Land art (sort of…)

Artist Klaus Dauven turned the gravity dam of the Talsperre Eibenstock Reservoir (Saxony, Germany) into art by using pressure washers. Simple and impressive! http://www.smul.sachsen.de/ltv/31304.htm

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Let’s meet at ICWRER 2013

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I am pleased to give a talk on this year’s 6th International Conference on Water Resources and Environment Research (ICWRER) which will take place in Koblenz, Germany, from June 3–7 2013.

I am looking forward to presenting some bits of my current research in a talk entitled “Infiltration during wadi runoff–a modelling tool for improving groundwater recharge assessment” on Thursday, 06-06-2013 at 04:15 pm in Room 1 (Hydroinformatics Session).

Further information can be found under: http://www.water-environment.org

So feel free to join, discuss and contribute! See you in Koblenz!

PhD Seminary Oberstdorf

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Since a couple of years, Uni Stuttgart’s IWS-LHG, Garmisch-based IMK-IFU (plus parts of Uni Augsburg’s geography department) and TU Dresden’s IHM hold a joint PhD seminary. This year, the seminary takes place at Oberstdorf. As always, a fine opportunity for scientific exchange and discussion…

Guess where…

Going through a bunch of rather old photographs (…yeah, I do believe that digital data will get lost faster than mankind will be able to securely store them away), I found this one:

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Guess where it was taken? By the way: The white patches are remainders of the snowpack; picture was taken in May, 2005.

It was taken in the Cévennes, Southern France, in vicinity of Mont Lozère: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mont_Loz%C3%A8re