Poster Programme HS5.7/GM8.4

HS5.7/GM8.4

Heterogeneity of catchment processes at multiple scales - benchmarking observations, conceptualisation and prediction (co-organized)
Convener: D. Tetzlaff  | Co-Conveners: M.J. Kirkby , H. Laudon , McGuire 
Oral Programme
 / Thu, 23 Apr, 08:30–12:00  / Room 31
Poster Programme
 / Attendance Thu, 23 Apr, 17:30–19:00  / Hall A

Attendance Time: Thursday, 23 Apr, 17:30–19:00
Hall A
Chairperson: Tetzlaff, Laudon, Carey, Kirkby
A243
EGU2009-7500
Connectivity of cultivated areas in bocage watersheds
V. VIEL, J. DOUVINET, D. DELAHAYE, and P. LE GOUEE

A244
EGU2009-10451
Recession analysis of the Hupselse Beek catchment, The Netherlands
C.C. Brauer, J.N.M. Stricker, P.M.M. Warmerdam, and R. Uijlenhoet

A245
EGU2009-6285
Multiscale investigation of catchment functioning using environmental tracers: Insights from the mesoscale Attert basin in Luxembourg
S. Wrede, L. Pfister, A. Krein, T.A. Bogaard, H.H.G. Savenije, and S. Uhlenbrook

A246
EGU2009-3637
Assessing the spatio-temporal variability in the small tributaries of the River Wyre
I.W. Marshall, C.J. Roadknight, M.C. Price, and H Li

A247
EGU2009-12467
Self-reinforcing preferential flow paths: The influence of rainfall redistribution in the forest canopy
T. Blume and E. Zehe

A248
EGU2009-2745
The role of local heterogeneity in transport through steep hillslopes.
A. Fiori and D. Russo

A249
EGU2009-2902
A nested observation and model approach to non linear groundwater surface water interactions.
Y. van der Velde, J.C. Rozemeijer, and G.H. de Rooij

A250
EGU2009-10953
Comparing Flow Mechanism Hypothesis with Mobility Data of Natural Tracers
M. Sanda, Z. Chárová, D. Zumr, and M. Císlerová

A251 EGU2009-2633
Variability in space and time of water and solute delivery to the stream network (withdrawn)
P. Szeftel, M. Weiler, R.D. Moore, and G. Jost

A252
EGU2009-6587
Estimating the mean transit time of runoff water during storm flow using the step shift of chloride input following forest cutting at a headwater catchment in Japan
T. Oda, Y. Asano, N. Ohte, and M. Suzuki

A253
EGU2009-421
Multi-scale assessment of hydrological behaviour using tracer and GIS techniques in mesoscale catchments in Scotland
R. Capell, D. Tetzlaff, C. Soulsby, and A. Hartley

A254
EGU2009-3022
Using the stream order to model the internal structure and function of the wetlands within a catchment from the headwater to the sea
P. Merot, C. Walter, O. Montreuil, and B. Mourier

A255
EGU2009-3996
Conceptualizing and upscaling process understanding of the hydrological and biogeochemical functioning of larger catchments
M. Speed, D. Tetzlaff, J.J. Dawson, M. Hrachowitz, S. Waldron, I.A. Malcolm, S.M. Dunn, and C. Soulsby

A256
EGU2009-13462
Incorporating a Spatially Dynamic Conceptualization of Dominant Processes into Hydrological Models
C. Birkel, D. Tetzlaff, S.M. Dunn, and C. Soulsby

A257
EGU2009-4719
Comparing different approaches to parameterize sub-grid scale variability of topography
R.T.W.L. Hurkmans, P.W. Bogaart, R. Uijlenhoet, and P.A. Troch

A258
EGU2009-9218
Numerical analysis of ponding and surface runoff in flat areas due to microtopography
W.M. Appels, P.W. Bogaart, and S.E.A.T.M. van der Zee

A259 EGU2009-857
The hydrological model “Hydrograph” – a unified approach to the representation of catchment heterogeneity in different climate and landscape zones (withdrawn)
O. Semenova

A260
EGU2009-4509
Sources and sinks of water and sediment in a Mediterranean landscape: an example of connectivity from the Guadelentin area, SE Spain
L.P.H. van Beek and L.H. Cammeraat

A261
EGU2009-6103
A distributed water level network in ephemeral river reaches to identify hydrological processes within anthropogenic catchments
B. Sarrazin, I. Braud, M. Lagouy, JS. Bailly, C. Puech, and H. Ayroles