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  Poster Programme - HS20 Technological potential for assessing soil erosion and sediment transport in ungauged river basins

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Convener: Bathurst, J.
Co-Convener: Rickenmann, D., van Oevelen, P.

Author in Attendance:

Monday, 16 April 2007 15:30 - 17:00
Display Time: Monday, 16 April 2007 08:00 -
Monday, 16 April 2007 19:30
Poster Area: Hall A

Chairperson: N.N.

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EGU2007-A-04534;  HS20-1MO4P-0193
de Vente, J; Poesen, J.; Arabkhedri, M.; Verstraeten, G.
The Sediment Delivery Problem Revisited.

EGU2007-A-07418;  HS20-1MO4P-0194
Pavanelli, D.; Bigi, A.; Rigotti, M.
Predicting suspended sediment yield in an ungauged basin transferring information from a nearby monitored catchment via a linear approach (cancelled)

EGU2007-A-00849;  HS20-1MO4P-0195
Bigi, A.; Montanari, A.
A spatially distributed model for hillslope contribution to suspended sediment transport in alluvial channels

EGU2007-A-01678;  HS20-1MO4P-0196
Wang, G.J.
Modeling river sediment concentrations during hydrologic events in the poorly gauged basin

EGU2007-A-05989;  HS20-1MO4P-0197
Sharma, U.C.
Modeling assessment of catchment sediments from ungauged river basins through fluvial system

EGU2007-A-04856;  HS20-1MO4P-0198
Summer, W.; Weidl, A.
Technical aspects on sediment monitoring crossing international borders

EGU2007-A-08250;  HS20-1MO4P-0199
Gallart, F.; Catari, G.; Soler, M.; Latron, J.
Analysing suspended sediment load measurement errors in a small mountain Mediterranean catchment in relationship with the length of the records.

EGU2007-A-08654;  HS20-1MO4P-0200
Mathys, N.; Esteves, M.; Gresillon, J.M.
The seasonal cycle of deposition and scouring in the channel network as a key process for erosion response in badlands catchments, (Draix, Alpes-de-Haute-Provence, France)

EGU2007-A-10136;  HS20-1MO4P-0201
Mao, L.; Cavalli, M.; Comiti, F. ; Marchi, L.; Lenzi, M. A.; Arattano, M.
Long-term monitoring and long profile analysis in two small Alpine catchments with different sediment transport processes.

EGU2007-A-02604;  HS20-1MO4P-0202
Chiari, M.; Rickenmann, D.
Application of a sediment transport model for steep slopes and comparison with LiDAR data in an ungauged catchment

EGU2007-A-08715;  HS20-1MO4P-0203
Liébault, F.; Frey, P.; Recking, A.
Predicting bedload transport of mountain streams: the case of the Esconavette Torrent (Southern French Prealps)

EGU2007-A-04986;  HS20-1MO4P-0204
Esmann, R.T.; Bathurst, J.; Summer, W.
Bed load sampling techniques for gravel-bed channels

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