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|˝Climate Change Impact on Water Resources˝ Conference Successfully Held in Belgrade|
The ˝Climate Change Impact on Water Resources˝ International Conference took place in Belgrade on October 17th and 18th, at the lecture halls of Serbian Academy of Sciences and Arts and at the ˝Milutin Milanković˝ Society.
The conference was opened on October 17th at SANU's lecture hall, and on that occasion, the participants and the guests were addressed by:
At the conference, leading international and domestic experts have presented the state-of-the-art methods and latest researches concerning the climate change impact on water resources, and have achieved the goals set by the conference through discussions on the following subjects:
The participants gave presentations of their papers. Over the course of the conference, there were 50 presentations, out of which 11 papers were presented by posters.
Domestic participants attended the conference on behalf of the following institutions: University of Belgrade's Faculty of Civil Engineering, University of Belgrade's Faculty of Mining and Geology, University of Niš's Faculty of Civil Engineering, Belgrade's ˝Singidunum˝ University's ˝Futura˝ Faculty of Applied Ecology, Republic Hydrometeorological Service of Serbia, Centre for Promotion of Science, ˝Milutin Milanković˝ Society, ˝Energoprojekt˝, "Jaroslav Černi" Institute for the Development of Water Resources, UNESCO Category II Centre for Water for Sustainable Development and Adaptation to Climate Change (WSDAC).
The conference's programing and science committee suggested, upon hearing and accepting the conference conclusions, that one of the subjects at the "Water Management in Countries in Transition", which will take place in the autumn of 2014 in Belgrade, should be the development of monitoring (global, regional and local) pertinent to climate change and its impact on hydrological regimes.