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Poster Programme HS2.10

HS2.10

Hydrological change: Ecological development, landscape evolution and hydrological response
Convener: Hartmut Holländer 
Co-Conveners: António Ferreira , Thomas Maurer , Artemi Cerdà 
Session details
Oral Programme
 / Tue, 05 Apr, 13:30–15:00  / Room 36
Poster Programme
 / Attendance Tue, 05 Apr, 17:30–19:00  / Display Tue, 05 Apr, 08:00–19:30  / Hall A
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Display time: Tuesday, 05 Apr 08:00–19:30
Attendance Time: Tuesday, 05 Apr, 17:30–19:00
Hall A
Chairperson: António Dinis Ferreira
A220
EGU2011-945
Interaction of vegetation dynamics with water and nutrient cycling: Ecohydrological analysis of heavily modified agricultural fields in the Cerrado of Mato Grosso, Brazil
Philip Hunke, Eva Nora Müller, and Peter Zeilhofer

A221
EGU2011-3739 | presentation | presentation
Evidence for abiotic DOC losses in a peatland stream
Sheila Palmer, Mark Crowther, and Chapman Pippa

A222
EGU2011-4126
Runoff generation research in an area with land use and ecological change
Alena Kulasova, Sarka Blazkova, and Keith Beven

A223
EGU2011-4208
Relationship between land cover change and the appearance of water logging and salinisation
Helene Rieckh, Jean F. Schneider, Willibald Loiskandl, and Horst H. Gerke

A224
EGU2011-5100
Changes in storm hydrographs associated with long-term peatland vegetation change
Joseph Holden and Richard Grayson

A225
EGU2011-6784
Water Use Dynamics in Disturbed Australian Montane Forests
Mana Gharun, Tarryn Turnbull, and Mark Adams

A226
EGU2011-7771
Comparison of different approaches of spatial discretization for modelling the natural discharge in a subcatchment of the river Spree (125 km2) in Lusatia (Germany)
Anne Gaedeke and Ina Umlauf

A227
EGU2011-11752
Hydrological dynamics in a Mediterranean coastal drainage basin: the river Daró (2004-2010)
Edinson Pacheco, Joaquim Farguell, and Xavier Úbeda

A228
EGU2011-11803
Modeling the structural heterogeneity of an artificial hydrological catchment.
Thomas Maurer, Anna Schneider, Uwe Buczko, and Horst H. Gerke

A229
EGU2011-11804
Runoff and sediment production in a Mediterranean basin with two different land uses (2005-2009)
Edinson Pacheco, Luis Outeiro, Alejandro Miguel, Joaquim Farguell, and Xavier Úbeda

A230
EGU2011-11893
The impacts of peatland restoration on runoff generation and downstream flood risk in the UK uplands: a comparative study of headwater catchments in the Peak District National Park
Tim Allott, Martin Evans, Clive Agnew, Jim Freer, Clare Brown, and Rachael Maskill

A231
EGU2011-4269
Exploring changing environment in wetland national park Kampinos, Poland
Mikołaj Piniewski, Jarosław Chormański, Lars Gottschalk, and Irina Krasovskaia

A232 EGU2011-4342
A drying climate is acidifying podosols and groundwater in SW Australia. (withdrawn)
robert gilkes and nattaporn prakongkep

A233 EGU2011-8555
Quantifying hydrological processes in an experimental watershed in an ecologically planned neighbourhood (withdrawn)
Nicole Jackisch and Markus Weiler

A234
EGU2011-8759
Predicting evapotranspiration change in a successionnal forest without eddy covariance measurements
Agustin Brena, Markus Weiler, and Kerstin Stahl

A235
EGU2011-8988
Responses of different mire types on temporal climatic shifts and land-use parameters
Jana Chmieleski and Vera Luthardt

A236
EGU2011-11379
Adjoint distributed catchment modelling for flood impact of rural land use and management change
Greg O'Donnell, John Ewen, Enda O'Connell, and Josie Geris

A237
EGU2011-12741
Tracking catchment disturbance using lake thecameobians (testate amoebae): case studies from the Greater Toronto Area, Ontario, Canada
Helen Roe, Timothy Patterson, and Graeme Swindles

A238
EGU2011-13583
The impact of fire on the spatial and temporal distribution of hydrologic and geomorphologic processes at slope and catchments scales.
António Ferreira, Rick Shakesby, Celeste Coelho, Carla Ferreira, Célia Bento, Tanya Esteves, and Manuela Carreiras