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  List of Accepted Contributions - HS1 Incorporating hydrological processes knowledge into catchment modeling at multiple spatial scales

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Schaefli, B.; Zehe, E.
Regionalisation of rainfall-runoff transformation: understanding catchment similarities using wavelets

Bulygina, N.; Goodrich, D.; Guertin, P.; Gupta, H.
Some delineation rules for watershed representation in KinEros2 model (withdrawn)

Rimmer, A.; Salingar, Y.
Modelling precipitation-streamflow processes in large karst basin

Kobold, M.; Brilly, M.
An evaluation of the impact of soil moisture and evapotranspiration on runoff

Uhlenbrook, S.; Wenninger, J.; Konz, M.; Mul, M.; Savenije, H.
How much process understanding can be gained with limited experimental investigations, and how can we translate that into catchments models?

Parajka, J.; Blöschl, G.; Merz, R.
Regional calibration at multiple scales

Montanari, A.; Toth, E.
Calibration of hydrological models in the spectral domain: a chance for ungauged basins?

Götzinger, J.; Bárdossy, A.
Comparison of two approaches to the regionalization of model parameters

Gerrits, A.M.J; Savenije, H.H.G; Pfister, L.
New measuring technique to determine forest floor interception

Segond, M.-L.; Wheater, H.S.; Onof, C.
The significance of spatial rainfall representation for flood runoff estimation

Vogel, T.; Dusek, J.
Comparison of two different approaches to modeling subsurface runoff at the hillslope scale

Wriedt, G.; Spindler, J.; Neef, T.; Meissner, R.; Rode, M.
The effect of seasonal groundwater dynamics on nitrate export from lowland catchments

Konz, M.; Uhlenbrook, S.; Braun, L.; Demuth, S.; Shrestha, A.
Process-oriented Runoff Simulation from a glacierized Himalayan Head Watershed

Klawitter, A.; Ostrowski, M.
A modelling Concept combining rural and urban Hydrology

Tetzlaff, D.; Soulsby, C.; Waldron, S.; Brewer, M.; Dunn, S.
Using continuous tracer data to infer runoff processes in nested experimental catchments – an underutilised resource in hydrological modelling?

Hilberts, A.; Troch, P.; Paniconi, C. ; Boll, J.
On the Relationship between Rainfall, Recharge, Unsaturated Storage, and Hillslope Subsurface Flow Processes

r. Gnouma, r. G.; p. Breil, p. B.
Formalization of hydrologic functioning types as criteria of calibration for distributed hydrologic model : method and first results

Llorens, P.; Gallart, F.; Latron, J.; Poyatos, R.; Rubio, C.; Garcia-Pintado, J.
TOPBAL: A TOPMODEL version developed for an improved simulation of the water balance of diverse vegetation types.

Molnár, D.
Distributed rainfall-runoff modelling of Swiss mountainous basins: effects of scale on modelling parameters

Retter, M.; Cloke, H.; Kienzler, P.; Renaud, J.-P.; Germann, P.
Measuring and modelling vectors of subsurface flow in a hillslope

Pakosch, S.; Disse, M.
Systematic comparison of the topmodel- and richards- approach for modelling the vadose zone

Latron, J; Lana-Renault, N; Llorens, P; Poyatos, R; Serrano-Muela, P; Nadal-Romero, E; Rubio, C; Regüés, D; Gallart, F; García-Ruiz, JM
Cross-site modelling of the hydrological behaviour of two Mediterranean mountain catchments

Krueger, T.; Freer, J.; Uhlenbrook, S.; Schulz, K.
Towards matching the ‘observational scale’ with the ‘model scale’ in a mountainous catchment: on the relevance of saturated areas for large scale responses

Renaud, J.-P.; Cloke, H.
Instrumenting a hillslope-floodplain continuum to look at hydrological processes: the Leighton hydrology research site

Smith, P.; Beven, K.; Tawn, J.
The detection of structural inadequacy in process based hydrological models: a particle filtering approach.

Margreth, M; Naef, F; Schmocker-Fackel, P; Scherrer, S
Evaluation of dominant runoff processes for large areas with a GIS-based method

Ghesquiere, J.; Moussa, R.
Modelling surface flows on small farmed catchments during events taking into account overbank of ditch network

Pöhler, H.; Dunger, V.; Matschullat, J.
Scales in space and time in a mountainous mesoscale catchment using a complex rainfall-runoff model

Charlier, J. B.; Moussa, R.; Cattan, P.; Voltz, M.
Hydrological behaviour of a small tropical catchment on volcanic deposits

Son, K.; Sivapalan, M.; Struthers, I.
Investigation of response time and water age

Martina, M.L.V; Todini, E.
Can physically meaningful properties and parameters be directly retained in lumped hydrological models?

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