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Posters SSS9.21

SSS9.21

Nature-based solutions in land and water management for hydro-meteorological risk reduction and climate change adaptation
Convener: Zahra Kalantari 
Co-Conveners: Georgia Destouni , Saskia Keesstra , David C. Finger , Jannes Stolte , Carla Ferreira 
Session details
Orals
 / Fri, 28 Apr, 13:30–17:00  / Room -2.21
Posters
 / Attendance Fri, 28 Apr, 17:30–19:00  / Hall X1
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Attendance Time: Friday, 28 Apr, 17:30–19:00
Hall X1
Chairperson: Zahra Kalantari
X1.212
EGU2017-700
Ecohydrological Perspective of Addis Ababa: Opportunities and Challenges for Sustainable Development
Belete Kidanewold, Agizew Nigusse, and Zahra Kalantari

X1.213 EGU2017-1020
Modeling climate change and land-use impact on water quality in a small catchment in eastern Sweden. (withdrawn)
Cham Hoang, Zahra Kalantari, and Carin Sjöstedt

X1.214
EGU2017-1027
Monitoring Effects of Climatic stresses on a Papyrus Wetland System in Eastern Uganda Using Times Series of Remotely Sensed Data
Ellen Kayendeke, Helen K French, Frank Kansiime, and Yazidhi Bamutaze

X1.215
EGU2017-1234
Challenges for Planning and Maintaining of Urban Rain Harvesting Systems- the case of Hammarby Sjöstad and Årstafältet in Stockholm
Lina Suleiman

X1.216
EGU2017-1594
Temporal changes in potential regulating ecosystem services driven by urbanization
Carla Ferreira, Inês Amorim, Evanilton Pires, Zahra Kalantari, Rory Walsh, and António Ferreira

X1.217
EGU2017-4195
The impact of olive leaves, mosses and the burrowing of wild boars on soil erosion in olive orchards | Highlight
Artemi Cerdà, Estela Nadal-Romero, Eric C Brevik, Manuel Pulido, Fermando T Maestre, Tani Taguas, Agata Novara, Saskia Keesstra, Erik Cammeraat, and Luis Parras-Alcantara

X1.218
EGU2017-17851
Blue-Green solutions for improving water quality in an urbanizing catchment
Zahra Kalantari, Bo Sha, Carla Sofia Ferreira, and Carin Sjöstedt

X1.219
EGU2017-18529
Insurance data as way to evaluate the performance of a sustainable urban drainage system (SUDS) in Augustenborg, Malmö
Johanna Sörensen and Tobias Emilsson

X1.220
EGU2017-18800
Nature-based solutions for hydro-meteorological risk reduction and nutrient removal in the Nordic and Arctic regions
Arvid Bring and Zahra Kalantari

X1.221
EGU2017-19091
Blue-Green Solutions in Urban Development
Caroline Karlsson and Zahra Kalantari

X1.222
EGU2017-19011
Rewilding as nature based solution in land management
Agata Novara, Luciano Gristina, Saskia Keesstra, Paulo Pereira, and Artemio Cerda

X1.223
EGU2017-2771
Increasing of Mechanical Parameters of Clay soil Using Calcium Chloride
Seyyed Amir Hossein Beheshty, Mir Moosa Aniran, Alireza Firoozfar, and Ramin Kiamehr

X1.224
EGU2017-5348
The link between land use and flood risk assessment in urban areas
Johanna Sörensen and Zahra Kalantari

X1.225
EGU2017-4508
Planning support for reducing risks related to flooding and water quality in the City of Stockholm
Ulla Mörtberg, Kajsa Lundgren, and Zahra Kalantari

X1.226
EGU2017-17904
Framework for city planning including nature-based solutions (NBS)
Johanna Alkan Olsson, Johanna Sörensen, and Anna Persson

X1.227
EGU2017-1639
Sustainability of integrated land and water resources management in the face of climate and land use changes
Shimelis Setegn

X1.228 EGU2017-18892
Ecohydrology and Nature Based Solutions for sustainable management of cities and adaptation to climate change (withdrawn)
Iwona Wagner, Kinga Krauze, Tomasz Jurczak, and Maciej Zalewski

X1.229
EGU2017-18478
Socio-Environmental Resilience and Complex Urban Systems Modeling
Brian Deal, Aaron Petri, Haozhi Pan, Romain Goldenberg, Zahra Kalantari, and Vladimir Cvetkovic

X1.230
EGU2017-10730
Groundwater dependant vegetation identified by remote sensing in the Iberian Peninsula
Célia Gouveia, Patrícia Pascoa, and Cathy Kurz-Besson

X1.231
EGU2017-1933
Capturing the multiple benefits associated with nature-based solutions: lessons from natural flood management project in the Cotswolds, UK
Chrisopher Short, Lucy Clarke, Chris Uttley, and Brian Smith