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Dear Colleagues,

As the summer of 2018 has shown, the hydrological regime is very 
sensitive and vulnerable to climate variations. Climate change, as a 
long-term trend, is
known to negatively affect water resources, a trend which may be 
worsened due to the present-day
pressure on water, and the lack of reliable water management systems.
It is against this background that the "Symposium on Climate Change and 
the Hydrological Regime: Integrating
Planning, Governance and Geo-Information Technologies" is being 
organized by the University of
Novi Sad (Serbia), University of Banja Luka (Bosnia and Herzegovina), 
the Research and Transfer
Centre “Sustainable Development and Climate Change Management” of the 
Hamburg University of
Applied Sciences (Germany), and the International Climate Change 
Information and Research
Programme (ICCIRP). It aims are:

     I. to provide research institutions, universities, NGOs, government 
agencies and enterprises from the region with an opportunity to display 
and present their works in the field of climate change and the 
hydrological regime;
     II. to foster the exchange of information, ideas and experiences 
acquired in the execution of projects, especially successful initiatives 
and good practice across geographical regions;
     III. to discuss methodological approaches and experiences deriving 
from case studies and projects, which aim to show how climate resilience 
may be enhanced in practice;
     IV. to network the participants and provide a platform so they can 
explore possibilities for cooperation.

Last but not least, a further aim of the event will be to document and 
disseminate the wealth of experiences available today. To
this purpose, the book “Climate Change and the Hydrological Regime: 
integrating, planning, governance and geo-information”
will be published, with all accepted papers. This will be a further 
volume of the award-winning
book series “Climate Change Management” published by Springer, which 
since its creation in
2008 has become the world´s leading book series on climate change 
The details are available at: