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Posters HS1.8

HS1.8

History of Hydrology
Convener: Okke Batelaan  | Co-Conveners: Keith Beven , Laurent Pfister , Roberto Ranzi 
Orals
 / Thu, 12 Apr, 13:30–17:00  / Room C
Posters
 / Attendance Thu, 12 Apr, 17:30–19:00  / Hall A

Attendance Time: Thursday, 12 Apr, 17:30–19:00
Hall A
Chairperson: Okke Batelaan; Keith Beven; Laurent Pfister; Roberto Ranzi
Development of hydrology as a science

Hall A
A.1
EGU2018-2401
Robert E. Horton’s Concepts of Inflltration and Runoff
Keith Beven

A.2
EGU2018-2403
The History of Hydrology Wiki Project
Keith Beven

A.3
EGU2018-5690
Audiovisual Recording of the History of Hydro(geo)logy
Okke Batelaan, Keith Beven, Craig T. Simmons, and Philippe Renard

A.4
EGU2018-5674
Team Thiem
Okke Batelaan and Georg Houben

A.5
EGU2018-11235
The Hydrological Cycle: A Contrary Historical Perspective
Okke Batelaan

A.6
EGU2018-13913
Leonardo da Vinci’s conceptualisations of the water cycle
Laurent Pfister

A.7
EGU2018-16903
“…come la geometria è la base della scienza delle acque”: Bernardino Zendrini and the measurement of flow rate
Stefano Barontini, Marco Peli, and Roberto Ranzi

History of data sets and models

A.8
EGU2018-8303 | presentation | presentation
Retrospective-modelling: historical hydrology for future water management
Erik Querner, Erik Meijles, Harry Jager, Paul Hendriks, and Theo Spek

A.9
EGU2018-15734
Empirical approach to hydrological modelling: a historical perspective in the case of the GR models
Charles Perrin, Vazken Andréassian, Maria-Helena Ramos, Guillaume Thirel, Pierre Nicolle, and Olivier Delaigue

A.10
EGU2018-924
The Kolyma water-balance station: the history of a research watershed in a mountainous permafrost environment from 1947 to 2017
Olga Makarieva, Nataliia Nesterova, Lyudmila Lebedeva, and Sergey Sushansky

A.11
EGU2018-1358
Tikhvin water system: history, modern state and perspective of partly restoration
Valentin Sapunov

A.12
EGU2018-13315
Historical trends, key figures and tipping points in the mathematics of free-surface flow and erosion
Bruno Cheviron and Roger Moussa