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Posters HS1.3

HS1.3

Hydrologic Dynamics, Analytics and Predictability: Physical and Data-based Approaches for Improving Hydrologic Understanding and Prediction
Convener: Rui A. P. Perdigão  | Co-Convener: Julia Hall 
Orals
 / Mon, 24 Apr, 15:30–17:00
Posters
 / Attendance Mon, 24 Apr, 17:30–19:00

Attendance Time: Monday, 24 April 2017, 17:30–19:00
Hall A
Chairperson: Rui A. P. Perdigão, Julia Hall
A.134
EGU2017-2202
Hydrological behavior of the confined Aba’ala graben along the western margin of the Danakil depression, Northern Ethiopia
Hailemariam Meaza, Amaury Frankl, Jean Poesen, Amanuel Zenebe, Veerle Van Eetvelde, Biadgilgn Demissie, Tesfaalem Ghebreyohannes Asfaha, and Jan Nyssen

Hall A
A.135
EGU2017-10353
Using Independent Components Analysis to diminish the response of groundwater in borehole strainmeter
Chih-Yen Chen and Jyr-Ching Hu

Hall A
A.136
EGU2017-10746
Estimation of barometric pressure response in borehole strainmeter with typhoon events in Taiwan
Chun-Ying Chiu, Jyr-Ching Hu, and Chi-Ching Liu

Hall A
A.137
EGU2017-13428
Numerical simulation of the effect of groundwater salinity on artificial freezing wall in coastal area
Rui Hu and Quan Liu

Hall A
A.138
EGU2017-13551
Deformation analysis and prediction of bank protection structure with river level fluctuations
Rui Hu and Yixuan Xing

Hall A
A.139
EGU2017-12186
Contaminant dispersion of a point release in wetland flow dominated by bank wall effect
Ran Gao, Xudong Fu, and Zi Wu

Hall A
A.140
EGU2017-5729
Estimating flow duration curve in the humid tropics: a disaggregation approach in Hawaiian catchments
Leong Chris and Yokoo Yoshiyuki

Hall A
A.141
EGU2017-7495
Use of spring recession curves for groundwater reservoir assessment in flysch areas (High Bieszczady Mountains, SE Poland)
Karolina Mostowik, Bartłomiej Rzonca, and Janusz Siwek

Hall A
A.142
EGU2017-9406
On the role of flood wave celerity-discharge relationship and its applications on hydrological studies
Ayan Fleischmann, Walter Collischonn, Pedro Jardim, Aline Meyer, and Rodrigo Paiva

Hall A
A.143
EGU2017-933
Characterisation of Pan-European flood trends over the period 1965-2005
Walter Mangini, Julia Hall, Alberto Viglione, and Juraj Parajka

Hall A
A.144
EGU2017-14564
Elucidating spatio-temporal changes in the flood seasonality along with their associated climatic and topographic controls
Julia Hall, Rui A. P. Perdigão, and Günter Blöschl

Hall A
A.145
EGU2017-8858
Nonlinear Synergistic Emergence and Predictability in Complex Systems: Theory and Hydro-Climatic Applications
Rui A. P. Perdigão, Julia Hall, Carlos A. L. Pires, and Günter Blöschl

Hall A
A.146
EGU2017-16665
Streamflow predictions in Alpine Catchments by using artificial neural networks. Application in the Alto Genil Basin (South Spain)
Patricia Jimeno-Saez, Manuel Pegalajar-Cuellar, and David Pulido-Velazquez

Hall A
A.147 EGU2017-11279
An improved runoff generation algorithm for physically based watershed modelling in the Canadian prairies (withdrawn)
Kamrul Hossain, Amin Elshorbagy, Bharath Raja, Bruce Davison, and Howard Wheater

Hall A
A.148
EGU2017-616
Complexity elucidation of rainfall, streamflow and temperature via fractal-multifractal encodings (solicited)
Mahesh Lal Maskey, Carlos E. Puente, and Bellie Sivakumar

Hall A
A.149
EGU2017-10058
Causal analysis of time series from hydrological systems
Benny Selle, Britta Aufgebauer, and Klaus-Holger Knorr

Hall A
A.150
EGU2017-9934
Conjoint Analysis of the Surface and Atmospheric Water Balances of the Andes-Amazon System
Alejandro Builes-Jaramillo and Germán Poveda

Hall A
A.151
EGU2017-15479
Long-term (in)stability of the climate-streamflow relationship
Margarita Saft, Murray Peel, Gemma Coxon, Jim Freer, Juraj Parajka, and Ross Woods

Hall A
A.152
EGU2017-18392
Soil moisture behavior in an experimental basin in Northeast of brazil – the case of Guaraira river basin
Geraldo Moura Ramos Filho, Cristiano das Neves Almeida, and Emerson da Silva Freitas

Hall A
A.153
EGU2017-17678
Improving Flood Predictions in Data-Scarce Basins
Solomon Vimal, Stefano Zanardo, Farhat Rafique, and Arno Hilberts