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PSD115

HS10.5
Convener: Annunziato Siviglia  | Co-Conveners: Knut Alfredsen , Christopher Robinson 
PSD115
 / Wed, 06 Apr, 16:30–17:15  / Room 37
Poster Summaries & Discussions Session: the session will be dedicated to two short presentations (10 minutes) from the solicited speakers, and a short presentation (2 slides, 2 minutes) from each author from the poster session to shortly describe the highlights of his/her poster. Aim of this session is to give an overview of the research presented in posters, thus facilitating a productive poster session
Public information: Long Presentation (12 min each)

1)Experimental Flows from Glen Canyon Dam Reveal Surprises for Adaptive Resource Management of the Colorado River in Grand Canyon, USA. T.Melis, T. Kennedy, J. Korman, and C Walters
2) Benthic invertebrates as ecological indicators of impounded rivers. O. Moog and I. Stubauer

Short presentations (2 minutes, 2 slides), ordered as follows in main topics:

Impact assessment

1. First results about the impacts of human structures on hydromorphology, chemistry and macroinvertebrate assemblages in River Tresa (North-western Italy)
Angela Boggero, Marzia Ciampittiello, Irene Guarneri, Claudia Dresti, and Helmi Saidi

2. Effects on the benthic community of hydropower-induced flow regime alteration
Bruno Maiolini, Maria Cristina Bruno, Luana Silveri, Mauro Carolli, and Elisa Varolo

Modelling

3. Calculating riverine ecosystem metabolism under unsteady flow from hydropower generation.
Robert Hall, Robert Payn, Geoff Poole, and Ted Kennedy

4. Effects of hydropeaking on the riparian aquifer.
Annunziato Siviglia, Marco Zanol, Alberto Bellin, and Guido Zolezzi

5. Simulation of the impacts of projected pumped-storage operations on temperature and turbidity in the two affected lakes
Martin Schmid, Matteo Bonalumi, Daniel F. McGinnis, Alfred Wüest

Environmantal flows

6. The Hydroelectric Power in mountain rivers: evaluation of the optimal flow rate
Claudia Dresti, Marzia Ciampittiello, and Houli Saidi

7. Meso-scale habitat models for the mitigation of hydro-power impacts in high gradient streams
Paolo Vezza, Piotr Parasiewicz, Michele Spairani, and Claudio Comoglio


Mitigation 1: Artificial floods

8. Artificial floods from Glen Canyon Dam benefit the tailwater rainbow trout population due to changes in the invertebrate prey base
Theodore Kennedy, Robert Hall, Wyatt Cross, Colden Baxter, Emma Rosi-Marshall, Kathrine Behn, and Theodore Melis

Mitigation 2: water reuse

9. Mitigation opportunities for obstructed river reaches by combining RES-E and WFD objectives
Alois Lashofer, Werner Hawle, Michael Pucher, Tim Cassidy, and Bernhard Pelikan

10. Assessing floodplain restoration potential through the re-use of hydropower peaking waves into nearby agricultural ditch networks
Maria Cristina Bruno, Bruno Maiolini, Elisa Varolo, Mauro Carolli, Martino Salvaro, Elisabeth Slomp, and Guido Zolezzi