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  Poster Programme - NP3.01 Scale, scaling and nonlinear variability in aquatic sciences (co-listed in OS)

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Convener: Schmitt, F.
Co-Convener: Nikora, V., Károlyi, G.
Co-Sponsorship: TH1

Author in Attendance:

Monday, 14 April 2008 13:30 - 15:00
Display Time: Monday, 14 April 2008 08:00 -
Monday, 14 April 2008 19:30
Poster Area: Hall A

Chairperson: N.N.

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EGU2008-A-03532;  NP3.01-1MO3P-0370
Toorman, EA; Widera, P; Heredia, M; Lacor, Ch
Upscaling of bottom-generated turbulence in large-scale 3D models for sediment transport in estuaries and coastal zones

EGU2008-A-00863;  NP3.01-1MO3P-0371
Sokolov, A; Khomenko, G; Chami, M
Parametrization of VSF of coastal waters based on the measurements of the Black sea.

EGU2008-A-04434;  NP3.01-1MO3P-0372
Dmitriev, E.V.; Khomenko, G.; Churilova, T.Y.; Chami, M.
Parameterization of particulate and dissolved absorption coefficients for the Black sea coastal waters

EGU2008-A-09481;  NP3.01-1MO3P-0373
Moison, M.; Schmitt, F.; Souissi, S.
Investigating seasonal changes of the calanoid copepod Temora longicornis swimming behavior using statistical analyses

EGU2008-A-09389;  NP3.01-1MO3P-0374
Rauch, M.; Denis, L.; Schmitt, F.
In situ measurement of oxygen dynamic in an intertidal sandflat

EGU2008-A-12344;  NP3.01-1MO3P-0375
Mahjoub , M. S.; Devreker , D. ; Souissi , S. ; Schmitt , F.G. ; Hwang , J.S.
Vulnerability of the copepod Eurytemora affinis to a co-occurring predator from the Seine estuary: influence of light, sex, and physiological state

EGU2008-A-12342;  NP3.01-1MO3P-0376
Devreker, D.; Souissi, S.; Molinero, J.C.; Nkubito, F.
Trade-offs of the copepod Eurytemora affinis in mega-tidal estuaries. Insights from high frequency sampling in the Seine Estuary

EGU2008-A-03309;  NP3.01-1MO3P-0377
Huang, Y; Schmitt, FG; Lu, Z; Liu, Y
Intermittency Study of river flow fluctuations by Using Empirical Mode Decomposition and

EGU2008-A-03099;  NP3.01-1MO3P-0378
Schmitt, FG; Durrieu, G.; Sow, M.; Tran, D.; Ciret, P.; Massabuau, JC.
Shot noise modelling of high frequency valvometry data in oysters

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