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Posters HS5.3

HS5.3

Advances in socio-hydrology
Convener: Marcus Nüsser  | Co-Conveners: Murugesu Sivapalan , Britta Höllermann , Giuliano Di Baldassarre , Alberto Viglione , Saket Pande 
Orals
 / Thu, 12 Apr, 08:30–10:00  / Room 2.95
Posters
 / Attendance Thu, 12 Apr, 17:30–19:00  / Hall A

Attendance Time: Thursday, 12 April 2018, 17:30–19:00
Hall A
Chairperson: Britta Höllermann, Marcus Nüsser, Saket Pande
A.148
EGU2018-1344
Development of a Stakeholder-Assisted Socio-Hydrological Systems Dynamic Model to Facilitate Groundwater Management
Azhar Baig, Jan Adamowski, Julien Malard, Marcela Rojas, and Gabriella Peng

A.149
EGU2018-2791
150 years of historical flood events and related impacts in the catchment area of the Arve river (Northwestern Alps, France)
Bruno Wilhelm, Alain Mélo, Samuel Debionne, and Ruin Isabelle

A.150
EGU2018-3174
Sustainability of river basin development under uncertain future climate and economic conditions
Mahendran Roobavannan, Jaya Kandasamy, Saket Pande, Saravanamuthu Vigneswaran, and Murugesu Sivapalan

A.151
EGU2018-9137
Understanding the interactions between socio-environmental characteristics and psycho-social factors in predicting household water treatment practices in rural Nepal
Daniel sihombing, saket pande, luuk rietveld, and sara marks

A.152
EGU2018-4601
Rural-urban migration in Jiangsu province, China in response to the unemployment gradient: A Socio-hydrological Approach
Haoyang Lyu, Zengchuan Dong, and Saket Pande

A.153
EGU2018-5956
Potential of multi-purpose reservoirs for the reduction of water scarcity: A multi-modular assessment framework.
Manuela Irene Brunner, Jürg Speerli, Astrid Björnsen-Gurung, Susanne Kytzia, Sara Bieler, Sandra Volken, and Manfred Stähli

A.154
EGU2018-6242
The shadow price of non-renewable groundwater
Marc F.P. Bierkens, Stijn Reinhard, Jens de Bruijn, and Yoshihide Wada

A.155
EGU2018-11360
Point-based, probabilistic analysis and visualisation of flood hazard and risk: a case study in Japan
Masafumi Yamada, Satoshi Watanabe, and Takeyoshi Chibana

A.156
EGU2018-11466
Exploring hydrological scenarios in an irrigation-intensive landscape
Richard Lammers, Shan Zuidema, Danielle Grogan, Alex Prusevich, Steve Frolking, Jamie Trammell, Andrew Kliskey, Sarah Gilmore, David Griffith, and Lilian Alessa

A.157
EGU2018-12850 | presentation
Evaluation/pilot test of a low-cost monitoring methodology to represent plot-scale soil water status for wheat cropping in India
Soham Adla, Karumanchi Sri Harsha, Neeraj Rai, Shivam Tripathi, Markus Disse, and Saket Pande

A.158
EGU2018-19106
Engaging waterways: enhancing social and ecological resilience through participatory daylighting
Mark Usher, Emma Shuttleworth, Gareth Clay, and Jonathan Huck

A.159
EGU2018-17773
Implications of Human Activities on the Shatt al Arab River and Khor al Zubair in City of Basra, Southern Iraq
Ahmed Al-Saedi

A.160 EGU2018-13741
Developing a perceptual model for socio-hydrological modelling in a semi-arid region of Iran (withdrawn after no-show)
Shiva Gholizadeh-Sarabi, Bijan Ghahraman, Mojtaba Shafiei, Kamran Davari, Maysam Majidi, and Ata Joodavi

A.161
EGU2018-17286
Anno 2015: Phosphorus recovery potential from wastewater for agricultural reuse
Dirk-Jan Kok and Saket Pande

A.162 EGU2018-3737
Coupled human-water systems modeling for better management of water resources (withdrawn)
Amin Elshorbagy, Ahmed Abdelkader, Marta Tuninetti, Francesco Laio, Luca Ridolfi, and Hussam Fahmy

A.163
EGU2018-4969 | presentation
Revealing Synergies, Interconnections and Multiple Perspectives as an Aid to Natural Flood Management Delivery
Thea Wingfield, Kim Peters, Jack Spees, Karen Potter, and Neil Macdonald

A.164
EGU2018-10515 | presentation
The impact of drought on the spatiotemporal distribution of consumptive water use in the Jaguaribe basin, Brazil
Martin Colee, Pieter van Oel, and Jan Clevers

A.165
EGU2018-12821
DRY (Drought risk and you): Methodological issues in bringing narrative and science together to support decision-making in local drought risk management in the UK
Lindsey McEwen, Ragab Ragab, Mike Wilson, James Blake, Martina McGuinness, and Jill Thompson