Find the EGU on

Tag your tweets with #EGU17

Posters GM9.5/BG9.50/HS11.22/SSS2.28

GM9.5/BG9.50/HS11.22/SSS2.28

Interactions of geomorphology, dams and flood hazard (co-organized)
Convener: Christiane Zarfl 
Co-Conveners: Jürgen Berlekamp , Gordon Grant , Ana Lucía , Ian Pattison , Tom Coulthard , Heather Haynes , Sarah Twohig 
Session details
Orals
 / Fri, 28 Apr, 13:30–15:00  / Room N1
Posters
 / Attendance Fri, 28 Apr, 17:30–19:00  / Hall X2
Add this session to your personal programme

Attendance Time: Friday, 28 Apr, 17:30–19:00
Hall X2
Links between geomorphology, flood risk and engineered structures

Hall X2
X2.211
EGU2017-12943
Is braiding an endangered river species? Converging morphological trajectories from multiple geographic contexts.
Guglielmo Stecca, Guido Zolezzi, Nicola Surian, and Murray Hicks

X2.212
EGU2017-3698
Fluvial dike breaching due to overtopping: how different is it from dam breaching?
Ismail Rifai, Sébastien Erpicum, Pierre Archambeau, Damien Violeau, Michel Pirotton, Kamal El kadi Abderrezzak, and Benjamin Dewals

X2.213 EGU2017-17753
Challenges and opportunities for the integration of geomorphological principles in flood protection design (withdrawn)
Sally German, Irantzu Lexartza-Artza, and Daniel Newton

X2.214
EGU2017-14185
Effectiveness of online silt traps in reducing localised and catchment scale flood risk
Sarah Twohig, Ian Pattison, and Graham Sander

X2.215
EGU2017-9436
Integration of rainfall/runoff and geomorphological analyses flood hazard in small catchments: case studies from the southern Apennines (Italy)
Manuela Palumbo, Alessandra Ascione, Nicoletta Santangelo, and Antonio Santo

X2.216
EGU2017-9240
Predicting geomorphically-induced flood risk for the Nepalese Terai communities
Elizabeth Dingle, Maggie Creed, Mikael Attal, Hugh Sinclair, Simon Mudd, Alistair Borthwick, Sumit Dugar, and Sarah Brown

X2.217
EGU2017-7292
Uncertainties in the palaeoflood record – interpreting geomorphology since 12 500 BP
Jessica Moloney, Tom Coulthard, Jim Freer, and Mike Rogerson

X2.218
EGU2017-4891
Assessing the continuity of the upland sediment cascade, fluvial geomorphic response of an upland river to an extreme flood event: Storm Desmond, Cumbria, UK.
Hannah Joyce, Richard Hardy, and Jeff Warburton

Building and removing dams in rivers: consequences for the fluvial systems

X2.219
EGU2017-6800
Changes to the functioning of a mountain stream following check-dam lowering and installation of boulder ramps
Maciej Liro, Bartłomiej Wyżga, Paweł Mikuś, Antoni Amirowicz, Paweł Oglęcki, Józef Jeleński, Artur Radecki-Pawlik, and Karol Plesiński

X2.220
EGU2017-11186
What tools do we have to study the morphological effects of hydroelectric plants in developing countries? The Chilean case
Hernan Alcayaga, Diego Caamaño, Sebastian Palma, and Karla Contreras

X2.221
EGU2017-17880
Estimated cumulative sediment trapping in future hydropower reservoirs in Africa
Ana Lucía, Jürgen Berlekamp, and Christiane Zarfl

X2.222
EGU2017-13159
Sedimentological downstream effects of dam failure and the role of sediment connectivity: a case study from the Bohemian Massif, Austria
Maria-Theresia Wurster, Gabriele Weigelhofer, Christian Pichler-Scheder, Thomas Hein, and Ronald Pöppl

X2.223 EGU2017-10203
Morphological and sedimentary evolution of the Yonne River following the first step in the removal of a medium-sized dam in the Morvan Massif (central France) (withdrawn)
Louis Gilet, Frédéric Gob, Clément Virmoux, and Emmanuèle Gautier

X2.224 EGU2017-11118
Evaluation of Uncertainty of Fluvial Geomorphic Responses to the Removal of dams: A Case study in Shihgang Dam (withdrawn)
Yuan-Heng Wang, Chia-Chu Chu, and Gene Jiing-Yun You

X2.225
EGU2017-4285
Influence of Partial Dam Removal on Change of Channel Morphology and Physical Habitats: A Case Study of Yu-Sheng River
Chung Hao Weng and Chao Hsien Yeh