Poster Programme SSS1

SSS1

The scale problem in soil erosion studies
Convener: A. Cerdà  | Co-Conveners: M. Nearing , Brazier , J. de Vente 
Oral Programme
 / Wed, 22 Apr, 08:30–12:00  / 13:30–15:00  / Room 25
Poster Programme
 / Attendance Wed, 22 Apr, 17:30–19:00  / Hall A

Attendance Time: Wednesday, 22 April 2009, 17:30–19:00
Hall A
Chairperson: R. Giménez
A426
EGU2009-14000
Erosion measurements at various scales in a semi arid mountainous catchment - case of the Rheraya watershed, High Atlas, Morocco
A. Cheggour, V. Simonneaux, and E. Roose

A427
EGU2009-185
The plot size effect on soil erosion on rainfed agriculture land under different land uses in eastern Spain
A. Cerdà, M.B. Bodí, M. Burguet, M. Segura, and C. Jovani

A428
EGU2009-1493
Effect of terraces, sinks and scarps in modelling cumulative overland flow and soil erosion at catchment scale
M. López-Vicente, A. Navas, J. Machín, and L. Gaspar

A429
EGU2009-2765
Spatial and temporal evaluation of erosion with RUSLE: a case study in an olive orchard microcatchment in Spain
E.V. Taguas, P. Cuadrado, J.L. Ayuso, Y. Yuan, and R. Pérez

A430
EGU2009-4507
Measurements of the effectiveness of conservation agriculture at the field scale using radioisotopic techniques and runoff plots
L. Mabit, A. Klik, A. Toloza, M. Benmansour, A. Geisler, and U.C. Gerstmann

A431
EGU2009-5091
Assessing soil redistribution on slope transects at different temporal scales by using radiotracers.
L. Gaspar, A. Navas, and J. Machín

A432
EGU2009-5617
Effects of scale on sediment transfer from agricultural land
C. Deasy, A.L. Heathwaite, R. Hodgkinson, and R.E. Brazier

A433
EGU2009-6406
Catchment scale soil erosion prediction using digital elevation based models - an assessment of approaches at the decadal to millennial time scales
G Hancock, T Coulthard, K Evans, C Martinez, G Willgoose, and S Cohen

A434
EGU2009-6955
Different scales of erosion processes downstream hydraulic structure
d. termini

A435 EGU2009-9017
Distributed modeling of mean annual soil erosion and sediment delivery rates to surface waters on the upper macroscale (withdrawn)
B. Tetzlaff, R. Kunkel, and F. Wendland

A436
EGU2009-9334
GIS-based RUSLE modelling of Leça River Basin, Northern Portugal, in two different grid scales
S. Petan, J.L.P. Barbosa, M. Mikoš, and F.T. Pinto

A437
EGU2009-9664
The impact of climate change on soil hydrology and degradation: an assessment of vulnerabilities on Irish Agriculture
S. Kumar and J Sweeney

A438
EGU2009-10076
Parameter Changes from Upscaling of a Local Scale, Process-Based Erosion Model
S. Jomaa, D. A. Barry, G. C. Sander, and P. Heng

A439
EGU2009-10926
Measuring erosion in burnt areas at multiple spatial scales: the EROSFIRE 2 project
J.P. Nunes, R.S.V. Ferreira, I.A.C. Fernandes, M.E.T Varela, D.C.S. Vieira, A.S.F. dos Santos, P.A.A. Maia, and J.J. Keizer

A440
EGU2009-11630
Estimating the spatial distribution of hillslope sediment delivery to river channels using information at three different spatial scales in the Cuyaguateje basin, Cuba
J. Diaz, M.E. Ruiz, G. Alonso, Z Leal, Y Almoza, W. Cornelis, and D Gabriels

A441
EGU2009-12448
Effects of wildfires on ash Carbon, Nitrogen and C/N ratio in Mediterranean forests
P. Pereira, X. Ubeda, and D.A. Martin

A442
EGU2009-12826
Advantages, problems and limitations of different field and laboratory approaches for investigating soil hydrophobicity switching patterns
R.P.D Walsh, C.S.S. Ferreira, E. Urbanek, R.A. Shakesby, G. Leighton-Boyce, S.H. Doerr, A.D.J. Ferreira, and C. Stoof

A443
EGU2009-13368
Temporal changes in suspended sediment transport in an Atlantic catchment, NW Spain
M.L. RODRIGUEZ-BLANCO, M.M TABOADA-CASTRO, and M.T. TABOADA-CASTRO

A444
EGU2009-13381
Linking the field to the stream: soil erosion and sediment yield in a rural catchment, NW Spain
M.L. RODRIGUEZ-BLANCO, M.M. TABOADA-CASTRO, L. PALLEIRO-SUAREZ, and M.T. TABOADA-CASTRO

A445
EGU2009-13543
Effect of sediments generated by rill erosion on soil hydrology at small spatial scale: methodological and experimental issues.
R. Giménez, J. Casalí, and J. Diez

A446
EGU2009-13544
Simple method of isolating humic acids from organic soils
O.H. Ahmed, K. Susilawati, A.B. Nik Muhamad, and M.Y. Khanif

A447
EGU2009-13639
An approach to time compression of geomorphological processes based on largest (ranked) event analysis.
J.C. González-Hidalgo, A. Cerdà, R. Batalla, and M. de Luis

A448
EGU2009-13829
How reliable are catchment area - sediment yield relationships?
M. Vanmaercke, J. Poesen, G. Verstraeten, and J. de Vente

A449
EGU2009-13832
Modelling Feedback Loops in Soil Erosion
B.C.P. Heng, C.F. Scott, G.C. Sander, T. Zheng, A. Weatley, and J.H. Chadler

A450
EGU2009-13981
Stochastic runoff connectivity (SRC) equations: integration with erosion models for water quality prediction
G. Sheridan, O. D. Jones, H. Smith, J. Cawson, and P. J. Lane

A451
EGU2009-1522
Simple method of isolating humic acids from organic soils
O. Ahmed

A452
EGU2009-5583
Incorporating scale into digital terrain analysis
L. D. Dragut, C. Eisank, and T. Strasser

A453
EGU2009-7222
Parameterization and sensitivity analysis of a physically based plot-scale erosion model to predict rill initiation
I. Sisák and Cs. Hausner

A454
EGU2009-9221
Surface roughness variations in time - modelling the effects of precipitation on microtopography
W. Schwanghart, N. J. Kuhn, and K. Anderson

A455
EGU2009-13535
Effect of microtopography on rill incision at field scale using Close Range Photogrammetry at Angereb watershed in Ethiopia
G.D. Gessesse, A. Klik, H. Fuchs, R. Mansberger, and D. Rieke-Zapp

A456
EGU2009-1235
Issues of upscaling in space and time with soil erosion models
R.E. Brazier, A.J. Parsons, J Wainwright, and C Hutton