Poster Programme HS5.13

HS5.13

Monitoring and modeling snow for hydrological purposes
Convener: J. Parajka  | Co-Conveners: D. Gustafsson , M. Lehning 
Oral Programme
 / Fri, 24 Apr, 10:30–12:00  / Room 31
Poster Programme
 / Attendance Fri, 24 Apr, 13:30–15:00  / Hall A

Attendance Time: Friday, 24 April 2009, 13:30–15:00
Hall A
Chairperson: Juraj Parajka
A142
EGU2009-2051
A Hierarchy of Snowmelt Models for Canadian Prairies: Temperature-Index, Modified Temperature Index and Energy-Balance Models
T.Y. Gan

Hall A
A143
EGU2009-2086
The Impact Of Snow Melt On Surface Runoff Of Sava River In Slovenia
A. Horvat, M. Brilly, A. Vidmar, and M. Kobold

Hall A
A144
EGU2009-3483
Changes in Snow Cover in the Alps 1975-2002: Evidence from historical observations and projections made using a land-surface model
S. Dadson and J. Parajka

Hall A
A145
EGU2009-4818
Analysis of Snow Cover Characteristics in Relation of Anticyclone Blocking Conditions
V. Khan, L. Holko, V. Tischenko, and R. Vilfand

Hall A
A146
EGU2009-6073
Mapping snow cover characteristics in the European part of Russia
L. Holko, V. Khan, J. Parajka, Z. Kostka, and A. Shmakin

Hall A
A147
EGU2009-6089
Simulation of snow characteristics in a mountain environment
A. Shmakin, L. Holko, Z. Kostka, and D. Turkov

Hall A
A148
EGU2009-6193
Determination of the precision of snow-sampler based on field investigation
A. Hejduk, L. Hejduk, and K. Banasik

Hall A
A149
EGU2009-7775
Multi-criteria calibration of a hydrological model using MODIS snow cover data
P. Stanzel, U. Haberl, and H.P. Nachtnebel

Hall A
A150
EGU2009-9940
Wind drifted snow influence on the water and mass balance in the mountainous catchment "Modry potok", the Giant Mountains, Czech Republic.
I. J. Dvorak, D. Fottova, M. Tesar, M. Kocianova, and J. Harcarik

Hall A
A151
EGU2009-11639
Development of a non-linear spatial model for predicting snowpack and snowmelt
S.G. Leibowitz, P.J. Wigington, Jr., R.L. Comeleo, and J.L. Ebersole

Hall A
A152
EGU2009-11992
Calibration of distributed snow dynamic model from satellite images in area with complex topography
G. Ravazzani, C. Corbari, and M. Mancini

Hall A
A153
EGU2009-12618
Spatial variability of temperature for improved snowmelt forecasting
J. Eckart, D.E. Reusser, Prof. Dr. E. Zehe, and Prof. Dr. C. Bernhofer

Hall A
A154
EGU2009-12858
High resolution wind field simulations explain local snow accumulation (snow dunes)
R. Mott, T. Grünewald, M. Schirmer, and M. Lehning

Hall A
A155
EGU2009-12885
Can the total snow amount in an Alpine catchment be estimated from flat field snow measurements?
T. Grünewald, M. Schirmer, and M. Lehning

Hall A
A156
EGU2009-13343
Sensitivity of snow process simulations to precipitation-phase transition method in forested and open areas
A. Lundberg and D. Gustafsson

Hall A
A157
EGU2009-13711
Towards Better Predictions of Snow Melt Runoffs: Measuring Snow Depth and Density Using Ground Penetrating Radar
N. Granlund, A. Lundberg, D. Gustafsson, J. Ahlberg, and F. Wetterhall

Hall A
A158
EGU2009-13770
Modelling extreme floods from snow melt for flood risk estimation
K. Hlavčová, S. Kohnová, and J. Szolgay

Hall A
A159
EGU2009-13986
Used of observed snow in the Snomod model
H.K. Sorteberg