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Orals HS1.4

HS1.4

(Ir-)relevant scales in hydrology: Which scales matter for water resources management?
Convener: Axel Bronstert 
Co-Conveners: Andreas Hartmann , Bettina Schaefli 
Session details
Orals
 / Wed, 26 Apr, 15:30–16:45 / Room B
Posters
 / Attendance Wed, 26 Apr, 17:30–19:00 / Hall A
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Wednesday, 26 Apr 2017
Room: B
Chairperson: Bettina Schaefli
15:30–15:45
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16:00–16:15
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Jens Christian Refsgaard
16:15–16:30
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Thorsten Wagener
16:30–16:45
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