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  List of Accepted Contributions - HS27 Open session on catchment modelling and process analysis

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Bolton, W.R.; Boike, J.
Incorporation of a two-direction freeze-thaw algorithm into a spatially-distributed hydrologic model

Grabs, T.; Seibert, J.; Laudon, H.
Modelling spatial patterns of saturated areas: a comparison of the topographic wetness index and a distributed model

Longuevergne, L.; Florsch, N.; Elsass, P.
Extracting hydrological processes with Karhunen-Loève Transform: case study of an alluvial aquifer (Upper Rhine valley)

De Doncker, L.; Troch, P.; Verhoeven, R.; Buis, K.; Meire, P.
Flood routing in the river Aa using 'Femme'

Mishra, V.; Raghuwanshi, N.S.; Schmitz, G.H.; Kumar, R.
WaSiM-ETH- Model Performance and Parameter Sensitivity at Increased Spatial Scale

Schmid, B. H.
Can we predict solute concentrations in rivers and streams? (withdrawn)

Gironás, J.; Roesner, L. A.; Andrieu, H.
Morphologic Approach in Studying Developing Urban Watersheds

Viville, D.
Hydrological behaviour of the granitic Strengbach catchment (Vosges massif, Eastern France)

Beylich, A.A.
The quantitative role of chemical weathering, solute fluxes and chemical denudation in four different catchments in Iceland, Swedish Lapland and Finnish Lapland

Sraj, M.; Brilly, M.
Water balance model for Slovenian balance regions

Koskova, R.; Hesse, C.; Nemeckova, S.; Krysanova, V.
Implementation of the SWIM model at the meso-scale basin: the Malse case study

Bethers, U.; Gaidelene, J.; Sennikovs, J.; Timuhins, A.
The physically-based scalable catchment and river runoff model application to the Latvian rivers

Leitinger, G.; Wohlfahrt, G.; Tappeiner, U.
Simulating the Effects of Land-Use Changes on Landscape-Scale Water Cycles in Alpine Landscapes

Zimmermann, A.; Pakosch, S.; Disse, M.
Comparison of WaSiM-ETH 6.4 and 7.5 with regard to the influences of different landuse and tillage practice on runoff formation and runoff concentration

Wrede, S.; Seibert, J.; Uhlenbrook, S.; Savenije, H.H.G
Distributed conceptual modelling considering sub-grid variability of land use in a mesoscale lowland catchment in Sweden

Chirico, G.B.; De Vita, P.; Masciale, R.; Portoghese, I.; Romano, N.; Sica, B.; Vurro, M.
Investigating dominant processes controlling the hillslope response in a Mediterranean Basin

Lange, J.; Hänsler, A.
Stream temperature as a tracer to document runoff generation at different moisture states

Fenicia, F.; Savenije, H.H.G; Pfister, L.
Towards improved conceptualization in hydrological modelling: a case study on interception.

Pincovschi, I.; Gogoase Nistoran, D.E. ; Armas , I.; Rotaru, E.
Use of HEC-HMS rainfall-runoff model in the Subcarpathian Prahova Valley-Romania

Nemeckova, S.
Soil data parametrisation for rainfall-runoff modelling (model SWIM) in the Labe river basin

Bardossy, A; Ayros, E; Schaefer, P
Rainfall-runoff modeliing in Northern-Afghanistan

Weill, S; Mouche, E
Darcy multi-domain approach for integrated surface/subsurface hydrologic models

Nicolas, M.; Vandervaere, J. P.; Voisin, G.; Lapetite, J. M.; Esteves, M.; Miscioscia, J. M.
Experimental study of surface runoff under simulated rainfall: effects of rain intensity variations.

Khatibi, R; Butcher, P; Clarke, A
Uptake of the conveyance estimation system (CES)

Nicòtina, L.; Rinaldo, A.; Marani, M.
Rainfall spatial variability and geomorphic hydrologic response

Jackson, B; Francis, O; Frogbrook, Z; Marshall, M; Reynolds, B; Mcintyre, N; Solloway, I; Wheater, H
The impact of upland land management on flooding at multiple spatial scales

Perrin, J.L.; Grillot, C.; Tournoud, M.G.
Hydrological processes in an intermittent river catchment: perception through observations and validation through modelling.

Sulis, M.; Kollet, S. J.; Maxwell, R. M.; Paniconi, C.; Putti, M.
Coupled surface–groundwater flow modeling: comparison of two physics-based numerical models

Blume, T.; Zehe, E.; Iroume, A.; Bronstert, A.
A pristine, poorly gauged Catchment in the Chilean Andes: an integrated Approach to investigate its Runoff Generation Processes

Sulis, M.; Moretti, G.; Orlandini, S.; Paniconi, C.
Analysis of the interactions between rivulets and the surrounding soil domain in an integrated groundwater–surface water model

Yu, D; Lane, SN
Coupled modelling of flood inundation over a topographically complex urban floodplain

Charlier, J. B.; Moussa, R.; Cattan, P.; Voltz, M.
Hydrological modelling from the plot to the catchment scales in a tropical cultivated area

Wollschläger, U.; Gerhards, H.; Roth, K.
Combining GPR, TDR, and hydraulic inversion for obtaining a large scale effective hydraulic parameterization

Adamowski, J.
Development of a short-term river flood forecasting method based on wavelet analysis

Smith, P.; Beven, K.; Dean, S.; Freer, J.; Gallart, F.; Latron, J.
Using tracer injected into a river for the estimation of the spatial distribution of inflow to a river reach.

Liuzzo, L.; Noto, L.V.; La Loggia, G.
Modelling runoff with a conceptual model based on integration of topographic index in a probability distributed model

Bourqui, M; Mathevet, T; Loumagne, C
What can we expect by accounting for the spatial variability of rainfall in lumped rainfall-runoff models?

Schmitz, O.; Karssenberg, D.; van Deursen, W.; Bogaard, T.
Integrated, exploratory catchment modelling: coupling PCRaster and MODFLOW

Seibert, J.; McDonnell, J.J.
Gauging the ungauged basin: What is the value of limited streamflow measurements?

Delahaye, D.; Douvinet, J.; Gaillard, D.; Langlois, P.
Modeling the dynamic effects of catchment morphology on surface flow paths in small catchments of the Paris Basin, France.

Carriero, D.; Manfreda, S.; Fiorentino, M.
Distributed snowmelt simulation in the experimental basin of “Fiumarella of Corleto” (Southern Italy)

Williams, A; Dowd, J; Heppell, C
Stormflow generation: a detailed investigation of hillslope pathways in a headwater catchment in Southwest England.

Ajayi, A.E.; Abiodun, B.J.; van de Giesen, N.; Oguntunde, P.G.
A rainfall –runoff partitioning model for tropical catchments with vegetation elements

Kienzler, P.; Naef, F.
Estimates of subsurface storm flow intensity

Sauer, T.; Seeger, M.; Casper, M.
Constraints on parameterization of soil hydraulic properties for modelling

Mainerici, A.M.
Impact of Cerna – Motru – Tismana hydroenergetic complex upon the environment

Refsgaard, J.C.
Scales, uncertainty and strategy in catchment modelling

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