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  Oral Programme - HS33 Monitoring network design and new instrumentation in hydrology

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Convener: Borga, M.
Co-Convener: Grathwohl, P.

Monday, 16 April 2007

Lecture Room: Lecture Room 28 (B)

Chairperson: BALABANIS P.

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13:30 - 13:45
EGU2007-A-10562;  HS33-1MO3O-001
Voltz, M.; Albergel, J.; THE OMERE TEAM
OMERE a long term hydrological research observatory about anthropogenic and climate change impacts on water and matter flow in Mediterranean rural catchments

13:45 - 14:00
EGU2007-A-09231;  HS33-1MO3O-002
Hooper, R.; WATERS Network Design Team
WATERS Network: An Environmental Observatory Initiative of the U.S. National Science Foundation Engineering and Geosciences Directorates

14:00 - 14:15
EGU2007-A-09001;  HS33-1MO3O-003
Yaoming, M; Tangdong, Y; Zhong, L
The observational study of atmosphere-land interaction over heterogeneous landscape of the Tibetan Plateau area. An introduction of Tibetan Plateau Monitoring and Research Platform (MORP)

14:15 - 14:30
EGU2007-A-09793;  HS33-1MO3O-004
Norbiato, D; Borga, M
HYDRATE: Development of an observation strategy to mitigate flash flood forecasting uncertainty

14:30 - 14:45
EGU2007-A-06836;  HS33-1MO3O-005
Alfonso, L.; Lobbrecht, A.
Maximising information content from monitoring networks for optimal performance of water systems

14:45 - 15:00
EGU2007-A-05229;  HS33-1MO3O-006
van Oevelen, P.; Viterbo, P.; Hahne, A. ; Berger, M.; Jackson, T.
SMOS Contribution to a Global In-Situ Soil Moisture Network


Chairperson: HOOPER R.

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15:30 - 15:45
EGU2007-A-09510;  HS33-1MO4O-001
Smith, P.; Hughes, D.; Beven, K.; Coulson, G.; Blair, G.
On the use of Adaptive Grid-Enabled Wireless Sensor Networks in data collection.

15:45 - 16:00
EGU2007-A-01916;  HS33-1MO4O-002
Bogena, H.; Huisman, J.A. ; Oberdörster, C.; Vereecken, H.
Evaluation of a low-cost water content sensor for wireless network applications

16:00 - 16:15
EGU2007-A-02145;  HS33-1MO4O-003
Brouyère, S.; Batlle Aguilar, J.; Goderniaux, P.; Dassargues, A.
The Finite Volume Point Dilution Method: A tracer technique for monitoring transient Darcy fluxes

16:15 - 16:30
EGU2007-A-07707;  HS33-1MO4O-004
Graeff, T.; Bauer, A.; Morgner, M.; Reusser, D.; Bronstert, A.; Zehe, E.
Soil moisture pattern analysis in a headwater-catchment with Spatial-TDR technology

16:30 - 16:45
EGU2007-A-10281;  HS33-1MO4O-005
Velasco-Forero, C.; Sánchez-Diezma, R.; Andreatta, A.; Velasco, E.; Sempere-Torres, D.
Improvements in the Catalan rain gauge network using a multi-criteria decision analysis

16:45 - 17:00
EGU2007-A-07915;  HS33-1MO4O-006
Baborowski, M.; von Tümpling, W.
Transport of suspended particulate matter during flood events: The importance of the monitoring strategy


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