Contributions dealing with traditional vs. new forms of education (social learning) which foster inter- and transdisciplinary cooperation as a prerequisite for sustainable development; tertiary education of adults.

This article deals with the Danube River and the different features and processes it inherits. This includes the riverbed, emerging land and rocks in the riverbed, different kinds of water within the river, ice on stream and lake, debris and bedload, the danube as way for navigation and structures in the water as well as weather and wind in regard to the Danube River.

The Danube at Linz and its regulation

Article in journal

This article describes the development of the Danube River at the city of Linz. It gives insight on how industry dealt with the branching river, how the river bed evolved and when incision starts, about mean, low and high flow events as well as changes in flow velocity. A great number of flood events as well as ice development on the Danube River, bed load and water pollution are also described. The article ends with flood protection measures and the developing water usage for power generation.

This study focused on human-otter interactions in Slovenia. The aim of the study was to obtain data about secondary-school students' knowledge of and attitudes toward the Eurasian otter (Lutra lutra) and its conservation. The survey was carried out in fall 2008 and winter 2008-09 and included 273 teenagers. Their average age was 15.57 (SD = 1.01, Min = 13, Max = 19). The sample consisted of 92 (33.7%) males and 181 (66.3%) females.

Sustainable river basin management depends on knowledge, skills and education. The DANCERS project set out to identify feasible options for achieving education for sustainable water management across the Danube river basin, and its integration with broader education and economic development.