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Posters HS2.1.2

HS2.1.2

On the interaction of models and hydrological knowledge: the battle of reducing uncertainty and increasing realism
Convener: Shervan Gharari  | Co-Conveners: Martyn Clark , Charles Luce , Björn Guse 
Orals
 / Mon, 24 Apr, 13:30–15:00  / Room 2.44
Posters
 / Attendance Mon, 24 Apr, 17:30–19:00  / Hall A

Attendance Time: Monday, 24 April 2017, 17:30–19:00
Hall A
Chairperson: Björn Guse
A.154
EGU2017-12899
How to constrain multi-objective calibrations using water balance components for an improved realism of model results
Matthias Pfannerstill, Katrin Bieger, Björn Guse, David Bosch, Nicola Fohrer, and Jeffrey G. Arnold

A.155
EGU2017-13395
Realism versus simplicity in the snow routine of the HBV model
Marc Girons Lopez, Marc Vis, and Jan Seibert

A.156
EGU2017-2571
Characterization of the uncertainty in a simplified rainfall-runoff model
Lorenzo Campo

A.157
EGU2017-3744
Can climate variability information constrain a hydrological model for an ungauged Costa Rican catchment?
Beatriz Quesada-Montano, Ida K. Westerberg, Diana Fuentes-Andino, Hugo Hidalgo-Leon, and Sven Halldin

A.158
EGU2017-9814
Effects of slope smoothing in river channel modeling
Kyungmin Kim, Frank Liu, and Ben R. Hodges

A.159
EGU2017-752
Solutions to Overland Flow Incorporating Infiltration
Uğur Boyraz, Sezar Gülbaz, and Cevza Melek Kazezyılmaz-Alhan

A.160
EGU2017-14266
What controls the very quick runoff response in the Meuse basin?
Laurène Bouaziz, Markus Hrachowitz, Jaap Schellekens, Albrecht Weerts, and Hubert Savenije

A.161
EGU2017-18088
The impact of prior parameter ranges on model behaviour using Global Sensitivity Analysis
Susana Almeida, Remko C. Nijzink, Ilias Pechlivanidis, René Capell, David Gustafsson, Thorsten Wagener, Jim Freer, Juraj Parajka, Markus Hrachowitz, Berit Arheimer, Hubert Savenije, and Dawei Han

A.162
EGU2017-8057 | presentation
A plethora of conceptual models is available: What are the dynamic differences?
Wouter Knoben, Ross Woods, and Jim Freer

A.163
EGU2017-7311
The last developments of the airGR R-package, an open source software for rainfall-runoff modelling
Guillaume Thirel, Olivier Delaigue, Laurent Coron, Charles Perrin, and Vazken Andréassian

A.164
EGU2017-8602
Benchmarking hydrological model predictive capability for UK River flows and flood peaks.
Rosanna Lane, Gemma Coxon, Jim Freer, and Thorsten Wagener

A.165
EGU2017-8029
Effects of model structure and catchment discretization on discharge simulation in a small forest catchment
Diana Spieler, Robert Schwarze, and Niels Schütze

A.166
EGU2017-9667
Estimation of rainfall over the Canadian Rockies by approximating the water balance component
Shervan Gharari, Sahar Safaei, Razi Sheikholeslami, Amin Haghnegahdar, and Saman Razavi

A.167
EGU2017-7974
How much expert knowledge is it worth to put in conceptual hydrological models?
Manuel Antonetti and Massimiliano Zappa

A.168
EGU2017-12406
Examining the effects of parameter regionalization schemes on parameter transferability on large basin sampling
Oldrich Rakovec, Naoki Mizukami, Andrew Newman, Stephan Thober, Rohini Kumar, Andrew Wood, Martyn P. Clark, and Luis Samaniego

A.169
EGU2017-818
How important is heterogeneous parameter distribution in capturing the catchment response through hydrologic modelling?
Manjula Devak and Ct Dhanya

A.170
EGU2017-3100
Formulation of parameters in the storage-discharge relation for floods in three mountainous basins in Japan
Kazumasa Fujimura, Yoshihiko Iseri, Thomas Kjeldsen, Shoji Okada, Shinjiro Kanae, and Masahiro Murakami

A.171
EGU2017-4851
A state-space representation of the GR4J rainfall-runoff model
Léonard Santos, Guillaume Thirel, and Charles Perrin

A.172 EGU2017-9384
Investigating hydrologic and nonpoint source pollution processes under varying hydro-climatic conditions (withdrawn)
Jinhua Sun, Qiande Zhu, Sanyuan Jiang, and Siru Wang

A.173
EGU2017-12467
Hydrography-driven coarsening of grid digital elevation models
Giovanni Moretti and Stefano Orlandini

A.174
EGU2017-8115
Nonlinear effects of microtopography on macroscopic rainfall-runoff partitioning a the hillslope scale: a modelling study
Daniel Caviedes-Voullième, Andrea Domin, and Christoph Hinz