IAHS Scientific Assembly 2017
10–14 July 2017
Port Elizabeth, South Africa
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Oral programme W3

W3

Modelling hydrological processes for prediction under change
Convener: Hafzullah Aksoy 
Co-Conveners: Bellie Sivakumar , Y. Chen , Hossein Tabari , Martijn Booij 
Session details
Oral programme
 / Tue, 11 Jul, 13:40–17:10 / Room C1
 / Wed, 12 Jul, 08:30–15:20 / Room B2
Poster programme
 / Attendance Tue, 11 Jul, 15:50–17:30 / Room B2
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Tuesday, 11 Jul 2017
Room: C1
Chairperson: Hafzullah Aksoy
General Modelling Issues

13:40–14:20
IAHS2017-376
Systemic approach to hydrological modelling: a historical perspective in the case of the GR models
Charles Perrin, Vazken Andréassian, and Guillaume Thirel
14:20–14:40
IAHS2017-195
Structure, connections, and dynamics of hydrologic systems: A complex networks perspective
Bellie Sivakumar
14:40–15:00
IAHS2017-291
Do small-scale hysteretic processes affect the larger-scale behavior of watersheds?
Shervan Gharari and Saman Razavi
15:00–15:20
IAHS2017-147
Hysteresis analysis for investigating storage-discharge dynamics: A case study of the Yangtze river basin
Kwok Pan Chun, Hok Sum Fok, Jordan Gonda, Qing He, and Thuan Chu
Coffee/tea break
Chairperson: Bellie Sivakumar
Specific Models / Case Studies

15:50–16:10
IAHS2017-109
A novel model for global hydrological simulation
Ganquan Mao and Junguo Liu
16:10–16:30
IAHS2017-276
Process refinements in HYPE model set-up for the Niger River basin
Jafet C.M. Andersson, Berit Arheimer, Farid Traoré, David Gustafsson, and Abdou Ali
16:30–16:50
IAHS2017-282
The Xin'anjiang Hydrological Model: Theory, Evolution and Application
Xingnan Zhang, Yuan-Hao Fang, and Bo Qu
16:50–17:10
IAHS2017-13
How to transfer a given calibrated parameter sets over time on a watershed?: Case of West and Central Africa
Samiratou Ouermi and Jean-Emmanuel Paturel

Wednesday, 12 Jul 2017
Room: B2
Chairperson: Martijn J. Booij
Climate Change and Impacts

08:30–08:50
IAHS2017-45
Modeling impacts of climate and land use change on hydropower generation and flood hazard of the Mono River basin, West Africa
Djan'na Koubodana Houteta and Ernest Amoussou
08:50–09:10
IAHS2017-75
Climate change impact assessment on floodplain dynamics in the upper Zambezi using a process-based distributed modelling approach
Markus Meinhardt, Sven Kralisch, Manfred Fink, Henry Zimba, Jörg Helmschrot, Melanie Fleischer, Daniel Butchart-Kuhlmann, Wilson Phiri, Anthony Chabala, and Imasiku Nyambe
09:10–09:30
IAHS2017-333
Identification of the “best” hydrological models for the simulation of climate change impact on blue water and green water availability in the Beninese Part of the Niger River Basin
Djigbo Felicien Badou, Bernd Diekkrüger, Aymar Bossa, Evison Kapangaziwiri, and Yacouba Yira
09:30–09:50
IAHS2017-362
GCM-related uncertainty in future environmental flows and flooding in the Upper Niger and Inner Niger Delta
Julian Thompson, Cedric Laize, Acreman Mike, Andrew Crawley, and Daniel Kingson
09:50–10:10
IAHS2017-371
Urban flooding in West African Cities Suburbs under climate change and land use change : case of Dakar in Senegal
Soussou Sambou
Coffee/tea break
Chairperson: Yangbo Chen
General Modelling Issues

10:40–11:00
IAHS2017-375
Can our models be run at any time step without caution? Diagnosis of structural modelling flaws through fluxes consistency
Andrea Ficchí, Charles Perrin, and Vazken Andréassian
11:00–11:20
IAHS2017-240
Representing the impact of agricultural water use on hydrology in semiarid regions – A distributed modelling approach in Southern African catchments
Melanie Fleischer, Sven Kralisch, Piet Kenabatho, Bjoern Pfennig, Manfred Fink, Joerg Helmschrot, Daniel Butchart-Kuhlmann, and Markus Meinhardt
11:20–11:40
IAHS2017-322
Determining the hydrological functioning of the endemic Palmiet wetlands in the Eastern Cape of South Africa
Jane Tanner, Caitlin Smith, Fred Ellery, and Denis Hughes
11:40–12:00
IAHS2017-79
Vadose zone model comparision for groundwater recharge simulations: The role of observation periods for dissimilar predictions
Christian Moeck, Jana Von Freyberg, and Mario Schirmer
12:00–12:20
IAHS2017-145
Modelling of channel transmission loss processes in semi-arid catchments of southern Africa using the Pitman Model
Vuyelwa Mvandaba, Denis Hughes, Evison Kapangaziwiri, Jean-Marc Mwenge Kahinda, and Nadia Oosthuizen
Lunch break
Droughts, precipitation, and evapotranspiration

13:40–14:20
IAHS2017-146
How can we better quantify drought in a warming climate?
Ashish Sharma, Mamun Rashid, and Fiona Johnson
14:20–14:40
IAHS2017-222
Contributions of precipitation and potential evapotranspiration to changes of drought in China
Dunxian She, Jun Xia, Liping Zhang, and Xiang Zhang
14:40–15:00
IAHS2017-259
Fuzzy and process modelling of contour ridge water dynamics
Alexander Mhizha and John Ndiritu
15:00–15:20
IAHS2017-325
Multivariable hydrological model performance assessment with remotely sensed evapotranspiration and rainfall in the Incomati River Basin
Carlos Chaguala, Webster Gumindoga, and Cletah Shoko