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Cooperation of hydrologists from the Danube River Basin

Stevan Prohaska1, Mitja Brilly2, and Andrej Kryžanowski2 Stevan Prohaska et al.
  • 1Jaroslav Černi Institute for the Development of Water Resources, Belgrade, 1000, Serbia
  • 2University of Ljubljana, Ljubljana, 1000, Slovenia

Abstract. The development of the hydrology of The Danube River Basin has a long tradition from nineteen century and beyond. Cooperation in hydrology science started 1961 and up to day, 28 scientific conferences have been performed. Since 1975, cooperation between hydrologists of the Danube River Basin has been conducted within the framework of the International Hydrological Programme (IHP) of UNESCO and IHP National Committees established common Cooperation of the Danube River Countries. In addition, Cooperation produce several reports and two books. Cooperation IHP Danube propose common statements for further research and appeal for development water station network necessary for measurement of anthropogenic and climate change impacts.

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The development of the hydrology of The Danube River Basin has a long tradition from nineteen century and beyond. Scientists initiated cooperation in hydrology science at 1961 and up to day, 28 conferences have been performed. Since 1975, cooperation between hydrologists of the Danube River Basin has been conducted within the framework of the International Hydrological Programme (IHP) of UNESCO and IHP National Committees established common Cooperation of the Danube River Countries.
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