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Oral Programme HS2.18

HS2.18

Improving hypothesis testing in hydrology
Convener: FF Fenicia 
Co-Conveners: D. Kavetski , M. Clark 
Session details
Oral Programme
 / Thu, 26 Apr, 08:30–12:00  / Room 34
Poster Programme
 / Attendance Thu, 26 Apr, 17:30–19:00  / Hall A
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Thursday, 26 Apr 2012
Room 34
Chairperson: Fabrizio Fenicia
08:30–08:45
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Testing hypotheses of the functioning of a tropical catchment: evaluating the role of model-structural and observational uncertainties
I. Westerberg and C. Birkel
08:45–09:00
EGU2012-5767
Hypothesise to characterise? A process-driven hypothesis-testing approach to modelling flow and transport in a small catchment in Gårdsjön, Sweden using a particle based model.
J. Davies, K. Beven, L. Nyberg, and A. Rodhe
09:00–09:15
EGU2012-6860
Identification of possible structural error in hydrological models
S. K. Singh, A. Bárdossy, and H. McMillan
09:15–09:30
EGU2012-7934
Information flows in the process of hypothesis testing, insights from Solomonoff inductive inference
S.V. Weijs, N. van de Giesen, and M.B. Parlange
09:30–09:45
EGU2012-8039
Inferring the theoretical limitations of model structures to simulate runoff observations with a runoff-rainfall (sic!) model
M. Herrnegger and H.-P. Nachtnebel
09:45–10:00
EGU2012-9399
Model structure identification based on ensemble model evaluation
S. Van Hoey, J. van der Kwast, I. Nopens, P. Seuntjens, and F. Pereira
COFFEE BREAK
Chairperson: Dmitri Kavetski
10:30–10:45
EGU2012-11559
The limits of splitting: a framework to test model spatial distribution
F. Lobligeois, V. Andréassian, C. Perrin, and C. Loumagne
10:45–11:00
EGU2012-12243
Using large multi-basin models for hypothesis testing
G. Lindström, C. Donnelly, and B. Arheimer
11:00–11:15
EGU2012-8704
Comparative evaluation of different rainfall runoff models
P. Stanzel and H.P. Nachtnebel
11:15–11:30
EGU2012-12884
Considering obvious landscape features as a basis for hypothesis rejection in a poorly gauged catchment
P. Kraft, F. K. Barthold, H.-G. Frede, and L. Breuer
11:30–11:45
EGU2012-13249
Testing the hypothesis of temporal transferability for hydrological models parameters in a changing climate: results obtained on 300 mountainous catchments |
L. Coron, V. Andréassian, C. Perrin, M. Bourqui, and F. Hendrickx
11:45–12:00
EGU2012-13365
Hypothesis testing under uncertainty at the national scale: An application of the hydrological multi-modelling FUSE methodology for ~700 UK catchments.
N. A. Odoni and the others, with members of the NERC EVOp team