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Orals SSS2.22/HS9.12/NH9.24

SSS2.22/HS9.12/NH9.24

Advances and gaps in understanding, predicting and preventing hydrological and erosional risks in fire-affected watersheds. (co-organized)
Convener: Jonay Neris Tomé  | Co-Conveners: Stefan Doerr , Gary Sheridan 
Orals
 / Tue, 25 Apr, 08:30–12:15  / Room K2
Posters
 / Attendance Tue, 25 Apr, 17:30–19:00  / Hall X1

Tuesday, 25 April 2017
Room K2
Chairperson: Jonay Neris, Stefan Doerr, Gary Sheridan
Post-fire runoff and erosion: approaches from different regions

08:30–08:45
EGU2017-14699
Finding simplicity in complexity: modelling post-fire hydrogeomorphic processes and risks (solicited)
Gary Sheridan, Christoph Langhans, Patrick Lane, and Petter Nyman
08:45–09:00
EGU2017-10662
Advancements in Hydrology and Erosion Process Understanding and Post-Fire Hydrologic and Erosion Model Development for Semi-Arid Landscapes (solicited)
C. Jason Williams, Frederick B. Pierson, Osama Z. Al-Hamdan, Peter R. Robichaud, Mark A. Nearing, Mariano Hernandez, Mark A. Weltz, Kenneth E. Spaeth, and David C. Goodrich
09:00–09:15
EGU2017-14369
Recent advances towards an integrated assessment of wildfire effects in forest plantations in Portugal (solicited)
Jan Jacob Keizer, Nelson Abrantes, João Pedro Nunes, Ana Caetano, Isabel Campos, Silvia Faria, Oscar Gonzaléz-Pelayo, Annelou Hoogerwerf, Maruxa Malvar, Martinho Martins, Michael Methorst, Bruna Oliveira, Sergio Prats, João Puga, Ana Ré, Flávio Silva, Dalila Serpa, Marifé Varela, Frank Verheijen, and Diana Vieira
09:15–09:30
EGU2017-16819 | presentation
Preventing erosive risks after wildfire in Spain: advances and gaps (solicited)
Cristina Fernández Filgueira, José A. Vega Hidalgo, and Teresa Fontúrbel Lliteras
09:30–09:45
EGU2017-17817
Israel wildfires: future trends, impacts and mitigation strategies (solicited)
Lea Wittenberg
Evaluating, modelling and predicting runoff-erosion processes

09:45–10:00
EGU2017-10805
Predicting hydrological and erosional risks in fire-affected watersheds: recent advances and research gaps (solicited)
João Pedro Nunes and Jan Jacob Keizer
10:00–10:15
EGU2017-15016
Predicting fire impact from plant traits? Highlight
Cathelijne Stoof, Roos Ottink, Philip Zylstra, Hans Cornelissen, and Paulo Fernandes
Coffee break
10:30–10:45
EGU2017-18294
Quantifying soil burn severity for hydrologic modeling to assess post-fire effects on sediment delivery
Mariana Dobre, Erin Brooks, Roger Lew, Crystal Kolden, Dylan Quinn, William Elliot, and Pete Robichaud
10:45–11:00
EGU2017-5153
Post-fire suspended sediment dynamics in a Mediterranean terraced catchment using a nested approach
Julián Garcia-Comendador, Josep Fortesa, Aleix Calsamiglia, Adolfo Calvo-Cases, and Joan Estrany
11:00–11:15
EGU2017-8139
Post-fire „Hillslope Debris Flows”: evidence of a distinct erosion process
Christoph Langhans, Petter Nyman, Phil Noske, Rene Vandersant, Patrick Lane, and Gary Sheridan
11:15–11:30
EGU2017-18446
Usability and Functional Enhancements to an Online Interface for Predicting Post Fire Erosion (WEPP-PEP)
Roger Lew, Mariana Dobre, William Elliot, Pete Robichaud, Erin Brooks, and Jim Frankenberger
Fire and water quality

11:30–11:45
EGU2017-5252
Predicting fire effects on water quality: a perspective and future needs (solicited) Highlight
Hugh Smith, Gary Sheridan, Petter Nyman, Christoph Langhans, Philip Noske, and Patrick Lane
11:45–12:00
EGU2017-3390
Filling Gaps in Biogeochemical Understanding of Wildfire Effects on Watersheds and Water Quality (solicited)
Charles Rhoades, Timothy Covino, and Alex Chow
12:00–12:15
EGU2017-9080
A global assessment of wildfire risks to human and environmental water security Highlight
François-Nicolas Robinne, Marc-André Parisien, Mike Flannigan, Carol Miller, and Kevin D. Bladon