculty of Geography and Spatial Management

 

Colloquium and course

 

Dams in river basins: Hydrological and geomorphological discontinuities

 

Bonn, Germany

Univ. Bonn, Mathematische-Naturwissen-schaftl. Fakultät

Conférence d‘Habilitation

Causes and Impacts of Jökulhlaups:
a comparison of Greenland and Himalaya

 

Strasbourg, France

Univ. Strasbourg, Faculté de Géographie et Aménagement

 

Colloquium

 

Les impacts naturels et anthropogènes sur la dynamique des ressource en eau dans le bassin versant du Drâa, Maroc

2004

Bonn, Germany

Univ. Bonn, Institute of Geography

Colloquium

IMPETUS Introduction: Problem clusters and scenarios for the  Drâa-catchment, Morocco

 

Bonn

Germany

Univ. Bonn, Institute of Geography

Colloquium

Scientific methods in Geography

 

Bonn Univ. Bonn,

Institute of Geography

Colloquium

Floods and droughts:

Water cycle and sediment transport in mountain regions

 

Bonn

Germany

Univ. Bonn, Institute of Geography

Colloquium

A methodological concept for Hydrology in the High Atlas (Drâa basin)

2003

Agadir Morocco

Regional Water Agency

Colloquium

IMPETUS- an integrated project for integrated and sustainable water management.

 

Bonn

Germany

Univ. Bonn, Institute of Geography

Colloquium

Hydrological Modelling in the High Atlas

 

 

Boulder USA

Univ. Colorado, National Snow and Ice Data Centre

 

Seminar

 

Modelling snow depletion in Morocco

2002

Oldenburg

Germany

Faculty of Biology, Geo-environ., Univ. Oldenburg

 

Faculty Colloquium

 

Neglected physical-geographical aspects of integrated water management in mountains

 

Bonn

Germany

Univ. Bonn,  Institute of Geography

 

Colloquium

 

Water Balance in the Alps: problems, concepts and models

 

Tübingen Germany

Univ. Tübingen, Institute of Geography

 

Colloquium

Tradition and Advances in alpine Hydrologie: or how can wie push GIS to the limits!

 

Berlin Germany

Tech. Univ. Berlin, Inst. Of Landscape and Environmental Management

 

Colloquium

Perspectives on Geoinformation in Landscape and Environmental Planning

2000

Konstanz Germany

Univ. Konstanz, Institut of Limnology / Biological Faculty

 

Wednedsay Colloquium  " Bodensee-Litoral

 

Geomorphological Impacts of Dams

1999

Davos Switzerland

 

SLF

International Workshop for the verification of cryosphere models

 

Hydrology of the Dischma

 

Lleida Spain

Univ. Lleida Department of Environmental Sciences

 

Colloquium

 

Evaportranspiration processes in an alpine valley

1998

Munich

Germany

Münchner Rückversicher-ungsgesellschaft

Colloquium. Committee on Mountain hazards, scientific council of the German IDNDR

 

An overview of extreme events in alpine catchments

1992

Berlin

Germany

FUB-Geographical Society

Colloquium

Interactions between river bed and flow hydraulics in mountain streams with examples from Montana (USA) and Upper Bavaria

Talks (15 – 20 min)

Invited (*)

2017

Strasbourg, France

University of Strasbourg

Adaptation and Resilience to Droughts: Historical Perspectives in Europe and beyond

Opening Talk on “Adaptation and Resilience to Droughts: Historical Perspectives in Europe and beyond”*

2017

Düsseldorf, Germany

Horizon2020

Project proposal preparation

Best practice regional decarbonisation as applied to the transboundary German-Czech-Polish triangle*

2016

Wilayat Quryat, Oman

Oman Water Society

Offshore Springs in the Sultanate of Oman

Responsible Management of Offshore Freshwater Springs in a One-planet world*

2016

Venice, Italy

Alto Adriatico Water Authority

Citizen Observatories for Water Management

Creating Resilient Landscapes to Floods and Droughts in the European Alps via Citizen Science Diagnostics*

2015

Vaduz

Uni. Liechtenstein

Studio Mars: SPACE: Aspirations of Science,

Art and Architecture

 

Space Ship Earth Rediscovered*

 

Vaduz

Uni. Liechtenstein

A SufficienCity for Lake

Constance : St. Gallen 2080

Alps in the City:
Applying Eco-productivity Principles to St. Gallen*

2014

Düsseldorf Germany

Horizon2020

Project proposal preparation

Rapid Regenerative Infrastructure Development*

 

Turin, Italy

Internat. Assoc. Engineering Geologists

Geo-hydrological risk and town and country planning

Challenges in Assessing and Managing Geohydrological Risk related to Natural and Anthropogenic Pressures in Alpine Ski Resorts*

 

Hannover, Germany

Internat.. Assoc. for Society & Natural Resources

20th International Symposium on Society and Resource Management

Stakeholder Involvement in the Development of Modern Winter Tourism and Resource Protection – a comparison of the Harz Mountains and Alps

 

Vaduz, Liechtenstein

University of Liechtenstein

Green Summit

Perspectives on the regenerative region *

 

 

Gaillard, France

EELV

Round Table: Living better with ecologists for Europe

 

Climate Change and the Tourism Industry in the Alps*

 

2013

Vaduz, Liechten-stein

University of Liechtenstein

Sustainable Space Summit

Alpine spaces: challenges for a one-planet world*

 

Marseille, France

IRD

Hydro-ecology in the Mediterranean

Perspectives on hydro-ecology in the Mediterranean*

2011

Vienna, Austria

EGU

Distributed Research Infrastructure for Hydro-Meteorology Study

Linking ICT and Society in Early Warning and Adaptation to Hydrological Extremes in Mountains*

 

Vienna, Austria

EGU

Drought and water scarcity: hydrological monitoring, modeling and forecasting

Water Scarcity and Droughts in Mediterranean Mountains: Regional Examples from a Global Change Perspective*

2010

Zurich, Switzer.

ETH Zurich

Project workshop “Alpine Rivers”

Conservation and restoration priorities for freshwater ecosystems in the Alp*

 

Megeve, France

EURO-RIOB

Adaptation measures for water impacted by climate change

Water in mountains and responsible development: from expectations to actions under climate change*

 

Lyon, France

University of Lyon 2

Colloquium

Physical Geography at the heart of environmental and interdisciplinary problems*

 

Belluno, Italy

Alpine Space project

Alp-Water-Scarce 4th General Assembly

Water Scarcity and the development of Early Warning Systems against Water Scarcity in the Alps*

2009

San Francisco, USA

AGU

“Water Supply Management and Security II”(Global Change Section)

Water Management Strategies against Water Shortage in the Alps*

 

Ljubljana, Slovenia

Alpine Space project

Alp-Water-Scarce 2nd General Assembly

Progress on Water Management Strategies against Water Scarcity in the Alps*

 

Berlin, Germany

EnviroInfo2009

ICT for Sustainable use of natural resources

ICT for sustainable use of natural resources with particular reference to water resources*

 

Mont-mellian, France

CIM

Steering Committee Meeting

Introduction to the ClimAlpTour project*

 

Bonn, Germany

UNFCCC

Adaptation in Mountain Regions

Adaptation to water problems in mountains - a research issue*

 

Grenoble

Sporaltec

Risks in Mountains

Natural risks in mountains*

 

Vienna, Austria

Alpine Space project

Alp-Water-Scarce 1st General Assembly

Alp-Water-Scarce progress statement*

 

Vienna, Austria

EGU

Education and Communications to Students, Government Officials and to the Public in Cryospheric Sciences

Introduction to Outreach and Education in the Cryosphere*

 

Vienna, Austria

EGU

Mountain Hydrology and Climatology: present state and future scenarios

Alp-Water-Scarce - Water Management Strategies Against Water Scarcity in the Alps*

 

Bolzano, Italy

CIPRA

Climate change in the Alps

Climate Change and the Alp-Water-Scarce project*

2008

Turin, Italy

UNCEM Piemonte

The West Alps at the limit between evolution and change

The economic impacts of climate change*

 

Bozen, Italy

EURAC

The impacts of climate change and adaptation in the Alps with special focus on water resources. Organised by the l’EEA

Water resources in Savoy in the face of climate change*

 

Annecy, France

SILA

Official kick-off meeting of the Alp-Water-Scarce programme

Introduction to the Alpine Space Alp-Water-Scarce programme*

 

Chambery, France

CG73.

Partner Meeting of Alp-Water-Scarce

The pilot sites and the consortium of the Alp-Water-Scarce Alpine Space Programme*

 

Bolzano, Italy

EURAC

Official kick-off meeting of the ClimAlpTour Project

WP4. Presentation of the classification of tourist pilot sites areas under climate change in the Alps*

 

Montpellier, France

13 World water Congress

Session on Water in Mountains

Stakeholder-driven Water Management strategies against Water Scarcity in the Alps and beyond*

 

Davos,

Switze-land

Association of Swiss hydrologists

Alpine Hydrology– Snow Hydrology

The impacts of winter sports on the water cycle in mountains*

 

Saragossa, Spain

RIOB /EWP

Water Tribune Conference, Existing operational tools for the management of basins and aquifers

 

Opportunities and limits in integrated water management in water in mountains*

 

Barcelona, Spain

IEMSS

Integrating Sciences and Information Technology for Environmental Assessment and Decision Making

 

Challenges of alpine catchment management under changing climatic and anthropogenic pressures*

 

Vienna, Austria

EGU

CR3 Open session cryosphère (audience > 650)

Our modern Cryosphere*

 

Marrakech, Morocco

NATO

Integrated Water Management a pre-condition for human security

Geomorphological and hydrological risks of dams*

2007

Chambéry, France

Mountain Institute

UMS Montagne

Introduction to the UMS CNRS Montagne*

 

Innsbruck, Austria

MRI

3rd Global change research networking meeting for European Mountains

 

Interdisciplinary projects in the Atlas Mountains*

 

Innsbruck, Austria

MRI

3rd Global change research networking meeting for European Mountains

 

Conflicts in Mountain Regions*

 

Bonn

Germany

AFAST

Contributions of the Social Sciences and the Humanities to Research on Global Environmental Change

 

Challenges in mountain areas under changing climatic and human pressures*

 

Aix les Bains, France

Réseau Ideal

3. National Water Meeting

Climate change and the vulnerability of mountain water resources: an analysis across different scales*

 

Saas Fee,

Switzer-land

Valais Tourisme

 

70 Years of Valais Tourisme

 

Global warming: risks and chances for tourism*

 

Debrecen Hungary

RIOB

7th Global General Assembly

Integrated and transboundary Watershed Management in the Upper Rhone*

 

Grenoble, France

Alpine Geographic Institute

 

100 aYearsns de l’IGA

 

The role of research and education in alpine education in the territory. which links to which synergies to create between one and the other ?*

 

Vienna, Austria

European Geosciences Union

CR10 Open session cryosphere

Cryosphere – a CRY for our SPHERE ?*

 

Bruxelles, Belgium

Euromontana

European Mountain Forum

Introduction to the Mountain Institute*

2006

Le Bourget du Lac, France

Edytem

Hydrometric Seminar

Hydrological measurements–apostilles of mountain hydrology?*

 

Megeve, France

Echoalp

Water in the Mountains

Hydrological measurements–apostilles of mountain hydrology?*

 

Bochum

 Germany

IAHS

3rd International Sympoisum on Integrated Water Resources Management

 

Impounded rivers: aridification and geomorphological risks*

 

Vienna, Austria

European Geosciences Union

NH 8.01 Natural and anthropogenic hazards in karst areas

A transdisciplinary approach for flood hazards in mountainous karst areas of Morocco

2005

Antalya, Turkey

NATO / CCMS

Pilot Studies for Integrated Watershed Management

Dams in river basins: hydrological and geomorphological discontinuities*

 

Köln

Germany

Univ. Köln

GLOWA 2. Status Conference Global Change in the Hydrological Cycle

 

Anthropogenic and natural influences on the dynamics of reservoirs in the Drâa-basin, Morocco*

2004

Bonn

Germany

Univ. Bonn, Institute of Agricultural & Plant Nutrition

 

IMPETUS Plenary Workshop

 

Anthropogenic and natural influences on the dynamics of reservoirs in the Drâa-basin, Morocco*

 

Ispra

Italy

JRC-EU

Geomatics for Land and Water management: achievements and challenges in the Euromed context

 

Geomatics in practice for integrated hydrological modeling in a peripheral semi-arid basin in southeastern Morocco*

 

Varska Estonia

NATO committee on "Challenges of Modern Society 3.

Workshop "Integrated Water Management

Integrated Watershed Management in the Drâa Basin, Morocco*

 

Osnabrück

Germany

IEMMS

International Conference Complexity and Integrated Resources Management

An Integrated Geomorphological and Hydrogeological MMS Modeling Framework for a Semi-Arid Mountain Basin in the High Atlas, Southern Morocco Regional Dynamic Modelling

 

Ouarzazate

Morocco

IMPETUS & ORMVAO

International Conference Integrated Water Resources Research and Management

Integrated modeling of precipitation and discharge based on geomorphological and hydrogeological response units in a semi-arid mountain basin in the south of Morocco*

 

Nice, France

European Geosciences Union

CR5: Mountain Waters: climatic and hydrological sensitivity

Modeling snowmelt and sublimation in the High Atlas Mountains of Morococo

 

Nice, France

European Geosciences Union

HS4: Hydrological Predictions in Ungauged Basins

PUB Working group: Drought and Flood risk - Hydrology and Sediment Transport in Mountain Catchments*

 

Nice, France

European Geosciences Union

NP3.01 Scaling and Nonlinearity in the Hydrological Cycle

 

Non-linearity of evapotranspiration in mountain topography*

 

Nice, France

European Geosciences Union

HS 31, Integrated water resources assessment

New Approaches to Integrated Water Resources Management in Semi-arid African Catchments*

2003

Thurnau

Germany

Univ. Bayreuth

Change of Paradigms in Hydrological Modelling (CHOP)

Future strategies in Hydrology*

 

London

UK

Royal Geographic Society, IBG,

Glaciers, Water and Contemporary Climate Change, Mountain Research Group

Land use and water balance as indicators for hydrological change in a high alpine catchment, Switzerland*

 

Bonn

Germany

Univ. Bonn, Institute of Geology

Annual Meeting of the Africa Working Group of the German Geoscientists

Hydrological Modeling in the Assif-Ait-Ahmed catchment, High Atlas, S. Morocco

 

Bonn

Germany

Univ. Bonn, Geographical Institute

IMPETUS Modelling Workshop

Parameterization and hydrological modeling in the Upper Drâa catchment, Morocco

 

Bonn

Germany

Univ. Bonn, Uni. Klubhaus

IMPETUS Final Workshop

Water availability and soil degradation in the Upper Drâa catchment, Morocco in view of food security und scenario development

 

Bonn

Germany

Univ. Bonn, Geographical Institute

IMPETUS Modelling Workshop

Parameterization and hydrological modeling in the Upper Drâa catchment, Morocco

 

Nice, France

European Geophysical Society

Session HS21, Spatial analysis, landscape discretisation and catchment classification for hydrological modelling

Landscape descretisation using two complementary HRU approaches for tracking discharge and evaporation in mountain basins

 

Nice, France

European Geophysical Society

Session CR5, Eco-hydrological and meteorological coupling in mountain areas

Interactions between evapotranspiration and condensation within the alpine pasture and shrub zone

 

Einsiedeln Switzerland

WSL

International Workshop on Mountain Hydrology, Past lessons and future challenges in mountain hydrology

Evaporation and condensation dynamics within the alpine pasture and shrub zone

2002

Berlin

Germany

Federal Minister and the German Environmental Foundation

 

Environmental Week

 

Participation in discussion on water problems*

 

Nice, France

European Geophysical Society

HSA4.02, Hydrological and meteorological coupling in mountain areas

Comparative measurements of condensation and evaporation in the alpine regions of the Giant Mountains, Poland and the Dischma, E. Switzerland

 

Berlin

Germany

Hydrology Working Group

Hydrology in the International Year of the Mountains: from the mountains…. to the floodplains

The importance of condensation for the water balance under high alpine conditions

 

Belfast Irland

RGS/IBG Annual Conference

Mountain GeoInformation: Practice and Prospects of Mountain Research Group.

Contrasting GIS approaches for defining Hydrological Response Units for water balance and evapotranspiration in an alpine basin

 

Belfast Ireland

RGS/IBG Annual Conference

Mountain Geomorphology and Environmental Change. British Geomorphological Research Group

 

Scenarios of geomorphological and hydrological change in high alpine basins

 

St. Moritz Switzerland

BAHC (Biosphere and Hydrological Cycle) Symposium

CHESMO (International Initiative for Integrative Research on Climate Hydrology Eco-Systems Interrelations in Mountainous Regions)

 

Participation in the discussion

2001

Trier Germany

 

AK Hydrologie

Annual Meeting

Assessing evapotranspiration in a high mountain basin on the basis of hydrological response units units“)

 

Nice, France

European Geophysical Society

HSA5.02, Hydrology of surface processes: Water balance of high mountain basins

Assessing evapotranspiration in a high mountain basin on the basis of hydrological response units

 

New York USA

Association of American Geographers

Mountains II. Interactions of Earth, Atmosphere and Biota

Dynamics of evaporation and transpiration in the high alpine tundra - an example from the Dischma valley, Switzerland

2000

St. Marienthal

 Germany

German Environmental Foundation

6. International Summer-Akademie on Water in the 21. century -Perspectives, Fields of Action, Strategies.

 

Discussion on problems of dams in the Working Group: Surface Water*

2000

St. Marienthal

 Germany

Deutsche Bundesstiftung Umwelt

3. Seminar

Regional Investigation of water balance and in particular evaporation in the alpine catchment of the Rhine: Dischma valley/Davos*

 

Nice, France

European Geophysical Society

Water balance components of high mountain basins

Hydrological analyses in the Dischma based on daily and seasonal measurements of evaporation

1999

Benedik-tbeuern, Germany

Deutsche Bundesstiftung Umwelt

2. Seminar

Regional Investigation of water balance and in particular evaporation in the alpine catchment of the Rhein: Dischma valley/Davos*

1998

Charlotte-town Prince Edward Islands Canada

46th. Annual Meeting of the North American Benthological Society

Benthological relevance of hydraulics across different scales

 

Scales of river bed roughness and hydraulics in the Lainbach River, Upper Bavaria*

1998

Insel Vilm

Germany

Deutsche Bundesstiftung Umwelt

1. Seminar

Regional Investigation of water balance and in particular evaporation in the alpine catchment of the Rhien: Dischma valley/Davos*

1997

Göttingen

 Germany

AK Hochgebirgs-ökologie

Mountain Climatology

VERDI’s High Mountain Evaporation – temporal and spatial variations

 

Wuhan China

GESINUS (GErman Sino Unsteady Sediment Research Group)

Morphological Dynamics

 

Tracing flood flows using sedimentary indicators*

1996

Kathmandu Nepal

ICIMOD IAHS, UNESCO, WMO, IGBP

Ecohydrology of High Mountain Areas

Spatial variations of daily evaporation rates in a high alpine valley

1996

Kath-mandu Nepal

ICIMOD, IAHS, UNESCO, WMO, IGBP

Ecohydrology of High Mountain Areas

 

Final Workshop report*

1995

Seattle USA

Univ. Oregon

4th Gravel-bed Rivers in the Environment

Official Discussion on “Dynamic roughness, sediment transport and flow structures in a mountain stream”*

1994

Canberra Australia

AIHS-IAHS

International Symposium on Variability in Stream Erosion and Sediment Transport

The significance of extreme events in the development of mountain river beds

 

Canberra Australia

AIHS-IAHS

International Symposium on Variability in Stream Erosion and Sediment Transport

Interpreting the temporal and spatial dynamics of bedload transport phases according to the F.A.S.T. (Fluid And Sediment Transport) Model

 

Gossen

Germany

German Hydrology Working Group

 

Annual Meeting

Regional Evaporation in alpine valleys: ideas and first results

 

Peking China

GESINUS (GErman Sino Unsteady Sediment Research Group)

International Association of Sediment Research

Temporal and spatial variations of roughness in an Alpine torrent

 

Peking China

GESINUS (GErman Sino Unsteady Sediment Research Group)

International Association of Sediment Research

Interrelations between sediment transport and hydraulic un steep mountain torrents -Squaw Creek, Montana, USA

 

Grenoble, France

European Geophysical Society

 

Dynamics of bed roughness in mountain torrents

 

Grenoble, France

GERTEK / EROSLOPE

Annual meeting

Temporal and spatial dynamics of roughness in mountain torrents

1993

Hamilton

Canada

UGI-IGU

3. International Geomorphology Conference

Interrelationships between mountain valley form and river bed arrangement

 

St. Moritz Switzerland

BAHC (Biosphere and Hydrological Cycle) Symposium

CHESMO (International Initiative for Integrative Research on Climate Hydrology Eco-Systems Interrelations in Mountainous Regions)

Participation in the discussion

1992

Oslo Norway

AIHS-IAHS

International Symposium on Erosion and Sediment Transport Monitoring Programme in River Basins

Measuring changes in micro and macro roughness on mobile gravel beds

 

Chengdu China

AIHS-IAHS

International Symposium on Erosion, Debris Flows and Environment in Mountain Regions

The dynamics of a catastrophic flood/multiple debris flow in the Schmiedlaine, S. Germany

 

Benedikt-beuern Germany

COMTAG (IGU Commission on Modelling and Theory in Geomorphology)

Dynamics and Geomorphology of Mountain Rivers

Micro-profiling of mobile gravel beds during excursion in the Lainbach valley

 

Benedikt-beuern
Germany

COMTAG

Dynamics and Geomorphology of Mountain Rivers

How round is round? - particle characterisation by Fourier transformation of contour lines (with M. Diepenbroek)

 

Karlsruhe Germany

 

 

ICCE

5. International Symposium on River Sedimentation

Unsteady flow, bedload transport and bed geometry responses in steep mountain torrents*

1991

Potsdam
Germany

Berlin Physical Geographers

Spring Meeting

Die geomorphologische Entwicklung de pro-glazialen Schwemmfächern auf Grönland

1990

Edinburgh Scotland

5th Scottish Postgraduate Research Meeting

Physical Geography

The dispersal of cluster bedforms and their influence on sediment entrainment

1990

Florence Italy

Univ. Florence

3rd International Gravel-bed Rivers Meeting

Official Discussion on “Microform roughness elements and the selective entrainment and entrapment of particles in gravel-bed rivers*

1989

Wales

British Geomorphological Research Group

Annual Meeting

Channel change on two contrasting pro-glacial river fans, West Greenland

Outreach

Public Conferences

International Level

Date

Place

Organisation

Conference Theme

Title

2017

Bern, Switzerland

CIPRA

2. CIPRA-Forum: Winter tourism in the Alps

Discussion of Position Paper on Winter Tourism

2016

Lecco, Italy

CIPRA / ERASMUS / Fondazione Cariplo

2nd Workshop I-LivAlps “Winter Tourism in the Alps - capture the change

Changes in the Alpine Environment and Trends in Winter Tourism: Current Challenges and Solutions

2013

Vienna, Austria

UNEP / Italien Environnemental Ministry / Alpine Convention

Sustainable tourism and accessibility in mountains areas

 

Balancing summer and winter tourism in a one-planet world

 

Munich

Germany

Parliament of Bavaria

Artificial Snow in the Alps

Keynote : Impacts of artificial snow on the water balance in the Alps

 

Magdeburg, Germany

Parliament of Sachsen-Anhalt

Infrastructure development of Schierke

Parliamentary Audition: Touristic Development of Schierke, Harz Mountains, Germany

 

Braunlage Germany

Observatory

St. Andreasberg

Climate Change and

Winter Sports

Impacts of climate change on artificial snow on the Wurmberg & Winterberg / Harz

 

Novo-sibirsk, Russia

Regional Government of Novosibirsk

World Snow Forum

Impacts and Limits of Artificial Snow and Snow Manipulation in Mountains

2012

Brussels

Belgium

Representation du Parliament of Baden-Württemberg

STREAM 3rd Policy Seminar "The Climate Change Challenges and Managing Flood Risks in Member States"

Intervention et Table ronde : Climate Change and Land-Use Challenges in Managing Flood Risks in Mountain Regions

 

Munich, Germany

BUND / LBV / DAV / VSdB.

Hydro-electricity – sustainable or disadvantageous?

Keynote : Regulated Rivers: Impacts of Hydro-electricity and their Resilience

 

Sankt Andreas-berg, Germany

Astronomic, environmental and citizen associations

Conference debate and field survey (ski resort)

Impacts of climate change and artificial snow production on the Wurmberg / Winterberg

 

Koblenz, Germany

Kisters

25 Years of WISKI User conference 2012

Keynote : Water-Management in Alpine Regions: Its Impact to the Society

2011

Trento, Italy

Regional Government of Autonomous  Province of Trento

Climate Change in the Alps –strategies and good practice

Keynote : The consequences of climate change on the Alps

 

Erzurum, Turkey

FISU

Winter Universiade Sports Science Conference

Keynote : Sustainable economic development and environmental concerns

2009

Brussels, Belgium

SciTech Europe 2009

Master Class and debate

Challenges of Applied Mountain Research in Europe Today

 

Bolzano, Italy

Alpine Convention

Talk and debate

Towards more integrated research and observation in the Alps*

 

Munich, Germany

Bavarian Ministry of Environment

Towards climate neutral Alps by 2050

CO2 neutral land use and food production in the Alps

 

Harbin, China

FISU

Winter Universiade Sports Science Conference

Keynote : Ecological environmental change and winter sports: lessons learned from the Alps, perspectives for China

 National Level

Date

Lieu

Organisation

Thème de la Conférence

Titre de l’intervention

2015

Grenoble

Antigone

Talk and debate

Artificial snow – an outdated model?

2014

La Ravoire

Frapna

Talk and debate

Artificial snow and mountain development: risks, impacts and mitigation

 

Paris

Univ. Paris-Est Créteil / École des Ponts, ParisTech / Univ. Paris Diderot/ CG Val de Marne

(Im)possible ecological transition? Scientific Days for the Environment

Mountain Resorts: between abuse and ecologic transition

2013

Challes les Eaux

Challes Terres Citoyennes

Talk and debate

Mountains – what do they gain?

 

Lyon

Frapna

World Wetland Days

Wetlands as victims of water storing reservoirs implanted to reanimate artificial snow ?

 

Cluses

Frapna

Water: act today for its responsible management in mountains

Direct Impacts of water storing reservoirs for snowmaking on the environment

2012

Ivry–sur-Seine,

Paris

CG Val de Marne

Water Coordination of  Ile de France

The snow industry and water in the context of global change” and discussion of the documentary “White Water” with researchers and politicians.

 

St. Pierre d’Entremont

TownhouseSt. Pierre d’Entremont

Water in the Entremonts

Impacts of global change on water in karst mountains

2012- 15

St. Pierre d’Entremont

TownhouseSt. Pierre d’Entremont

Participation in several hamlet councils on water management

Geology and the impacts of climate change on water in karst mountains

2011

Curienne

Townhouse

Talk and debate

The 2011 drought in Savoie

 

Talloires

Frapna

Quantitative water management and conservation of aquatic environments and associated species

Water security in the face of climate change

 

Faverges

Environmental Association of the countries of Faverges

Water

Water in the Alps. Which quantity and quality is really available?

 

Alby-sur-Héry

Association Cylcamen

Talk and debate

From climate change to artificial snow

 

St. Jorioz

St. Jorioz Environnement

Talk and debate

From climate change to artificial snow and what next?

 

Cluses

Evening University

Talk and debate

Water in Mountains

 

Sallanches

Centre Nature Montagnard

4ème Rencontre Alpine

The production of artificial snow

 

Annecy

CAO

Talk and debate

Climate change, water resources and the candidature of the Winter Olympics Annecy 2018

2010

Villarodin-Bourget

Townhouse of Villarodin-Bourget

Talk and debate

Environmental impacts of the international tunnel Lyon-Turin

 

Faverges

Pays de Faverges Environnement

Talk and debate

Water in all its states at the heart of interregional regulations

 

Mieussy

Collectif Sommand

Talk and debate

Wetlands and ski area development

2009

Ripaille

 

Talk and debate

Impacts of climate change in mountains

 

Sallanches

Europe Ecologie de la vallée 74.

Talk and debate

Impacts of global warming in mountains

2008

Savoie-Technolac

Fête de la Science

Pupils of CM1/2 of schoools in Maurienne

European cooperation in the Alps

 

Montmélian

CIM

participation

Creation of a Cluster Rhône-Alpes of Mountain Industry (CIM)

Media (since 2007)

Articles (writing, participation or interview)

Clerc, J.F. (2017) L’histoire nous alerte. Environnement. Secheresse. Dernieres Nouvelles d’Alsace. (France)

Daune, G. (2017) Sécheresses et inondations dans le bassin rhénan, Climat. (France)

Osswald, D. (2016) Skitourismus ist heute "too big to fail", Tagesanzeiger (Switzerland)

Balmer, D. (2016) Skiplausch im Grünen, Sonntagszeitung (Switzerland)

Fernandez, C. (2016) Can fake snow make skiers sick? Daily Mail (UK)

JBM (2016) La Neige artificielle accusée de rendre les gens malades, 20 minutes (Switzerland)

Pinot, C (2016) Kunstschnee kann krank machen. Sonntagsblick (Switzerland)

Johnson, I. (2015) Scientists question environmental impact of China’s Winter Olympic Bid, New York Times (USA).

Schwamberger, A. (2015) Winter auf Knopdruck. Check-in. HSR (Germany)

De Preter, J.(2015) Weather forecast for ski resorts : black snow (Weerbericht voor de skigebiebden : zwarte sneeuw), De Morgen (Belgium).

Taucher, I. (2015) 14. Jan, Winter Sports: harmful for nature (Wintersport : nefast voor de natuur), EOS Wetenschap. (Belgium)

Lahrtz, S. (2014) 17 juin The resistance of the foreignors (Der Widerstand der Fremden), NZZ (Switzerland)

(2014) 3.dec The Winter has arrived (Der Winter ist da !) Main Post (Germany)

Keller, M. (2014) Mit Schneekanonen auf den Klimawndel schiessen Umweltnetz Schweiz (Switzerland)

(2014) 7.oct. La neige artificielle vue par l’hydrologue Carmen de Jong. Dauphiné Libéré.

Flüeler, E. (2014) 3.mars, Il faut deux fois plus d'eau que la quantité réellement disponible, Pronatura Magazine. (Switzerland)

Naudon, F. (2013) Généalogie d’un conflit d’usage, M3 Société urbaine et action publique, N. 5, Lyon p. 54 – 57. (France)

Mullin, K. (2013) Interview. Race to the bottom. Experts debate the eco-impact of ski resorts, The Beijinger, Vol. 1, p. 57. (China).

Koch, T. (2013) 30. jul. Kritik der Umweltverbände: Bagger fressen sich in den Wurmberg. (Critique des associations environnementales : les pelleteuses s’enfocent dans la montagne), Volksstimme. (Germany)

(2013) mars. Steuer-Millionen: Im schneefreien Harz entsteht Mega-Skigebiet. (Avec des millions d’euros d’impots, on crée une station de ski dans le Harz sans neige) Deutsche Wirtschaftsnachrichten. (Germany)

Frank, C. (2013) 20. février. Schnee von gestern Süddeutsche Zeitung, p. 3. (Germany).

Schmitt, J. (2013) 1 fév. Alpin-Ski oder Pferdeschlitten. Volksstimme. (Germany).

Schirrmeister, B. (2012) Geplante Skipiste im Harz. Waldsterben vorerst gestoppt. Taz (Germany).

Seltmann, I; (2012) Professorin pakt komplexes Problempaket aus. Goslarsche Zeitung. (Germany).

Koch, T. (2012) 30 jul. Diese Schneelüge gibt es überall auf der Welt. Volksstimme. (Germany).

(2012) Kunstschneeexpertin ist auf Harzer Höhen aktiv. Goslarscher Zeitung. (Germany)

Koch, T. (2012) 1 aout. Alpiner Alptraum im Harz. Mitteldeutsche Zeitung. (Germany)

(2012) jun, Interview, Wie stehen vor einer doppelten Herausforderung, Unternehmerzeitung  (Switzerland).

Caro, Elana (2012), 1.juin, Interview, We are facing a double challenge, Liechtenstein Congress on Sustainable Development and Responsible Investing 2012. (Switzerland)

Favrot, L. (2012) Interview. Penser la montagne de demain. Les inquietudes d’une scientifique. La-Haut. La montagne sous toutes ses formes, Suppl. Mag2Lyon, p. 12 – 13. (France)

Depecker, C. (2012) Stations de ski. Quel avenir? Environnement, Kaelle, p. 3 - 6. (France)

Schirrmeister, B. (2012), 28 sept. Interview Wintersport-Tourismus im Harz - Das Ganze ist extrem deprimierend. TAZ (Germany).

Fitze, U. (2012) Immenser Wasserverbrauch für Schneekanonen, Alpenmagazin. (Switzerland).

de Jong, C. (2012), 10 janv. Un lourd bilan environnemental. Pour ou contre la production de neige artificielle dans les Alpes ? Opinions, La Tribune de Genéve, p. 4. (Switzerland).

de Jong, C. (2012) Is skiing environmentally defensible ? Eureka. The Times. Issue 29, P. 13 et p. 44 -45 (UK)

Meister, F. (2011) 7 April. Dieses Wettrüsten ist ein Irrsinn, Nr. 14 Wochenzeitung Zürich (WOZ). (Switzerland)

Heidingsfelder, R. (2011) Interview. Man will mich mundttot machen. Alpenmagazin. (Switzerland)

DPA (2011) 11 March, Skizirkus in den Alpen. Forscherin fällt wegen Kunstschnee-Studie in Ungnade. Die Lobby der Ski-Industrie hat eine deutsche Forscherin ausgehebelt: Der Professorin wurden wegen ihrer kritischen Studien die Forschungsgelder entzogen. Die Welt, (France).

(2011) 10 mars, Milieubeschermer hekelt sneeuwkanon in Alpen, De Morgen (Belgium)

Westerlaken, N. (2011), 11 fév. Interview Waterproblemen in de snowbusiness, De Volkskrant. (The Netherlands).

Professeur Canardeau (2010).14 Oct. Ambiance Glaciale à l’Université de Savoie. Canard Enchainé. (France)

Professeur Canardeau (2010) 10 jan. La fausse neige nous prend pour des flocons. Canard Enchainé. (France)

Laperche (2010) déc. Interview. Le cycle d'eau menacé en montagne. Développement durable d’environnement & technique. Spécial Adaptation aux changements climatiques, N. 35 Vertitude. (France)

Leleu, J. (2010). 9 sept. Institut de la montagne : « Ils veulent me faire taire ». Dauphiné Libéré. (France)

Chabert, E. (2010) Interview avec une chercheuse. Journal étudiant de l’Université de Savoie, Boomerang. (France)

Deprost, M. (2010) 2 sept. Carmen de Jong : l’université ne garantit pas l’indépendance par rapport au lobby de la neige Enviscope. (France)

Renevier, E. (2010) L’experte anti-canons perd ses galons. Ecos des Pays de Savoie. (France)

Cabanel, O. (2010) Pour quelques bordées de neige. CentPapiers (Canada).

Cabanel, O. (2010) 22 nov. Gêneuse pour la neige. Agora Vox. (France)

Perrier, B. (2010) 2 Sept. Le président est la marionnette des élus. La Voix des Alloborges. (France)

Fletscher, T. (2010) 29 jan. The not so-green truth about Olympic Snow. Capital News Online. (Canada).

Rédaction (2010). 19 sept. Vaduz stellt sich Verantwortung. Nachhaltigkeit.org. (Liechtenstein).

AGR (2010). 19 Sept. Austausch von Ideen und Lösungen. Vaterland. (Liechtenstein).

(2010) 20 août. Der "Grüne Kongress" LISDAR in Vaduz / Neue Denkansätze für eine nachhaltige Zukunft. www.liechtenstein.li. (Liechtenstein)

de Jong, C. (2010) 2 jan. Opinion. Streit der Woche. Ist Skifahren trotz der Folgen für die Bergwelt noch vertretbar? TAZ. (Germany).

(2009). 13 déc. Neige artificielle. Une solution coûteuse pour la nature, Actu France Soir. (France)

Plas, S. (2009) Création du pôle montagne de l’Institut Français du tourisme, Montagnes Magazine. (France)

Claret, P. (2009) La neige de culture, un sujet tabou. Ecos des Pays de Savoie, p. 14. (France)

Wijn, L. (2009) Waterverbruik & Toerisme. Partie 1 d’une série sur les impacts du tourisme. Volkskrant et Masterprogram Leisure, Tourism and Environment, Université de Wageningen, (The Netherlands).

Campbell, M. (2009) 3 Mai. Snow Canon Heretic Pelted By Ski Resort. The Sunday Times. (UK).

Kroker, H. (2009) 22 Juin. Wassertürme der Menschheit. PlanetErde. Bundesministerium für Bildung und Forschung (Germany).

(2009) March Alp-Water-Scarce: Why we need water management in the Alps The EGGS, EGU newsletter,V. 26, p. 22-25. (Germany)

(2009) Les faux nez du développement durable. Quand l’or blanc se déguise en vert. Montagnes Magazine, p. 82 – 86. (France)

Avignon, C. (2007) 23 avril. La production de neige artificielle détériorerait l’eau des Alpes, Journal de l’Environnement. (France)

(2007) 6 aout. The slippery slope of winter sports, BBC (Green Room). (UK).

(2007) 21 avril, Schneekanonen trocknen die Alpen aus. Der Standard (Austria)

Dambeck, H. (2007) 17 April Klimawandel in den Alpen: Kunstschnee mit Kollateralschäden, Spiegel (Germany)

(2007) Schneekanonen trocknen die Alpen aus, Focus Online. (Germany)

 TV Emissions and Videos

(2016) 1. March. Rummelplatz Alpen, ARTE.

(2015) 24.jan. Rettet die Alpen, Yourope, ARTE.

(2014) 27.jan. Gibt es eine umweltfreundliche Beschneiung?, Faszination Wissen, BR. (Germany)

(2014) 7 March Mit Volldampf zum Kunstschnee. Nano, 3SAT (Germany).

(2014) Feb. L’argent de la neige, Le monde en face. Documentary, TV5.

(2014) 10 Feb. Pulverschnee aus Schneekanonen, W wie Wissen, BR, ARD (Germany).

(2014) 6. Feb. Science of Sochi. Artificial Snow, BBC (most viewed video during one week) (UK)

(2014) 22. Jan. Verschneit, verplant, verzockt - Millionenflop Winterspaß? 45 min. Live debate, Fakt ist. MDR. (Germany).

(2014) 22. Jan. Live Interview in MDR Nachrichten (JT) at 11:00. (Germany).

(2014) 21. Jan. Carmen de Jong über die Folgen von Kunstschnee, Exakt. Die Story, MDR (Germany).

(2013) 6 Feb. Intervention. Impacts and Limits of Artificial Snow and Snow Manipulation in Mountains, World Snow Forum, Novosisbirsk (Russia).

Savraeva, A. (2013) Interview. Environmental Impacts of Skiing. Sports Business Consulting. Novosibirsk (Russia).

(2013) march. Kampf gegen Kanonen. Nano. 3sat (Germany).

(2012) Climate Change and Land-Use Challenges in Managing Flood Risks in Mountain Regions, The Climate Change Challenges and Managing Flood Risks in Member States. Water research meets policy and industry, 3rd STREAM Policy Seminar, Bruxelles (Belgium).

Oliver, D. (2011) Le Journal, 19:30. « On-attend-des-chutes-de-neige-jusqu-en-plaine-en-fin-de-semaine-mais-bon-nombre-de-stations-font-fonctionner-les-canons-a-neige-pour-etre-sures-de-satisfaire-les-skieurs.html » Télévision Suisse Romande (TSR), (Switzerland).

(2011) La neige artificielle à la station des Brasses. Editions régionales. JT régional alpes, FR3 Alpes. (France)

(2011) 8 sept. The consequences of climate change in the Alps. Cambiamenti climatici sulle Alpi: strategie e buone pratiche a confronto, Climaticamente cambiando,: ClimaTrentino. Provincia Autonoma di Trento. (Italy).

(2011) Arril. Live Interview. Les impacts de la neige de culture. TV8 Montblanc. (France)

(2011) April ; Interview on the drought of the Lac du Bourget. TV8 Montblanc. (France)

de Jong, C. (2011) 23 fév. L’eau des Montagnes. Université Populaire de Cluses. (France)

(2010) 25 aout. Carmen de Jong évincée de son programme de recherche. TV Net Citoyenne. (France)

Droege, P. (2010). Interview. Sustainable Development of Alpine Cities, Better City Better Life, 30 min. Pavillon de Liechtenstein, World Expo 2010 Shanghai. (Liechtenstein / China)

Zehnder, A. (2010) 7. Oct. Volle Kanone gegen die Natur, Kassensturz, SF (Switzerland).

(2009). Ecological environmenal change and winter sports. Winter Universiade Sports Science Conference, FISU, Harbin (China).

(2009) Improving Outreach and Education in the Cryosphere, Press conference, EGU organised by de Jong, C; avec Molnia, B. (USA), Mark Williams (USA), Marina Leibman (Russia), John M. Reynolds (UK).

Radio Interviews

Stégassy, R. (2013) 6. March. Changement climatique et neige de culture. Terre à terre. France culture. 53 minutes.

Jagla, P (2013) Interview. Kunstschnee im Harz. NDR.

(2012) Kunstschnee-Expertin inspiziert Wurmberg bei Braunlage. Wissenschaftlerin soll Auswirkungen von Schneekanonen auf den Wasserhaushalt Untersuchungen. Okerwelle (Germany).

Schmitzer, U. (2012) 22. Feb. Schneekanonen los! Kunstschnee und die Folgen. Dimensions. The Science World. ORF, oe1.orf.at/programm/296057.

Rüsberg, K. (2011) 25 March. Interview. Biathlon in der Arena. Eine Energiebilanz, WDR5.

Crumberg, C. (2010) Mars. La neige artificielle : un véritable enjeu écologique. Interview de 86 min. IDFM radio-Enghien et La voix Impertinente

Cullafroz, J.F. (2010) La Neige ; Débat d’actu. Magazine mensuel d’actualités. RCF74.

Grynszpan, N. (2009) L’Institut de la Montagne. Radio Bleu.

Röhrlich, D. (2007) 26 mars Auf künstlichem Weiß in den Abgrund, Deutschland-Funk.

(2007) 17 avril Schneekanonen trocknen die Alpen aus, ORF (Tirol).

Langues

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Français (niveau courant),

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