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PICOs HS5.6/SSS9.33

HS5.6/SSS9.33

Catchment Science and Management: Nature-Based Solutions for rural and urban environments (co-organized) | PICO
Convener: Mark Wilkinson  | Co-Conveners: Paul Quinn , Brian Kronvang 
PICOs
 / Tue, 25 Apr, 15:30–17:00  / PICO spot A

Tuesday, 25 April 2017
PICO spot A
Chairperson: Mark Wilkinson
Introduction to session

15:30–15:40
PICOA.1
EGU2017-3470
Natural flood retention in mountain areas by forests and forest like short rotation coppices
Christian Reinhardt-Imjela, Achim Schulte, and Jens Hartwich
15:40–15:42
PICOA.2
EGU2017-662
Extreme groundwater levels caused by extreme weather conditions – the highest ever measured groundwater levels in Middle Germany and their management
Frido Reinstorf, Stefanie Kramer, Thomas Koch, Sven Seifert, Bertram Monninkhoff, and Bernd Pfützner
15:42–15:44
PICOA.3
EGU2017-16717
Identifying dominant controls on the water balance of partly sealed surfaces
Tobias Schuetz, Marleen Schübl, Caroline Siebert, and Markus Weiler
15:44–15:46
PICOA.4
EGU2017-18488
Conventional And Non-Conventional Elements For Urban Drainage Catchment Stormwater
Hector Alfonso Rodriguez Diaz and Leidy Johanna Franco Calderon
15:46–15:48
PICOA.5
EGU2017-17017
Statistically based sustainable re-design of stormwater overflow control systems in urban catchments
Daniele Ganora, Silvia Isacco, and Pierluigi Claps
15:48–15:50
PICOA.6
EGU2017-1251
Multi-scale monitoring of a remarkable green roof: the Green Wave of Champs-sur-Marne
Filip Stanic, Pierre-Antoine Versini, Daniel Schertzer, Pierre Delage, Ioulia Tchiguirinskaia, Yu-Jun Cui, and Genevieve Baudoin
15:50–15:52
PICOA.7
EGU2017-6381
Green roofs’retention performances in different climates
Francesco Viola, Matteo Hellies, and Roberto Deidda
15:52–15:54
PICOA.8
EGU2017-1270
Model reduction of the numerical analysis of Low Impact Developments techniques
Giuseppe Brunetti, Jirka Šimůnek, Thomas Wöhling, and Patrizia Piro
15:54–15:56
PICOA.9
EGU2017-15552
A new service offered by rural environment to the city: stormwater reception.
Enrico Antonio Chiaradia, Enrico Weber, Daniele Masseroni, Gian Battista Bischetti, and Claudio Gandolfi
15:56–15:58
PICOA.10
EGU2017-16825
Investigating the geomorphic and hydrological responses of flood embankment removal on a montane river: a preliminary assessment
Mark Wilkinson, Steve Addy, and Susan Cooksley
15:58–16:00
PICOA.11
EGU2017-5959 | presentation
Investigating the impact of shelterbelts on landscape hydrology
Bid Webb, Andy Smith, Miles Marshall, Tim Pagella, and John Healey
16:00–16:02
PICOA.12
EGU2017-9146
Natural flood management in Southwell (Nottinghamshire, UK): an interdisciplinary approach in a rural-urban catchment
Josh Wells, Jillian Labadz, Mofa Islam, Amanda Smith, Andrew Disney, and Colin Thorne
16:02–16:04
PICOA.13
EGU2017-15993
Catchment structure that supports organic matter providing a natural control on rising river nutrient concentrations
Marc Stutter, Adekunle Ibiyemi, and Chen Wang
16:04–16:06
PICOA.14
EGU2017-19005
The benefits of daily data and scale up issues in hydrologic models-SWAT and CRAFT
Yumei Huang, Paul Quinn, Qiuhua Liang, and Russell Adams
16:06–16:08
PICOA.15
EGU2017-19035
Impacts of Cropland Changes on Water Balance, Sediment and Nutrient Transport in Eden River, UK
Yumei Huang, Paul Quinn, Qiuhua Liang, and Russell Adams
16:08–16:10
PICOA.16
EGU2017-18242
A Treatment Train Approach To Catchment Management
Nick Barber, Paul Quinn, and EdenDTC Org
16:10–16:12
PICOA.17
EGU2017-18233
Natural Flood Management Plus: Scaling Up Nature Based Solutions to Larger Catchments
Paul Quinn, Alex Nicholson, and Russ Adams
Concluding thoughts

16:12–17:00
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