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  Poster Programme - IS31 - NH2.5/AS4.02/HS3.5 Flash floods: observations and analysis of atmospheric and hydrological controls (co-organized by NH, AS & HS)

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Convener: Borga, M.
Co-Convener: Price, C., Szolgay, J., Mugnai, A.

Author in Attendance:

Monday, 14 April 2008 17:30 - 19:00
Display Time: Monday, 14 April 2008 08:00 -
Monday, 14 April 2008 19:30
Poster Area: Halls X/Y

Chairperson: NORBIATO, D.

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EGU2008-A-09498;  IS31 - NH2.5/AS4.02/HS3.5-1MO5P-0422
Tsanis, I.K.; Koutroulis, A.; Daliakopoulos, I.; Michaelides, S.
Storm analysis and precipitation distribution of the flash flood in Almyrida basin, Crete

EGU2008-A-01855;  IS31 - NH2.5/AS4.02/HS3.5-1MO5P-0423
McIntyre, N.; Al Qurashi, A.; Wheater, H.
Comparison of rainfall-runoff modelling approaches for flash flood modelling in Oman

EGU2008-A-02020;  IS31 - NH2.5/AS4.02/HS3.5-1MO5P-0424
Cao, Z.X.; Zhou, M.; Yue, Z.Y.
Threshold rainfall for flash flooding from full hydrodynamic modeling

EGU2008-A-02863;  IS31 - NH2.5/AS4.02/HS3.5-1MO5P-0425
Rozalis, S.; Morin, E.; Price, C.; Yair, Y.
Flash flood modeling using radar rainfall data in Mediterranean catchments in Israel

EGU2008-A-02956;  IS31 - NH2.5/AS4.02/HS3.5-1MO5P-0426
M. H. Hsu, MHH; C. J. Huang, CJH; A. S. Chen, ASC; Y. H. Su, YHS
Development of Inundation Model for Real-time Scenario Simulations

EGU2008-A-04212;  IS31 - NH2.5/AS4.02/HS3.5-1MO5P-0427
Norbiato, D; BlŲschl, G; Merz, R; Carton, A
Controls on event runoff coefficients in the eastern Italian Alps

EGU2008-A-04707;  IS31 - NH2.5/AS4.02/HS3.5-1MO5P-0428
KohnovŠ, S.; Parajka, J.; Szolgay, J.; HlavcovŠ, K.; Fasko, P.
Comparison of mapping approaches for estimation of design maximum daily precipitation totals for flood risk assessment in ungauged basins

EGU2008-A-05132;  IS31 - NH2.5/AS4.02/HS3.5-1MO5P-0429
Tarolli, P.; Zanon, F.; Macconi, P.
Hydrometeorological analysis of a major debris flow in the Central Italian Alps

EGU2008-A-05415;  IS31 - NH2.5/AS4.02/HS3.5-1MO5P-0430
Cheval, S.; Breza, T.; Dumitrescu, A.; Baciu, M.
Characteristics of the rainfall Intensity-Duration-Frequency in Romania

EGU2008-A-05979;  IS31 - NH2.5/AS4.02/HS3.5-1MO5P-0431
Oprea, I.C.; Tascu, S.; Antonescu, A.
The Tecuci, Eastern Romania, flash flood of 5 September 2007

EGU2008-A-06459;  IS31 - NH2.5/AS4.02/HS3.5-1MO5P-0432
Versini, PAV; Gaume, EG; Andrieu, EA
A simple method based on GIS to estimate the hydrological risk along a road network

EGU2008-A-06119;  IS31 - NH2.5/AS4.02/HS3.5-1MO5P-0433
Atencia, A.; Llasat, M.C.; Mediero, L.; Garrote, L.; Ceperuelo, M.; Barnolas, M.
A preliminary approach for coupling radar rainfall data into a distributed hydrological model

EGU2008-A-07882;  IS31 - NH2.5/AS4.02/HS3.5-1MO5P-0434
Brigandž, G.; Aronica, G.T.
Operational flash flood forecasting chain in Mediterranean catchment using hydrological and pluviometric precursors

EGU2008-A-09030;  IS31 - NH2.5/AS4.02/HS3.5-1MO5P-0435
Moulin, L.; Gaume, E.; Obled, Ch.
Intercomparison of the performances of lumped rainfall runoff models for flash flood forecasting.

EGU2008-A-09109;  IS31 - NH2.5/AS4.02/HS3.5-1MO5P-0436
Dessy, D.; Ficca, F.
Very high resolution non hydrostatic LAMs on a operational Linux Cluster.

EGU2008-A-10098;  IS31 - NH2.5/AS4.02/HS3.5-1MO5P-0437
Norbiato, D.; Borga, M.
Temporal and spatial resolution of rainfall estimates required for flash flood monitoring and modelling

EGU2008-A-10482;  IS31 - NH2.5/AS4.02/HS3.5-1MO5P-0438
Nikolopoulos, E.I.; Anagnostou, E.N.; Borga, M.; Vivoni, E.R.
Hydrologic analysis of flash floods in a mountainous basin.

EGU2008-A-11123;  IS31 - NH2.5/AS4.02/HS3.5-1MO5P-0439
Heidbuechl, I.; Kuells, C.
Controls of shallow aquifer characteristics on flash flood shape and incidence

EGU2008-A-11166;  IS31 - NH2.5/AS4.02/HS3.5-1MO5P-0440
Bell, A.; Martin Leon, F.; Schultz, D.
Tropical-like characteristics of flash-floods in South-Eastern Europe

EGU2008-A-11817;  IS31 - NH2.5/AS4.02/HS3.5-1MO5P-0441
Sirota, A.M.; Lebedev, S.A.
Storm surges in the Gulf of Finland and the Neva River observed on satellite altimetry data

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