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Posters HS1.13

HS1.13

Towards integrated process understanding using hydrological observatories
Convener: Harry Vereecken  | Co-Conveners: Xin Li , Heye Bogena 
Orals
 / Thu, 27 Apr, 15:30–17:00  / Room 2.15
Posters
 / Attendance Thu, 27 Apr, 17:30–19:00  / Hall A

Attendance Time: Thursday, 27 April 2017, 17:30–19:00
Hall A
Chairperson: Xin Li
A.86
EGU2017-3986
Eco-hydrological Wireless Sensor Network and upscaling method research in the Heihe River Basin, China
Rui Jin and Jian kang

A.87
EGU2017-4187
Seasonal variations of Manning's coefficient depending on vegetation conditions in Tärnsjö, Sweden
Rūta Plakane, Giuliano Di Baldassarre, and Kenechukwu Okoli

A.88
EGU2017-4780
Simulating shifting vertical and lateral flow path conditions in periglacial cover beds of a small-scale low mountainous catchment
Konrad Bestian, Philipp Kraft, and Lutz Breuer

A.89
EGU2017-6022
Composition of Oxygen and Hydrogen Isotope in Precipitation and Analysis of Moisture Sources in Hemuqiao Basin
Simin Qu, Yifan Wang, Peng Shi, and Shuai Shan

A.90
EGU2017-6647
Long-term hydraulic behavior of heterogeneous aquifers under transient conditions
Luca Guillaumot, Laurent Longuevergne, and Olivier Bour

A.91 EGU2017-9091
Karstmod - a rainfall discharge modelling tool for education and research (withdrawn)
Naomi Mazzilli, Hervé Jourde, Nicolas Lecoq, and Dominique Bertin

A.92
EGU2017-11824
The Mass Balance of Glacier No. 1 at the Headwaters of the Urumqi River in Relation to Northern Hemisphere Teleconnection Patterns
Feifei Yuan and Zhenchun Hao

A.93
EGU2017-17051
Impact of atmospheric pollution inputs and climate change on dissolved inorganic carbon fluxes in karst aquifers: evidences from a 36 years past monitoring of karstic watersheds.
Stephane Binet, Jean-Luc Probst, Christelle Batiot-Guilhe, Jean-Luc Seidel, Christophe Emblanch, Nicolas Peyraube, Alain Mangin, Michel Bakalowicz, and Anne Probst

A.94
EGU2017-18026
Hydrological response of karst systems to large-scale climate variability for different catchments of the French karst observatory network INSU/CNRS SNO KARST
Nicolas Massei, David Labat, Hervé Jourde, Nicolas Lecoq, and Naomi Mazzilli

A.95
EGU2017-1390
Establishing a Critical Zone Observatory site in Turkey
Gokben Demir, Zuhal Akyurek, Andrew Binley, Ismail Yucel, Elcin Kentel, Nuri Merzi, Tugrul Yilmaz, and Melih Yanmaz

A.96
EGU2017-6930
Spatiotemporal Changes in Hydrological Response after Partial Deforestation
Inge Wiekenkamp, Julian Koch, Johan Alexander Huisman, Heye Reemt Bogena, and Harry Vereecken

A.97
EGU2017-7969
Long-term monitoring of temperature in the subsoil using Fiber Optic Distributed Sensing
Kusnahadi Susanto, Jean-Philippe Malet, Julien Gance, and Vincent Marc

A.98
EGU2017-8883
New progresses in the high frequency acquisition of stream chemical data in hydrological observatories: the Orgeval River lab
Paul Floury, Jerome Gaillardet, Gaelle Tallec, Patrick Ansard, Arnaud Blanchoin, Eric Gayer, Julien Bouchez, and Caroline Gorge

A.99
EGU2017-11874
From field to cloud: a collaborative software tool to manage hydrological observatories
Philipp Kraft, Chris P. Weber, David Windhorst, and Lutz Breuer

A.100
EGU2017-14682
Interests of long-term hydrogeological observatories for characterizing and modelling heterogeneous groundwater systems at multiple temporal and spatial scales: the example of Ploemeur, a crystalline rock aquifer (Brittany).
Olivier Bour, Laurent Longuervergne, Tanguy Le Borgne, Nicolas Lavenant, Jean-Raynald de Dreuzy, Jonathan Schuite, Thierry Labasque, Luc Aquilina, and Philippe Davy

A.101
EGU2017-15113 | presentation
Long term (2006-2016) seasonal and inter-annual variability of soil electrical resistivity in a Laotian catchment of the OZCAR network. Impact of land use change, soil type and rainfall
Henri Robain, Olivier Ribolzi, Anneke De Rouw, Norbert Silvera, Phabvilay Souniaphong, Bousamai Soulileuth, Keooudone Latchasak, Oloth Sengtaheuanghoung, Christian Valentin, and Jerome Gaillardet

A.102
EGU2017-16118
Soil moisture controlled runoff mechanisms in a small agricultural catchment in Austria.
Mariette Vreugdenhil, Borbala Szeles, Rasmiaditya Silasari, Patrick Hogan, Markus Oismueller, Peter Strauss, Wolfgang Wagner, and Guenter Bloeschl