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Poster Programme HS2.17

HS2.17

Catchment Similarity and Organisation
Convener: S.A. Archfield 
Co-Conveners: T. Wagener , A. Castellarin , B. McGlynn , E. Zehe , U. Ehret , U. Scherer 
Session details
Oral Programme
 / Mon, 23 Apr, 13:30–17:00 / Room 33
Poster Programme
 / Attendance Mon, 23 Apr, 17:30–19:00 / Hall A
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Attendance Time: Monday, 23 Apr, 17:30–19:00
Hall A
Chairperson: Thorsten Wagener, Brian McGlynn, and Uwe Ehret
A138
EGU2012-471
Assessing anthropogenic pressure on catchments using the correlation dimension approach
M. Ma, G. Lischeid, C. Merz, and B. Thomas

A139
EGU2012-473
A Model for coupled heat and moisture transfer in permafrost regions of three rivers source areas, Qinghai, China
X.L. Wu, X.H. Xiang, C.H. Wang, and Q.Q. Shao

A140 EGU2012-1952
Selection of Reference Streamgages using Map Correlation Method for Western Blacksea Basin in Turkey (withdrawn)
E. Kentel and E. Kayra

A141
EGU2012-2351
Incorporating landscape classifications in hydrological conceptual models A case study for a central European meso-scale catchment
S. Gharari, M. Hrachowitz, F. Fenicia, and H. H. G. Savenije

A142
EGU2012-2567
Assessment of the FEH-ReFH Rainfall runoff model at the Miho catchment, Korea
H. Lee and J. Joo

A143
EGU2012-3575
Identification of hydrological similarities as a precondition for regionalization of model parameters for catchments in Lusatia, Germany
I. Pohle, H. Koch, and U. Grünewald

A144
EGU2012-5262
Which catchment properties determine runoff behavior in small catchments?
B. D. Thomas, G. Lischeid, J. Steidl, and R. Dannowski

A145
EGU2012-5535
New morphometric properties for channel network classification using the graph theory and DEM
R. Moussa, F. Colin, M. Rabotin, and A; Crabit

A146
EGU2012-6516
Catchments as simple dynamical systems: uncertainty, calibration and catchment characteristics
A.J. Teuling, S.W. van Berkum, R. Uijlenhoet, S.I. Seneviratne, and I. Lehner

A147
EGU2012-6904
Can smarter calibration and regionalisation of rainfall-runoff models improve prediction of low-flows in tropical catchments?
C. Petheram, P. Rustomji, and F.H.S. Chiew

A148
EGU2012-7367 | Presentation
A similarity approach for the regionalization of hydrological model parameter sets
M. Wallner, J. Dietrich, and U. Haberlandt

A149
EGU2012-7992
Hydrograph transposition to ungauged basins from neighbouring and nested basins
A. de Lavenne, C. Cudennec, and H. Boudhraa

A150
EGU2012-8042
Streamflow velocity estimation in GIUH-type approach: what can neighbouring basins tell us?
A. de Lavenne and C. Cudennec

A151
EGU2012-8766
Spatial modelling of soil properties within an experimental catchment
P. Lizama, M. Broer, A. Eder, J. Parajka, and P. Strauss

A152
EGU2012-9785
A sediment structure model for describing the 3D spatial distribution of soil hydraulic properties of an artificial catchment using pedotransfer functions
T. Maurer, R. Bartsch, A. Schneider, and H.H. Gerke

A153
EGU2012-10716 | Presentation
Numerical and analytical solution of diffusion wave approximation for surface water routing in a distributed hydrological model
T. Berezowski, O. Batelaan, and J. Chormanski

A154
EGU2012-11530
Calibration at regional scale for rainfall-runoff modeling in ungauged catchments.
E. Montosi, A. Montanari, E. Toth, J. Parajka, and G. Blöschl

A155
EGU2012-11717
Data-driven catchment classification: combining linear and non-linear approaches to improve hydrological predictions in ungauged catchments
M. Di Prinzio, A. Castellarin, and E. Toth

A156
EGU2012-11719
Modelling the hydraulic and geochemical evolution of a hillslope transect
U. Maier, M. Flegr, H. Rügner, B. Selle, and P. Grathwohl

A157
EGU2012-12174
Empirical relations between catchment characteristics and discharge patterns in Sweden
G. Lindström, J. Dahné, and B. Arheimer

A158
EGU2012-12431
The combined effect of topography and vegetation on the temporal evolution of catchment connectivity
F. Nippgen, B.L. McGlynn, and R.E. Emanuel

A159
EGU2012-13909
A top-down modelling approach to understand hydrologic similarity
K. Sawicz, T. Wagener, M. Sivapalan, P. Troch, and G. Carrillo

A160
EGU2012-13910
Transferring rainfall runoff model parameters to ungauged catchments: Does the metric by which hydrologic similarity is defined actually matter?
R. Singh, S.A. Archfield, T. Wagener, and R.M. Vogel

A161
EGU2012-14254
Maximizing power to constrain simple conceptual models
M. Westhoff and E. Zehe

A162
EGU2012-14283
Hydrological functional unit identification - linking observables and concepts towards a minimal adequate catchment representation
C. Jackisch

A163
EGU2012-14287
Identification of catchment functional units by time series of multi-spectral and thermal remote sensing images
B. Müller and K. Schulz

A164
EGU2012-14288
Analysing the spatio-temporal organization of sediment dynamics at the hillslope scale using a process based erosion model
U. Scherer, E. Zehe, U. Ehret, and A. Kleidon