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Soil Salinity in the Adjacent Territories to the Reservoirs of Euphrates River in Semi-Arid climate Zone of Syria (withdrawn)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

Hall A
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

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

Hall A
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Catchment linkages to a New Zealand river plume ecosystem: a mountains to sea integrated catchment management approach (withdrawn)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

Hall A
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

Hall A
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 (withdrawn)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

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

Hall A
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

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