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Posters SSS2.22/HS9.12/NH9.24

SSS2.22/HS9.12/NH9.24

Advances and gaps in understanding, predicting and preventing hydrological and erosional risks in fire-affected watersheds. (co-organized)
Convener: Jonay Neris Tomé  | Co-Conveners: Stefan Doerr , Gary Sheridan 
Orals
 / Tue, 25 Apr, 08:30–12:15  / Room K2
Posters
 / Attendance Tue, 25 Apr, 17:30–19:00  / Hall X1

Attendance Time: Tuesday, 25 April 2017, 17:30–19:00
Hall X1
Chairperson: Jonay Neris, Stefan Doerr, Gary Sheridan
Evaluating, modelling and predicting runoff-erosion processes

Hall X1
X1.198
EGU2017-1598
The effects of hillslope-scale variability in burn severity on post-fire sediment delivery
Dylan Quinn, Erin Brooks, Mariana Dobre, Roger Lew, Peter Robichaud, and William Elliot

X1.199
EGU2017-5248
First post-fire flush in a Mediterranean temporary stream: source ascription in bed sediments
Joan Estrany Bertos, Julián García-Comendador, Josep Fortesa, Aleix Calsamiglia, and Francesca Garcias

X1.200
EGU2017-6499
Modelling the effect of fire frequency on runoff and erosion in north-central Portugal using the revised Morgan-Morgan-Finney
Mohammadreza Hosseini, João Pedro Nunes, Oscar González Pelayo, Jan Jacob Keizer, Coen Ritsema, and Violette Geissen

X1.201
EGU2017-10815
Comparing simple and complex approaches to simulate the impacts of soil water repellency on runoff and erosion in burnt Mediterranean forest slopes
João Pedro Nunes, Diana Catarina Simões Vieira, and Jan Jacob Keizer

X1.202
EGU2017-10876
Advances in Predicting Soil Erosion After Fire Using the Rangeland Hydrology and Erosion Model
Osama Z. Al-Hamdan, Frederick B. Pierson, Mark A. Nearing, C. Jason Williams, Mariano Hernandez, Jan Boll, Sayjro Nouwakpo, Mark A. Weltz, and Kenneth E. Spaeth

X1.203
EGU2017-16768 | presentation
Soil erosion influenced by wildfire and pre-fire plantation method in NW Spain
Cristina Fernández Filgueira, José Antonio Vega Hidalgo, and Teresa Fonturbel Lliteras

X1.204
EGU2017-18790
First application of the WEPP model to predict runoff and erosion risk in fire-affected volcanic areas in Europe
Jonay Neris, Peter R. Robichaud, William J. Elliot, Stefan H. Doerr, Jesús S. Notario del Pino, and Marcos Lado

X1.205
EGU2017-19263
The Application of a WEPP Technology to a Complex Watershed Analysis
William Elliot, Ina Sue Miller, and Mariana Dobre

X1.206
EGU2017-19264
Short- term effects of post-fire logging on runoff and soil erosion at two spatial scales
Maruxa Malvar, Flavio Silva, Sergio Prats, Diana Vieira, and Jacob Keizer

X1.207
EGU2017-11962
Evaluation of effective energy for splash and sheet erosion on post-fire steep hillslopes
Seung Sook Shin, Sang Deog Park, and Yoonhee Hwang

Fire and water quality

X1.208
EGU2017-17577
The influence of wildfire severity on soil char composition and nitrogen dynamics
Charles Rhoades, Timothy Fegel, Alex Chow, Kuo-Pei Tsai, John Norman III, and Eugene Kelly

X1.209
EGU2017-13895
Assessing off-site impacts of wildfires on aquatic organisms using in-situ assays
Ana Ré, MariaJoão Saraiva, João Puga, Isabel Campos, Joana Pereira, Jacob Keizer, Fernando Goncalves, and Nelson Abrantes

X1.210
EGU2017-12642
The normalised wildfire ash index (NWAI): a remote sensing approach for quantifying post-wildfire ash loads
Chafer Chris, Stefan Doerr, and Cristina Santin

X1.211
EGU2017-18453
Creating a spatially-explicit index: a method for assessing the global wildfire-water risk
François-Nicolas Robinne, Marc-André Parisien, Mike Flannigan, Carol Miller, and Kevin D. Bladon

X1.212
EGU2017-17818
Balancing ecosystem health and pollution risk in contrasting water supply catchments
Ashleigh Harper, Stefan Doerr, Cristina Santin, and Cynthia Froyd

X1.213
EGU2017-18443
How long will my reservoir be contaminated following a post-fire erosion event?
Christine Schärer, Peter Yeates, Gary Sheridan, Stefan Doerr, Petter Nyman, Christoph Langhans, Shane Haydon, and Cristina Santin

X1.214
EGU2017-12586
A model for assessing water quality risk in catchments prone to wildfire
Christoph Langhans, Hugh Smith, Derek Chong, Petter Nyman, Patrick Lane, and Gary Sheridan

X1.215
EGU2017-4848
Physical characteristics, chemical composition and water contamination potential from Canadian wildfire ash
Cristina Santin, Stefan Doerr, Vicky Arcenegui, and Xose Luis Otero