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Poster programme AvH10


Water-Food-Energy River and Society in the Tropics
Oral programme
 / Wed, 18 Nov, 09:30–16:30  / Room Conference room
 / Thu, 19 Nov, 09:30–16:30  / Room Conference room
 / Fri, 20 Nov, 09:30–16:00  / Room Conference room
Poster programme
 / Attendance Wed, 18 Nov, 12:30–13:30  / Display Wed, 18 Nov, 09:30–Fri, 20 Nov, 14:00  / Poster area

Display time: Wednesday, 18 November 2015 09:30–Friday, 20 November 14:00
Attendance Time: Wednesday, 18 November 2015, 12:30–13:30
Poster area
P1 AvH10-15
Forecasting urban water supply system signals: application of nonlinear data driven tools based on machine learning and information theoretic measures (withdrawn)
John Quilty and Jan Adamowski

AvH10-19 | presentation
Trends in summer hydrological droughts in Czechia with respect to the scaling hypothesis
Ondrej Ledvinka

AvH10-31 | presentation
A pioneering measurement station for the estimation of surface flow velocities from digital video acquisitions
Flavia Tauro, Maurizio Porfiri, Andrea Petroselli, Lorenzo Giandomenico, Guido Bernardi, Francesco Mele, Domenico Spina, and Salvatore Grimaldi

AvH10-32 | presentation
Experimental LSPIV configurations for flow observations
Flavia Tauro, Ettore Arcangeletti, Gabriele Mocio, Giorgio Olivieri, Angelo Orlando, Andrea Petroselli, Maurizio Porfiri, Silvia Cremonese, Matteo Cesca, and Salvatore Grimaldi

Projecting Changes in Tanzania Rainfall for the 21st century
Francesco Cioffi, Federico Rosario Conticello, and Upmanu Lall

P6 AvH10-45
Impact Assessment of the Proposed Water Resources Development Projects in the Blue Nile Basin on Nile Flow at Aswan (withdrawn)
Osama Tarabih

An integrated modeling approach to support management decisions of coupled bio-physical and socio-economic processes under multiple uncertainties
Yohannes Hagos Subagadis, Niels Schütze, and Jens Grundmann

Energy and Reservoir Management for optimized Use of Water Resources. A case study within the Water-Food-Energy context of Nexus in the Nile River basin.
Athanasia Tatiana Stamou and Peter Rutschmann

Stationary vs non-stationary analysis of extreme rainfall in Addis Ababa
Francesco De Paola, Maurizio Giugni, Antonio Annis, and Fernando Nardi