Poster Programme HS5.14

HS5.14

Hydrological processes and extreme events in mountain areas
Convener: P. Bernardara 
Co-Conveners: F. Laio , P. Molnar 
Session details
Oral Programme
 / Fri, 24 Apr, 08:30–10:00  / Room 31
Poster Programme
 / Attendance Fri, 24 Apr, 10:30–12:00  / Hall A
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Attendance Time: Friday, 24 Apr, 10:30–12:00
Hall A
Chairperson: Francesco Laio
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A177
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A.A. Beylich

A178
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Evolution of low- frequency events in precipitation and run-off, and environmental changes in headwaters representative of a Mediterranean mountainous environment
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A179
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Flood producing mechanism identification in Otava river
T. Vlasák

A180
EGU2009-3072
Extreme values of wet snow loads over electric wires in France
S. Parey

A181
EGU2009-5763
Space-time variability of precipitation in a montainous catchment of the Spanish Central System
V. Ruiz-Villanueva, J.M. Bodoque, A. Díez-Herrero, and J.A. Ballesteros

A182
EGU2009-6381
Assessment of terrain slope influence in SWAT modeling of Andean watersheds
C. Yacoub and A. Pérez-Foguet

A183
EGU2009-7057
Extreme hydrometeorological events in the Swiss Alps linked with air mass trajectories
P. Horton, M. Jaboyedoff, and R. Metzger

A184
EGU2009-7137
SHAKE UP II - A tool for hydrological and geological characterization and flood hazard evaluation in the upland Adda basin, Central Alps
M. Cislaghi, M. Russo, R. Rosso, and A. Carrara

A185
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Use of new, diverse and widely distributed in situ hydrological measurements to improve catchment flow dynamics understanding
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A186
EGU2009-9385
The use of the pedotransfer functions in a mountain hillslope: a study case in Valsassina valley (Italy)
M.L. Deangelis

A187
EGU2009-9751
Improvement in the knowledge of the genesis of extreme events in mountain areas using a weather patterns approach
J. Gailhard and P. Bernardara

A188
EGU2009-10456
Regional estimation of torrent hazards by analysing weather radar data and catchment characteristics
G. Pistotnik, K. Klebinder, P. Chifflard, R. Kirnbauer, and T. Haiden

A189
EGU2009-10627
Disastrous torrential floods in mountain areas in Serbia
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A190 EGU2009-11229
Comparison of simulated snow covers area by physical based model and satellite image (withdrawn)
H. Zeinivand and F De Smedt

A191
EGU2009-11302
Derivation of dominant runoff processes in an alpine catchment using vegetation and relief data
G. Meißl, C. Geitner, M. Tusch, and J. Stötter

A192
EGU2009-11311
Flash flood warning in ungauged basins by use of the Flash Flood Guidance and model-based runoff thresholds
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A193
EGU2009-12624
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A194
EGU2009-13341
Flood events in small mountain catchments : observations and results from the Draix experimental basins (French South Alps)
N. Mathys and S. Klotz