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Posters HS2.2

HS2.2

Hydrological extremes: from droughts to floods
Convener: Alberto Viglione  | Co-Conveners: Attilio Castellarin , Jan Szolgay , Lena M. Tallaksen , Gregor Laaha 
Orals
 / Tue, 09 Apr, 10:30–12:00  / 13:30–17:00  / Room R6
Posters
 / Attendance Tue, 09 Apr, 17:30–19:00  / Red Posters

Attendance Time: Tuesday, 09 Apr, 17:30–19:00
Red Posters
Chairperson: Alberto Viglione & Attilio Castellarin
R191
EGU2013-465
A peaks-over-threshold model for floods with zero-inflated Poisson arrivals
Artur Tiago Silva, Maria Manuela Portela, and Mauro Naghettini

R192
EGU2013-2082
Climate change impact on spring flood volume in northeastern Canada watersheds using a climate ensemble
Jacinthe Clavet-Gaumont, Nathalie Thiémonge, James Merleau, Luc Perreault, and René Roy

R193
EGU2013-4057
Analysis of extreme rain and flood events using a regional hydrologically enhanced hydrometeorological system
Ismail Yucel and Alper Onen

R194
EGU2013-4158 | presentation | presentation
A combined drought index from the Global Precipitation Climatology Centre (GPCC)
Markus Ziese, Udo Schneider, Anja Meyer-Christoffer, Peter Finger, Kirstin Schamm, Andreas Becker, and Bruno Rudolf

R195
EGU2013-4250
The Severe Drought in the Yangtze River Basin in the spring of 2011
Jie Wei

R196
EGU2013-4460
500-year April-September droughts in the Czech Lands based on documentary data and instrumental records
Ladislava Řezníčková, Rudolf Brázdil, Miroslav Trnka, Petr Dobrovolný, Oldřich Kotyza, Petr Štěpánek, Pavel Zahradníček, and Hubert Valášek

R197
EGU2013-4502 | presentation | presentation
A Drier world in the future? Assessing water deficit frequency and spatial extent using the ISI-MIP multi-model experiments.
Ignazio Giuntoli, Christel Prudhomme, Douglas Clark, Emma Robinson, and David Hannah

R198
EGU2013-5078
Challenges estimating the return period of extreme floods for reinsurance applications
Emma Raven, Kathryn Busby, and Ye Liu

R199
EGU2013-5321
Flood Classification Using Support Vector Machines
Lieke A. Melsen, Paul J.J. Torfs, and Claudia C. Brauer

R200
EGU2013-5622
Towards spatially distributed flood forecasts in flash flood prone areas: application to the supervision of a road network in the South of France
Jean-Philippe Naulin, Olivier Payrastre, Eric Gaume, and Guy Delrieu

R201
EGU2013-6108
Predictive performance of flood frequency analysis approaches: a national comparison based on an extensive French dataset.
Benjamin Renard, Krzysztof Kochanek, Michel Lang, Patrick Arnaud, Yoann Aubert, Thomas Cipriani, and Eric Sauquet

R202
EGU2013-6417
Assessment of precipitation deficits and surpluses in mainland Portugal using the Standardized Precipitation Index
Fátima Espírito Santo and M. Isabel P. de Lima

R203
EGU2013-6546
Research on Extremes within the GEWEX Hydroclimatology Panel
Ronald Stewart, Sam Benedict, Jason Evans, Jan Polcher, and Peter van Oevelen

R204
EGU2013-6633
Variation of IUH shapes with size of rainfall-runoff events in a small agricultural catchment
Kazimierz Banasik, Leszek Hejduk, and Jerzy Banasik

R205
EGU2013-6877
Relation between lag times in winter foods from agricultural watershed
Agnieszka Hejduk, Leszek Hejduk, and Kazimierz Banasik

R206
EGU2013-7174
The benefit of climatological and reforecast data for simulating hydrological droughts in Switzerland
Stefanie Jörg-Hess, Silja Kempf, Felix Fundel, and Massimiliano Zappa

R207
EGU2013-7229
Propagation of Flood and Drought through the Hydrologic Cycle in Global Major River Basins
Pat J. -F. Yeh

R208
EGU2013-7556
Large-scale analysis of changing frequencies of rain-on-snow events over Europe and their impact on floods
Daphné Freudiger, Irene Kohn, Kerstin Stahl, and Markus Weiler

R209
EGU2013-7727
Simulation of extreme reservoir level distribution with the SCHADEX method (EXTRAFLO project)
Emmanuel Paquet, David Penot, and Federico Garavaglia

R210
EGU2013-8155
Extreme flood estimation by the SCHADEX method in a snow-driven catchment: application to Atnasjø (Norway)
Emmanuel Paquet and Deborah Lawrence

R211
EGU2013-8190
The relationship between peaks of maximum annual floods and their volumes in Austria
Silvia Kohnova, Juraj Parajka, Ladislav Gaal, Jan Szolgay, Alberto Viglione, Kamila Hlavcova, and Guenter Boeschl

R212
EGU2013-8192
Evaluation of meteorological drought indices for streamflow modeling
Klaus Haslinger, Daniel Koffler, Günter Blöschl, Juraj Parajka, Wolfgang Schöner, and Gregor Laaha

R213
EGU2013-9902
Rural Land Management: Simultaneous benefits for both floods and droughts?
Ian Pattison, Sim Reaney, Stuart Lane, and Richard Hardy

R214
EGU2013-10300
MODIS time series analysis as a tool for forest drought detection in Catalonia (NE Iberian Peninsula): integration of remote sensing and climatic variables.
Cristina Domingo, Jordi Cristóbal, Miquel Ninyerola, and Xavier Pons

R215
EGU2013-10628
The effects of the sub-grid variability of soil and land cover data on agricultural droughts in Germany
Rohini Kumar, Luis Samaniego, and Matthias Zink

R216
EGU2013-11012
A comparison of large 18th-century floods on Danube: Vienna - Bratislava - Budapest
Andrea Kiss and Juraj Parajka

R217
EGU2013-11635
A distributed hydrologic model for the estimation of the design flood and for the hydraulic safety of existing dams in Sardinia (Italy)
Clorinda Cortis, Alessio Sarigu, Nicola Montaldo, and Andrea Saba

R218
EGU2013-12383
Trends in floods in small Norwegian catchments - instantaneous vs. daily peaks
Donna Wilson and Hege Hisdal

R219
EGU2013-12794
Linkages between precipitation and discharge trends in Central Vietnam
Maxime Souvignet, Jim Freer, Hannah Cloke, and Patrick Laux

R220
EGU2013-13170
Can global hydrological models reproduce large scale river flood regimes?
Stephanie Eisner and Martina Flörke

R221
EGU2013-13214
Floods and low flows prediction in ungauged basins - a comparative assessment of studies
Jose Luis Salinas, Gregor Laaha, Magdalena Rogger, Juraj Parajka, Alberto Viglione, Murugesu Sivapalan, and Guenter Bloeschl