Wednesday, May 17th

9:00-9:30 (7.00-7.30 UTC) - Official opening of the conference and welcome speeches of invited guests

Chair: Agnieszka Dawidowicz

9:30-11:45 (7.30-9.45 UTC) - Plenary session

  1. Agnieszka Dawidowicz (University of Warmia and Mazury in Olsztyn, Poland) Land management in the context of blue and green infrastructure.
  2. Adam Senetra, Anna Źróbek-Sokolnik, Piotr Dynowski, Marta Czaplicka (University of Warmia and Mazury in Olsztyn, Poland). Underwater landscapes perception in terms of sight-aesthetic values - survey results.
  3. Renata Augustyniak-Tunowska, Jolanta Grochowska, Renata Tandyrak, Michał Łopata (University of Warmia and Mazury in Olsztyn, Poland)  Professor Przemysław Olszewski – pioneer of lake restoration in Poland
  4. Jörg Schlenstedt (Lausitzer und Mitteldeutsche Bergbau-Verwaltungsgesellschaft (LMBV mbH), Senftenberg, Germany) Sustainable mining rehabilitation in a changing climate - Challenges in forestry/agricultural reclamation of dump sites and restoration of water regimes disturbed by mining
  5. Grzegorz Rachlewicz (Adam Mickiewicz University, Poznań, Poland).  Hydrological problems of the high Arctic - examples from Spitsbergen (Svalbard)


11:45-12:00 (9.45-10.00 UTC) - coffee break and special program

12.00-13.40 (10.00-11.40 UTC) Keynote session I Sustainable development.

Chair: Krystyna Kurowska

  1. Jolanta Valčiukienė, Daiva Juknelienė (Vytautas Magnus University, Agriculture Academy, Kaunas Lithuania). The ecological stability of the landscape in Lithuania
  2. Engida Gebre, Kusse Haile, Girum Tenkir (Mizan Tepi University,  Mizan Aman, Ethiopia) Is crop diversification beneficial to smallholder household food security: an empirical evidence from cash crop dominated areas of southwest Ethiopia
  3. Adam Doskocz,Jan Kuryj (University of Warmia and Mazury in Olsztyn, Poland).  Analysis of waters flowing through the Trzcianiec, which are a tributary of the Wiar River
  4. Tojiddin Juraev (Institute of Natural Resiurces Management of the NRU "TIIAME", Bukhara,Uzbekistan) Conceptual Design in Rural Developing by Geometric Modeling
  5. Afshin Mottaghi (Political Geography, Kharazmi University, Iran), Kamran Jafarpour Ghalehteimour (Malaysia-Japan International Institute of Technology, Malaysia), Mosayeb GharehBeyg (Political Geography, Kharazmi University, Iran), Water resources economic scenarios and transboundary hydro-political concerns in Iran's eastern border areas
  6. Aziz Cumhur Kocalar (Niğde Ömer Halisdemir University) The faults of water resource management applications in Turkey-Niğde Provience agricultural fields.

13:40-15:20 (11.40-13.20 UTC) Keynote session II Environmental disasters: legal and environmental consequences

Chair: Anna Klimach

  1. Agnieszka Napiórkowska-Krzebietke (IRS-PIB, Olsztyn, Poland) Causes and ecological consequences of the disaster in the Oder River
  2. Elżbieta Zębek (University of Warmia and Mazury in Olsztyn, Poland) Legal consequences and remedial actions for damages caused in the water environment during the ecological disaster in the Oder River
  3. Anna Klimach (University of Warmia and Mazury in Olsztyn, Poland), Katarzyna Bagan-Kurluta (University in Białystok, Poland). Can transmission facilities be built on land covered by flowing surface water in Poland?
  4. Abdullahi Alhaji Aliyu, Banki, M. B., Musa, H. D. and Kawu, A. M. (Federal University of Technology Minna,Nigeria) Flood disaster vulnerability factors of the communities in the southern region of niger state, Nigeria
  5. Abdullahi Alhaji Aliyu,Dalil, M., Dukiya, J. J. and Umaru, E. T. (Federal University of Technology Minna,Nigeria) Flood trend and livelihood implications of the communities in the southern region of niger state, Nigeria
  6. Kamran Jafarpour Ghalehteimouri, Faizah Che Ros & Shuib Rambat (Malaysia – Japan International Institute of Technology (MJIIT), Universiti Tekno,Kampung Datuk Keramat, Kuala Lumpur, Wilayah, Universiti Teknologi Malaysia, Jalan Sultan Yahya Petra) Assessment of pre-flood and Post-flood during rapid flash flood tragedy in Kuala Lumpur, Klang Valley Region 16 December 2021: An analysis based on the NASA-Landsat satellite


15:20-15:35 (13.20-13.35 UTC) Lunch break and special programme

15:35-16:35 (13.35-15.35 UTC) Poster session. 

Chair: Marta Czaplicka

  1. Agricultural water security and monitoring of water level fluctuation in four main reservoirs in Kosovo using Sentinel 2 imagery Demelezi, Hajredini, Bresilla, Damelezi, Jancso, Vekerdy
  2. Analysis of different ionospheric models in UAV geospatial data acquisition Grunwald, Ciećko, Kozakiewicz, Krasuski, Lalak
  3. Biodegradation of polylactid acid- and starch- based bioplastics under thermophilic aerobic conditions Zaborowska, Bernat
  4. C-Phycocyanin Extraction Methods from Arthrospira Platensis: A Comparative Study Padale, Dudek, Zieliński
  5. Can all organic substrates be used for effective methane production? Thapa, Bernat, Thi Cam Tu Le
  6. Cation-exchange resins for waste water treatment Polatov, Usmonova
  7. Changes of microbiota in the river system flowing through forest and urbanized areas Gotkowska-Płachta, Gołaś
  8. Characterization of lipid metabolism in Chlorella spp. in response to abiotic stresses Chakrabarty, Barczak, Dudek, Zieliński
  9. Comparison of CO2 utilization by microalgae during gas flow in single- and multi-bioreactor systems Vdovychenko, Zieliński
  10. Development of the concept of sustainable development Ogryzek
  11. Dynamics of organic carbon fractions in urban fountains Parszuto, Tandyrak.
  12. Economic Impact of Labor Migration on Donor Countries Moisiashvili, Bibiluri
  13. Effect of precipitation on hydrological indicators of the raised bog and its surroundings according to multiple timescale SPI Linkevičienė, Kibirkštis, Šimanauskienė Taminskas
  14. Environmental conflicts between recreational activities and waterbird habitats Baltic coast Denmark Grzybowski, Jankun-Woźnicka, Jaworska
  15. Housing Condition in Student Village, Federal Polytechnic Bida, Niger state Jiyah, Olawunmi.
  16. Hydroclimatic changes and their influence on river channel morphodynamics (eastern part of baltic sea basin) Baubinienė1, Taminskas, Linkevičienė , Šimanauskienė 
  17. Hydrographic Study of River Bed Erosion of the Wloclawek Power Station Popielarczyk, Templin
  18. Influence of pre-treatment with solidified carbon dioxide on methane fermentation of aerobic granular sludge Kazimierowicz, Dębowski, Zieliński
  19. Methods for determining the causes of the destruction of aqueous solutions of diethanolamines and restoring their working properties Turayev, Rakhimov, Tuxtamushova
  20. Monitoring the Water Quality of the Guadiana River with Multispectral Images from Sentinel 2 Satellites Campos, da Silva, Pereira
  21. Recovery of phosphorus and other minerals from greenhouse wastewater from soilless tomato cultivation by precipitation Mielcarek, Jóźwiak, Bryszewski
  22. Sentinel-2 Multi-Spectral Imaging for water quality monitoring models variability & portability Pereira
  23. Social factors as the key determinants of the location of farmland consolidation schemes – a case study of Poland Dudzinska, Gross
  24. Technical aspects of restoration of the eutrophic Święte Lake in Poland Alhamarna, Tandyrak, Łopata, Grochowska, Augustyniak-Tunowska, Kaczmarczyk, Płachta
  25. The effect of tire material microplastic on the structure of aerobic granular sludge Otieno, Jachimowicz, Nosek, Zielińska, Cydzik-Kwiatkowska
  26. The use of geoinformation portals to carry out image recognition of airport infrastructure elements Lalak, Krasuski, Ciećko
  27. Water Quality in the Guadiana River & Meteorologic Conditions: a remote sensing approach with Sentinel 2 Bilandzic, Pereira
  28. Water supply billing systems in multi-owned housing management the case of a large housing cooperative in Poland Muczyński
  29. Water supply management in homeowners' associations in the context of Sustainable Development Goals Gross, Dudzinska


Thursday, May 18th

9:00-10:25 (7.00-8.25 UTC) - Keynote session III Water in post-mining and urban landscapes. Rising Sea Level.

Chair: Anna Ostręga

  1. Anna Ostręga, Anna Szewczyk-Świątek, Wojciech świątek (AGH University of Krakow, Poland), Wojciech Świątek (Cracow University of Technology, Poland)The potential of the complex of post-gravel reservoirs in the Tarnów subregion (Poland) - analysis of the reasons for not carrying out the expected project
  2. Kazimierz Różkowski, Paulina Bańbuła, Wojciech Bryś, Anna Ostręga (AGH University of Krakow, Poland, St. Staszic Academy of Mining and Metallurgy in Krakow, Poland) Changes to the hydrographic network in the Brandka (WS-47 pond in city of Bytom) subsidence reservoir vicinity as a consequence of mining activity - consequences and challenges
  3. Muharrem Hilmi  Erkoç,Uğur Doğan (Yildiz Technical University, Istanbul, Türkiye) Changes in Sea Level Along the Black Sea Coastline: Performance Evaluation of the Mann-Kendall Trend Analysis Method
  4. Dogan Ugur Sanli, Ece Uysal, Deniz Oz Demir, Huseyin Duman and D. Ugur Sanli (Yildiz Technical University, Istanbul, Türkiye) Assessing the Performance of Annual GNSS Campaigns for the Management of Rising Sea Levels
  5. Iwona Józefowicz, Hanna Michniewicz-Ankiersztajn, Mirosław Rurek (Kazimierz Wielki University, Bydgoszcz, Poland). Functions of blue spaces of anthropogenic origin in cities - the example of Bydgoszcz


10.25-12.05 (8.25-10.05 UTC) Keynote session IV Water recreation - linking people and nature

Chair: Sylwia Kulczyk and Marta Derek

  1. Zsombor Boromisza (Hungarian University of Agriculture and Life Sciences, Hungary) Climate risk of shallow touristic lakes: a case study of Lake Velence (Hungary)
  2. Marta Derek, Sylwia Kulczyk (University of Warsaw, Poland). How to use the concept of Cultural Ecosystem Services for tourism and recreation planning in Mazuria?
  3. Ilona Potocka (University of Adam Mickiewicz, Poznań, Poland) Tourism lakescape - tourism potential of landscape of water space and its surroundings.
  4. Julia Cymerys, Sandra Szmigel, Grażyna Furgała-Selezniow (University of Warmia and Mazury in Olsztyn, Poland). Tourist function of the shore zone of the Łańskie, Pluszne, Wulpińskie and Ukiel lakes
  5. István Egresi, Bianca Sorina Răcăşan (“Babeş-Bolyai” University Cluj-Napoca Romania) Inland water resorts: Main motivations to visit and satisfaction with the experience (Case study: Băile Figa, Romania)
  6. Zsofia Turnai, Bernadett, Horváthné Kovács (Hungarian University of Agriculture and Life Sciences,Kaposvár, Hungary) Impact of accessing tourism subsidies on related service development in Somogy County, Hungary- regional study


12:05-12:20 (10.05-10.20 UTC) Coffee break and special programme

12:20-13:45 (10.20-11.45 UTC) Keynote session V Engineering and environment protection.

Chair: Katarzyna Bernat

  1. Agnieszka Renman, Johan Wikström, Gunno Renman (KTH Royal Institute of Technology, Stockholm, Sweden). Treatment of phosphorus-loaded lake by closed-circuit hypolimnetic withdrawal through filter media
  2. Agnieszka Renman, Johan Wikström, Gunno Renman (KTH Royal Institute of Technology, Stockholm, Sweden). Capping with calcium-silicate sorbent for reduction of sediment-to-water fluxes of phosphorus   
  3. Frederico Aragão, Tom Jilbert, Gunno Renman, Agnieszka Renman, Leena Nurminen (University of Helsinki, Finland). Phosphorus retention mechanisms under a comparative performance analysis of Polonite and Rådasand for the treatment of hypolimnetic water of Lake Hönsan, Sweden
  4. Paulina Rusanowska, Marcin Zieliński, Marcin Dębowski, (University of Warmia and Mazury in Olsztyn, Poland). Effect of addition of extracellular polymers from activated sludge to culture of cyanobacterial biomass Arthrospira platensis
  5. Zebo Babakhanova, Gozal Tolipova, Odinakhon Faziljanova(Tashkent Institute of Chemical Technology) The Aral Sea crisis as an urgent need to improvement of the water resources management system in Central Asia


13:45-14:45 (11.45-12.45 UTC) Poster session

Chair: Renata Tandyrak

  1. Alqueva Lake in Portugal: examples of tourism experiences around the lake Rodrigues
  2. Application of GIS in land management the example of Ukraine Bratinova
  3. Aquatic animals in therapies. Dolphin Assisted Therapy (DAT) controversy and risks Mierzejewska, Targońska
  4. Cultural Development of Tourism and Recreation in the Jordan River Basin: An Overview of Challenges, Opportunities, and Sustainable Practices Bzour, Valánszki
  5. Definition of approaches to developing land management projects for co-owners of multi-apartment buildings: ukrainian realities Novakowska, Riabchii, Riabchii, Nazarenko
  6. Degradation of ukrainian lands due to military actions Belousova, Novakovska
  7. Features of creating a cartographic base at a scale of 1:2000 for urban territories in the digital software Novakovska, Bavrovska, Kondratenko
  8. Geolocation support for outdoor tourism Kaźmierczak, Kowalczyk, Grunwald
  9. Impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on tourism traffic and tourist behaviour of the inhabitants of the Warmińsko Mazurskie Voivodeship Kupren, Fydrych, Hakuć-Błażowska
  10. Investigating the territorial inequalities of Hungarian natural healing factors as medical tourism tools affecting human health using complex statistical measurements Hojcska, Szűcs, Bujdosó
  11. Kayaking tourism in the Suwałki area Bowszys, Kotnarowska, Jaworska
  12. Land use changes around Śniardwy Lake Dudzińska, Dawidowicz, Gross
  13. Loading of the shore zone of the Vänern and Vättern lakes in Sweden with infrastructure for water tourism Gromek, Furgała-Selezniow, Jankun-Woźnicka, Jaworska, Grzybowski
  14. Methodology of ensuring sustainable land use of Ukraine in the context of climate change Matvieieva, Groza, Novakovska, Ishchenko, Skrypnyk
  15. New technologies in water recreation concerning bathing sites Borkowski
  16. Organization of the land use territory for organic agriculture Abatullin, Sakal, Kharytonenko, Trokhymchuk
  17. Recreational function of municipal fountains on example of Olsztyn Tandyrak, Kalinowska, Hamera
  18. Restrictions and encumbrances in the use of land as a tool for the protection of water resources Ibatullin, Sakal, Kharytonenko, Riabova
  19. Restrictions on the use of agricultural lands in Ukraine for the protection of water resources Dorosh, Dorosh, Derkulskyi, Kabuzan
  20. Restructuring of agricultural land use in Ukraine Hunko
  21. Therapies and treatments using fish - risks and criticism Targońska, Mierzejewska
  22. Tourist use of the coastal sea waters in the Lofoten and Vesterålen region Jaworska, Bowszys, Jankun-Woźnicka, Furgała-Selezniow, Grzybowski
  23. Use of forest bathing waters as an alternative to develop tourism and nature education Korcz, Kobyłka
  24. Values of the medicinal bath place environment the importance of medicinal bath place-characteristics among Hungarians Hojcska, Gyurkó, Bujdosó
  25. Water tourism - kayaking Lewandowicz