Poster Programme HS10.2/NH2.5

HS10.2/NH2.5

Flash flood events: observations, processes and forecasting (co-organized)
Convener: M. Borga  | Co-Conveners: G. T. Aronica , G. Blöschl , J. Szolgay , R. Weingartner 
Oral Programme
 / Mon, 20 Apr, 08:30–12:00  / Room 32
Poster Programme
 / Attendance Mon, 20 Apr, 17:30–19:00  / Hall A

Attendance Time: Monday, 20 Apr, 17:30–19:00
Hall A
Chairperson: Lorenzo Marchi
A315
EGU2009-2350
Flash floods as geomorphic crisis: lessons from recent events in the Paris Basin (France)
J. Douvinet

A316
EGU2009-2920
Estimation of extremely high runoff of the Selška Sora River after the storm of 18 September 2007
M. Kobold and M. Brilly

A317
EGU2009-3745
A simple method of estimating flash flood peak discharge in a poorly gauged basin
I. K. Tsanis and A. G. Koutroulis

A318
EGU2009-5111
Post event flash flood analysis in ungauged watersheds
N.M. Papastefanakis, I.K. Tsanis, and I.N. Daliakopoulos

A319
EGU2009-5589
Improving the Flash Flood Frequency Analysis using dendrogeomorphological evidences in the Arenal River crossing Arenas de San Pedro Village (Spanish Central System)
V. Ruiz-Villanueva, J. A. Ballesteros, A. Díez-Herrero, and J.M. Bodoque

A320
EGU2009-5733
Extreme Flooding in Urban Environments: Analyses from the Baltimore Ecosystem Study
K.L. Meierdiercks, J.A. Smith, G. Villarini, A.J. Miller, and M.L. Baeck

A321
EGU2009-6614
Sensitivity of hydrological response of medium ungauged catchments to rainfall fields estimation and soil variabilities in the context of flash floods
S. Anquetin, C. Manus, I. Braud, P. Viallet, B. Boudevillain, and J.D. Creutin

A322
EGU2009-7407
A Study of Two Heavy Precipitation Events in the North-Eastern Romania
C. Oprea, Gh Stancalie, G Tiron, and S Tascu

A323
EGU2009-8074
Simulating rainfall-runoff dynamics of selected flash flood events in Slovakia using the KLEM hydrological model
O. Horvat, K. Hlavcova, S. Kohnova, J. Szolgay, and R. Remiasova

A324
EGU2009-8267
Hydrological and hydrometeorological analysis of the September 26 2007 flash flood event in the metropolitan area of Venice
A. Rossa, T. Settin, and M. Borga

A325
EGU2009-8318
On the sensitivity of flood peak timing to spatial aggregation of rainfall
M. Borga, M. Sangati, A. Viglione, G. Blöschl, and R. Woods

A326
EGU2009-8362
Space-time rainfall variability, flash floods and debris flows in the upper Adige river basin
E. Preciso, L. Marchi, M. Borga, and M. Sangati

A327
EGU2009-9645
Problems related to natural drainage channels in urban areas during flash flood events
A. Cantisani, V. Comuniello, L. Giosa, G. Oliveto, and A. Sole

A328
EGU2009-10190
An Intensive Post Event Campaign (IPEC) on the extreme flash flood which affected the Starzel river (Germany) on the 2nd of June 2008
E. Gaume and the HYDRATE team

A329
EGU2009-10304
Analysis the flash floods occurred in the South Tyne river watershed (United Kingdom) on the 17th of July 2007
V. Bain, D. Milan, E. Preciso, and E. Gaume

A330
EGU2009-10578
Simple scaling of extreme short-term rainfall for flood risk estimation in Slovakia
M. Bara, L. Gaal, S. Kohnova, J. Szolgay, and K. Hlavcova

A331
EGU2009-10740
Flood frequency approach in a Mediterranean Flash Flood basin. A case study in the Besòs catchment
D. Velasco, F. Zanon, C. Corral, D. Sempere-Torres, and M. Borga

A332
EGU2009-11186
Sediment transport during flash flood events on an intermittent river: an experimental laboratory study.
H. Moustabachir, N. Chahinian, N. Romieux, J. Vittenet, E. Gayrard, and MG. Tournoud

A333
EGU2009-11909
Flash floods simulation in small basins, using a two -dimensional hydraulic model
Dr Barbuc Mihai and Drd Matreata Simona

A334
EGU2009-11982
Flash Flood Risk Perception in an Italian Alpine Region. From Research into Adaptive Strategies.
A. Scolobig, B. De Marchi, and M. Borga