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Poster Programme HS2.18

HS2.18

Improving hypothesis testing in hydrology
Convener: F. Fenicia  | Co-Conveners: D. Kavetski , M. Clark 
Oral Programme
 / Thu, 26 Apr, 08:30–12:00  / Room 34
Poster Programme
 / Attendance Thu, 26 Apr, 17:30–19:00  / Hall A

Attendance Time: Thursday, 26 April 2012, 17:30–19:00
Hall A
A68
EGU2012-713 | presentation
Recession curve analysis for groundwater levels: case study in Latvia
A. Gailuma, I. Vītola, K. Abramenko, D. Lauva, V. Vircavs, A. Veinbergs, and Z. Dimanta

Hall A
A69
EGU2012-3616
Evaluation of the applicability of SWAT in the Nile Basin countries: a review
A. van Griensven, P. M. Ndomba, and F. Kilonzo

Hall A
A70
EGU2012-3711 | presentation
Multimodel evaluation of twenty lumped hydrological models under contrasted climate conditions
G. Seiller, F. Anctil, and C. Perrin

Hall A
A71
EGU2012-6031
Comparing the performance of different model structures with respect to different hydrological signatures
T. Euser, H.C. Winsemius, M. Hrachowitz, F. Fenicia, and H.H.G. Savenije

Hall A
A72
EGU2012-7494
Regional stochastic estimation of the groundwater catchment for distributed hydrological modelling
Th. Wöhling, L. Samaniego, B. Selle, R. Kumar, and M. Zink

Hall A
A73
EGU2012-9115
A test for the transferability of regionalized model parameters across calibration scales and locations
R. Kumar and L. Samaniego

Hall A
A74
EGU2012-9811
Aquifer Properties in Hepokangas, Northern Finland
M.Sc. Pihlaja

Hall A
A75
EGU2012-11557
Improving hypothesis testing through the application of flexible model structures
F. Fenicia, D. Kavetski, G. Schoups, M.P. Clark, H.H.G. Savenije, and L. Pfister

Hall A
A76
EGU2012-10338
Monitoring and modeling as a continuing learning process: the use of hydrological models in a general probabilistic framework.
G. Baroni, T. Gräff, F. Reinstorf, and S.E. Oswald

Hall A
A77
EGU2012-7890
How inputs of an hydrologic model have to be adjusted to its underlying physical hypothesis? Case study on the Lez hydrodynamic modeling (Southern France)
L. Kong A Siou, P. Fleury, A. Johannet, V. Borrell Estupina, N. Dörfliger, and S. Pistre