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Poster Programme HS2.3

HS2.3

Observational hydrology: Recent development in isotope and other tracer methods
Convener: Christine Stumpp  | Co-Convener: Markus Weiler 
Oral Programme
 / Mon, 04 Apr, 10:30–12:00  / Room 38
Poster Programme
 / Attendance Mon, 04 Apr, 17:30–19:00  / Display Mon, 04 Apr, 08:00–19:30  / Hall A

Display time: Monday, 04 Apr 08:00–19:30
Attendance Time: Monday, 04 Apr, 17:30–19:00
Hall A
Chairperson: Christine Stumpp, Markus Weiler
A277
EGU2011-2338
Rare Earth Elements as Hydrologic Tracers in water from Tatun Volcanoes, Taiwan
Yu-Shao Lai and Hsueh-yu Lu

A278
EGU2011-5956
Distribution of Boron Isotopes in a Mountainous River Catchment, Southern Taiwan
Yu-Ching Liu, Chen-Feng You, Kuo-Fang Huang, Ruo-Mei Wang, Chuan-Hsiung Chung, and Hou-Chun Liu

A279
EGU2011-5941
Source and re-distribution of zinc isotopes in river catchments, Southern Taiwan
Tian-Yue Kuo, Chen-Feng You, Kuo-Fang Huang, Ruo-Mei Wang, Chuan-Hsiung Chung, and Hou-Chun Liu

A280
EGU2011-248
Detection of spatially variable groundwater inflow in rivers with geochemical tracers: Using major ion chemistry and Radon 222Rn as possible tracer: An example from the Avon and Mitchell rivers, southeast Australia.
Harald Hofmann and Ian Cartwright

A281
EGU2011-1538
Dating of Streamwater Using Tritium in a Post Nuclear Bomb Pulse World: Continous Variation of Mean Transit Time With Streamflow
Uwe Morgenstern, Micheal K Stewart, and Roland Stenger

A282
EGU2011-9812
Instationary travel times under stationary conditions - tracer experiments in a small headwater catchment at Gårdsjön, Sweden
Benny Selle, Marc Schwientek, Holger Lange, and Gunnar Lischeid

A283 EGU2011-5420
Which information can tracers give on catchment internal processes when used with conceptual models? (withdrawn)
Markus Hrachowitz, Huub H.G. Savenije, Thom A. Bogaard, Chris Soulsby, and Doerthe Tetzlaff

A284
EGU2011-480
After the flood: high-frequency sampling reveals the influence of antecedent conditions and diurnal cycles on stream isotope dynamics
Christian Birkel, Chris Soulsby, Doerthe Tetzlaff, Sarah Dunn, and Luigi Spezia

A285
EGU2011-12255
Using diatoms for determining the hydrological connectivity between upland, riparian and aquatic zones: application to the Weierbach catchment (Luxembourg)
Núria Martínez-Carreras, Jay Frentress, Jean François Iffly, Jeffery McDonnell, Dasa Hlúbiková, Luc Ector, Stefan Uhlenbrook, Lucien Hoffmann, and Laurent Pfister

A286
EGU2011-12354
Spatial and temporal hydrogeological tracing methods from Dissolved Organic Matter (DOM) for karstic hydrosystems. Joint use of fluorescence and Electronic Paramagnetic Resonance (EPR) signals.
Thibaut Blondel, Christophe Emblanch, Yves Dudal, Brigitte Pépin-Donat, Christian Lombard, Jérome Poulenard, Yves Perrette, Stéphane Gaffet, and Yves Travi

A287
EGU2011-4832 | presentation | presentation
The use of environmental isotopes for event monitoring at an overthrusted karst aquifer in the Dinarides, north-western Croatia.
Philipp Stadler, Albrecht Leis, Hermann Stadler, and Hermann Häusler

A288
EGU2011-7868 | presentation | presentation
Analysis of catchment response to rainfall and snowmelt by means of isotopic, geochemical and hydrometric data
Alberto Gobbi, Daniele Penna, Nicola Mantese, and Marco Borga

A289
EGU2011-7382
Assessment of bandwidths of shallow interflow velocities in alpine catchments
Gerhard Markart, Gerhard Bieber, Alexander Roemer, Anna Ita, Birgit Jochum, Klaus Klebinder, Bernhard Kohl, Bernadette Sotier, Monika Strassser, and Klaus Suntinger

A290
EGU2011-10434
Testing the use of unsaturated zones as archives of past infiltration: application to the Campine area, Northern Belgium
Koen Beerten and Dirk Mallants

A291
EGU2011-1700
Investigating land use effects on soil hydrology in alpine ecosystems by stable isotopes
Matthias H. Mueller and Christine Alewell

A292
EGU2011-9071
Investigating water flow and solute transport heterogeneities in cultivated soils using water isotopes
Christine Stumpp, Willibald Stichler, Matthias Kandolf, and Jirka Simunek

A293
EGU2011-13539
The role of plants in site and catchment isotope response
Katharina Gimbel, Christoph Külls, and Markus Weiler