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  Poster Programme - GM19 Quantifying and modelling human and climate controlled sediment dynamics (co-listed in CL)

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Convener: Verstraeten, G.
Co-Convener: Lang, A., Houben, P.

Author in Attendance:

Thursday, 19 April 2007 17:30 - 19:00
Display Time: Thursday, 19 April 2007 08:00 -
Thursday, 19 April 2007 19:30
Poster Area: Halls X/Y

Chairperson: VERSTRAETEN, G.

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EGU2007-A-09036;  GM19-1TH5P-0483
Förster, H.; Houben, P.; Wunderlich, J.
Sediment Budget Modeling in Mountain Areas: Usability of available Soil Data

EGU2007-A-02784;  GM19-1TH5P-0484
Beylich, A.A.
Sediment transfers, sediment budgets and relief development in three catchments in different cold environments in sub-Arctic East Iceland and Arctic Swedish Lapland

EGU2007-A-04855;  GM19-1TH5P-0485
Condom , Th.; Schmidt, S.; Lignier, V.
Changes in sediment deposition in the catchment of a man-made reservoir in the Pyrenean region (France) over the last 80 years. Comparison between local sedimentation rates and simple distributed erosion model

EGU2007-A-05703;  GM19-1TH5P-0486
Döhler, D; Wunderlich, W; Houben, H
Sediment budget in a German upland area for the Holocene (Odenwald mountains)

EGU2007-A-01099;  GM19-1TH5P-0487
Rommens, T.; Verstraeten, G.; Peeters, I.; Poesen, J.; Govers, G.; Van Rompaey, A.; Lang, A.
Holocene Sediment Dynamics in a Small River Catchment in Central Belgium

EGU2007-A-04334;  GM19-1TH5P-0488
Peeters, I.; Temme, A.; Buis, E.; Govers, G.; Veldkamp, A.
Comparison of Two Landscape Evolution Models in the Belgian Loess Belt

EGU2007-A-05879;  GM19-1TH5P-0489
Van De Wiel, M.J.
Simulating the impact of long-term environmental change on catchment sediment dynamics and floodplain evolution (cancelled)

EGU2007-A-02797;  GM19-1TH5P-0490
Haregeweyn, N.; Poesen, J.; Nyssen, J.; Govers, G.; Verstraeten, G.; Haile, M.; Deckers, J.; de Vente, J.
Evaluation of sediment yield models beyond the region of origin using documented Ethiopian catchments

EGU2007-A-01365;  GM19-1TH5P-0491
Lu, Xi Xi
Rapid reduction of suspended sediment flux from large Chinese rivers to the sea

EGU2007-A-02190;  GM19-1TH5P-0492
Hardy, R.J.; Lane, S.N.; Parsons, D.R.; Best, J.L. ; Orfeo, O.; Kostaschuk, R.
Can Computational Fluid Dynamics be used to study large rivers?

EGU2007-A-07447;  GM19-1TH5P-0493
Lane, S.N.; Parsons, D.; Best, J.L.; Orfeo, O.; Kostachuk, R.; Hardy, R.J.
Why can big rivers take so long to mix downstream of tributary junctions

EGU2007-A-07453;  GM19-1TH5P-0494
Lane, S.N.
A theoretical analysis of controls on mixing at the junctions of large rivers

EGU2007-A-03607;  GM19-1TH5P-0495
Krasnoshchekov, S.Y.; Carling, P.A.
Up-scaling river planform discriminators to include large river systems

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