Attendance Time: Wednesday, 22 April 2009, 17:30–19:00
Hall A

A135

EGU2009-468 Water flow in fractured rock masses: numerical modeling for tunnel inflow assessment
P Gattinoni, L Scesi, and S Terrana

Hall A

A136

EGU2009-1453 Reconstitution of the local tectonic and geodynamic history to study the fluid transfers in a carbo-gaseous aquifer (Quezac-Southern Massif Central France) V. Durand, V. Léonardi, B. Deffontaines, and J.-C. Macquar

Hall A

A137

EGU2009-2886 Modelling conduit-matrix exchange processes in a karst aquifer
J. Kordilla, T. Geyer, T. Graf, and M. Sauter

Hall A

A138

EGU2009-3638 Estimation of recession curve of karst spring hydrograph: example of the spring Gradole V. Denić-Jukić, K. Kuštera, and D. Jukić

Hall A

A139

EGU2009-3673 A Direct Time-Domain Particle Tracking Method for Modeling Solute Transport in a Network of Fractures
H.-S. Lee and T.-S. Liou

Hall A

A140

EGU2009-4368 Hydrodinamic interactions between karst conduits and matrix: some example from Classical Karst
F. CUCCHI, W. BOSCHIN, L. VISINTIN, and L. ZINI

Hall A

A141

EGU2009-5169 Separation of climate- and geology-induced variations in the hydrological response of a regional karstified aquifer: determination of a geologic transfer function S. Slimani, N. Massei, J-P. Dupont, J. Mesquita, and B. Laignel

Hall A

A142

EGU2009-6956 Karstification, Caves and Karst Aquifers on the Adriatic Islands (Croatia) M. Garasic and J. Terzic

Hall A

A143

EGU2009-7169 Failsafe data transfer of important hydrological values for early warning systems E. Klock, H. Stadler, G. Pevny, A. Jakubiec, and P. Skritek

Hall A

A144

EGU2009-7230 Evolution of isolated caves in porous limestone by mixing corrosion: A model approach.
W. Dreybrodt, D. Romanov, and G. Kaufmann

Hall A

A145

EGU2009-9219 Hydraulic characterization of a fractured carbonatic aquifer using pumping test data - an example from the Eastern Alps (Austria) E. Masser, G. Winkler, and S. Birk

Hall A

A146

EGU2009-9255 Responses of artificial and natural tracers to a storm event in a karst catchment with allogenic recharge (Lurbach, Austria)
S. Oswald, R. Benischke, A. Leis, G. Winkler, E. Klock, H. Stadler, T. Rinder, S. Köhler, M. Dietzel, and S. Birk

Hall A

A147

EGU2009-9355 Numerical simulation of the karst spring dynamics using a single continuum model X. Du, C. Rehrl, and S. Birk

Hall A

A148

EGU2009-10111 Combining hydrologic and geologic data to determine recharge areas in hard rocks, an example from the Eastern Alps, Austria R. Staunig, G. Winkler, S. Birk, and W. Poltnig

Hall A

A149

EGU2009-10405 Evaluation of intrinsic groundwater vulnerability to pollution: COP method for pilot area of Carrara hydrogeological system (Northern Tuscany, Italy)
B. Baldi, E. Guastaldi, and R. Rossetto

Hall A

A150

EGU2009-11146 The groundwater system of Livigno area (north Lombardy - Italy):first results R. Gambillara, S. Terrana, and G. Carugati

Hall A

A151

EGU2009-11183 Fissured Rocks and Water Reservoirs in Eastern Thessaly Mountain Range, Greece (Olympus, Ossa, Maurovouni and Pelion): The Role of Tectonic Deformation I. Papanikolaou, G. Migiros, G. Stamatis, and G. Yoxas

Hall A

A152

EGU2009-11442 Hydrogeological Conditions of Coastal Carbonate Aquifer in Lucija - Portorož (Gulf of Trieste, N Adriatic Sea, Slovenia) M. Brencic

Hall A

A153

EGU2009-11726 Hydrogeology of the Azores volcanic archipelago (Portugal)
J. Cruz, R. Coutinho, P. Antunes, and P. Freire

Hall A

A154

EGU2009-13015 Particle tracking in a synthetic karst network at different stages of evolution F. Gabrovsek