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Learning from hypotheses and failures in hydrologyPICO session
Conveners: Hannes Müller- Thomy , Inge Wiekenkamp 
Co-Conveners: Anne Fangmann , Georg Houben , Ina Pohle , Michael Stockinger , Lena M. Tallaksen , Tim van Emmerik , Seth Westra 
Session details
 / Mon, 24 Apr, 15:30–17:00  / PICO spot A
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Monday, 24 Apr 2017
PICO spot A
Learning from hypotheses

15:30–15:40 PICOA.1
Hypothesis testing in hydrology: Theory and practice
James Kirchner and Laurent Pfister
15:40–15:42 PICOA.2
On informal hypothesis testing in hydrology: the example of the “two water worlds” hypothesis (solicited)
Josie Geris, Chris Soulsby, and Doerthe Tetzlaff
15:42–15:44 PICOA.3
Hypothesis Testing as an Act of Rationality
Grey Nearing
15:44–15:46 PICOA.4
Attribution of hydrological change using the Method of Multiple Working Hypotheses
Shaun Harrigan
15:46–15:48 PICOA.5
On the use of three hydrological models as hypotheses to investigate the behaviour of a small Mediterranean catchment
Guiomar Ruiz Pérez, Jérôme Latron, Pilar Llorens, Francesc Gallart, and Félix Francés
15:48–15:50 PICOA.6
Testing the plausibility of several a priori assumed error distributions for discharge measurements
Katrien Van Eerdenbrugh and Niko E.C. Verhoest
15:50–15:52 PICOA.7
Which runoff measurements are most informative for constraining hydrological models for almost ungauged catchments?
Sandra Pool, Daniel Viviroli, and Jan Seibert
15:52–15:54 PICOA.8
Using the rainfall-runoff relationship for hypothesis testing
Margarita Saft and Murray Peel
15:54–15:56 PICOA.9
The perceptual trap: Experimental and modelling examples of soil moisture, hydraulic conductivity and response units in complex subsurface settings.
Conrad Jackisch, Dominic Demand, Niklas Allroggen, Ralf Loritz, and Erwin Zehe
Learning from failures

15:56–15:58 PICOA.10
Reliable groundwater levels: failures and lessons learned from modeling and monitoring studies
Henny A.J. Van Lanen
15:58–16:00 PICOA.11
Importance of rodents for hydrology: lessons learnt from various field experiments
Loes van Schaik, Anne Zangerlé, Anne-Kathrin Schneider, Boris Schröder, and Jana Eccard
16:00–16:02 PICOA.12
Lessons learned for applying a paired-catchment approach in drought analysis
Anne Van Loon, Sally Rangecroft, Gemma Coxon, José Agustín Breña Naranjo, Floris Van Ogtrop, Danny Croghan, and Henny Van Lanen
16:02–16:04 PICOA.13
Influence of temporal rainfall distribution on surface runoff modelling
Mitja Brilly, Mojca Šraj, and Andrej Vidmar
16:04–16:06 PICOA.14
How you cannot find rain with changes in land surface temperature
Niko Wanders
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