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Posters SSS2.5/HS8.3.9

SSS2.5/HS8.3.9

Progress and Challenges in Understanding Vadose Zone Processes: Commuting between soil science and hydrology (co-organized)
Co-Conveners: Preben Olsen , Marnik Vanclooster , Artemi Cerdà , Jonay Neris 
Session details
Orals
 / Tue, 09 Apr, 15:30–17:00  / Room B6
Posters
 / Attendance Tue, 09 Apr, 17:30–19:00  / Blue Posters
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Attendance Time: Tuesday, 09 Apr, 17:30–19:00
Blue Posters
Chairperson: Elena Okada
B696
EGU2013-4334
Measuring and Modelling water related soil - vegetation feedbacks in a fallow plot
Nadia Ursino, Giorgio Cassiani, Rita Deiana, Giulio Vignoli, and Jacopo Boaga

B697
EGU2013-10432
Vertical water and DOC/DIC flux estimates in a hummocky groundmoraine soil landscape
Helene Rieckh, Horst H. Gerke, Michael Sommer, and Jan Siemens

B698
EGU2013-10514
The use of a hydrological physically based model to evaluate the vine adaptability to future climate: the case study of a Protected Designation of Origin area (DOC and DOCG) of Southern Italy
Antonello Bonfante, Angelo Basile, Massimo Menenti, Eugenia Monaco, Silvia Maria Alfieri, Piero Manna, Giuliano Langella, and Francesca De Lorenzi

B699
EGU2013-11450
Modelling the water budget of a cultivated hillslope under Sudanian climate: evidenced role of the riparian forest
Aloïs Richard, Sylvie Galle, Marc Descloitres, Jean-Martial Cohard, Jean-Pierre Vandervaere, and Luc Séguis

B700
EGU2013-1074
Spatial variation in soil penetration resistance according to the structural states of the soil and soybean crop yield
Marcelo Wilson, María Carolina Sasal, José Oszust, Emmanuel Gabioud, and Ricardo Melchiori

B701
EGU2013-1545
Effect of spatial variability of soil properties on infiltration
Marisa Domenech, Mauricio Castro Franco, Virginia Aparicio, and José Luis Costa

B702
EGU2013-1548
Characterizing the spatial variability of soil infiltration using apparent electrical conductivity
Mauricio Castro Franco, Marisa Domenech, Virginia Aparicio, and José Luis Costa

B703
EGU2013-2102
Effect of spatial variability on solute velocity and dispersion in two soils of the Argentinian Pampas
Virginia Aparicio, José Costa, Marisa Domenech, and Mauricio Castro Franco

B704
EGU2013-2906
Analysis of heterogeneous hydrological properties of a mountainous hillslope using intensive water flow measurements
Naoya Masaoka, Ken'ichirou Kosugi, Yosuke Yamakawa, Takahisa Mizuyama, and Daizo Tsutsumi

B705
EGU2013-7862
Experimental Determination of Hydraulic Properties of Unsaturated Calcarenites
Antonietta Celeste Turturro, Gioacchino Francesco Andriani, Maria Clementina Caputo, and Sabino Maggi

B706
EGU2013-1580
The impact of soil structure on runoff and nitrogen and phosphorous losses in the Argentinean Pampas
Maria Carolina Sasal, Joël Léonard, Adrián Andriulo, and Marcelo Wilson

B707
EGU2013-342
Bromide transport in different soils under no till and conventional tillage
Elena Okada, José Luis Costa, and Francisco Bedmar

B708
EGU2013-3308
Soil physical properties: Key factors for successful reclamation of disturbed landscapes
Julia Krümmelbein and Thomas Raab

B709
EGU2013-5992
Infiltration and soil erosion modelling on Lausatian post mine sites
Franziska Kunth and Jürgen Schmidt

B710
EGU2013-5385
Vadose zone monitoring strategies to control water flux dynamics and changes in soil hydraulic properties.
Javier Valdes-Abellan, Joaquin Jiménez-Martínez, and Lucila Candela

B711
EGU2013-7411
Theoretical and Numerical Investigations on Shallow Tunnelling in Unsaturated Soils
Enrico Soranzo and Wei Wu

B712
EGU2013-2912
Combination use of electrical resistivity imaging and a new combined penetrometer-moisture probe for measuring water content distribution in hillslopes
Yosuke Yamakawa, Naoya Masaoka, Ken'ichirou Kosugi, and Takahisa Mizuyama

B713
EGU2013-1415
Novel method for the simultaneous quantification of soil hydraulic functions in the laboratory under consideration of shrinkage
Uwe Schindler and Lothar Mueller