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PICOs HS3.3

HS3.3

Open Source Computing in HydrologyPICO Session
Convener: Attilio Castellarin 
Co-Conveners: Jan Seibert , Paolo Paron , Martinus van den Berg , Margherita Di Leo , Ann van Griensven 
Session details
PICOs
 / Tue, 29 Apr, 13:30–14:16 / PICO Spot 1
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Tuesday, 29 Apr 2014
PICO Spot 1
Chairperson: Attilio Castellarin
13:30–13:40 PICO1.1
EGU2014-10327
HydRology
Edzer Pebesma
Data processing, preparation and reuse

13:40–13:42 PICO1.2
EGU2014-10052
Managing hydrological measurements for small and intermediate projects: RObsDat
Dominik E. Reusser
13:42–13:44 PICO1.3
EGU2014-6308
wradlib - an Open Source Library for Weather Radar Data Processing
Thomas Pfaff, Maik Heistermann, and Stephan Jacobi
13:44–13:46 PICO1.4
EGU2014-15456
Automatic set up of SHETRAN for catchments in Great Britain
Elizabeth Lewis, Chris Kilsby, and Hayley Fowler
13:46–13:48 PICO1.5
EGU2014-12645
Sharing Water-related Information to Tackle Changes in the Hydrosphere - for Operational Needs (SWITCH-ON)
Berit ARHEIMER
Modelling

13:48–13:50 PICO1.6
EGU2014-3810
An open-source distributed mesoscale hydrologic model (mHM)
Luis Samaniego, Rohini Kumar, Matthias Zink, Stephan Thober, Juliane Mai, Matthias Cuntz, David Schäfer, Martin Schrön, Jude Musuuza, Vladyslav Prykhodko, Giovanni Dalmasso, Sabine Attinger, Diana Spieler, Oldrich Rakovec, John Craven, and Ben Langenberg
13:50–13:52 PICO1.7
EGU2014-14007
The Wageningen Lowland Runoff Simulator (WALRUS): implementation and application to the freely draining Hupsel Brook catchment and controlled Cabauw polder
Claudia Brauer, Paul Torfs, Ryan Teuling, and Remko Uijlenhoet
13:52–13:54 PICO1.8
EGU2014-5605
Jump reconstruction in diffusive shallow water modeling
Tullio Tucciarelli and Fernanda Ribeiro Reis
13:54–13:56 PICO1.9
EGU2014-10038
An open source package of enhanced degree-day (hourly) models.
Giuseppe Formetta, Stephanie K. Kampf, Olaf David, and Riccardo Rigon
13:56–13:58 PICO1.10
EGU2014-12863
Development of an integrated modelling framework: comparing client-server and demand-driven control flow for model execution
Oliver Schmitz, Derek Karssenberg, Kor de Jong, Jean-Luc de Kok, and Steven M. de Jong
13:58–14:00 PICO1.11
EGU2014-15822 | Presentation
Integrating an open source dynamic river model in hydrology modeling frameworks
Frank Liu and Ben Hodges
14:00–14:02 PICO1.12
EGU2014-14543
Multi-Hydro: towards a hydrological and hydraulic modelling of peri-urban catchment.
Agathe Giangola-Murzyn, Auguste Gires, Abdellah Ichiba, Julien Richard, Daniel Schertzer, and Ioulia Tchiguirinskaia
14:02–14:04 PICO1.13
EGU2014-6237
Open-Source Software for Analytic Modeling of Transient Groundwater flow Using Interactive IPython Notebooks (withdrawn)
Mark Bakker
Water resources management and planning

14:04–14:06 PICO1.14
EGU2014-11652
ArcNEMO, a spatially distributed nutrient emission model developed in Python to quantify losses of nitrogen and phosphorous from agriculture to surface waters
Mattias Van Opstal, Mia Tits, Veronique Beckers, Okke Batelaan, Jos Van Orshoven, Annemie Elsen, Jan Diels, Tom D'heygere, and Kor Van Hoof
14:06–14:08 PICO1.15
EGU2014-12783
An Open Source approach to automated hydrological analysis of ungauged drainage basins in Serbia using R and SAGA
Nikola Zlatanovic, Irina Milovanovic, and Jelena Cotric
14:08–14:10 PICO1.16
EGU2014-11334
Open-Source as a strategy for operational software - the case of Enki
Sjur Kolberg and Oddbjørn Bruland
14:10–14:12 PICO1.17
EGU2014-10624
Exceedance Probabilities of Envelope-Curves: the R-package “pREC”
Attilio Castellarin, Alessio Pugliese, and Björn Guse
14:12–14:14 PICO1.18
EGU2014-7140
Flood hazard mapping using open source hydrological tools
Daniel Tollenaar, Lex Wensveen, Hessel Winsemius, and Jaap Schellekens
14:14–14:16 PICO1.19
EGU2014-14643
Open source 3D visualization and interaction dedicated to hydrological models
Julien Richard, Agathe Giangola-Murzyn, Auguste Gires, Ioulia Tchiguirinskaia, and Daniel Schertzer