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  Poster Programme - HS7.7 Riverine systems: new methods, concepts and applications linking hydrology, hydraulics, geomorphology and ecology (co-listed in BG & GM)

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Convener: Tetzlaff, D.
Co-Convener: Lane, S., Harvey, G., Molnar, P.

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: Hall A

Chairperson: TETZLAFF, D., HARVEY, G., MOLNAR, P., LANE, S.

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EGU2008-A-00166;  HS7.7-1MO5P-0234
Mitrofanova, E.
Indicative significance of phytoplankton for estimation of large river state near cities and settlements (Ob and Tom Rivers as a case study, Russia) (cancelled)

EGU2008-A-02611;  HS7.7-1MO5P-0235
Smolar-Zvanut, N.; Mikos, M.; Krivograd Klemecic, A.; Breznik, B.
The effect of water abstraction on aquatic ecosystem in the Koritnica River

EGU2008-A-04722;  HS7.7-1MO5P-0236
Heritage, G L; Milan, D J; Large, A R G
Rapid mapping of floodplain morphology and habitat using terrestrial laser scan data

EGU2008-A-03141;  HS7.7-1MO5P-0237
Truscott, A.M; Soulsby, C.; Palmer, S.C.F; Newell, L.; Hulme, P.E.
Dispersal of the invasive plant Mimulus guttatus and the role of high flow events

EGU2008-A-08292;  HS7.7-1MO5P-0238
Soulsby, C.; Addy, S.J.; Hartley, A.J.
Landscape Controls on Channel Morphology in the Cairngorm Mountains, Scotland: identifying habitats for riverine ecosystems

EGU2008-A-04043;  HS7.7-1MO5P-0239
Malcolm, I.A.; Soulsby, C.; Youngson, A.F.; Tetzlaff, D.
Hyporheic hotspots - inferring groundwater-surface water exchange with continuous monitoring of dissolved oxygen

EGU2008-A-00290;  HS7.7-1MO5P-0240
Imholt, C.; Soulsby, C.; Gibbins, C.; Malcolm, I.A.; Langan, S.
Within-catchment variation in stream invertebrate growth patterns: influence of riparian cover and stream temperatures on invertebrate growth

EGU2008-A-00719;  HS7.7-1MO5P-0241
Krause, S.; Heathwaite, L.; Binley, A.; Kaeser, D.
Nutrient transformation in the hyporheic zone - A panacea for river restauration or a ticking time bomb

EGU2008-A-08666;  HS7.7-1MO5P-0242
Curie, F.; Ducharne, A.; Bendjoudi, H.; Billen, G.; Viennot, P.
Ranking the factors controlling the spatio-temporal variability of nitrate retention in the Seine Basin

EGU2008-A-08667;  HS7.7-1MO5P-0243
TERUGGI, L. B.; Sala , S.; Vaccaro, C.; Caporali, E.; Casco , M.; Rapti-Caputo , D.; Kristensen, M.; Cefarelli, A.; Segura, M. A.
Monitoring fluvial ecosystem: the Río Quequén Grande, Argentina.

EGU2008-A-02695;  HS7.7-1MO5P-0244
Gob, F.; Albert, M.-B.; Belliard, J.; Navratil, O.
Understanding the impact of physical alteration of streams on their biocenoses

EGU2008-A-03237;  HS7.7-1MO5P-0245
Radecki-Pawlik, A.; Wyzga, B.; Amirowicz, A.; Zawiejska, J.
Variation in potential fish habitats and fish community in a mountain river subjected to variable human impact

EGU2008-A-08803;  HS7.7-1MO5P-0246
Lane, S.N.; Buckley, C.P.; Heathwaite, A.L.; Reaney, S.M.
What makes a fish happy?: The identification of land use hotspots using inverse modeling of fish data

EGU2008-A-05040;  HS7.7-1MO5P-0247
Jiang, Z.; Perona, P.; Molnar, P.; Bosco, M.; Corripio, J.; Burlando, P.
Development of a comprehensive experimental installation for monitoring the morphodynamic evolution of restored river corridors

EGU2008-A-05983;  HS7.7-1MO5P-0248
Zarris, D.
Comparative analysis of two different methods for determining the environmental flow for a river basin in Central Greece

EGU2008-A-08900;  HS7.7-1MO5P-0249
Poggi, D; Krug, C; Katul, GG
Effective resistance of submerged vegetation: a first order approach

EGU2008-A-09977;  HS7.7-1MO5P-0250
Hydrogeomorphological change (AD 1855-2005), control factors and fluvial risk on an upper alpine valley floor (Guil river, Southern French Alps)

EGU2008-A-11145;  HS7.7-1MO5P-0251
Anlnager, C.; Sukhodolov , A.; Schnauder , I. ; Uijttewaal , W.S.J; Rauch, H.P.
Impact of submerged groynes on the flow field – results from a field experiment at the river Spree, Germany

EGU2008-A-10553;  HS7.7-1MO5P-0252
Neto Santos, C.
The macroinvertebrates community associated at seagrass Halodule wrightii (Ascherson, 1868) in Mussulo Lagoon, Angola.

EGU2008-A-12173;  HS7.7-1MO5P-0253
Copertino, V.A.; Scavone, G.; Mirauda, D.; de Bari, C.; Giosa, L.; Ermini, R.; Oliveto, G.; Masi, V.; Pannone, M.
A multilayer informative system for river morphologies study

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