SSS2.1/GM3.9/HS9.10Connectivity in hydrology and sediment dynamics: concepts, measuring, modelling, indices and societal implications (co-organized)
|Convener: Ronald Pöppl | Co-Conveners: Manuel López-Vicente , Rens Masselink , John Wainwright|
Monday, 9 April 2018
Off-site damage in western European agricultural landscapes: a result of high erosion rates or connected systems?
Impact of distinct spatial patterns of impervious surfaces on runoff and sediment fluxes: laboratory evaluation Highlight
Carla Ferreira, Rodrigo Moruzzi, Marcelle Vargas, Micaela Tudor, João Abrantes, Jorge Isidoro, António Ferreira, and João Pedroso de Lima
What do models tell us about water and sediment connectivity?
Jantiene Baartman, Rens Masselink, Joao Pedro Nunes, Frederic Darboux, Charles Bielders, Vincent Cantreul, Aurore Degré, Petr Kavka, Olivier Cerdan, Thomas Grangeon, Peter Fiener, Florian Wilken, Marcus Schindewolf, Laura Turnbull, and John Wainwright
Characterization of sediment sources at seasonal and centennial scales using CSIA, biomarkers and connectivity modelling in the Baldegg Lake catchment (Switzerland)
Marlène Lavrieux, Katrin Meusburger, Guido Wiesenberg, Axel Birkholz, and Christine Alewell
Disentangling the independent roles of plant cover and bare-soil connectivity in dryland functioning
Susana Bautista, Ángeles G Mayor, and Francisco Rodríguez
Understanding changing natural and human-altered watersheds in the Inland Pacific Northwest through hydrological and sedimentological connectivity
Christian Guzman, Erin Brooks, and Jan Boll