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  List of Accepted Contributions - HS26 Ecohydrology of rivers and floodplains: the active role of vegetation in river functioning (joined sessions HS25 and HS26) (co-listed in BG & GM)

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Gudkov, D.; Nazarov, A.
Ecohydrological problems of over-wetting and swamping of contaminated floodplains within dammed territories of the Chernobyl exclusion zone

Perucca, E.; Camporeale, C.; Ridolfi, L.
A model for the coupled dynamics between meandering rivers and riparian vegetation

Gurnell, A
The dynamics of vegetation and vegetative particles in fluvial systems.

Merritt, D.M.; Lytle, D.A.
Structured population modeling of riparian plants: linkages between flow regime and plant population dynamics

Tullos, D.
Pairing Qualitative Reasoning (QR) simulations and field observations: representing information on riparian vegetation response to changes in hydrology induced by dam removal

Schmid, B.H.
Linking flow, vegetation and sediment deposition in low Reynolds number environments: laboratory experiments (withdrawn)

Glenz, C.; Iorgulescu , I.; Lischke , H.; Kienast , F.; Schlaepfer , R.
RIFOD - a spatially-explicit riparian forest dynamics model for Central European conditions: Application at the River Rhone, Switzerland (withdrawn)

Sandercock, P.J.; Hooke, J.M.
Dynamics of feedback effects of vegetation in ephemeral channels

Baptist, M.J.
Modelling the influence of vegetation on the morphodynamics of a flood event in the Allier, France

Huthoff, F.; Augustijn, D.C.M
Evaluation of an analytical model for hydraulic resistance of submerged vegetation

Carson, J.; Trimble, S.
Dynamic Fluvial Processes in Upper Mississippi River Reservoir Backwaters

Bonnet, MP; Barroux, G; Boaventura, G; Seyler, F; Moreira-Turcq, P; Martinez, JM ; Seyler, P
Modelling flooding hydrology and lake water mixture dynamics in an Amazon floodplain lake: the várzea of Lago Grande de Curuaí

Camporeale, C.; Ridolfi, L.
Role of flow variability on the riparian vegetation dynamics

Krause, S.; Heathwaite, A.L.; Binley, A.; Bronstert, A.; Zehe, E.; Zhang, H.
Investigating the impact of dynamic interactions at the groundwater - surface water interface on floodplain water balance and chemistry

Li, S.; Millar, R.
Morphological modelling of gravel rivers with vegetated banks and floodplain (withdrawn)

Bal, K; Vereecken, H; Buis, K; Meire, P
The influence of patch configuration on flow velocity and resistance for different macrophyte species

Curie, F.; Ducharne, A.; Bendjoudi, H.; Billen, G.; Viennot, P.; Viavattene, C.
Assessment of the Factors Controlling Nitrate Retention in Riparian Zones in the Seine River Basin

Molnar, P.; Sturzenegger, M.; Birsan, M.V.; Ruf, W.; Perona, P.; Burlando, P.
Floodplain forest dynamics in a hydrologically altered mountain river

Birsan, M. V.; Perona, P.; Molnar, P.; Burlando, P.
An appraisal of different models for the river-vegetation mutual interactions

Temmerman, S.; Bouma, T.J.; Van de Koppel, J.; Herman, P.M.J; De Vries, M.B.
Plant growth initiates channel erosion in flat landscapes: evidence from tidal marshes

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