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  List of Accepted Contributions - HS10.3 Catchment structure and connectivity - observations, analysis and modelling (co-listed in BG, GM & SSS)

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Nezlobin, D.; Sinai, G.; Rubin, H.; Lavee, H.; Pariente, S.; Sachs, E.
Critical dependence of surface runoff on generating and intercepting covers relative areas

Sheridan, G; Lane, P
Effect of spatial correllation and variance of saturated conductivity on overland flow connection between hillslope and stream (withdrawn)

Antoine, M.; Bielders, C.; Javaux, M.
Comparative study of connectivity indicators in surface hydrology

Liu, M.; Bardossy, A.
Topographic Effects on Spatial Distribution of Soil Moisture

Meerkerk, A.; van Wesemael, B.; Bellin, N.
Overland flow in semi-arid catchments: the impact of terrace failure on hydrological connectivity

Berger, C.; Schulze, M.; Rieke-Zapp, D.; Schlunegger, F.
Rill network development and soil erosion: a laboratory study of rainfall intensity and slope angle

Santiago, A.; Benito, R.M.
An extended formalism for growing heterogeneous complex networks with preferential attachment

Cerdan , O.; Govers , G.; van Oost , K.; Le Bissonnais , Y.
Spatial heterogeneity and overland flow: do we always gain from distributed modelling?

Weiler, M.; McDonnell, J.J.
Emergence of Preferential Flow Networks at the Hillslope Scale

Hellebrand, H.; Seeger, M.; Müller, C.; Hoffmann, L.; Pfister, L.
Regionalization of dominant runoff generation processes by means of a statistical and a simple GIS-based approach

Seeger, M.; Müller, C.; Hellebrand, H.
Certainties and uncertainties when mapping dominant runoff processes

Anderson, A; Weiler, M
Tracer based investigation of a hillslope subsurface flow network

Grundmann, J.; Schmitz, G.H.
Impact of catchment size and rainfall intensity on uncertainty in distributed rainfall-runoff modelling (withdrawn)

Loos, M.; Elsenbeer, H.
Spatial and temporal patterns of overland flow generation during a dry-to-wet season transition

Gascuel-odoux, C.; Weiler, M.; Molenat, J.
Effect of different spatial distributions of the physical properties on water table depth and stream discharge

Lin, L.
Hydrological processes of different land use systems and water budget in a small catchment of the low hilly region

Mizugaki, S.; Onda, Y.; Gomi, T.; Nanko, K.; Asai, H.; Nagamine, M.; Hiramatsu, S.
Sediment transport by surface erosion in a mountain catchment draining Japanese cypress forest – understanding connectivity of sediment from hillslope to channel -

Kiesel, J.; Hörmann, G.; Fohrer, N.
Sinks in the DEM - useful for hydrologic modeling?

Grabs, T.; Seibert, J.; Jencso, K.; McGlynn, B.
Distributed assessment of contributing area and riparian buffering along stream networks: a new approach to separate contributions from different sides

Skøien, J.O.; Gottschalk, L.; Leblois, E.
Interpolation with irregular support – a simplification

Baggaley, N.; Mayr, T.; Bellamy, P.
Combining soils and terrain data for modelling soil moisture

Shortcomings of Horton-Strahler ratios and definition of new equivalent ratios for the derivation of the Geomorphological Instantenous Unit Hydrograph

Herbst, M. ; Diekkrüger, B.; Vanderborght, J.
The effect of the spatial variation of soil hydraulic properties on runoff generation at the small catchment scale

Gerke, H.H.; Maurer, T.; Klauke, A.; Dominik, R.; Dimitrov, M.; Biemelt, D.; Badorreck, A.
Modelling the initial 3D sediment structure of an artificially constructed hydrological catchment

Laranjeira, M. M.; Pereira, A. R.
Effect of fragment area and isolation on plant species distribution patterns in trampled foredunes (northwest coast of Portugal)

Di Domenico, A.; Laguardia, G.; Fiorentino, M.
On the relation between critical point and catchment organization

Lane, S.N.; Odoni, N.
Dynamic channel networks and non-linear runoff response

Tetzlaff, D.; Seibert, J.; McGuire, K.J.; Laudon, H.; Dunn, S.M.; Burns, D.; McGlynn, B.; Soulsby, C.
Comparing the influence of catchment architecture on catchment residence times in different geomorphic provinces

Benito, R. M.; Santiago, A.
Preferential attachment in heterogeneous complex networks

Tarboton, D. G.; Baker, M. E.; Schreuders, K A T
Terrain analysis and the modeling of catchment architecture

Grabs, T.; Bishop, K.; Blomberg, M.; Laudon, H.; Seibert, J.
Linking topographic indices to riparian peat soils and streamwater chemistry in the Krycklan boreal catchment, Northern Sweden

Kienzler, P.; Naef, F.
Experimental study of subsurface stormflow formation

Bogaart, P.; McDonnell, J..
Mechanistic modelling of macropore evolution

Helliwell, R.; Baggaley, N.; Lilly, A.
Hydrological and hydrochemical responses of the Allt a’ Mharcaidh: inferences from experimental plots

Birkel, C.; Salas Gonzalez, D.
A runoff generation process tool developed for a tropical headwater catchment with scarce data

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