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Posters HS2.4.6

HS2.4.6

Climate Change and Water Resources in Central Asia and Caucasus
Co-Conveners: Georgia Destouni , Markus Disse 
Orals
 / Fri, 02 May, 10:30–12:00  / Room R8
Posters
 / Attendance Fri, 02 May, 13:30–15:00  / Red Posters

Attendance Time: Friday, 2 May 2014, 13:30–15:00
Red Posters
Chairperson: Zhaodong FENG
R259
EGU2014-4498
Long-term hydro-climatic changes in the Selenga river basin, Central Asia
Rebecka Törnqvist, Shilpa M. Asokan, Jan Pietroń, Jerker Jarsjö, and Georgia Destouni

R260
EGU2014-8520
Climate related natural hazards management in the vulnerable regions of Uzbekistan - experiences in the frame of projects Climate Risk Management in Uzbekistan (CRM-Uz) and Water in Central Asia (CAWa)
Alexander Merkushkin, Abror Gafurov, Natalya Agaltseva, Alexander Pak, Birgit Mannig, Heiko Paeth, Sergiy Vorogushyn, and Katy Unger-Shayesteh

R261
EGU2014-13573
Projected impacts of climate change on hydrology, water resource use and adaptation needs for the Chu and Talas cross-border rivers basin, Central Asia
Shamil Shamil Iliasov, Svetlana Dolgikh, Annukka Lipponen, and Viktor Novikov

R262
EGU2014-15189
Mapping cropland parameters - Results from the Central Asian Water (CAWa) project
Christopher Conrad, Fabian Löw, and Katy Unger-Shayesteh

R263
EGU2014-10197
Future of water resources in the Aral Sea Region, Central Asia - Reality-checked climate model projections
Shilpa M Asokan and Georgia Destouni

R264
EGU2014-16973
Climate Change and Water Infrastructure in Central Asia: adaptation capacities and institutional challenges
Iskandar Abdullaev and Shavkat Rakhmatullaev

R265
EGU2014-1595
Climatic and Hydrological Changes of Past 100 Years in Asian Arid Zone
Zhaodong FENG, Vitaliy SALNIKOV, and Changchun XU

R266
EGU2014-311
FEATURES OF DURATION AND BORDERS OF THE BEDDING OF SNOW COVER IN THE CONDITIONS OF CLIMATIC CHANGES IN THE TERRITORY OF NORTHERN KAZAKHSTAN ACCORDING TO LAND AND SPACE MONITORING
Vitaliy Salnikov, Galina Turulina, Svetlana Polyakova, Nadiya Muratova, Azamat Kauazov, Aigul Abugalieva, and Tamara Tazhibayeva

R267
EGU2014-358
Evaluation of Reanalysis, Spatially-interpolated and Remote-sensing derived Precipitation Datasets over Central Asia
Zengyun Hu and Chi Zhang

R268
EGU2014-1416
Using field observations and satellite data for the study of energy and water cycle over heterogeneous landscape of the Tibetan Plateau
Yaoming Ma

R269
EGU2014-1423
Degradation processes of hydrological resources by human and climate - example of small lakes in Northern Kazakhstan and Southern Siberia.
Burghard Meyer and Vera Schreiner

R270
EGU2014-1453
Glacier changes in Chinese Altay Mountains during the last ~50 years
Zhongqin Li, Huilin Li, and Feiteng Wang

R271
EGU2014-2370
Ecosystem responses to substantial channel flow changes of the Tarim River (NW China)
Christian Opp, Andreas Ginau, Zhandong Sun, and Ümüt Halik

R272
EGU2014-8610
Comparative analysis of two hydrological models with different glacier parameterisations for climate impact assessment and water resources management in the Syrdarya Basin, Central Asia
Abror Gafurov, Doris Duethmann, Natalya Agaltseva, Alexander Merkushkin, Alexander Pak, David Kriegel, Matthias Huss, Andreas Güntner, Bruno Merz, Katy Unger-Shayesteh, Birgit Mannig, Heiko Paeth, and Sergiy Vorogushyn

R273
EGU2014-13256
Glacier retreat accounts for more than 25 percent of summer runoff in the central Pamirs
Malte Knoche, Martin Lindner, Christiane Meier, Eric Pohl, Stephan Weise, and Ralf Merz

R274
EGU2014-15992 | presentation
Climate change and water resources in northern Mongolia
Lucas Menzel, Tobias Törnros, and Ines Marberg

R275
EGU2014-16230
Towards a climate impact assessment of the Tarim River, NW China: integrated hydrological modelling using SWIM
Michel Wortmann

R276
EGU2014-6199
Sediment transport patterns and climate change: the downstream Tuul River case study, Northern Mongolia.
Jan Pietroń and Jerker Jarsjö