Poster Programme HS5.3

HS5.3

Hydrological modelling. Adapting model complexity to the available data: approaches to model parsimony
Convener: P. Claps  | Co-Conveners: G. Hörmann , P. Allamano , B. Croke , L. Pfister 
Oral Programme
 / Mon, 20 Apr, 08:30–12:00  / Room 31
Poster Programme
 / Attendance Mon, 20 Apr, 17:30–19:00  / Hall A

Attendance Time: Monday, 20 Apr, 17:30–19:00
Hall A
Chairperson: P. Allamano
A190
EGU2009-10626
A parsimonious water balance model for runoff assessment in mountainous basins.
E. Bartolini, P. Allamano, P. Claps, and F. Laio

A191
EGU2009-1937
Estimation of potential evapotranspiration with minimal data dependence
A. Tegos, N. Mamassis, and D. Koutsoyiannis

A192
EGU2009-3930
Evaluation of soil moisture regime prediction methods under different ecological conditions in the Pre-Pyrenees
J.C. Loaiza Usuga, F. De Bello, and V.R.N. Pauwels

A193
EGU2009-5522
Modelling the hydraulic conductivity of porous media using physical-statistical model
B. Usowicz, L.B Usowicz, and J. Lipiec

A194
EGU2009-6038
Calibrating distributed hydrological models with qualitative soil map data related to the soil water regime
T. Doppler, U. Zihlmann, P. Weisskopf, and C. Stamm

A195 EGU2009-855
A universal approach to modelling runoff formation processes as a way to restrict data requirements for model building and to increase the model’s applicability to poorly gauged domains (the remote basins of Eastern Siberia as a case study) (withdrawn)
O. Semenova and T.A. Vinogradova

A196
EGU2009-280
Improving hydrogeological models of deltaic sedimentary media using GIS based 3D geological tools
V. Velasco, R. Gogu, E. Vázquez-Suñé, D. Monfort, A. Garriga, and J. Carrera

A197
EGU2009-665
Estimation of low flow sensitivity to climate and land-use changes using a parsimonious water balance model
A. Brena, J. Schneider, K. Stahl, and M. Weiler

A198
EGU2009-4157
Flood modelling in complex hydrologic systems with sparsely resolved data
A. Efstratiadis, K. Mazi, A. D. Koussis, and D. Koutsoyiannis

A199
EGU2009-7581
Mapping the water balance over a wide range of European catchments.
B. Pannemans and G. Laguardia

A200
EGU2009-9418
On subsurface flow modeling for parsimonious models
E. Cordano and R. Rigon

A201
EGU2009-9926
A search for model parsimony in a real time flood forecasting system
G. Grossi and M. Balistrocchi

A202
EGU2009-7228
The SIMPEL set of parsimous hydrologic spreadsheet models
G. Hörmann

A203
EGU2009-8099
Hydrological Balance of High Mountainous Lake on Karstified Plateau of Julian Alps - Slovenia
N. Rman, J. Ratej, and M. Brenčič

A204
EGU2009-3656
Modelling Hydrological Processes in Presence of Uncertain or Unreliable Forcing Data and Land Surface Parameters
Ye. M. Gusev, O.N. Nasonova, and L.Ya. Dzhogan

A205
EGU2009-7103
Selecting the appropriate spatial detail and process complexity for modeling environmental systems
S. Van Hoey, P. Seuntjens, I. Nopens, and G. Engelen

A206
EGU2009-8347
Uniqueness of place: uniqueness of models. The FLEX modelling approach
F. Fenicia, H.H.G. Savenije, S. Wrede, G. Schoups, and L. Pfister

A207
EGU2009-9146
Uncertainty in the relationship between flow and parameters in models of pollutant transport
R. Romanowicz, M. Osuch, S. Wallis, and J.J. Napiórkowski

A208
EGU2009-9453
From scaling up to scaling down land management impacts on downstream flood risk
I. Pattison, S.N. Lane, R.J. Hardy, and S. Reaney

A209
EGU2009-9657
Modeling of hydrographs in torrent catchments by use of improved field data and adapted precipitation/runoff models
B. Kohl, K. Klebinder, R. Kirnbauer, and G. Markart

A210
EGU2009-10584
Peak flow estimation in ungauged basins by means of water level data analysis
G. Corato, T. Moramarco, and T. Tucciarelli