Oral programme 2.


Observations of Water Cycle Components
Conveners: Gilles Boulet , Chris Hopkinson  | Conveners: Pamela Nagler , William Kustas 
Oral programme
 / Tue, 08 May, 15:00–17:00  / Room 1
 / Wed, 09 May, 15:00–17:15  / Room 1
Poster programme
 / Attendance Wed, 09 May, 17:15–18:30  / Poster area

Tuesday, 8 May 2018
Room 1
Remote Sensing Based Changes Within Hydrological Storage Components on the Tibetan Plateau – Impact of Global Warming?
Volker Hochschild, Gebhard Warth, Jan Kropacek, and Niklas Neckel
The influence of surface roughness on remote sensing-based estimates of evapotranspiration over vineyards
Joseph Alfieri, William Kustas, Hector Nieto, John Prueger, Lawrence Hipps, Lynn McKee, Feng Gao, and Sebastian Los
RSHS18-18 | PIAHS article
Evapotranspiration and evaporation/transpiration partitioning with dual source energy balance models in agricultural lands
Gilles Boulet, Emilie Delogu, Sameh Saadi, Wafa Chebbi, Albert Olioso, Bernard Mougenot, Pascal Fanise, Zohra Lili-Chabaane, and Jean-Pierre Lagouarde
Soil moisture and NDVI spatial dynamic through Recurrence Plots
Ana Maria Tarquis
Estimation of evapotranspiration over a dehesa ecosystem using satellite data and a simplified soil water balance model
Elisabet Carpintero, Pedro J. Gómez-Giráldez, Ana Andreu, and María P. González-Dugo
Modeling regional rainfall dataset using satellite based rainfall observations, in situ data and rainfall climatology contours: A case study for the MENA region
Naga Manohar Velpuri, Gabriel B Senay, Daniel J Goode, John (Jack) Eggleston, Michael R Van der Valk, Salam Abu Hantash, and Thair AL-Momani
Long term chronicles and near real time discharges estimates derived from satellite altimetry, hydrological modelling and remote sensing observations in ungauged basins
Adrien Paris, stéphane calmant, Marielle Gosset, Ayan Fleishmann, Pierre-André garambois, Johary Andriambelosom, Vinicius Siqueira, Joécila Santos da Silva, Taina Conchy, Rodrigo Cauduro Dias de Paiva, and Walter Collischonn
Sensitivity Analysis, Calibration, and Evaluation of Two Source Energy Balance Model using Multi-Scale and Multi-Source Spectral Data for a Tree-Grass System
Vicente Burchard-Levine, Héctor Nieto, David Riaño, Mirco Migliavacca, Tarek S. El-Madany, Arnaud Carrara, and M. Pilar Martín

Wednesday, 9 May 2018
Room 1
Evidence of two-way feedback mechanisms between precipitation and soil moisture at annual and interannual timescales in tropical South America
Valeria García, Natalia López, and Germán Poveda
To couple or not to couple, that’s the question!
Wim J. Timmermans, Albert Olioso, and John D. Albertson
Integrated use of forecasted, ground and space based rainfall data with hydrological models for flash flood peak estimation in Beas river basin, India
Praveen K. Thakur, Pankaj R. Dhote, Adrija Roy, Vaibhav Garg, Arpit Chouksey, Bhaskar R Nikam, Shiv P. Aggarwal, and A. Senthil Kumar
River water level and flow estimation using combination of space based altimeters and hydrodynamic models
Praveen Thakur, Pankaj R Dhote, Arpit Chouksey, Praveen Kalura, Surajit Ghosh, Vaibhav Garg, Prabhakar Alok, Bhaskar R. Nikam, Shiv P. Aggarwal, and A Senthil Kumar
Assessing a global dataset of rainfall estimates from satellite over Spain
Sandra García, Fulgencio Cánovas García, and Patricia Olmos Giménez
Evaluation of TRMM-3B42 product in southwest Mexico
Roxana Ivonne Fonseca-Rodríguez and Jose Agustin Breña-Naranjo
16:30–16:45 RSHS18-109
Mapping the Riparian Vegetation Evapotranspiration Using Airborne and Landsat Imagery Over the Republican River, Nebraska (withdrawn)
Osama Akasheh, Christopher Neale, Burdette Barker, Babak Safa, and Derrel Martin
16:45–17:00 RSHS18-121
Use of a surface energy balance model and remote sensing data fusion for continuous evapotranspiration monitoring over a dehesa landscape (withdrawn)
Elisabet Carpintero, Martha C. Anderson, Christopher Hain, Feng Gao, Ana Andreu, Pedro J. Gómez-Giráldez, William P. Kustas, and María P. González-Dugo
Evaluating the value of Bias Correction of High-Resolution Satellite Rainfall Product (CHIRP) to simulate Stream flow into Lake Ziway, Ethiopia
Demelash Goshime, Rafik Absi, Béatrice Ledesert, and Alemseged Haile