Attendance Time: Thursday, 23 April 2009, 17:30–19:00
Hall A
Chairperson: Dimitri Solomatine

A150

EGU2009495
Estimation of drain spacing using artificial neural network and fuzzy logic
G. Golmohammadi, M. Salami, and K. Mohammadi


A151

EGU2009679
Daily streamflow forecasting using PSOBP neural network
A. SEDKI and D. OUAZAR


A152

EGU2009832
Computerbased technology for elaboration of morphometric characteristics of Volga reservoirs
E. Shikunova


A153

EGU20091040
Using of Hydrodynamic Model for the Support of Decision Making Process in Water Management and Flood Risk Assessment of Lower Kuban River, Russia
O. Ermolaeva, A. Zeiliguer, and A. Buber


A154

EGU20093606
Evaluation of multialgorithm optimization approach in multiobjective rainfallrunoff calibration
M. Shafii and F. De Smedt


A155

EGU20093652
Maximum Daily Discharge Prediction using Multi Layer Perceptron Network
M. Rezaeian Zadeh, H. Abghari, N. van de Giesen, A. Nikian, and N. Niknia


A156

EGU20093701
Hydraulic shock waves in an inclined chute contraction
C.D. Jan and C.J. Chang


A157

EGU20094125
Application of three dimensional geological models to hydrogeology
M. Dong, C. Neukum, and R. Azzam


A158

EGU20094508
A simplified Procedure to Separate Input and Parameter Uncertainty in Hydrological Modelling
(withdrawn)
H. Shbaita and M. Rode


A159

EGU20095657
Exploring biological, chemical and geomorphological patterns in fluvial ecosystems with Structural Equation Modelling
S. Bizzi, B. Surridge, and D.N: Lerner


A160

EGU20097829
Stochastic reservoir optimisation using a multiobjective genetic algorithm and conditioning inflow on El Niño information
(withdrawn)
E. Gelati, H. Madsen, and D. Rosbjerg


A161

EGU20097942
Testing calibration routines for LISFLOOD, a distributed hydrological model
B. Pannemans


A162

EGU20098257
Application of artificial neural network to simulation of rainfall runoff modeling
(withdrawn)
Z. Toofani nejad, K. Asghari, and GH.A. Kamali


A163

EGU20099401
The application of GEOtop for catchment scale hydrology in Ireland
C. Lewis, X Xu, J Albertson, and G Kiely


A164

EGU20099572
An hydrogeological webgis platform for water resource management and consensus reaching at the basin scale
A. Pierleoni, M. Bellezza, L. Casagrande, and S. Casadei


A165

EGU200910337
Analysis of Monthly Flow Duration Curves
E. Baltas


A166

EGU200910966
Neural networks forecast in small catchments with transfer of network parameters
P. Maca, V. Havlicek, M. Hermanovsky, S. Horacek, and P. Pech


A167

EGU200911415
Theoretical and Mathematical Considerations in the Development of a Compton Scattering Tomography System for Soil Studies
(withdrawn)
O.O Adejumo and F.A Balogun


A168

EGU200911906
Heuristic search and mathematical programming in design of water distribution networks
M. Cisty and Z. Bajtek


A169

EGU200912055
Evaluation of heuristic search methods for water distribution systems optimization
M. Cisty and Z. Bajtek


A170

EGU200912712
Weather radar measurements in datadriven rainfallrunoff models
R. Teschl, W. L. Randeu, and F. Teschl


A171

EGU200913584
GeoMHYDAS: A discretization procedure of cultivated landscapes for distributed hydrological modelling
P. Lagacherie and M. Rabotin


A172

EGU200913886
Multimodel forecasting: using gene expression programming to develop explicit equations for rainfallrunoff modelling combinations
R.J. ABRAHART, A.Y. SHAMSELDIN, and D.A.K. FERNANDO


A173

EGU20094259
Neural network modelling of CIMISET0 (revisited)
R.J. ABRAHART and N. AB GHANI


A174

EGU20095511
Neural network hydrological modelling: on questions of overfitting, overtraining and overparameterisation
R.J. ABRAHART, C.W. DAWSON, A.J. HEPPENSTALL, and L.M. SEE


A175

EGU20097216
HydroTest: orthogonal metrics applied to 20 hydrological stations in South America
C.W. Dawson, R.J. Abrahart, and E. Domínguez


A176

EGU20091790
ANFIS: analysis of transparent components in ten time series models developed on four sets of observed river level records for the River Ouse in England
N. AB GHANI and R.J. ABRAHART


A177

EGU20096164
Applying a Genetic Programming Approach to River Flow Forecasting
A.Y. Shamseldin, R.J. Abrahart, L.M. See, and C.W. Dawson


A178

EGU20092048
TakagiSugenoKang fuzzy models of the rainfallrunoff transformation
A P Jacquin and A Y Shamseldin


A179

EGU20096773
How does the 6hour lead time flood forecast issued by the M5 model tree for the Krka River really look like?
L. Stravs and M. Brilly


A180

EGU200912270
Low flow forecasting with data driven models that include and models that do not include hydrological knowledge  a comparison study
L. Stravs and M. Brilly
