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Posters HS2.1.3

HS2.1.3

Catchment Organisation, Similarity, and Evolution
Convener: Martijn Westhoff  | Co-Conveners: Daniele Ganora , Wouter Berghuijs , Ida Westerberg 
Orals
 / Mon, 09 Apr, 10:30–12:00  / Room 2.15
Posters
 / Attendance Mon, 09 Apr, 17:30–19:00  / Hall A

Attendance Time: Monday, 9 April 2018, 17:30–19:00
Hall A
Chairperson: Ida Westerberg
A.55
EGU2018-4475
Semi-distributed regionalisation of the HBV model parameters based on features and similarity of the elevation zones
Mattia Neri, Elena Toth, Juraj Parajka, and Alberto Viglione

A.56
EGU2018-4496
Assessing the impact of nested catchments on the performance of parameter regionalisation techniques
Mattia Neri, Elena Toth, Juraj Parajka, and Alberto Viglione

A.57
EGU2018-5484
Regional scale hydrological modelling to assess surface water resources: a case study in the Medjerda basin, Northwest Africa
Emna Guermazi and Emmanuel Reynard

A.58
EGU2018-10011
Simulating Streamflow in Ungauged Basins under a Changing Climate: The Importance of Landscape Characteristics
Claudia Teutschbein, Thomas Grabs, Hjalmar Laudon, Reinert Karlsen, and Kevin Bishop

A.59 EGU2018-14773
Identifying the relationships among low-flow characteristics and their climate-landscape controls: a case study in upstream region of Huai River Basin, China (withdrawn after no-show)
Man Gao, Xi Chen, and Ning Qiu

A.60
EGU2018-13146 | presentation
Clustering approaches for analysing similarity in ungauged catchments: input variable selection for hydrological predictions
Nilay Dogulu, Inci Batmaz, and Elcin Kentel

A.61
EGU2018-14832
Streamflows dynamics at continental scale: using stremaflow correlation to identify hydrologically similar catchments in the contiguous US
Andrea Betterle, Mario Schirmer, and Gianluca Botter

A.62
EGU2018-18926
Do all riparian areas behave the same? On the mechanistic role of saturated area dynamics in hydrological responses.
Marta Antonelli, Barbara Glaser, Julian Klaus, Ryan Teuling, and Laurent Pfister

A.63
EGU2018-9784
Are subsurface drainage networks responsible for power law recession behaviour, and under which circumstances?
Martijn Westhoff

A.64
EGU2018-10210
Representative computation: How to make use of hydrological similarity?
Rik van Pruijssen, Elnaz Azmi, Erwin Zehe, and Uwe Ehret

A.65
EGU2018-11153
Tracing water through catchments using tritium
Uwe Morgenstern, Mike Stewart, Jeff McDonnell, Ian Cartwright, and Laurent Pfister

A.66
EGU2018-13172
Analytic flow duration curves to understand discharge regimes across elevation gradients in Alpine environments
Ana Clara Santos, Bettina Schaefli, Andrea Rinaldo, and Maria Manuela Portela

A.67
EGU2018-14728
Flow duration curves estimation at partially ungauged sites
Elena Ridolfi, Hemendra Kumar, and András Bárdossy

A.68
EGU2018-15180
Assessing hydroclimatic change in the Budyko-framework: Mathematical derivations, misconceptions, and dangerous parameters
Peter Greve and Lukas Gudmundsson

A.69
EGU2018-14137 | presentation
Analysis of influencing factors on the Budyko parameter and the application of Budyko framework in future runoff change projection
Weiguang Wang, Wanqiu Xing, and Jianyu Fu

A.70
EGU2018-14406
A regional lumped model approach to study Fresh Submarine Groundwater Discharge (FSGD) on Java, Indonesia
Mithra-Christin Hajati, Edwin Sutanudjaja, and Nils Moosdorf1

A.71
EGU2018-14296 | presentation
Analyzing long-term streamwater chemistry with complexity measures
Holger Lange, Sebastian Sippel, Britta Aufgebauer, Michael Hauhs, Christina Bogner, and Henning Meesenburg