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Posters GM1.1

GM1.1

Process representation in geomorphology: from grains to landscapes, from millennia to decades
Convener: Michael Dietze  | Co-Conveners: Margret Fuchs , Jan Henrik Blöthe , Jantiene Baartman , Arnaud Temme , Marco Van De Wiel 
Orals
 / Mon, 28 Apr, 13:30–17:00  / Room G2
Posters
 / Attendance Mon, 28 Apr, 17:30–19:00  / Blue Posters

Attendance Time: Monday, 28 April 2014, 17:30–19:00
Blue Posters
Chairperson: Jan H. Blöthe, Marco van de Wiel
B361
EGU2014-6243
Sedimentological discontinuties as chances for enhancing process-based palaeo-environmental reconstruction
Kai Hartmann, Gregori Lockot, Bernd Wünnemann, Arne Ramisch, Bernhard Diekmann, and Dada Yan

B362
EGU2014-16787
Graph theory - recent developments of its application in geomorphology
Tobias Heckmann, Wolfgang Schwanghart, and Jonathan Pillips

B363
EGU2014-10864
Investigating the self-organization of debris flows: theory, modelling, and empirical work
Kirsten von Elverfeldt, Margreth Keiler, Wilfried Elmenreich, István Fehárvári, and Sergii Zhevzhyk

B364
EGU2014-14862
Trusting explanatory and exploratory models in computational geomorphology
Marco Van De Wiel, Eric Desjardins, Yannick Rousseau, Tristan Martel, and Peter Ashmore

B365
EGU2014-14890
Preservation of climate signal in catchment sediment yield: when, and when not
Marco Van De Wiel, Emily Lipkowski, and Ashley Taylor

B366
EGU2014-16798
Which questions to ask about parameters in a landscape or soilscape evolution model?
Arnaud Temme, Jantiene Baartman, and Marco Van De Wiel

B367
EGU2014-16682
A new set of MATLAB functions (TecDEM toolbox) to analyze erosional stages in landscapes and base-level changes in river profiles
Louis Andreani, Richard Gloaguen, and Faisal Shahzad

B368
EGU2014-12248
Interaction of ENSO-driven flood variability and anthropogenic changes driving river channel evolution: Corryong Creek, Australia
Elisha Teo and Philip Marren

B369
EGU2014-14602
Headland sediment bypassing and beach rotation in a rocky coast: an example at the western Portuguese coast
Mónica Ribeiro, Rui Taborda, Cristina Lira, Aurora Bizarro, and Anabela Oliveira

B370
EGU2014-15650
Cosmogenic nuclides application on French Mediterranean shore platform development
Jérémy Giuliano, Thomas Lebourg, Vincent Godard, Thomas Dewez, Régis Braucher, Didier Bourlès, and Nathalie Marçot

B371
EGU2014-16155
Quantifying ages of river terraces and basin wide denudation rates in Pamir
Vasila A. Sulaymonova, Margret C. Fuchs, Richard Gloaguen, Silke Merchel, and Georg Rugel

B372
EGU2014-14641
Comparing OSL and CN techniques for dating fluvial terraces and estimating surface process rates in Pamir
Margret Fuchs, Richard Gloaguen, Eric Pohl, Vasila Sulaymonova, Silke Merchel, and Georg Rugel

B373
EGU2014-16551
Deciphering Late-Pleistocence landscape evolution: linking proxies by combining pedo-stratigraphy and luminescence dating
Sebastian Kreutzer, Sascha Meszner, Dominik Faust, and Markus Fuchs

B374
EGU2014-6480
Volcanic rocks and pyroclastica as time markers in sedimentary sequences - but how to date them? Examples from the Quaternary Eifel volcanism, German
Ludwig Zoeller, Daniel Richter, Philip Klinger, and Paul van den Bogaard

B375
EGU2014-16824
Heavy mineral analyses as a powerful tool in fluvial geomorphology
Hans von Suchodoletz, Andreas Gärtner, and Dominik Faust

B376
EGU2014-1903
How well does end-member modelling analysis of grain size data work?
Philipp Schulte, Michael Dietze, and Elisabeth Dietze