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Poster Programme GM2.5

GM2.5

Simplicity and complexity in evolution of coupled geomorphologic systems: concepts, models and applications
Convener: Margreth Keiler 
Co-Conveners: Johnny Douvinet , Derek Karssenberg , Arnaud Temme 
Session details
Oral Programme
 / Tue, 05 Apr, 13:30–17:00 / Room 21
Poster Programme
 / Attendance Tue, 05 Apr, 17:30–19:00 / Display Tue, 05 Apr, 08:00–19:30 / Hall A
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Display time: Tuesday, 05 Apr 08:00–19:30
Attendance Time: Tuesday, 05 Apr, 17:30–19:00
Hall A
Chairperson: Derek Karssenberg & Margreth Keiler
A106 EGU2011-3034
Langbein and Schumm revisited (withdrawn)
Mike Kirkby

A107
EGU2011-4019
Widespread Hortonian overland flow in deserts: is the classical argument applicable in the drylands of western New South Wales, Australia?
David Dunkerley

A108
EGU2011-1611
Hitherto undescribed pattern of rock cliff/talus development: The 'breach concept'.
Diethard Sanders

A109
EGU2011-12023
Can we predict and control complex, self-organized systems?
Margreth Keiler and Kirsten von Elverfeldt

A110
EGU2011-8181 | Presentation
Early warning of emergent connectivity on an eroding hillslope
Dave Favis-Mortlock

A111
EGU2011-12231
Early-warning signals in ecogeomorphology: the example of a hillslope system
Derek Karssenberg

A112
EGU2011-7139
Flow process identification in torrent catchments by geomorphological parameters in the Austrian Alps
Julia Eisl and Christian Scheidl

A113
EGU2011-10442
Classification and study of geomorphologic forms present in Serra das Mesas (Sabugal, Portugal). A first approach to identify the processes associated.
Victor Clamote, Jose Nobre, and Ana Gomes

A114 EGU2011-141
The structure and specific features of formation of floodplain wetlands in Amur Region (withdrawn)
Inga Voropaeva

A116
EGU2011-8836
Cellular automata modelling of future channel changes in a large gravel-beb river
Luca Ziliani, Nicola Surian, and Tom Coulthard

A117
EGU2011-10282
Form-process relations versus multi-process landscape evolution models
Arnaud Temme

A118
EGU2011-10271
Strategies for the set-up of a multi-process landscape evolution model.
Arnaud Temme, Jeroen Schoorl, and Lieven Claessens

A119
EGU2011-3277
Modelling the effects of climate change and sea-level rise on the evolution of incised coastal gullies.
Christopher Hackney, Prof. Stephen Darby, and Dr. Julian Leyland

A120
EGU2011-2100 | Presentation
Investigating valley spacing dynamics in linear mountain fronts through terrain numerical modeling
Domenico Capolongo, Alberto Refice, and Emanuele Giachetta

A121
EGU2011-880
Using a downscaled landscape evolution model to model plot scale soil erosion
Tom Coulthard, Greg Hancock, and John Lowry

A122
EGU2011-12499
A spatially distributed probabilistic model for forecasting river planform change of an alluvial mega-river
Niladri Gupta, Peter M. Atkinson, and Paul A. Carling

A123
EGU2011-9598
Unique Challenges in Modelling Post-mining Landforms Using Landform Evolution Models
Garry Willgoose and Greg Hancock

A124
EGU2011-1304
Geomorphic processes on coal tips in Belgium
Jan Nyssen, Dominiek Vermeersch, Stijn Diependaele, Jo Palmers, Matthias Vanmaercke, and Jean Poesen

A125
EGU2011-10467 | Presentation
Assessment of geomorphic risks and attractiveness for recreational purposes
Yulia Blinova and Andrey Bredikhin