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  List of Accepted Contributions - HS45 Estimating sediment budgets – identification of sources and sinks as well as pathways of sediment associated with pollutants in the river system (co-listed in GM)

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Zerling, L.; Hanisch, C.; Junge, F. W.
Old River Sediments – a Source of Contamination in Flood Events

Nyssen, J.; De Baets, S.; Poesen, J.; Moeyersons, J.; Mitiku Haile, _; Deckers, J.
Sediment budgeting for a dynamic analysis of slope processes in the Northern Ethiopian Highlands

Kebede Gurmessa, T.; Westrich, B.
Numerical modeling of reservoir sedimentation, effect of data aggregation

Förster, H.; Houben, P.; Wunderlich, J.
Sediment budgets in mesozoic mountains: a case study

Bronstert, A.; Mueller, E.N.; de Araujo, J.C.; Batalla, R.J.; Francke, T.; Güntner, A.; Mamede, G.
Measurement and Modelling of Erosion and Sediment Transport from Headwaters to large Catchments: A Research Project to reduce Reservoir Sedimentation in semi-arid Environments

Baborowski, M.; von Tümpling, W.; Mages, M.; Einax, J. W.
The influence of extreme discharge on the transport of selected priority substances in the river Elbe (Germany)

Vanlierde, E.; Collins, A. L.; Mostaert, F.; Berckmans, J.; Van Grieken, R.; Jacobs, P.
Fingerprinting the origin of fluvial suspended sediment in the Demer basin, Belgium: a preliminary assessment of spatial provenance

Vanlierde, E.; de Schutter, J.; Mostaert, F.; Jacobs, P.
Modeling the annual contribution of authigenic sediment to the total suspended sediment load in a Belgian basin

White, S M; Apitz, S E; Deeks, L K; Kelly, A; Wakelin, T
Estimating sediment inputs to the Norfolk Broads

Belien, H.; Vanlierde, E.; Mostaert, F.; Jacobs, P.
A preliminary study of the flocculation of iron-bound sediment in a Belgian river

Geerinck, S.; Vanlierde, E.; de Schutter , J.; Mostaert, F.; Jacobs, P.
Investigating density measurements as a means of determining suspended sediment concentrations in aquatic environments.

Church, T.
Trace metals in the Potomac (U.S.) watershed: spatial and temporal processes for particle distribution, loading and basin yield (withdrawn)

Jacoub, G.; Westrich, B.
Effect of river groyne structures on flow, sedimentation and erosion dynamics in rivers (Case study: the River Elbe)

Zarris, D.; Lykoudi, E.; Panagoulia, D.
Sediment yield estimations in Greece combined with hydrologic and geomorphologic characteristics

Kerschbaumsteiner, W.; Lalk, P.; Habersack, H.
Floods and other unsteady state conditions in suspended sediment transport in Austrian rivers and their relevance for monitoring concepts and sediment budgeting

Schäuble, H; Hinderer, M
A GIS-based method to correct sediment yield gauges in large river basins by considering dams and time

Del Grande, C.; Dottori, F.; Elmi, C. ; Ghirotti, M.; Martina, M.L.V
Anthropic impacts on sediment budget at the catchment scale: the case of the Conca river in Italy

Laguionie, P.; Lefrançois, J.; Crave, A.; Davy, P.
Estimation of a long-term mean sediment load (withdrawn)

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