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Posters HS2.3.1

HS2.3.1

Understanding catchment and hillslope responses: from changing states and non-linearities to emergent behaviours
Convener: Daniele Penna  | Co-Conveners: Ilja van Meerveld , Luisa Hopp 
Orals
 / Thu, 01 May, 10:30–12:00  / Room R11
Posters
 / Attendance Thu, 01 May, 17:30–19:00  / Red Posters

Attendance Time: Thursday, 1 May 2014, 17:30–19:00
Red Posters
Chairperson: Daniele Penna, Ilja van Meerveld, Luisa Hopp
R141
EGU2014-616
Dynamic modelling of post-fire transient hydrological behavior of the permafrost basin
Liudmila Lebedeva, Olga Semenova, Nina Volkova, Matthias Forkel, Jonas Eberle, and Marcel Urban

R142
EGU2014-1117
Understanding the changing behaviour of a Mediterranean mountain catchment using stable isotopes and hydrometric data
Jérôme Latron, Maria Roig-Planasdemunt, and Pilar Llorens

R143
EGU2014-1946
The validity of the linear-reservoir approximation for various aquifers.
Gerrit H. de Rooij

R144
EGU2014-4062
Improved understanding of hillslope-scale hydrological processes using high-resolution soil moisture measurements
Edoardo Martini, Simon Kögler, Ute Wollschläger, Ulrike Werban, Thorsten Behrens, Karsten Schmidt, Peter Dietrich, and Steffen Zacharias

R145
EGU2014-4713
A low-dimensional hillslope and catchment runoff model based on a subsurface variable-source area hypothesis with weathered bedrock groundwater
Takahiro Sayama and Ken'ichirou Kosugi

R146
EGU2014-4780
Interception of rainfall and surface runoff in the Brazilian Cerrado
Paulo Tarso Oliveira, Edson Wendland, Mark Nearing, and João Perea Martins

R147 EGU2014-10304
Using transient travel time distributions to understand and model catchment dynamic states (withdrawn)
Paolo Benettin, Gianluca Botter, and Andrea Rinaldo

R148
EGU2014-11500
Response of near-stream surface connectivity to water table dynamics during rainfall events at a small headwater catchment (Luxembourg)
Jay Frentress, Núria Martínez-Carreras, Laurent Pfister, and Jeff McDonnell

R149
EGU2014-11821
Controls on water table response and hillslope-stream connectivity during wet and dry periods in an Alpine headwater catchment
Giulia Zuecco, Daniele Penna, Omar Oliviero, Luisa Pianezzola, Ilja van Meerveld, Giancarlo Dalla Fontana, and Marco Borga

R150 EGU2014-13756
Hydrological pathways of dissolved organic carbon: a case study from an upland peat catchment, northern Scotland. (withdrawn)
Shailaja Vinjili and Ruth Robinson

R151
EGU2014-14170
Who is in control? Competing influences of geology, land use and topography on soil moisture and soil temperature dynamics
Theresa Blume, Sibylle Hassler, and Markus Weiler

R152
EGU2014-15079
A new perspective on catchment storage gained from a nested catchment experiment in Luxembourg (Europe)
Laurent Pfister, Julian Klaus, Christophe Hissler, Jean François Iffly, Laurent Gourdol, Nuria Martinez-Carreras, and Jeffrey J. McDonnell

R153
EGU2014-15105
When is the steady state assumption valid? - Topographic controls on shallow groundwater levels in a steep, pre-alpine catchment
Michael Rinderer, Ilja van Meerveld, and Jan Seibert

R154 EGU2014-15811
Spatio-temporal variability of water table response in an abandoned farmland catchment in the Spanish Pyrenees (withdrawn)
Noemí Lana-Renault, Jérôme Latron, M. Pilar Serrano, and David Regüés

R155 EGU2014-15854
Runoff generation after abandonment of terrace cultivation in northwestern Spain (withdrawn)
Noemí Lana-Renault, Jose A. Llorente, Ianire Galilea, and Purificación Ruiz-Flaño

R156
EGU2014-10672
Sensitivity of runoff behaviour of Alpine catchments to system conditions - looking at the current and future situation
Gertraud Meißl, Klaus Klebinder, Florian Kerl, Christian Dobler, Clemens Geitner, Friedrich Schöberl, Bernhard Kohl, Gerhard Markart, Bernadette Sotier, Herbert Formayer, Robert Goler, Theresa Gorgas, Gerd Bürger, and Axel Bronstert