Lectures Final Conference

The slides of the final conference (02./03.07.2015) give an overview about the LIFE programme, groundwater protection in Europe, the MAGPlan project and its results

The new LIFE Programme 2014-2020

Hervé Martin (DG Environment) about EU funding by LIFE

Elements of the integral approach in the Water Framework and Groundwater Drective (German)

Johannes Grath, Enviroment Agency Austria

Groundwater protection in the context of German federal soil protection law (German)

Andreas Bieber, Federal Ministry for the Environment, Nature Conservation, Building and Nuclear Safety, Bonn

From integral pumping test to a groundwater management plan – 20 years of the integral groundwater remediation (German)

Thomas Ertel, et - environment and technology, Esslingen

The hydrogeological model – understanding the local system and relevant processes (German)

Wolfgang Ufrecht, City of Stuttgart, Department for Environmental Protection

Spatial redox-characterisation for numerical modelling of biological degradation (German)

Uli Schollenberger, BoSS Consult GmbH, Stuttgart

Microbial degradation – investigation methods and results (German)

Kathrin Schmidt, Water Technology Center, Karlsruhe

Numerical flow and transport model (German)

Ulrich Lang, Ingenieurgesellschaft Prof. Kobus und Partner GmbH, Stuttgart

Reactive transport modelling and prognosis (German)

Wolfgang Schäfer, Steinbeis GmbH & Co. KG für Technologietransfer, Stuttgart

Online visualisation - effective support for project work by MAG-IS (German)

Sandra Vasin, City of Stuttgart, Department for Environmental Protection

The groundwater management plan for Stuttgart (German)

Hermann J. Kirchholtes, City of Stuttgart, Department for Environmental Protection

From “search of traces” to a vitreous aquifer - public relations in MAGPlan (German)

Ulrike Schweizer, Drees & Sommer AG, Stuttgart

Comprehensive contaminant management – contribution of LUBW to LIFE-project MAGPlan (German)

Iris Blankenhorn, Baden-Württemberg State Institute for Environment, Measurements nad Nature Conservation, Karlsruhe

Common Forum's perspective on future needs for a more integrative approach and opportunities provided within the European Funding Instruments

Dominique Darmendrail, BRGM, Paris, France

Experience and tools from Italy for the characterization of complex contaminations in urban areas- PLUMES Project

Luca Alberti, DICA Politecnico Milano, Italy

Urban hydrogeology and improved management of contaminated highly productive alluvial aquifers

Joerg Prestor – Project INCOME, Geological Survey of Slovenia

Project INSPIRATION – integral soil and site management (German)

Detlef Grimski – Project INSPIRATION, Umweltbundesamt, Dessau-Roßlau