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Poster Programme HS2.17

HS2.17

Catchment Similarity and Organisation
Convener: S. Archfield  | Co-Conveners: T. Wagener , A. Castellarin , B. McGlynn , E. Zehe , U. Ehret , U. Scherer 
Oral Programme
 / Mon, 23 Apr, 13:30–17:00  / Room 33
Poster Programme
 / Attendance Mon, 23 Apr, 17:30–19:00  / Hall A

Attendance Time: Monday, 23 April 2012, 17:30–19:00
Hall A
Chairperson: Thorsten Wagener, Brian McGlynn, and Uwe Ehret
A138
EGU2012-471
Assessing anthropogenic pressure on catchments using the correlation dimension approach
M. Ma, G. Lischeid, C. Merz, and B. Thomas

Hall A
A139
EGU2012-473
A Model for coupled heat and moisture transfer in permafrost regions of three rivers source areas, Qinghai, China
X.L. Wu, X.H. Xiang, C.H. Wang, and Q.Q. Shao

Hall A
A140 EGU2012-1952
Selection of Reference Streamgages using Map Correlation Method for Western Blacksea Basin in Turkey (withdrawn)
E. Kentel and E. Kayra

Hall A
A141
EGU2012-2351
Incorporating landscape classifications in hydrological conceptual models A case study for a central European meso-scale catchment
S. Gharari, M. Hrachowitz, F. Fenicia, and H. H. G. Savenije

Hall A
A142
EGU2012-2567
Assessment of the FEH-ReFH Rainfall runoff model at the Miho catchment, Korea
H. Lee and J. Joo

Hall A
A143
EGU2012-3575
Identification of hydrological similarities as a precondition for regionalization of model parameters for catchments in Lusatia, Germany
I. Pohle, H. Koch, and U. Grünewald

Hall A
A144
EGU2012-5262
Which catchment properties determine runoff behavior in small catchments?
B. D. Thomas, G. Lischeid, J. Steidl, and R. Dannowski

Hall A
A145
EGU2012-5535
New morphometric properties for channel network classification using the graph theory and DEM
R. Moussa, F. Colin, M. Rabotin, and A; Crabit

Hall A
A146
EGU2012-6516
Catchments as simple dynamical systems: uncertainty, calibration and catchment characteristics
A.J. Teuling, S.W. van Berkum, R. Uijlenhoet, S.I. Seneviratne, and I. Lehner

Hall A
A147
EGU2012-6904
Can smarter calibration and regionalisation of rainfall-runoff models improve prediction of low-flows in tropical catchments?
C. Petheram, P. Rustomji, and F.H.S. Chiew

Hall A
A148
EGU2012-7367 | presentation
A similarity approach for the regionalization of hydrological model parameter sets
M. Wallner, J. Dietrich, and U. Haberlandt

Hall A
A149
EGU2012-7992
Hydrograph transposition to ungauged basins from neighbouring and nested basins
A. de Lavenne, C. Cudennec, and H. Boudhraa

Hall A
A150
EGU2012-8042
Streamflow velocity estimation in GIUH-type approach: what can neighbouring basins tell us?
A. de Lavenne and C. Cudennec

Hall A
A151
EGU2012-8766
Spatial modelling of soil properties within an experimental catchment
P. Lizama, M. Broer, A. Eder, J. Parajka, and P. Strauss

Hall A
A152
EGU2012-9785
A sediment structure model for describing the 3D spatial distribution of soil hydraulic properties of an artificial catchment using pedotransfer functions
T. Maurer, R. Bartsch, A. Schneider, and H.H. Gerke

Hall A
A153
EGU2012-10716 | presentation
Numerical and analytical solution of diffusion wave approximation for surface water routing in a distributed hydrological model
T. Berezowski, O. Batelaan, and J. Chormanski

Hall A
A154
EGU2012-11530
Calibration at regional scale for rainfall-runoff modeling in ungauged catchments.
E. Montosi, A. Montanari, E. Toth, J. Parajka, and G. Blöschl

Hall A
A155
EGU2012-11717
Data-driven catchment classification: combining linear and non-linear approaches to improve hydrological predictions in ungauged catchments
M. Di Prinzio, A. Castellarin, and E. Toth

Hall A
A156
EGU2012-11719
Modelling the hydraulic and geochemical evolution of a hillslope transect
U. Maier, M. Flegr, H. Rügner, B. Selle, and P. Grathwohl

Hall A
A157
EGU2012-12174
Empirical relations between catchment characteristics and discharge patterns in Sweden
G. Lindström, J. Dahné, and B. Arheimer

Hall A
A158
EGU2012-12431
The combined effect of topography and vegetation on the temporal evolution of catchment connectivity
F. Nippgen, B.L. McGlynn, and R.E. Emanuel

Hall A
A159
EGU2012-13909
A top-down modelling approach to understand hydrologic similarity
K. Sawicz, T. Wagener, M. Sivapalan, P. Troch, and G. Carrillo

Hall A
A160
EGU2012-13910
Transferring rainfall runoff model parameters to ungauged catchments: Does the metric by which hydrologic similarity is defined actually matter?
R. Singh, S.A. Archfield, T. Wagener, and R.M. Vogel

Hall A
A161
EGU2012-14254
Maximizing power to constrain simple conceptual models
M. Westhoff and E. Zehe

Hall A
A162
EGU2012-14283
Hydrological functional unit identification - linking observables and concepts towards a minimal adequate catchment representation
C. Jackisch

Hall A
A163
EGU2012-14287
Identification of catchment functional units by time series of multi-spectral and thermal remote sensing images
B. Müller and K. Schulz

Hall A
A164
EGU2012-14288
Analysing the spatio-temporal organization of sediment dynamics at the hillslope scale using a process based erosion model
U. Scherer, E. Zehe, U. Ehret, and A. Kleidon