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Poster Programme GM6.2/HS9.6/SSS5.21

GM6.2/HS9.6/SSS5.21

Connectivity in water and sediment dynamics: how do we move forwards? (co-organized)
Convener: A. Parsons 
Co-Conveners: S.D. Keesstra , R.E.P. Pöppl , D. Dunkerley 
Session details
Oral Programme
 / Thu, 26 Apr, 08:30–12:00 / Room 21
Poster Programme
 / Attendance Fri, 27 Apr, 10:30–12:00 / Hall XL
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Attendance Time: Friday, 27 Apr, 10:30–12:00
Hall XL
Chairperson: Poeppl/Wainwright
XL99
EGU2012-664
Statistical approach to a better prediction of surface runoff
K. Auerswald, F. Winter, and M. Disse

XL100
EGU2012-3358
Insights into Runoff Provided by Infiltration Measurements made during Different Types of Rainstorms
J. Moody and B. Ebel

XL101
EGU2012-5124
Scale effect on overland flow connectivity, at the interill scale
A. Penuela Fernandez, C. Bielders, and M. Javaux

XL102
EGU2012-5811 | Presentation
The Multiple Interacting Pathways model - A scale-independent approach to modelling transport and flow in real soils and catchments
J. Davies and K. Beven

XL103
EGU2012-5836 | Presentation
Vegetation change in dryland environments: understanding changes in fluvial fluxes via changes in hydrological connectivity
A. Puttock, R.E. Brazier, J.A.J. Dungait, R. Bol, and C.J.A. Macleod

XL104 EGU2012-7023
Can a static metric for hydrologic connectivity improve predictions of instream water quality? (withdrawn)
D. Milledge, S.N. Lane, S. Reaney, and A.L. Heathwaite

XL105
EGU2012-7170
Shrub invasion of desert grassland increases the strength of system feedbacks through enhanced flow-path connectivity
L. Turnbull and J. Wainwright

XL106
EGU2012-8562
Soil erosion and surface runoff model SMODERP
P. Kavka, K. Vrana, and T. Dostal

XL107
EGU2012-9553
Characterising hydrological behaviour of springs draining different alpine formations
N. Volze, M. Smoorenburg, P. Kienzler, F. Naef, L. Rabenstein, and W. Kinzelbach

XL108
EGU2012-10483
Assessment of phosphorus transfer from agricultural lands to the surface water in France: definition of connectivity indices
M. Delmas, C. Gascuel-Odoux, O. Cerdan, D. Arrouays, and J.M. Mouchel

XL109
EGU2012-10841
The connectivity of hydrological pathways in a peatland headwater catchment; models of dynamic catchment connectivity under wet and dry conditions
C. Goulsbra and M. Evans

XL110
EGU2012-11018
Measuring, mapping and modeling deep subsurface stormflow contribution to the dampened flood response in a mountainous catchment
M. Smoorenburg, N. Volze, P.M. Kienzler, and F. Naef

XL111
EGU2012-12841
Assessment of Runoff Generation Processes on Hillslope Scale in semi-arid Environments of Northern Tanzania
G. Quénéhervé and M. Märker

XL112
EGU2012-12881
Post-fire effects on hydrological and erodibility factors in a simulated burn and rainfall experiment
S.D. Keesstra, L. Wittenberg, A. Voogt, E. Argaman, and D. Malkinson

XL113
EGU2012-13087
Structure differences as a possible mechanism for biomat flow
D. Korost, K. Gerke, and E. Skvortsova

XL114
EGU2012-13114
A successive-steady-state approach to integrated surface-subsurface modelling for runoff generation on the field scale
W.M. Appels, P.W. Bogaart, and S.E.A.T.M. van der Zee

XL115
EGU2012-13304
Up-scaling sediment connectivity: a PESERA application
B.J. Irvine and M.J. Kirkby

XL116 EGU2012-13377
Connectivity: quantification, simulation and manipulation (withdrawn)
P.F. Quinn, G.M. O’Donnell, and M.E. Wilkinson

XL117
EGU2012-13961
Longitudinal sediment-connectivity in a dammed river system using fine sediment analyses - a case study in the Kaja river, Lower Austria
R. Bertsch, R.E. Poeppl, and T. Glade