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Posters HS10.11

HS10.11

GW-SW interactions: concepts, methods and biogeochemical and ecologic implications
Convener: Fulvio Boano  | Co-Conveners: Luisa Stellato , Jan Fleckenstein , Jörg Lewandowski , Stefan Krause , Benjamin Gilfedder , Gabriel Rau , Harald Hofmann 
Orals
 / Wed, 15 Apr, 13:30–17:00  / Room G10
Posters
 / Attendance Thu, 16 Apr, 17:30–19:00  / Red Posters

Attendance Time: Thursday, 16 April 2015, 17:30–19:00
Red Posters
R159
EGU2015-365
Groundwater quality analysis in volcanic area using R: a case from Bandung Basin Indonesia
Dasapta Erwin Irawan, Ahmad Darul, Farzina Akter, and Willem Vervoort

R160
EGU2015-7450
Modelling Surface water-groundwater interaction in New Zealand: Model development and application
Jing Yang, Hilary McMillan, Christian Zammit, and Graeme Horrell

R161
EGU2015-2359
A new method for the determination of Gadolinium in ppq levels
Robert Brünjes, Andrea Bichler, and Thilo Hofmann

R162
EGU2015-3223
Spatio-temporal variation of stream-aquifer interaction: Effect of a weir construction in Korea
Hyeonju Lee, Min-Ho Koo, Kisu Kim, and Yongcheol Kim

R163
EGU2015-3468
Stable water isotopes as tracers in studies of lacustrine groundwater discharge
Jörg Lewandowski, Franziska Pöschke, Karin Meinikmann, Sebastian Rudnick, Cécile Périllon, Hatem Elmarami, Gudrun Massmann, and Christine Stumpp

R164
EGU2015-5107
LPMLE3: A New Analytical Approach to Determine Vertical Groundwater-Surface Water Exchange Flux under Uncertainty and Heterogeneity
Uwe Schneidewind, Matthijs van Berkel, Christian Anibas, Gerd Vandersteen, Ingeborg Joris, Piet Seuntjens, and Okke Batelaan

R165
EGU2015-5363
Spatial Variability of Streambed Hydraulic Conductivity of a Lowland River
Uwe Schneidewind, Steven Thornton, Ellen Van De Vijver, Ingeborg Joris, and Piet Seuntjens

R166
EGU2015-5492
Redox properties of dissolved organic matter along redox gradients in two peatland-dominated forested catchments
Markus Schmitt, Michael Sander, Christian Blodau, Stefan Peiffer, and Klaus-Holger Knorr

R167
EGU2015-6886
The effect of sediment thermal conductivity on vertical groundwater flux estimates
Eva Sebok, Sascha Müller, Peter Engesgaard, and Carlos Duque

R168
EGU2015-8890
A simulation-optimization model for effective water resources management in the coastal zone
Katerina Spanoudaki and Nikolaos Kampanis

R169
EGU2015-14842
Experimental and numerical modelling of surface water-groundwater flow and pollution interactions under tidal forcing
Katerina Spanoudaki, Bettina Bockelmann-Evans, Florian Schaefer, Nikolaos Kampanis, Aikaterini Nanou-Giannarou, Anastasios Stamou, and Roger Falconer

R170
EGU2015-9216
Passive hyporheic flux meter - measuring nitrate flux to the reactive sites in the river bed
Julia Vanessa Kunz, Dietrich Borchardt, Michael Rode, and Michael Annable

R171
EGU2015-11497
Finding an optimal strategy for measuring the quality of groundwater as a source for drinking water
Inge van Driezum, Ernis Saracevic, Jürgen Scheibz, Matthias Zessner, Alexander Kirschner, Regina Sommer, Andreas Farnleitner, and Alfred Paul Blaschke

R172
EGU2015-12138
Assessment of riverbank filtration using selected organic micropollutants
Andrea Bichler, Robert Bruenjes, Frank Thomas Lange, Heinz-Juergen Brauch, and Thilo Hofmann

R173
EGU2015-15773
Evaluation of reaction rates in streambed sediments with seepage flow: a novel code
Fulvio Boano, Natalie De Falco, and Shai Arnon

R174
EGU2015-985
From watershed- to stream-reach-scale: the influence of multiple spatial scales on surface water-groundwater exchange
Alice Caruso, Fulvio Boano, and Luca Ridolfi

R175
EGU2015-6767
Methanogenic archaea diversity in hyporheic sediments of a small lowland stream
Lenka Brablcova, Iva Buriánková, and Martin Rulík

R176
EGU2015-490
Impact of streambed heterogeneity on hyporheic exchange fluxes under losing and gaining stream flow conditions
Aryeh Fox, Gerrit Laube, Christian Schmidt, Jan H. Fleckenstein, and Shai Arnon

R177
EGU2015-7233
Analysis agriculture's impact in a system of lakes on a karst environment with tropical climate.
Selene Olea Olea and Oscar Escolero Fuentes