Poster Programme HS9.8


Land-water interaction at the river basin scale: ecohydrology approaches to understanding the impact of upstream processes on downstream estuarine and coastal ecosystems
Co-Convener: Neil Coles 
Poster Programme
 / Attendance Thu, 07 Apr, 17:30–19:00  / Display Thu, 07 Apr, 08:00–19:30  / Hall A

Display time: Thursday, 7 April 2011 08:00–19:30
Attendance Time: Thursday, 7 April 2011, 17:30–19:00
Hall A
Chairperson: Susana Neto
A411 EGU2011-3907
Soil Salinity in the Adjacent Territories to the Reservoirs of Euphrates River in Semi-Arid climate Zone of Syria (withdrawn)
Ahmad Majar, Maan Daoud, Moustafa Alozon, and Hesham Barakat Refaai

Thermal regimes in a large upland salmon river: a simple model to identify the influence of landscape controls and climate change on maximum temperatures.
Markus Hrachowitz, Chris Soulsby, Christian Imholt, Tetzlaff Doerthe, and Iain Malcolm

EGU2011-6043 | presentation
Development of knowledge library for integrated watershed modeling
Mateja Skerjanec and Natasa Atanasova

A414 EGU2011-240
Catchment linkages to a New Zealand river plume ecosystem: a mountains to sea integrated catchment management approach (withdrawn)
Paul Gillespie, Christopher Cornelisen, and Andrew Fenemor

EGU2011-390 | presentation
Estimating future scenarios for farm-watershed nutrient fluxes using dynamic simulation modelling - Can on-farm BMPs really do the job at the watershed scale?
Mark Rivers, Keith Smettem, and Peter Davies

A416 EGU2011-1848
Relating People, Land and Environment in Lake Naivasha Watershed, Kenya. (withdrawn)
Dawit Mulatu, Anne van der Veen, Robert Becht, and Desta Bekalo

EGU2011-6136 | presentation
Modelling Nutrient Loads to northern Adriatic
Goran Volf, Nataša Atanasova, Boris Kompare, and Nevenka Ožanić

An agent-based modeling approach for the evaluation of management alternatives in dealing with basin closure in the Naivasha basin, Kenya
Pieter Van Oel and Anne Van der Veen

Aquatic Community Changes in a River Basin
Zhao-Yin Wang, Shao-Hua Marko Hsu, Cheng-Chieh Lin, and Meng-Zen Xu