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Posters HS2.3.12

HS2.3.12

Open data, Virtual laboratories and Large samples in comparative hydrology and multi-basin modelling
Convener: Berit Arheimer  | Co-Conveners: Hilary McMillan , Vazken Andréassian , Benny Selle , Conrad Jackisch 
Orals
 / Thu, 16 Apr, 08:30–12:00  / 13:30–15:00  / Room R4
Posters
 / Attendance Thu, 16 Apr, 17:30–19:00  /  / Attendance 17:30–19:00
 / Attendance Thu, 16 Apr, 17:30–19:00  /  / Attendance 17:30–19:00
 / Attendance Thu, 16 Apr, 17:30–19:00  /  / Attendance 17:30–19:00  / Red Posters

Attendance Time: Thursday, 16 April 2015, 17:30–19:00
Chairperson: Berit Arheimer; Vazken Andréassian, Hilary McMillan, Benny Selle, Conrad Jackisch
Theme 1: Open Data and multi-basin modelling

Red Posters
R30
EGU2015-263
Potential of Global Runoff Data for evaluation of seasonal flood patterns in Europe
Katarína Jeneiová, Juraj Parajka, Julia Hall, Silvia Kohnová, Jan Szolgay, and Günter Blöschl

R31
EGU2015-15707
Arctic-HYCOS: a Large Sample observing system for estimating freshwater fluxes in the drainage basin of the Arctic Ocean
Al Pietroniro, Johanna Korhonen, Ulrich Looser, Jórunn Hardardóttir, Morten Johnsrud, Valery Vuglinsky, David Gustafsson, Harry F. Lins, Jeffrey S. Conaway, Richard Lammers, Bruce Stewart, Tommaso Abrate, Paul Pilon, Daniel Sighomnou, and Berit Arheimer

R32
EGU2015-15615
CORDEX – a treasure trove of open climate data for hydrological modelling
Eleanor O’Rourke, Grigory Nikulin, and Erik Kjellström

R33
EGU2015-15624
Exploiting Open Environmental Data using Linked Data and Cloud Computing: the MELODIES project
Jon Blower, Pedro Gonçalves, Hervé Caumont, Manolis Koubarakis, and Bethan Perkins and the MELODIES consortium

R34
EGU2015-7179
Sharing Water-related Information to Tackle Changes in the Hydrosphere – for Operational Needs (SWITCH-ON)
Berit Arheimer and the Switch-on Consortium

R35
EGU2015-8629
RNRFA: an R package to interact with the UK National River Flow Archive
Claudia Vitolo, Matthew Fry, and Wouter Buytaert

R36
EGU2015-15439
Large Sample Hydrology : Building an international sample of watersheds to improve consistency and robustness of model evaluation
Thibault Mathevet, Rohini Kumar, Hoshin Gupta, Jai Vaze, and Vazken Andréassian

Theme 2: Virtual laboratories and comparative hydrology

R37
EGU2015-4604
Sharing hydrological knowledge: an international comparison of hydrological models in the Meuse River Basin
Laurène Bouaziz, Frederiek Sperna Weiland, Gilles Drogue, Claudia Brauer, and Albrecht Weerts

R38
EGU2015-7547
Catchment Prediction In Changing Environments (CAPICHE): A collaborative experiment in an open water science laboratory
Christopher Hutton, Thorsten Wagener, Jim Freer, and Dawei Han

R39
EGU2015-5975
Which model enhancements improved predictions: time series, geo-data or process representation?
Till Francke, José Miguel Delgado, and Axel Bronstert

R40
EGU2015-1775
Uncovering stability mechanisms in microbial ecosystems {\&}ndash; combining microcosm experiments, computational modelling and ecological theory in a multidisciplinary approach
Anja Worrich, Sara König, Thomas Banitz, Florian Centler, Karin Frank, Matthias Kästner, Anja Miltner, Martin Thullner, and Lukas Wick

R41 EGU2015-9462
Comparison of several parameterization and calibration approaches for a regional distributed model (withdrawn)
Flora Branger, François Tilmant, Thomas Cipriani, and Eric Sauquet

Theme 3: Large Samples and top-down & bottom-up approaches

R42
EGU2015-5597
Sensitivity of potential evaporation estimates to 100 years of climate variability
Ruud Bartholomeus, James Stagge, Lena Tallaksen, and Jan-Philip Witte

R43
EGU2015-5060
The Use of Landscape Variability in the mesoscale Hydrologic Model
Remko C. Nijzink, Markus Hrachowitz, Luis Samaniego, and Hubert H.G. Savenije

R44
EGU2015-11920
Ensuring the consistancy of Flow Direction Curve reconstructions: the 'quantile solidarity' approach
Carine Poncelet, Vazken Andreassian, and Ludovic Oudin

R45
EGU2015-13008
Can we construct back parametrizations of a given model structure using large sample hydrology?
Shervan Gharari, Hoshin Gupta, Markus Hrachowitz, Fabrizio Fenicia, and Hubert Savenije

R46
EGU2015-13998
The Turc-Budyko adimensional graphs as a tool for consistency assessment
Vazken Andréassian, Charles Perrin, Laurent Coron, and Nicolas Le Moine

R47
EGU2015-10403
A physical interpretation of hydrologic model complexity
MohamadMehdi Moayeri and Saket Pande

R48
EGU2015-1083 | presentation
Data analysis and hydrological modelling of frozen ground, shallow groundwater formation and river flow co-evolution at small watersheds of Russia in continuous, discontinuous permafrost and the zone of seasonal ground freezing
Luidmila Lebedeva and Olga Semenova

R49
EGU2015-2795
Comparing spatial and temporal transferability of hydrological model parameters
Sopan Patil and Marc Stieglitz

R50
EGU2015-3944
Water Resources in Mid 21. Century in Slovenia - What can we expect according to regional climate predictions integrated into catchment hydrological modeling and modeling of soil water balance - an integration of top-down and bottom-up modeling approaches
Lidija Globevnik and Andrej Vidmar