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  List of Accepted Contributions - HS7.7 Riverine systems: new methods, concepts and applications linking hydrology, hydraulics, geomorphology and ecology (co-listed in BG & GM)

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Mitrofanova, E.
Indicative significance of phytoplankton for estimation of large river state near cities and settlements (Ob and Tom Rivers as a case study, Russia) (withdrawn)

Imholt, C.; Soulsby, C.; Gibbins, C.; Malcolm, I.A.; Langan, S.
Within-catchment variation in stream invertebrate growth patterns: influence of riparian cover and stream temperatures on invertebrate growth

Krause, S.; Heathwaite, L.; Binley, A.; Kaeser, D.
Nutrient transformation in the hyporheic zone - A panacea for river restauration or a ticking time bomb

Richards, K S; Moss, T
How do we do inter-disciplinary eco-hydrological restoration science? Some experience from the EC-funded FLOBAR2 project

Perucca, E.; Camporeale, C.; Ridolfi, L.
Experimental and numerical evaluation of the dispersion coefficient in presence of emergent vegetation (withdrawn)

Smolar-Zvanut, N.; Mikos, M.; Krivograd Klemecic, A.; Breznik, B.
The effect of water abstraction on aquatic ecosystem in the Koritnica River

Gob, F.; Albert, M.-B.; Belliard, J.; Navratil, O.
Understanding the impact of physical alteration of streams on their biocenoses

Truscott, A.M; Soulsby, C.; Palmer, S.C.F; Newell, L.; Hulme, P.E.
Dispersal of the invasive plant Mimulus guttatus and the role of high flow events

Radecki-Pawlik, A.; Wyzga, B.; Amirowicz, A.; Zawiejska, J.
Variation in potential fish habitats and fish community in a mountain river subjected to variable human impact

Malcolm, I.A.; Soulsby, C.; Youngson, A.F.; Tetzlaff, D.
Hyporheic hotspots - inferring groundwater-surface water exchange with continuous monitoring of dissolved oxygen

Heritage, G L; Milan, D J; Large, A R G
Rapid mapping of floodplain morphology and habitat using terrestrial laser scan data

Heritage, G L ; Large, A R G; Milan, D J
Robust identification of hydraulic biotopes using terrestrial laser scan data of water surface properties

Jiang, Z.; Perona, P.; Molnar, P.; Bosco, M.; Corripio, J.; Burlando, P.
Development of a comprehensive experimental installation for monitoring the morphodynamic evolution of restored river corridors

Laudon, H
The case of hydrological and biogeochemical process-understanding for predicting stream biota across scales

Zarris, D.
Comparative analysis of two different methods for determining the environmental flow for a river basin in Central Greece

Moggridge, H; Gurnell, A
The importance of hydrochory in structuring riparian vegetation: examples from two UK rivers

Soulsby, C.; Addy, S.J.; Hartley, A.J.
Landscape Controls on Channel Morphology in the Cairngorm Mountains, Scotland: identifying habitats for riverine ecosystems

Curie, F.; Ducharne, A.; Bendjoudi, H.; Billen, G.; Viennot, P.
Ranking the factors controlling the spatio-temporal variability of nitrate retention in the Seine Basin

TERUGGI, L. B.; Sala , S.; Vaccaro, C.; Caporali, E.; Casco , M.; Rapti-Caputo , D.; Kristensen, M.; Cefarelli, A.; Segura, M. A.
Monitoring fluvial ecosystem: the Río Quequén Grande, Argentina.

Bradley, C; Gurnell, A.M.; Clay, A.; Emery, J.
Patterns of surface sub-surface water exchange in an upland catchment, and the importance of pool: riffle couplets.

Savina, M.; Molnar, P.; Perona, P.; Burlando, P.
Using aerial photography to detect riparian vegetation change in an alpine braided river affected by streamflow regulation

Lane, S.N.; Buckley, C.P.; Heathwaite, A.L.; Reaney, S.M.
What makes a fish happy?: The identification of land use hotspots using inverse modeling of fish data

Poggi, D; Krug, C; Katul, GG
Effective resistance of submerged vegetation: a first order approach

Lane, S.N.; Mould, D.C.
Habitat quality or quantity? Application of two-dimensional hydraulic and fuzzy biological modeling to the redesign of reservoir releases

Poppe, M.; Muhar, S. ; Schmutz, S.; Melcher, A. ; Trautwein, C.
How do land use structures influence the ecological status of the aquatic environment at three different spatial scales? An Austrian example.

Tal, M.; Paola, C.
Interactions between braiding and vegetation leading to the formation of single-thread channels in a laboratory experiment and the importance of competing time scales in how such systems organize

Troldborg, L; Olsen, M
Tuning hydrological models for ecological modelling

Borchardt, D.; Völker, J.
Effective hydromorphological parameters for the diversity and structure of benthic invertebrate communities in rivers

Hydrogeomorphological change (AD 1855-2005), control factors and fluvial risk on an upper alpine valley floor (Guil river, Southern French Alps)

Neto Santos, C.
The macroinvertebrates community associated at seagrass Halodule wrightii (Ascherson, 1868) in Mussulo Lagoon, Angola.

Siviglia, A.; Zolezzi, G.
Thermopeaking in Alpine streams: field observations and model predictions

Anlnager, C.; Sukhodolov , A.; Schnauder , I. ; Uijttewaal , W.S.J; Rauch, H.P.
Impact of submerged groynes on the flow field – results from a field experiment at the river Spree, Germany

Copertino, V.A.; Scavone, G.; Mirauda, D.; de Bari, C.; Giosa, L.; Ermini, R.; Oliveto, G.; Masi, V.; Pannone, M.
A multilayer informative system for river morphologies study

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