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Posters HS10.3/BG9.4/SSS9.34

HS10.3/BG9.4/SSS9.34

General Ecohydrology (co-organized)
Convener: Keith Smettem  | Co-Conveners: Christoph Hinz , Giulia Vico , Julian Klaus , Lucile Verrot , Daniela Campana , Miriam Coenders-Gerrits , Pilar Llorens , Anke Hildebrandt , Jan Friesen , Alexander Zimmermann , Glenda Garcia-Santos 
Orals
 / Thu, 27 Apr, 08:30–12:00  / Room C
Posters
 / Attendance Thu, 27 Apr, 17:30–19:00  / Hall A

Attendance Time: Thursday, 27 April 2017, 17:30–19:00
Hall A
Chairperson: Keith Smettem
A.403
EGU2017-2343
Throughfall patterns of a Subtropical Atlantic Forest in Brazil
João Henrique Macedo Sá, Pedro Luiz Borges Chaffe, Debora Yuimi de Oliveira, Joana Nery Giglio, and Masato Kobiyama

A.404
EGU2017-7828
Implications for water use of a shift from annual to perennial crops – A stochastic modelling approach based on a trait meta-analysis
Giulia Vico and Nathaniel Brunsell

A.405
EGU2017-5567
Global estimate of lichen and bryophyte contributions to forest precipitation interception
John Van Stan, Philipp Porada, and Axel Kleidon

A.406
EGU2017-2359
A global review on hydrological responses to forest change across multiple spatial scales: importance of scale, climate, forest type and hydrological regime
Mingfang Zhang and Shirong Liu

A.407 EGU2017-4952
Rainfall redistribution and dissolved organic matter depositions along an altitudinal forest gradient, Gongga Mountains, China (withdrawn)
Zhaoyong Hu, Genxu Wang, and Xiangyang Sun

A.408
EGU2017-5353
NDVI (Normalized Difference Vegetation Index) signatures of transient ecohydrological systems: The case of post-mining landscapes
Yasemine Brück, Philipp Schulte Overberg, Ina Pohle, and Christoph Hinz

A.409
EGU2017-6683
Soil hydrology of agroforestry systems: Competition for water or positive tree-crops interactions?
Rowena Gerjets, Falk Richter, Martin Jansen, and Andrea Carminati

A.410
EGU2017-7391
Investigating the interrelations between throughfall, meteorological variables and vegetation structure in a developing hydrological catchment
Thomas Maurer, Ina Pohle, Anne Oeser, André Sieber, and Christoph Hinz

A.411
EGU2017-7446
Effects of silvicultural management intensity on fluxes of dissolved and particulate organic matter in 27 forest sites of the Biodiversity Exploratories
Beate Michalzik, Sebastian Bischoff, Delphis Levia, Martin Schwarz, Peter Escher, Wolfgang Wilcke, Lisa Thieme, Katja Kerber, Martin Kaupenjohann, and Jan Siemens

A.412
EGU2017-7975
Cold-stenothermic spring fauna in mountainous headwaters of the National Park Kellerwald-Edersee in Germany
Martin Reiss, Stefan Zaenker, and Peter Chifflard

A.413
EGU2017-10137
Influence of understory cover on soil water and evaporation fluxes: a trial
César Jiménez-Rodríguez, Maria Magdalena Warter, and Miriam Coenders-Gerrits

A.414
EGU2017-10119 | presentation
Ground cover influence on evaporation and stable water isotopes in soil water
Maria Magdalena Warter, Cesar D. Jiménez-Rodríguez, Miriam Coenders-Gerrits, and Adriaan J. Ryan Teuling

A.415
EGU2017-13046
Particulate matter fluxes in throughfall and stemflow under oak and pine stands
Carles Cayuela, Delphis Levia, Elisenda Sánchez-Costa, Jérôme Latron, and Pilar Llorens

A.416
EGU2017-18565
Solute transport in streams of varying morphology inferred from a high resolution network of potentiometric wireless chloride sensors
Julian Klaus, Keith Smettem, Laurent Pfister, and Nick Harris

A.417
EGU2017-5718
Identifying Spatial Patterns and Processes Affecting Mean Annual Runoff in the Alzette River Basin, Luxembourg
Keith Smettem, Julian Klaus, Sam Dickson, Laurent Pfister, and Laura Giustarini

A.418
EGU2017-14851
Towards a physically-based multi-scale ecohydrological simulator for semi-arid regions
Daniel Caviedes-Voullième, Zoltan Josefik, and Christoph Hinz

A.419
EGU2017-2067
Does plant diversity affect the water balance of established grassland systems?
Sophia Leimer, Sebastian Bischoff, Stefan Blaser, Steffen Boch, Verena Busch, Peter Escher, Markus Fischer, Martin Kaupenjohann, Katja Kerber, Valentin Klaus, Beate Michalzik, Daniel Prati, Deborah Schäfer, Barbara Schmitt, Ingo Schöning, Martin T. Schwarz, Jan Siemens, Lisa Thieme, and Wolfgang Wilcke

A.420
EGU2017-359 | presentation
Management approach of Keibul Lamjao National Park in Loktak Lake, Manipur using water balance analysis
Khwairakpam Eliza, Rakesh Khosa, Ashvani Gosain, and Arvind Nema

A.421
EGU2017-1491
Transpiration and Groundwater Uptake Dynamics of Pinus Brutia on a Fractured Mediterranean Mountain Slope during Two Hydrologically Contrasting Years
Marinos Eliades, Adriana Bruggeman, Maciek Lubczynski, Andreas Christou, Corrado Camera, and Hakan Djuma

A.422
EGU2017-3771
Spatial heterogeneity of radiocesium in the soil of a broadleaved deciduous forest: the marked role of stemflow
Delphis Levia, Naohiro Imamura, Jumpei Toriyama, Masahiro Kobayashi, and Kazuki Nanko

A.423
EGU2017-4705 | presentation
Importance of ecohydrological modelling approaches in the prediction of plant behaviour and water balance at different scales
Alicia García-Arias, Guiomar Ruiz-Pérez, and Félix Francés

A.424
EGU2017-4716
How is rainfall interception in urban area affected by meteorological parameters?
Katarina Zabret, Jože Rakovec, Matjaž Mikoš, and Mojca Šraj

A.425
EGU2017-9375
Influence of lateral groundwater flow in a shallow aquifer on eco-hydrological process in a shrub-grass coexistence semiarid area
Siru Wang, Jinhua Sun, Huimin Lei, Qiande Zhu, and Sanyuan Jiang

A.426
EGU2017-10569
Excessive afforestation and soil drying on China’s Loess Plateau
Shulei Zhang and Dawen Yang

A.427
EGU2017-11713
Budyko framework of catchment water-energy balance: Enhancement and Application
Xianli Xu and Meixian Liu

A.428
EGU2017-15316
Nutrient limitations to aquatic production along an alluvial groundwater connectivity gradient in semi-arid northwest Australia
Jordan Iles, Neil Pettit, and Pauline Grierson

A.429
EGU2017-16859
Carbon-Water Interactions during Warm Spring and Summer Drought
Sebastian Wolf, Trevor F. Keenan, Joshua B. Fisher, Dennis D. Baldocchi, Ankur R. Desai, Andrew. D. Richardson, Russell L. Scott, Beverly E. Law, Marcy E. Litvak, Nathaniel A. Brunsell, Wouter Peters, and Ingrid T. van der Laan-Luijkx