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Posters HS2.3.5

HS2.3.5

Isotope and tracer methods: flow paths characterization, catchment response and transformation processes
Convener: Christine Stumpp  | Co-Convener: Markus Weiler 
Orals
 / Tue, 29 Apr, 13:30–17:00  / Room R13
Posters
 / Attendance Tue, 29 Apr, 17:30–19:00  / Red Posters

Attendance Time: Tuesday, 29 April 2014, 17:30–19:00
Red Posters
Chairperson: Markus Weiler, Christine Stumpp
R178
EGU2014-8261
Evidence of hydraulic lift for pre-rainy season leaf out and dry-season stem water enrichment in Sclerocarya birrea, a tropical agroforestry tree
Natalie Ceperley, Theophile Mande, Andrea Rinaldo, and Marc B. Parlange

R179
EGU2014-13404
Uncoupling between soil and xylem water isotopic composition: how to discriminate mobile and tightly-bound water?
Paula Martín Gómez, Mònica Aguilera, Jesús Pemán, Eustaquio Gil Pelegrín, and Juan Pedro Ferrio

R180
EGU2014-11694
Can the soil properties affect the O and H isotopic composition of the soil water?
Christophe Hissler, Arnaud Legout, François Barnich, Martine Stoll, and Julian Klaus

R181
EGU2014-4217
Evaluation of soil water stable isotope analysis by H2O(liquid)-H2O(vapor) equilibration method
Benjamin Gralher and Christine Stumpp

R182
EGU2014-12656
Insights and questions raised from a multi-tracer plot-scale sprinkler experiment with time-lapse 3D GPR in a structured forested soil.
Conrad Jackisch, Matthias Sprenger, Niklas Allroggen, Loes van Schaik, Markus Weiler, and Erwin Zehe

R183
EGU2014-12372
Effects of land use on the distribution of stable isotopes of water (18O/2H) in a deep unconfined aquifer and its role for recharge estimates.
Sascha Müller, Søren Jessen, Peter Engesgaard, and Jari Jari Leskelä

R184
EGU2014-13260
Geochemical tracing of As pollution in the Orbiel Valley (southern France): 87Sr/86Sr as a tracer of the anthropogenic arsenic in surface and groundwater.
Mahmoud Khaska, Corinnne Le Gal La Salle, Joël Lancelot, Patrick Verdoux, and René Boutin

R185
EGU2014-12782
Isotope methods as a tool to characterize nitrate origin and transport in Kocinka catchment (central Poland): preliminary results
Anna Zurek, Przemyslaw Wachniew, Stanislaw Witczak, Kazimierz Rozanski, and Jaroslaw Kania

R186
EGU2014-14244
Geochemical signature of permanent and ephemeral thermal springs in Val di Cornia, Central Italy
Lisa Pierotti, Maddalena Pennisi, Antonio Muti, and Fabrizio Gherardi

R187
EGU2014-4576
Towards understanding the spatial and temporal characteristics of stream, hillslope, and groundwater runoff processes in a Rocky Mountain headwater catchment in Alberta, Canada
Sheena Spencer, Axel Anderson, Uldis Silins, Kevin Bladon, and Adrian Collins

R188
EGU2014-12805
Seasonal variability of geochemical signatures of streamflow: potential implications for end-member characterizations
Jean François Iffly, Francois Barnich, Christophe Hissler, Julian Klaus, Núria Martinez Carreras, and Laurent Pfister

R189
EGU2014-9280
Catchment classification based on a comparative analysis of time series of natural tracers
Christian Lehr, Gunnar Lischeid, and Doerthe Tetzlaff

R190
EGU2014-3851
Response of basic hydro-chemical indicators to rainfall-runoff events in forest disturbed catchments in upper Vydra, Central Sumava Mountains
Ye Su, Jakub Langhammer, and Jana Kaiglová

R191
EGU2014-15763
On the trail of ‘hidden streamflow' in Luxembourgish catchments
Michael Stewart, Laurent Pfister, Uwe Morgenstern, Nuria Martinez-Carreras, Laurent Gourdol, Julian Klaus, and Jeffrey McDonnell

R192
EGU2014-4744
How old is upland catchment water?
Harald Hofmann, Ian Cartwright, Uwe Morgenstern, and Benjamin Gilfedder

R193
EGU2014-1100
How old is overland flow? - Isotopic and hydrochemical evidence of considerable pre-event water contribution from a forested catchment
Frauke Barthold, Alexander Zimmermann, Benjamin Turner, and Helmut Elsenbeer

R194
EGU2014-11124
Diatoms as a fingerprint of sub-catchment contributions to meso-scale catchment runoff
Julian Klaus, Carlos E. Wetzel, Nuria Martinez-Carreras, Luc Ector, and Laurent Pfister

R195
EGU2014-4955
Diatoms as an indicator for tile drainage flow in a German lowland catchment
Naicheng Wu, Claas Faber, Uta Ulrich, Britta Schmalz, and Nicola Fohrer

R196
EGU2014-6644
A new method for separating tile drainage flow in a low land catchment using EMMA
Claas Faber, Naicheng Wu, Uta Ulrich, Britta Schmalz, and Nicola Fohrer

R197
EGU2014-11637
Experimental assessment of a schist hillslope in Luxembourg with a view to modelling
Anna Scaini, Fabrizio Fenicia, and Keith Beven

R198
EGU2014-15522
An efficient tracer experimental design for measuring time-variable transit time distributions in periodic hydrodynamic systems
Ciaran Harman and Minseok Kim

R199
EGU2014-15931
Bayesian attribution of uncertainty in isotope hydrograph separation
Joshua Larsen, Maria Tran, Martin Andersen, Adam Hartland, Andy Baker, and Gregoire Mariethoz

R200
EGU2014-12606
Measurement and Analysis of Precipitation Temperatures and Their Potential as Non-Conservative Tracer for Understanding Rainfall-Runoff Processes
Jochen Seidel, András Bárdossy, and Elena Genkinger

R201
EGU2014-1345
Characterising water balance dynamics and different runoff components in a poorly gauged tropical catchment, Nicaragua
Heyddy Calderon and Stefan Uhlenbrook

R202
EGU2014-9744
Groundwater Recharge and Flow Regime revealed by multi-tracers approach in a headwater, North China Plain
Koichi Sakakibara, Maki Tsujimura, Xianfang Song, and Jie Zhang

R203
EGU2014-9954
The Western Ghat as the water tower of the South Indian Rivers : a stable isotope investigation on the origin of water and factors affecting the water cycle.
Luc Lambs, Muguli Tripti, and Keshava Balakrishna

R204
EGU2014-4019
Quantification of groundwater-seawater interaction in a coastal sandy aquifer system: a study from Panama, Sri Lanka
Rohana Chandrajith, Dinusha Chaturangani, Sumith Abeykoon, Johannes A.C. Barth, Robert van Geldern, Viraj Edirisinghe, and Chandra B. Dissanayake