Ecohydrology as a field of research is expanding rapidly and in the process is displacing boundaries of consolidated disciplines. The mobility of the research frontier is both exciting and challenging, especially in terms of defining what is presently encompassed by ecohydrology. This session aims to draw examples from the wide field of ecohydrology in order to portray the current diversity and common features of research frontiers in ecohydrological studies. This year we are especially interested in presentations that explicitly couple ecological and hydrological processes at the catchment scale, explore how vegetation modifies catchment water and chemical cycling and how these processes combine to impact in-channel organisms. Presentations focusing on challenging problems such as the arrangement of ecosystem structure and responses of organisms to hydrological drivers are also encouraged

Convener: Keith Smettem | Co-conveners: Christoph Hinz, Julian Klaus, Giulia Vico
| Thu, 11 Apr, 10:45–12:30
Room 2.25
| Attendance Thu, 11 Apr, 08:30–10:15
Hall A

Thursday, 11 April 2019 | Room 2.25

Chairperson: Christoph Hinz
10:45–11:00 |
Michael Roderick, Yuting Yang, Shulei Zhang, Tim McVicar, and Randall Donohue
11:00–11:15 |
Mingfang Zhang, Shirong Liu, and Xiaohua Wei
11:15–11:30 |
Anna Scaini, David Zamora, Fernando Jaramillo, John Livsey, and Stefano Manzoni
11:30–11:45 |
Doerthe Tetzlaff, Aaron Smith, Jörg Gelbrecht, and Chris Soulsby
11:45–12:00 |
Leonardo Enrico Bertassello, Antoine Aubeneau, James Jawitz, Gianluca Botter, Jason Hoverman, and Suresh Rao
12:15–12:30 |
Saverio Perri, Gabriel Katul, and Annalisa Molini