Poster Programme HS4.2

HS4.2

Improving process understanding, classification, model development and evaluation in hydrology using comparative assessment techniques
Convener: Fabrizio Fenicia  | Co-Conveners: Jim Freer , Tobias Krueger , Koray Kamil Yilmaz 
Oral Programme
 / Tue, 04 May, 15:30–17:15  / Room 36
Poster Programme
 / Attendance Tue, 04 May, 17:30–19:00  / Hall A

Attendance Time: Tuesday, 4 May 2010, 17:30–19:00
Hall A
A222
EGU2010-195
An approach to modelling canopy and litter interception in indigenous and commercial forest plantations in South Africa
Hartley Bulcock and Graham Jewitt

Hall A
A223
EGU2010-1467
Modeling spatial and seasonal soil moisture in a semi arid hillslope: The impact of integrating soil surface seal parameters
Shai Sela, Tal Svoray, and Shmuel Assouline

Hall A
A224
EGU2010-10581
On the monitoring of antecedent wetness conditions across different scales
Luca Brocca, Florisa Melone, Tommaso Moramarco, Sonia Heitz, Patrick Matgen, and Laurent Pfister

Hall A
A225
EGU2010-2188
Improvement in calibration strategy of a conceptual distributed hydrological model using spatial data analysis
Ehsan Rabiei, Shailesh Kumar Singh, and András Bárdossy

Hall A
A226
EGU2010-8940
Model development based on a landscape oriented catchment unit concept
María Cárdenas Gaudry and Dieter Gutknecht

Hall A
A227
EGU2010-2217
An analysis of rainfall-runoff conversion in dry Mediterranean environments considering scale and connectivity
Juan Antonio Pascual-Aguilar, José Luis Rubio, and Vicente Andreu

Hall A
A228 EGU2010-7522
Application of a macroscale hydrologic model to estimate the water balance of catchments across southeast Australia (withdrawn)
Fangfang Zhao, Francis H. S. Chiew, Lu Zhang, Jai Vaze, and Jin Teng

Hall A
A229
EGU2010-6313
Improvement of Continuous Hydrologic Models and HMS SMA Parameters Reduction
Mehdi Rezaeian Zadeh, E. Zia Hosseinipour, Hirad Abghari, Ashkan Nikian, Sara Shaeri Karimi, and Foad Moradzadeh Azar

Hall A
A230
EGU2010-6825
Multi-site evaluation of flow simulation by SWAT model in the Narew basin
Mikołaj Piniewski and Tomasz Okruszko

Hall A
A231
EGU2010-6151
Results of the Hydrograph model application across the Americas: the advantages of a general approach
Olga Semenova, Ludmila Lebedeva, and Natalya Kotova

Hall A
A232
EGU2010-5397
Models as multiple working hypotheses: Hydrological simulation of neotropical alpine wetlands
Wouter Buytaert and Keith Beven

Hall A
A233 EGU2010-11243
Implementing complexity criteria into diagnostic evaluation methods for water balance models (withdrawn)
Guillermo F Martinez and Hoshin V Gupta

Hall A
A234
EGU2010-12398
On the advantage of a dynamic evaluation of catchment models - two Swedish case studies
Ilaria Clemenzi, Jan Seibert, Fabrizio Fenicia, Dmitri Kavetski, Steve Lyon, and Hjalmar Laudon

Hall A
A235
EGU2010-15338
Model structures and parameter sets as hypotheses: analysing hydrological differences within the extended GLUE methodology
Tobias Krueger, Jim Freer, John N. Quinton, and Christopher J. A. Macleod

Hall A
A236
EGU2010-9545
The value of streamflow rating curve data for improving hydrological predictions
Mark Thyer, Dmitri Kavetski, Benjamin Renard, and George Kuczera

Hall A
A237
EGU2010-3966
Characterisation of watersheds by runoff coefficients
Rita Ley, Markus Casper, and Ralf Merz

Hall A
A238
EGU2010-10104
Methodology of a hydro-geomorphological river typology in the Euregio Meuse-Rhine.
Eric HALLOT and François PETIT

Hall A
A239
EGU2010-10327
Unit stream power as a base for regional river typology
Eric HALLOT, Geoffrey HOUBRECHTS, Yannick LEVECQ, and François PETIT

Hall A
A240
EGU2010-14996
Mapping runoff based on water balance: a case study of upstream Bengbu in the Huaihe River Basin
Yan Ziqi, Xia Jun, and Lars Gottschalk

Hall A
A241
EGU2010-3964
Factors influencing base flow in the Swiss Midlands - Can results from different base flow separation methods help to identify these factors?
Raphael Meyer, Bruno Schädler, Daniel Viviroli, and Rolf Weingartner