Last week, myself and other PhD students of the hydrological professorships of the University of Freiburg organized the 18th workshop on hydrological modeling. At Feldberg, 16 participants from different universities in Germany and neighboring countries presented their current projects and discussed them among each other. The topics covered a broad field of hydrological modeling: pollutants in the environment, influences of climate change, flood protection as well as interflow. Besides the evening hikes to the highest mountain of the Black Forest, highlights were a lecture by Prof. Markus Weiler on the history of the model RoGeR and a field excursion by Dr. Heike Puhlmann to the experimental catchment “Konventwald”. Allready looking forward to next year!
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