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  Oral Programme - HS1 Incorporating hydrological processes knowledge into catchment modeling at multiple spatial scales

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Convener: Cloke, H.
Co-Convener: Freer, J., Ludwig, R.

Wednesday, 5 April 2006

Lecture Room: Lecture Room 25 (C)

Chairperson: CLOKE, H.

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13:30 - 14:00
EGU06-A-02109;  HS1-1WE3O-001
Uhlenbrook, S.; Wenninger, J.; Konz, M.; Mul, M.; Savenije, H.
How much process understanding can be gained with limited experimental investigations, and how can we translate that into catchments models? (solicited)

14:00 - 14:15
EGU06-A-04529;  HS1-1WE3O-002
Tetzlaff, D.; Soulsby, C.; Waldron, S.; Brewer, M.; Dunn, S.
Using continuous tracer data to infer runoff processes in nested experimental catchments – an underutilised resource in hydrological modelling?

14:15 - 14:30
EGU06-A-07089;  HS1-1WE3O-003
Retter, M.; Cloke, H.; Kienzler, P.; Renaud, J.-P.; Germann, P.
Measuring and modelling vectors of subsurface flow in a hillslope

14:30 - 14:45
EGU06-A-04573;  HS1-1WE3O-004
Hilberts, A.; Troch, P.; Paniconi, C. ; Boll, J.
On the Relationship between Rainfall, Recharge, Unsaturated Storage, and Hillslope Subsurface Flow Processes

14:45 - 15:00
EGU06-A-09958;  HS1-1WE3O-005
Son, K.; Sivapalan, M.; Struthers, I.
Investigation of response time and water age


Chairperson: FREER, J.

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15:30 - 16:00
EGU06-A-02183;  HS1-1WE4O-001
Montanari, A.; Toth, E.
Calibration of hydrological models in the spectral domain: a chance for ungauged basins? (solicited)

16:00 - 16:15
EGU06-A-02343;  HS1-1WE4O-002
Götzinger, J.; Bárdossy, A.
Comparison of two approaches to the regionalization of model parameters

16:15 - 16:30
EGU06-A-02121;  HS1-1WE4O-003
Parajka, J.; Blöschl, G.; Merz, R.
Regional calibration at multiple scales

16:30 - 16:45
EGU06-A-07330;  HS1-1WE4O-004
Pakosch, S.; Disse, M.
Systematic comparison of the topmodel- and richards- approach for modelling the vadose zone

16:45 - 17:00
EGU06-A-10598;  HS1-1WE4O-005
Martina, M.L.V; Todini, E.
Can physically meaningful properties and parameters be directly retained in lumped hydrological models?


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