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Posters HS2.2.3

HS2.2.3

Advances in hydrology using numerical weather models
Co-Conveners: Jimy Dudhia , Rafael Rosolem , Yunqing Xuan , Jia Liu 
Posters
 / Attendance Tue, 29 Apr, 17:30–19:00  / Red Posters

Attendance Time: Tuesday, 29 Apr, 17:30–19:00
Red Posters
Chairperson: Michaela Bray
R169
EGU2014-7 | presentation | presentation
Real-time flood forecasting with high-resolution NWP rainfall and dual data assimilation
Jia Liu, Michaela Bray, and Dawei Han

R170
EGU2014-4712
Application of WRF - SWAT OpenMI 2.0 based models integration for real time hydrological modelling and forecasting
Andrey Bugaets and Leonid Gonchukov

R171
EGU2014-5329
Seasonal snowmelt modelling for the Sieber catchment (Harz Mountains, Germany) by means of WRF-downscaled analysis data including different process parameterizations for microphysics and snowmelt
Kristian Förster, Günter Meon, and Ulrich Strasser

R172
EGU2014-7167
The Climaware project: Impacts of climate change on water resources management - regional strategies and European view
Guillaume Thirel, Daniela D'Agostino, Stéphane Démerliac, David Dorchies, Martina Flörke, Maxime Jay-Allemand, Claudine Jost, Katrin Kehr, Charles Perrin, Alessandra Scardigno, Christof Schneider, Stephan Theobald, and Klaus Träbing

R173
EGU2014-11074
The impact on climate of groundwater induced soil moisture memory : a study with a fully coupled WRF-LEAFHYDRO system
Gonzalo Miguez-Macho, Breogán Gómez, and Alberto Martínez-de la Torre

R174
EGU2014-11403
High resolution direct evaporation tagging in a RCM: A case study for West Africa
Harald Kunstmann and Hans Richard Knoche

R175
EGU2014-14563
Simulation of the water balance in the Elbe River basin using weather forecast data - A comparison of the hydrological models SWIM and HBV
Michael Roers, Tobias Vetter, Peter Hoffmann, and Frank Wechsung

R176
EGU2014-15644
Is bias correction of Regional Climate Model (RCM) simulations possible for non-stationary conditions?
Claudia Teutschbein and Jan Seibert

R177
EGU2014-16094
Modeling changes in extreme snowfall events in the Central Rocky Mountains Region with the Fully-Coupled WRF-Hydro Modeling System
David gochis, Roy rasmussen, Wei Yu, and Kyoko Ikeda