Find the EGU on

Tag your tweets with #EGU18

Posters HS1.10

HS1.10

Large-sample hydrology: characterising and understanding hydrological diversity
Convener: Nans Addor  | Co-Conveners: Gemma Coxon , Keirnan Fowler , Pablo Mendoza 
Orals
 / Wed, 11 Apr, 15:30–17:00  / Room 2.31
Posters
 / Attendance Wed, 11 Apr, 17:30–19:00  / Hall A

Attendance Time: Wednesday, 11 Apr, 17:30–19:00
Hall A
Chairperson: Nans Addor
A.1
EGU2018-9882
Catchment Hydrology Explorer for Water Stewards (CatchX Platform)
Susana Almeida, Luis Velasquez, Mark Trigg, Wim Clymans, Suraje Dessai, Conor Linstead, Christopher Sampson, Andrew Smith, Richard Carter, Klaudia Schachtschneider, Christine Colvin, Hazel Culley, Jane Tanner, Denis Hughes, and Ian Thornhill

A.2
EGU2018-16569
Global patterns of streamflow signatures and their physiographic controls based on observations from some ten thousands of catchments
Luis Pineda, Jafet Andersson, Yeshewatesfa Hundecha, Louise Crochemore, Abdulghani Hasan, Rafael Pimentel, Kristina Isberg, and Berit Arheimer

A.3
EGU2018-3835 | presentation | presentation
Connecting seasonal streamflow patterns and hydrological statistics to climate forcing on a global scale
Wouter Knoben, Ross Woods, and Jim Freer

A.4
EGU2018-9663
Variability in glacier hydrographs around the world
Marit Van Tiel, Anne F. Van Loon, and Kerstin Stahl

A.5
EGU2018-1499
Dominant flood generating mechanisms – a global analysis Highlight
Lina Stein, Ross Woods, and Francesca Pianosi

A.6
EGU2018-15041
Understanding and evaluating catchment memory from a global hydrological model
Louise Crochemore, Rafael Pimentel, Luis Pineda, Abdulghani Hasan, Ilias Pechlivanidis, Kristina Isberg, Jafet Andersson, and Berit Arheimer

A.7
EGU2018-14438 | presentation | presentation
Input variable selection for hydrological predictions in ungauged catchments: with or without clustering?
Nilay Dogulu, Inci Batmaz, and Elcin Kentel

A.8
EGU2018-10673
Predicting runoff signatures for Australian catchments using regressions and hydrological modelling
Yongqiang Zhang, Francis Chiew, and Ming Li

A.9
EGU2018-13989
Modelling hydrological diversity: advances in a national scale hydrological modelling framework for probabilistic flow simulation and prediction
Gemma Coxon, Jim Freer, Rosie Lane, Niall Quinn, Louisa Peaver, Tamsin Lockwood, Thorsten Wagener, Ross Woods, and Nicholas Howden

A.10
EGU2018-19713
Parameter regionalization for a flexible modeling framework based on a large sample of catchments
Nans Addor

A.11
EGU2018-8808
A physical similarity approach to regionalisation using a global database of catchments
Valeriya Filipova and David Leedal

A.12
EGU2018-19730
Model calibration for high flow estimations – Effect of the choices of objective function
Naoki Mizukami, Oldrich Rakovec, and Rohini Kumar

A.13
EGU2018-4992
Evaluation of the Seamless Parameter Estimation Technique across Contiguous United States
Oldrich Rakovec, Naoki Mizukami, Rohini Kumar, Andrew Newman, Stephan Thober, Andrew Wood, Martyn Clark, and Luis Samaniego

A.14
EGU2018-12220
Violation of the flux-matching criteria in land-surface simulations by Noah-MP at different spatial resolutions over diverse regions
Robert Schweppe, Stephan Thober, Oldrich Rakovec, Matthias Cuntz, Rohini Kumar, Sabine Attinger, and Luis Samaniego

A.15
EGU2018-10936
Using SUMMA for model mimicry: How do we define similarity between hydrologic models?
Bart Nijssen, Andrew Bennett, Martyn Clark, and Grey Nearing

A.16
EGU2018-9576
A comparative hydrology approach to understand groundwater recharge variability across the African continent
Charles West, Thorsten Wagener, and Rafael Rosolem

A.17
EGU2018-19739
CR2MET: A high-resolution precipitation and temperature dataset for hydroclimatic research in Chile
Juan Pablo Boisier, Camila Alvarez-Garretón, Javier Cepeda, Axel Osses, Nicolás Vásquez, and Roberto Rondanelli