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HS9.5/GM9.11

The Role of Geomorphology in Flood Risk Management (co-organized) | PICO
Convener: Ian Pattison  | Co-Conveners: Tom Coulthard , Heather Haynes , Sarah Twohig 
PICO
 / Wed, 20 Apr, 10:30–12:00  / PICO spot 1

Wednesday, 20 April 2016
PICO spot 1
10:30–10:32
PICO1.1
EGU2016-1309
Significance of flow clustering and sequencing on sediment transport: 1D sediment transport modelling
Kazi Hassan, Deonie Allen, and Heather Haynes
10:32–10:34
PICO1.2
EGU2016-3207
Understanding the geomorphology of macrochannel systems for flood risk management in Queensland, Australia
Chris Thompson and Jacky Croke
10:34–10:36
PICO1.3
EGU2016-3284
Hydrologic versus geomorphic drivers of trends in flood hazard
Louise J. Slater, Michael Bliss Singer, and James W. Kirchner
10:36–10:38
PICO1.4
EGU2016-4386
Large flood on a mountain river subjected to restoration: effects on aquatic habitats, channel morphology and valley infrastructure
Hanna Hajdukiewicz, Bartłomiej Wyżga, Paweł Mikuś, Joanna Zawiejska, and Artur Radecki-Pawlik
10:38–10:40
PICO1.5
EGU2016-5642
Millenial scale changes in flood magnitude and frequency and the role of changes in channel adjustment.
Jacky Croke, Christopher Thompson, Robert Denham, Heather Haines, Ashneel Sharma, and Timothy Pietsch
10:40–10:42
PICO1.6
EGU2016-5910
Geomorphic response to an extreme flood in two mountain rivers (northeastern Sardinia, Italy): the role of geomorphic and hydraulic controlling factors
Margherita Righini, Nicola Surian, Ellen Wohl, William Amponsah, Lorenzo Marchi, and Marco Borga
10:42–10:44
PICO1.7
EGU2016-6000
Hydraulic conditions of flood flows in a Polish Carpathian river subjected to variable human impacts
Artur Radecki-Pawlik, Wiktoria Czech, Bartłomiej Wyżga, Paweł Mikuś, Joanna Zawiejska, and Virginia Ruiz-Villanueva
10:44–10:46
PICO1.8
EGU2016-6898
Calibrating the FloodMap model based on geomorphological fieldwork and terrain analysis to improve the integrated HydroProg-FloodMap system for forecasting inundation
Matylda Witek, Joanna Remisz, Malgorzata Swierczynska, Dorota Borowicz, Krzysztof Parzoch, and Dapeng Yu
10:46–10:48
PICO1.9
EGU2016-7861
Investigation on the geomorphological characteristics of the Kabutar Ali Chai watershed (NW Iran) and their role in flood production
Keristineh Jananeh
10:48–10:50
PICO1.10
EGU2016-9776
The impact of a small weir on flood risk modelling and management
Amelia Bulcock, Elizabeth Whitfield, Jose Andres Lopez-Tarazon, R. Greg Whitfield, and Patrick Byrne
10:50–10:52
PICO1.11
EGU2016-10203
Fluvial geomorphological response along the upland sediment cascade during the record-breaking December 2015 floods, Cumbria, UK
Andrew Russell, Matthew Perks, Andrew Large, Stuart Dunning, and Jeff Warburton
10:52–10:54
PICO1.12
EGU2016-13371
Dominant geomorphic controls on channel capacity and flood risk in a hydrologically variable fluvial system
James Daley, Jacky Croke, Chris Thompson, and Tim Cohen
10:54–10:56
PICO1.13
EGU2016-13375
The role of fine sediment in managing catchment scale flood risk.
Sarah Twohig and Ian Pattison
10:56–10:58
PICO1.14
EGU2016-15429
Geomorphological factors of flash floods
Yulia Kuznetsova
10:58–11:00
PICO1.15
EGU2016-15660
Time of Concentration equations: the role of morphometric uncertainties in flood risk analysis and management
Luciano Martins, Andrés Díez-Herrero, Jose M. Bodoque, and Carlos Bateira
11:00–11:02
PICO1.16
EGU2016-17296
Novel flood risk assessment framework for rapid decision making
Manousos Valyrakis, Eftychia Koursari, and Mark Solley
11:02–12:00
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