Poster Programme HS7.9

HS7.9

Advancing climate projections for the protection of groundwater resources
Convener: Makoto Taniguchi  | Co-Convener: Kevin Hiscock 
Poster Programme
 / Attendance Wed, 05 May, 17:30–19:00  / Hall A

Attendance Time: Wednesday, 5 May 2010, 17:30–19:00
Hall A
Chairperson: Makoto Taniguchi
A297
EGU2010-1084
Effect of Sea Level Rise on Groundwater Resources: A Case Study of Southwest Coastal Rhode Island
MAGGIE KOSSIDA

Hall A
A298
EGU2010-2293
Linkages beyond boundaries between surface/subsurface and land /ocean for better management of groundwater under the changing climate and society in Asia
Makoto Taniguchi

Hall A
A299
EGU2010-3786
Monitoring Groundwater Variations Using a Portable Absolute Gravimeter
Yoichi Fukuda, Jun Nishijima, Takashi Hasegawa, Yayan Sofyan, Makoto Taniguchi, Hasanuddin Z. Abidin, and Robert M. Delinom

Hall A
A300
EGU2010-10693
Explicit representation of groundwater process in a global-scale land surface model to improve the prediction of water resources
Sujan Koirala, Pat J.-F. Yeh, Shinjiro Kanae, and Taikan Oki

Hall A
A301 EGU2010-11188
Modelling the Surface-Groundwater Interaction in Esperance, Western Australia and the Effect of Climate Projections (withdrawn)
Margaret Stevenson and David Reynolds

Hall A
A302
EGU2010-12626
Interannual mass variation over Chao Phraya river basin observed by GRACE
Keiko Yamamoto, Yoichi Fukuda, Toshiyuki Nakaegawa, Takashi Hasegawa, and Makoto Taniguchi

Hall A
A303
EGU2010-13697
Uncertainty of simulated groundwater levels arising from stochastic transient climate change scenarios
Pascal Goderniaux, Serge Brouyère, Stephen Blenkinsop, Aidan Burton, Hayley Fowler, and Alain Dassargues

Hall A
A304
EGU2010-14275
Effect of sea-level rise on coastal aquifers in East Anglia, UK: a modelling approach
Kevin Hiscock and Zhuwei Dai

Hall A
A305
EGU2010-15399
Studying the impact of climate change on coastal aquifers and adjacent wetlands
Tibor Stigter, Luís Ribeiro, Rodrigo Oliveira, Javier Samper, Younes Fakir, Luís Fonseca, José Paulo Monteiro, João Pedro Nunes, and Bruno Pisani