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Posters HS1.4

HS1.4

(Ir-)relevant scales in hydrology: Which scales matter for water resources management?
Convener: Axel Bronstert  | Co-Conveners: Andreas Hartmann , Bettina Schaefli 
Orals
 / Wed, 26 Apr, 15:30–16:45
Posters
 / Attendance Wed, 26 Apr, 17:30–19:00

Attendance Time: Wednesday, 26 April 2017, 17:30–19:00
Hall A
Chairperson: Bettina Schaefli
A.41
EGU2017-3655
The sense and non-sense of plot-scale, catchment-scale, continental-scale and global-scale hydrological modelling
Axel Bronstert, Maik Heistermann, and Till Francke

Hall A
A.42
EGU2017-5027
The Water Efficiency Paradox, a study of Central Asia
Joreen Merks and Wim Bastiaanssen

Hall A
A.43
EGU2017-5215
Assessment of snow-dominated water resources: (Ir-)relevant scales for observation and modelling
Bettina Schaefli, Natalie Ceperley, Anthony Michelon, Joshua Larsen, and Harsh Beria

Hall A
A.44
EGU2017-10125
Progressive refining of spatial and temporal resolutions in a hydrological model: how far should we go?
Alban de Lavenne, Andrea Ficchi, and Julien Goullet

Hall A
A.45
EGU2017-10703
Irrelevant water-management scales for flood prevention, water harvesting and eutrophication control.
Jafet Andersson and Berit Arheimer

Hall A
A.46
EGU2017-12796
Enhanced recharge rates and altered recharge sensitivity to climate variability through subsurface heterogeneity
Andreas Hartmann, Tom Gleeson, Yoshihide Wada, and Thorsten Wagener

Hall A
A.47
EGU2017-12924
First-order shallow aquifer characteristics across Europe: The International Hydrogeological Map of Europe at scale 1:1.5 Million (IHME1500)
Andreas Günther, Klaus Duscher, Stefan Broda, Patrick Clos, and Jörg Reichling

Hall A
A.48
EGU2017-13836
Searching for the right scale in catchment hydrology: the effect of soil spatial variability in simulated states and fluxes
Gabriele Baroni, Matthias Zink, Rohini Kumar, Luis Samaniego, and Sabine Attinger

Hall A
A.49
EGU2017-13973
Can complex subsurface water fluxes be represented at the catchment scale within a (relatively) simple modeling framework?
Lucile Verrot, Josie Geris, Lei Gao, Xinhua Peng, and Paul Hallett

Hall A
A.50
EGU2017-18124
Spatio-temporal drought characteristics of the tropical Paraiba do Sul River Basin and responses to the Mega Drought in 2014-2016
Alexandra Nauditt, Daniel Metzke, and Lars Ribbe