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HS4.4

Drought and water scarcity: hydrological monitoring, modelling and forecasting to improve water management
Convener: Jürgen Vogt  | Co-Conveners: Athanasios Loukas , Elena Toth , Micha Werner , Brunella Bonaccorso 
Orals
 / Wed, 30 Apr, 13:30–17:00
Posters
 / Attendance Wed, 30 Apr, 17:30–19:00

Attendance Time: Wednesday, 30 April 2014, 17:30–19:00
Red Posters
Chairperson: Brunella Bonaccorso
R276
EGU2014-5078
A forward looking definition of drought
Benjamin Lloyd-Hughes

Red Posters
R277
EGU2014-4267
European drought climatologies for the period 1950 to 2012
Jonathan Spinoni, Gustavo Naumann, Jürgen V. Vogt, and Paulo Barbosa

Red Posters
R278
EGU2014-13656
High resolution multi-scalar drought indices for Iberia
Ana Russo, Célia Gouveia, Ricardo Trigo, and Sonia Jerez

Red Posters
R279
EGU2014-10596
Exploring the link between drought indicators and impacts through data visualization and regression trees
Sophie Bachmair, Kerstin Stahl, Veit Blauhut, and Irene Kohn

Red Posters
R280
EGU2014-14336 | presentation
Impacts of European drought events: insights from an international impact report inventory
Irene Kohn, James H. Stagge, Veit Blauhut, Sophie Bachmair, Kerstin Stahl, and Lena M. Tallaksen

Red Posters
R281
EGU2014-2885
Impact of meteorological forcing datasets on regional scale water fluxes and drought characteristics over Germany
Rohini Kumar, Luis Samaniego, Ben Livneh, Matthias Zink, and David Schäfer

Red Posters
R282
EGU2014-783 | presentation
A model for water discharge based on energy consumption data (WATEN).
María Carmen Moyano, Lucía Tornos, and Luis Juana

Red Posters
R283
EGU2014-14116
Parameterization of rainfall-runoff models by using utility functions for the reproduction of low and average flows
Emanuele Baratti, Alberto Montanari, and Elena Toth

Red Posters
R284
EGU2014-7345
Multi-scale groundwater modelling for the assessment of sustainable borehole yields under drought
Kirsty Upton, Adrian Butler, Chris Jackson, and Mike Jones

Red Posters
R285
EGU2014-3868
Seasonal UK river flow forecasts based on persistence and historical analogy
Cecilia Svensson

Red Posters
R286
EGU2014-9933
On the decrease of water resources during the last decades in the Flumendosa basin, Sardinia.
Roberto Corona, Nicola Montaldo, and John D. Albertson

Red Posters
R287
EGU2014-12338
Assessing Portuguese Guadiana Basin water management impacts under climate change and paleoclimate variability
Rodrigo Maia, Bruno Oliveira, Vanessa Ramos, and Levi Brekke

Red Posters
R288
EGU2014-14144
An assessment of the drought hazard in the Tiber River Basin in Central Italy, and a comparison of new and commonly used meteorological indicators.
Pamela Maccioni, Maggie Kossida, and Tommaso Moramarco

Red Posters
R289
EGU2014-14165
Regionalization procedures for hydrological drought assessment in Cevennes region, France
Helene Dewaele, Lampros Vasiliades, Michel Esteves, and Athanasios Loukas

Red Posters
R290
EGU2014-14315
Comparison among different downscaling approaches in building water scarcity scenarios in an Alpine basin.
Nicolas Guyennon, Emanuele Romano, Davide Mariani, Anna Bruna Petrangeli, and Ivan Portoghese

Red Posters
R291 EGU2014-10598
Bivariate copula-based drought analysis in Bali, Indonesia (withdrawn)
Ardhasena Sopaheluwakan, Kenny Wiratama, Roberto Kondorura, Helena Margaretha, Robi Muharsyah, Dian Nur Ratri, and Supari Supari

Red Posters
R292
EGU2014-13555 | presentation
Seasonal predictions of agro-meteorological drought indicators for the Limpopo basinSeasonal predictions of agro-meteorological drought indicators for the Limpopo basin
Fredrik Wetterhall, Hessel Winsemius, Emanuel Dutra, Micha Werner, and Florian Pappenberger

Red Posters
R293
EGU2014-15560
Methodology To Define Drought Management Scenarios Based On Accumulated Future Projections Of Risk
David Haro-Monteagudo, Abel Solera-Solera, and Joaquín Andreu-Álvarez

Red Posters
R294
EGU2014-16687
Implementing drought early warning systems: policy lessons and future needs
Ana Iglesias, Micha Werner, Rodrigo Maia, Luis Garrote, and Washington Nyabeze