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PICO HS2.2.2/CR5.8

HS2.2.2/CR5.8

Water flow paths, supply and quality in a changing cryosphere (co-organized)PICO session
Convener: Giulia Zuecco  | Co-Conveners: Michael Engel , Stephan Gruber , Anna Liljedahl , Andrew Frampton 
PICO
 / Mon, 09 Apr, 08:30–12:00  / PICO spot A

Monday, 9 April 2018
PICO spot A
Chairperson: Michael Engel, Andrew Frampton
08:30–08:32
PICOA.1
EGU2018-8225
Warming and thawing trends of permafrost at high Arctic site (Bayelva, Spitsbergen) 1998 - 2017
Julia Boike, Sabrina Ebenhoch, Höfle Bernhard, Westermann Sebastian, Maturilli Marion, Stern Lielle, Juszak Inge, and Roth Kurt
08:32–08:34
PICOA.2
EGU2018-18209
Cold Season CH4 Emissions from Polygonal Tundra in the Lena River Delta, Russia
Spyridon Karamichail, Peter Schreiber, Christian Wille, David Holl, Norman Rüggen, Torsten Sachs, and Lars kutzbach
08:34–08:36
PICOA.3
EGU2018-18982
Cryohydrogeology and associated carbon transport resulting from deep permafrost degradation
Elise van Winden, Martine van der Ploeg, and Victor Bense
08:36–08:38
PICOA.4
EGU2018-18960
Forecasting the degradation of deep permafrost using temperature-depth observations
Victor Bense, Annabelle Neefjes, Huijun Jin, and Yu Sheng
08:38–08:40
PICOA.5
EGU2018-10605
Quantifying ground ice content and its variability in permafrost bodies using geophysical techniques: implications for water release and future water availability
Christian Hauck and Christin Hilbich
08:40–08:42
PICOA.6
EGU2018-14901
Spatial variability of river thermal imprint on permafrost through combined in situ measurements and 2D hydro-thermal modeling – A case study in Central Yakutia
Eric Pohl, Christophe Grenier, Antoine Séjourné, Albane Saintenoy, Alexander Fedorov, and Pavel Konstantinov
08:42–08:44
PICOA.7
EGU2018-17510
Numerical modelling of heat transfer in a talik beneath the Kuuguluk River at Salluit, northern Québec, Canada (withdrawn)
Richard Fortier, Christophe Grenier, Jean-Michel Lemieux, and John Molson
08:44–08:46
PICOA.8
EGU2018-603
Aufeis flow and assessment of their role in formation of hydrological regime of North-East Russia
Nataliia Nesterova, Olga Makarieva, Andrey Shikhov, and Andrey Ostashov
08:46–08:48
PICOA.9
EGU2018-18326
Arctic riparian shrub expansion indicates a shift from gaining to losing streams
Anna Liljedahl, Ronald Daanen, Gerald Frost, and Ina Timling
08:48–08:50
PICOA.10
EGU2018-16001
Spatial variability of streamflow in continuous permafrost environment in Central Yakutia, Russia
Liudmila Lebedeva, Olga Makarieva, and Nataliia Nesterova
08:50–08:52
PICOA.11
EGU2018-10664
How will groundwater discharge patterns in continuous permafrost regions change in a warming climate?
Pierrick Lamontagne-Hallé, Jeffrey McKenzie, Barret Kurylyk, and Samuel Zipper
08:52–08:54
PICOA.12
EGU2018-18369
Modelling of permafrost and groundwater development in generic geological environments over glacial time-scales
Johanna Scheidegger, Christopher Jackson, Fiona McEvoy, and Simon Norris
08:54–08:56
PICOA.13
EGU2018-14272
Numerical modelling of active layer dynamics, water flow and solute transport subject to seasonal variations and climate change
Andrew Frampton
08:56–08:58
PICOA.14
EGU2018-9625
Towards representing small-scale changes in permafrost hydrology in Earth System Models
Sebastian Westermann, Kjetil Aas, Léo Martin, Jan Nitzbon, Håvard Kristiansen, Moritz Langer, Soraya Kaiser, Thomas Schneider von Deimling, Julia Boike, Hanna Lee, and Bernd Etzelmüller
08:58–10:00
Interactive presentations at PICO screens

Chairperson: Giulia Zuecco, Anna Liljedahl, Michael Engel
10:30–10:32
PICOA.1
EGU2018-8402
Three methods - one tale? An intercomparison study to estimate snowmelt contribution to streamflow using a tracer-based, a tracer-aided and a hydrologic model (withdrawn)
Jan Schmieder, Markus Weiler, Thomas Marke, and Ulrich Strasser
10:32–10:34
PICOA.2
EGU2018-13901
Quantification of snowmelt processes in a high Alpine catchment from hydrographs, satellite images and stable water isotopes
Anthony Michelon, Natalie Ceperley, Harsh Beria, Joshua Larsen, and Bettina Schaefli
10:34–10:36
PICOA.3
EGU2018-10609
Multi-scale temporal variability in the hydrology of a tropical glacierized watershed
G.-H. Crystal Ng, Leila Saberi, Rachel McLaughlin, Jeffrey La Frenierre, and Andrew Wickert
10:36–10:38
PICOA.4
EGU2018-379
Contributions of glacier melt and precipitation to the 1971-2010 streamflow increase in a headwater basin of the Tarim River
Xiaogang Shi, Zehua Li, Qiuhong Tang, Yongqiang Zhang, Huilin Gao, Xicai Pan, and Stephen J. Déry
10:38–10:40
PICOA.5
EGU2018-4011
Quantifying the contribution of glacier melt to discharge for a data-sparse glacierized watershed in the Tianshan Mountains (withdrawn)
Xiaoyan Wang, Tao Yang, Zhenya Li, and Weiwei Ren
10:40–10:42
PICOA.6
EGU2018-635
Future evolution and uncertainty of river flow signatures in a deglaciating river basin
Jonathan D Mackay, Nicholas E Barrand, David M Hannah, Stefan Krause, Christopher R Jackson, Jez Everest, and Guðfinna Aðalgeirsdóttir
10:42–10:44
PICOA.7
EGU2018-13980
New insights in modeling coupled surface-subsurface flow in glacial and periglacial catchments
Niccolo` Tubini, Riccardo Rigon, Stephan Gruber, and Vincenzo Casulli
10:44–10:46
PICOA.8
EGU2018-9358
Potential water storage of rock glacier permafrost derived from geophysical modeling (Central Andes of Argentina)
Christian Halla, Jan Henrik Blöthe, Christian Hauck, Dario Trombotto, and Lothar Schrott
10:46–10:48
PICOA.9
EGU2018-8650
Rainfall as primary driver of discharge and solute export from rock glaciers: the case of the Col d’Olen Rock Glacier (NW Italian Alps)
Nicola Colombo, Stephan Gruber, Maria Martin, Mery Malandrino, Andrea Magnani, Danilo Godone, Michele Freppaz, Simona Fratianni, Mark Williams, Marco Giardino, and Franco Salerno
10:48–10:50
PICOA.10
EGU2018-9074
Proglacial icing Rieperbreen: tracking the source of water with natural and artificial tracers
Sarah Elise Sapper, Andy Hodson, and Thomas Glade
10:50–10:52
PICOA.11
EGU2018-6640
Sources and degradation status of particulate organic carbon in the Kolyma River watershed
Lisa Bröder, Anya Davydova, Nikita Zimov, Negar Haghipour, Timothy Eglinton, and Jorien Vonk
10:52–10:54
PICOA.12
EGU2018-12243
Advancing methods for water quality studies of Arctic rivers with remote sensing and ground-based measurements. Case study of the George river basin (Nunavik, Canada)
Jean-Pierre Dedieu, Mathieu Monfette, Jan Franssen, Anas El Alem, Justine-Anne Rowell, Gwyneth Macmillan, Hilda Snowball, and Jose Gerin-Lajoie
10:54–12:00
Interactive presentations at PICO screens