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Posters HS2.1.7

HS2.1.7

What is a «good» hydrological model for impact study?
Convener: Alexander Gelfan 
Co-Conveners: Vazken Andréassian , Valentina Krysanova , Yury Motovilov 
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 / Attendance Thu, 12 Apr, 17:30–19:00  / Hall A
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Attendance Time: Thursday, 12 Apr, 17:30–19:00
Hall A
Chairperson: Alexander Gelfan
"End of democracy era" in hydrological modeling

Hall A
A.13
EGU2018-17350
The good, the bad or the ugly? Under what conditions can we trust our models for impact studies? | Highlight
Guillaume Thirel, Vazken Andréassian, and Charles Perrin

A.14
EGU2018-4189
How good is good in hydrological modelling?
Jan Seibert, Marc Vis, Elizabeth Lewis, and Ilja van Meerveld

A.15
EGU2018-8735
Performance of hydrological models in the historical period and credibility of climate impact projections
Valentina Krysanova, Chantal Donnelly, Alexander Gelfan, Dieter Gerten, Berit Arheimer, Fred Hattermann, and Zbigniew Kundzewicz

A.16
EGU2018-12512
How to distinguish between hydrological models appropriate for impact studies and unsuitable models? Crash-test necessity
Alexander Gelfan

What is a "good" model conceptualization?

A.17
EGU2018-6499
The Decisive Role of Model Complexity in Model Selection
Marvin Höge, Thomas Wöhling, and Wolfgang Nowak

A.18
EGU2018-13718
Can conceptual hydrological models be used under changing conditions?
Andràs Bàrdossy and Faizan Anwar

A.19
EGU2018-7529
Expansion of the capabilities of conceptual hydrological models on the basis of physically based models
Yury Motovilov

A.20
EGU2018-11989
Effective combination of stochastic and deterministic hydrological models in a changing environment
Andreas Efstratiadis, Ioannis Nalbantis, and Demetris Koutsoyiannis

A.21
EGU2018-14689
Do we need to represent the non-stationary world in hydrological impact models?
Ian Holman, Simona Pedde, and Calum Brown

What are "good" evaluation tests and performance criteria?

A.22
EGU2018-9423
Do good simulation performances at gauged stations mean good semi-distributed hydrological model? An analysis for prediction in ungauged basins.
Alban de Lavenne, Guillaume Thirel, Vazken Andréassian, Charles Perrin, and Maria-Helena Ramos

A.23
EGU2018-12053
Evaluating model performance: a non-parametric variant of the Kling-Gupta efficiency
Sandra Pool, Marc Vis, and Jan Seibert

A.24
EGU2018-16647
'Crash testing' calibrated HBV model parameters under contrasting flood seasonality conditions
Klaus Vormoor, Maik Heistermann, Axel Bronstert, and Deborah Lawrence

A.25 EGU2018-439
A Comprehensive Hydrologic Model Evaluation based on Multitemporal Model Performance (withdrawn)
Andrijana Todorović and Jasna Plavšić

A.26
EGU2018-9470
Exploring the validity of a regionalised hydrological model at various spatial scales
Thibault Hallouin, Michael Bruen, and Eva Mockler

A.27
EGU2018-19509
A multi-model cross-scale study to quantify sources of uncertainty in hydrological climate change impact assessment
Fred Fokko Hattermann, Tobias Vetter, and Valentina Krysanova

A.28
EGU2018-8537
Impacts of Hydrologic Model Uncertainty on Water Resources Management
William Farmer

A.29
EGU2018-5642
How to improve the water balance error to obtain robust streamflow simulation: a comparative approach using three hydrological models
Dereje Birhanu, Hyeonjun Kim, and Cheolhee Jang