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Posters HS2.1.5

HS2.1.5

Evapotranspiration: from measurement to modelling and application in catchment hydrology
Convener: Mathew Herrnegger  | Co-Conveners: Claire Brenner , William Kustas , Slavisa Trajkovic , Natalie Ceperley 
Orals
 / Fri, 28 Apr, 13:30–17:00
Posters
 / Attendance Fri, 28 Apr, 17:30–19:00

Attendance Time: Friday, 28 April 2017, 17:30–19:00
Hall A
Chairperson: Claire Brenner
A.244
EGU2017-2973
A Thermal-based Two-Source Energy Balance Model for Estimating Evapotranspiration over Complex Canopies
William Kustas, Martha Anderson, Hector Nieto, Ana Andreu, Yun Yang, Carmelo Cammalleri, Joseph Alfieri, Feng Gao, Christopher Hain, and Alfonso Torres-Rua

Hall A
A.245 EGU2017-18999
Service-based Processing of MODIS Global Terrestrial Evapotranspiration Data for Modelling Catchment Hydrology (withdrawn)
Sven Kralisch, Christian Siegert, and Annika Künne

Hall A
A.246
EGU2017-2398
Monitoring cropland evapotranspiration using MODIS products in Southern Brazil
Anderson Ruhoff, Adriana Aparecida Moreira, Vanessa de Arruda Souza, and Debora Regina Roberti

Hall A
A.247
EGU2017-14464
Upscaling instantaneous to daily evapotranspiration using modelled daily shortwave radiation for remote sensing applications: an artificial neural network approach
Loise Wandera, Kaniska Mallick, Gerard Kiely, Olivier Roupsard, Mathias Peichl, and Vincenzo Magliulo

Hall A
A.248
EGU2017-18702
Implementing the NOAH-MP land surface scheme in the new intermediate complex atmospheric research (ICAR) model
Matthias Bernhardt, Stefan Härer, Ethan Gutmann, and Karsten Schulz

Hall A
A.249
EGU2017-9910
Towards reliable ET estimates in the semi-arid Júcar region in Spain.
Johannes Brenner, Matthias Zink, Martin Schrön, Stephan Thober, Oldrich Rakovec, Matthias Cuntz, Ralf Merz, and Luis Samaniego

Hall A
A.250
EGU2017-16672
Water vapour fluxes trends on different time scales and their relationship with weather and soil drivers: a case study from a dehesa site in South Spain
María José Polo, Marta Egüen, Ana Andreu, Elisabet Carpintero, Pedro Gómez-Giráldez, and María Patrocinio González-Dugo

Hall A
A.251
EGU2017-15954
Monitoring African savanna water use and water stress from local to regional scale: supporting rangeland management (pilot experience in Kruger National Park, South Africa).
Ana Andreu, Timothy Dube, Hector Nieto, Maria P González-Dugo, and Stephan Hülsmann

Hall A
A.252
EGU2017-9055
Aerodynamic resistance parameterizations in distributed hydrological models for evapotranspiration estimation
Erika Ferrari, Chiara Corbari, and Marco Mancini

Hall A
A.253
EGU2017-13132
Global sensitivity analysis of a local water balance model predicting evaporation, water yield and drought
Matthias Speich, Massimiliano Zappa, and Heike Lischke

Hall A
A.254
EGU2017-16608
Runoff Interpolation and Budyko Framework over 300 Catchments across China
Ning Qiu

Hall A
A.255
EGU2017-83 | presentation
Modeling evapotranspiration over China’s landmass from 1979-2012 using three surface models
Shaobo Sun, Baozhang Chen, Huifang Zhang, and Xiaofeng Lin

Hall A
A.256 EGU2017-1191
Sensitivity of Hydrologic Projections to PET Assessment Method: Case Study of the Kolubara River Catchment in Serbia (withdrawn)
Andrijana Todorovic and Jasna Plavsic

Hall A
A.257
EGU2017-11225
Quantifying the effects of climate and terrestrial storage on the interannual variability of actual evapotranspiration by a Budyko-based approach
Chuanhao Wu, Bill X. Hu, Peng Wang, and Kai Xu

Hall A
A.258
EGU2017-5920
Canopy interception during rainfall, storm break time and after cessation of rainfall: experimental study using artificial Christmas trees
Shigeki Murakami

Hall A
A.259
EGU2017-13573
Tree-, stand- and site-specific controls on landscape-scale patterns of transpiration
Sibylle Hassler, Weiler Markus, and Blume Theresa

Hall A
A.260
EGU2017-18677
The Study of the Impacts of The agriculture practices on ET by In-situ Measurement and Numeric Modeling in Southern China
Jinhui Jeanne Huang and Han Chan

Hall A
A.261
EGU2017-11918
Improving the water use efficiency of olive trees growing in water harvesting systems
Pedro Berliner, Salomon Leake, Gennady Carmi, and Nurit Agam

Hall A
A.262 EGU2017-3356
Analysis and simulation of the water and energy balance of two cereal crops by using the Eddy Covariance Method and eco-hydrological modelling (withdrawn)
Matthias Stork and Lucas Menzel

Hall A
A.263
EGU2017-12961
On the use of the post-closure methods uncertainty band to evaluate the performance of land surface models against eddy covariance flux data
Joachim Ingwersen, Kristina Imukova, Petra Högy, and Thilo Streck

Hall A
A.264
EGU2017-8428
Processing and comparison of two weighing lysimeters at the Rietholzbach catchment
Conall Ruth, Dominik Michel, Martin Hirschi, and Sonia I. Seneviratne

Hall A
A.265
EGU2017-7377
Assessing factors that influence deviations between measured and calculated reference evapotranspiration
Marek Rodny and Reinhard Nolz

Hall A
A.266
EGU2017-1060
Sensible heat fluxes by scintillometry and eddy covariance in an irrigated vineyard
Nadia Vendrame, Luca Tezza, and Andrea Pitacco

Hall A
A.267
EGU2017-490
Determining Accuracy of Thermal Dissipation Methods-based Sap Flux in Japanese Cedar Trees
Man-Ping Su, Yoshinori Shinohara, Sophie Laplace, Song-Jin Lin, and Tomonori Kume

Hall A
A.268
EGU2017-10577 | presentation
Using Distributed Temperature Sensing for evaporation measurements: background, verification, and future applications.
Bart Schilperoort, Miriam Coenders-Gerrits, Tara van Iersel, Cesar Jiménez Rodríguez, Willem Luxemburg, Cesar Cisneros Vaca, and Murat Ucer

Hall A
A.269
EGU2017-10695
Stable isotope measurements of evapotranspiration partitioning in a maize field
Patrick Hogan, Juraj Parajka, Markus Oismüller, Peter Strauss, Lee Heng, and Günter Blöschl