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  Oral Programme - HS17 "Catchment hydrology - scale-integrated monitoring, process heterogeneity and steps towards a unifying catchment theory".

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Convener: Soulsby, C.
Co-Convener: Uhlenbrook, S., Lorentz, S., Lischeid, G., Kirnbauer, R.

Friday, 7 April 2006

Lecture Room: Lecture Room 25 (C)


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8:30 - 8:45
EGU06-A-05328;  HS17-1FR1O-001
Weiler, M.
Monitoring runoff processes at high spatial and temporal resolution – scientific success or operational nightmare? (solicited)

8:45 - 9:00
EGU06-A-07445;  HS17-1FR1O-002
Laudon, H; Sjoblom, V; Buffam, I; Bishop, K; Seibert, J; Morth, M
Hydrological flow paths during the spring flood: Linking small-scale process understanding to landscape patterns

9:00 - 9:15
EGU06-A-07797;  HS17-1FR1O-003
Blume, T; Zehe, E; Bronstert, A
Identification of runoff processes in a small catchment in the Chilean Andes – Testing our perception with physically based models

9:15 - 9:30
EGU06-A-10705;  HS17-1FR1O-004
Kohl, B.; Markart, G.
Tracing overland flow

9:30 - 9:45
EGU06-A-10756;  HS17-1FR1O-005
Lorentz, S; Bursey, K; Helmschrot, J; Flugel, W-A
Use of simple hydrological response functions in hillslope transects containing forest and wetland patches in the Eastern Cape Province, South Africa.

9:45 - 10:00
EGU06-A-10560;  HS17-1FR1O-006
Tetzlaff, D.; Waldron, S.; Malcolm, I.A.; Dunn, S.; Bacon, P.; Soulsby, C.
Tracers and GIS as integrating tools to conceptualise hydrological functioning in ungauged basins (solicited)


Chairperson: SOULSBY, C., LISCHEID, G.

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10:30 - 10:45
EGU06-A-06816;  HS17-1FR2O-001
Vaché, K.; Breuer, L.; Huisman, J.A.; Fröhlich, H.; Frede, H.-G.
Rainfall runoff modeling and the incorporation of a geochemically-based geographic source separation in a large meso-scale catchment.

10:45 - 11:00
EGU06-A-10557;  HS17-1FR2O-002
Weiler, M.
Visualizing heterogeneity at different spatial scales – a way to conceptualize and up-scale hydrological processes (solicited)

11:00 - 11:15
EGU06-A-10442;  HS17-1FR2O-003
Sivapalan, M.
Pattern, process and function: elements of a new theory of hydrology at the catchment scale (solicited)

11:15 - 11:30
EGU06-A-02312;  HS17-1FR2O-004
Kirkby, M J
Overland flow generation and headwater catchment response (solicited)

11:30 - 11:45
EGU06-A-10677;  HS17-1FR2O-005
Blöschl, G.
Idle thoughts on a unifying theory of catchment hydrology (solicited)

11:45 - 12:00
EGU06-A-04196;  HS17-1FR2O-006
Hauhs, M.; Lischeid, G.; Lange, H.
Predicting catchment runoff: Trivial, challenging or impossible in principle?


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