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  Poster Programme - HS21 Hillslope and catchment connectivity: dynamics, scale, evaluation and prediction (co-listed in BG)

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Convener: Bracken, L.
Co-Convener: Kirkby, M., Auzet, A.

Author in Attendance:

Monday, 25 April 2005 17:30 - 19:00
Display Time: Monday, 25 April 2005 08:00 -
Monday, 25 April 2005 19:00
Poster Area: Hall Z

Chairperson: N.N.

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EGU05-A-00941;  HS21-1MO5P-0101
Sorensen, R; Lyon, S; Stendahl, J; Seibert, J
Effects of DEM resolution on the performance of topographic indices

EGU05-A-00784;  HS21-1MO5P-0102
Holden, J.
The role of natural soil pipes in providing vertical and lateral connectivity of water, sediment and solute within peatland catchments

EGU05-A-00787;  HS21-1MO5P-0103
Holden, J.; Gascoign, M.; Bosanko, N.R.
Impact of surface land drains and their blocking strategies on sediment release from upland peatlands

EGU05-A-02262;  HS21-1MO5P-0104
Bracken, L.J.; Warburton, J.
Fine sediment transfer in upland river systems and implications for connectivity: River Esk, North York Moors, UK.

EGU05-A-03282;  HS21-1MO5P-0105
Poyck, S.; Troch, P.A.; de Rooij, G.H.; Hilberts, A.G.J
A simple Hillslope Hydrology Model based on 1D Kinematic Wave Unsaturated Flow and the Hillslope-Storage Boussinesq Equation

EGU05-A-04635;  HS21-1MO5P-0106
Lischeid, G.
Does the double paradox require hydraulic connectivity between hillslope and channel?

EGU05-A-04710;  HS21-1MO5P-0107
Seeger, M.; Lana-Renault, N.; Nadal, E. ; Serrano, P.; Beguería, S.; Regüés, D.; Martí-Bono, C.; García-Ruiz, J. M.
Suspended sediment/discharge hysteretic loops and solutes as indicators for erosion processes in a headwater catchment in the Central Spanish Pyrenees

EGU05-A-04909;  HS21-1MO5P-0108
Katterfeld, C.; Schneider, P.; Weisshaidinger, R.
The impact of river morphology on phosphorous fluxes

EGU05-A-05806;  HS21-1MO5P-0109
Martin, Y.; Valeo, C. ; Tait, M. ; Gallaway, J.
Sub-centimeter digital terrain models for understanding surface flow processes

EGU05-A-08661;  HS21-1MO5P-0110
Michaelides, K.; Wilson, M.D.
Modelling the effects of spatial patterns of infiltration, rainfall and topography on catchment hydrologic connectivity

EGU05-A-08736;  HS21-1MO5P-0111
Martínez-Carreras, N.; Soler, M.; Hernández, E.; Gallart, F.
Simulating badland erosion with KINEROS2 in a Mediterranean mountain catchment (Vallcebre, Eastern Pyrenees).

EGU05-A-08832;  HS21-1MO5P-0112
Latron, J.; Rubio, C.; Llorens, P.
Local scale soil moisture dynamics and its relation to catchment scale hydrological response

EGU05-A-09926;  HS21-1MO5P-0113
Di Domenico, A.; Laguardia, G.
Can we deal with soil moisture spatial distribution as a critical point phenomenon?

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