Invited speakers:

Luca Brocca from National Research Council, Research Institute for Geo-Hydrological Protection, Perugia, Italy, with the title "The missing information for hydrological modelling in agricultural areas: irrigation"

Martyn Clark from University of Saskatchewan, with the title "Modeling spatial patterns in hydrology: Neglected challenges."

Session Description: Hydrological models are formulations of hypotheses about natural systems' behavior. These formulations are constructed and refined to maximize the model fidelity, i.e., the agreement of the model with the reality. Models’ formulations (e.g., parameterizations) and set ups are based on both observations and qualitative expert knowledge encoded by means of mathematical or statistical tools. The interaction between data availability, expert knowledge and set of decisions that result in a working model is an important topic of discussion in scientific hydrological modeling. In this session, we welcome contributions which elaborate on the interaction between observations, expert knowledge and models with the aim of improving process understanding and the realism of our environmental models.

Potential contributions may include (but not limited to): (1) improving model structural adequacy given data and expert knowledge, (2) introducing new formulations for model components (constitutive functions) capturing the internal and external model fluxes or their overall behavior, (3) upscaling and applying the experimentalists' knowledge at catchment, basin or global scale, (4) investigating the added value of new sources of data, i.e., remotely sensed products, and new model set up or formulation to accommodate them, (5) novel methods that use the new sources of data to constrain or evaluate models, (6) better representation of often neglected processes in hydrological models such as human impacts, river regulations, irrigation, as well as vegetation dynamics, (7) better monitoring and seamless modeling of spatial patterns in hydrological and land surface models using hyper-resolution distributed earth observations, (8) identification and quantification of driving forces that generate spatial patters in these models, (9) and development of novel regionalization/regularization approaches and performance metrics for matching simulated hydrological states and fluxes with spatio-temporal data sources.

This session is organized as part of the grass-root modelling initiative on "Improving the Theoretical Underpinnings of Hydrologic Models" launched in 2016.

Convener: Shervan Gharari | Co-conveners: Björn Guse, Sina Khatami, Charles Luce, Luis Samaniego, Simon Stisen
| Fri, 12 Apr, 10:45–12:30, 14:00–15:45, 16:15–18:00
Room C
| Attendance Fri, 12 Apr, 08:30–10:15
Hall A

Attendance time: Friday, 12 April 2019, 08:30–10:15 | Hall A

Chairperson: Björn Guse, Sina Khatami, Simon Stisen
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Borbála Széles, Juraj Parajka, Patrick Hogan, Rasmiaditya Silasari, Lovrenc Pavlin, and Günter Blöschl
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A.33 |
Alteration of water budget and land surface temperature under the water management activities over Indian Sub-continental River Basins
(withdrawn after no-show)
Harsh Shah, Tian Zhou, Ning Sun, Maoyi Huang, and Vimal Mishra
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A.34 |
Florian Ulrich Jehn, Alejandro Chamorro, Tobias Houska, and Lutz Breuer
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Khil H Lee, Jihyeong Hwang, and Hyungkeun Lee
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Flinck Axel, Folton Nathalie, Arnaud Patrick, and Organde Didier
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A.37 |
Faizan Anwar and András Bárdossy
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Georgia Papacharalampous, Hristos Tyralis, Andreas Langousis, Amithirigala W Jayawardena, Bellie Sivakumar, Nikos Mamassis, Alberto Montanari, and Demetris Koutsoyiannis
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A.40 |
Ben Jarihani, Roy Sidle, Christian Roth, Rebecca Bartley, and Scott Wilkinson
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A.43 |
Moritz Feigl, Daniel Klotz, Mathew Herrnegger, and Karsten Schulz
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A.44 |
Florian Krebs, Sebastian Multsch, Stefan Reichenberger, Philipp Kraft, Lutz Breuer, Louise Wipfler, Wim Beltman, and Thorsten Schad
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A.45 |
Çağrı Hasan Karaman, Sevda Zuhal Akyürek, and Ali Melih Yanmaz
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A.46 |
First results from the South American Land Data Assimilation-2 (SALDAS-2): Hydrometeorological analysis in 30-years retrospective simulations.
Luis G. de Goncalves, Augusto Getirana, Bianca B. Maske, Vivian B. Arsego, Felipe Mantovani, Otto C. Rotunno Filho, and Luiz F. Silva
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A.47 |
Mouna Feki, Giovanni Ravazzani, Tommaso Caloiero, Alessandro Ceppi, and Gaetano Pellicone
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A.48 |
Applicability of VIC model for hydrological simulation of a Himalayan River Basin
Deen Dayal, Yogesha Mahanandaiah, Ashish Pandey, and Praveen Kumar Gupta
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A.49 |
Claudia Teutsch, Faizan Anwar, Jochen Seidel, Fabian Drenkhan, Christian D. León, András Bárdossy, Christian Huggel, and Alina Motschmann
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Martin Landa, Petr Kavka, Jakub Jeřábek, and Barbora Jáchymová
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Daniele Masseroni, Alessio Cislaghi, Gian Battista Bischetti, and Claudio Gandolfi
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Stephan Thober, Robert Schweppe, Sabine Attinger, and Luis Samaniego
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A.57 |
Javier Cepeda, Nicolas Vasquez, Pablo Mendoza, Tomás Gomez, Camila Alvarez, Miguel Lagos, and Ximena Vargas
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A.58 |
An improved heterogeneity representation for land surface model and its application to Variable Infiltration Capacity (VIC) using the concept of Grouped Response Units (GRUs)
Shervan Gharari, Jefferson Wong, Alain Pietroniro, Martyn Clark, Saman Razavi, and Howard Wheater
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A.59 |
Nataliia Nesterova, Olga Makarieva, Alexandra Kolupaeva, Tatiana Vinogradova, and Irina Beldiman
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A.60 |
Debora Yumi de Oliveira and Pedro Luiz Borges Chaffe
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A.61 |
Ralf Merz, Larisa Tarasova, and Stefano Basso
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A.62 |
Mohamed Saadi, Ludovic Oudin, and Pierre Ribstein
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