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Report of IAHS2013

During the IAHS-IAPSO-IASPEI - Scientific Assembly held in  Gothenburg on 22-26 July 2013 the International Commission on Statistical Hydrology organized and co-organized four workshops/simposium:

HPS1: Advanced Statistical Methods for Hydrology, Oceanography and Seismology
Convener: Salvatore Grimaldi (Italy)
Co-Conveners: Thomas Bodin (USA), Amir Khan (Switzerland), Jan Dettmer (Canada), Eugene Kulikov (Russia), Simon-Michael Papalexiou (Greece)


Hw10: Adaptive water resources management - system design and operation
Convener: Barry Croke (Australia)
Co-Conveners: Uwe Haberlandt (Germany), Alla Kolechkina (Netherlands), Ronald van Nooijen (Netherlands)

Hw14: Regional modelling in hydrology using statistical tools
Convener: András Bárdossy (Germany)
Co-Conveners: Emna Gargouri (Tunisia), Salvatore Grimaldi (Italy), Luis Samaniego (Germany)


Hw15: Testing simulation and forecasting models in non-stationary conditions
Convener: Vazken Andreassian (France)
Co-Conveners: Sandra Ardoin-Bardin (France), Valérie Estupina-Borrell (France), Francesco Laio (Italy), Julien Lerat (Australia), Charles Perrin (France), Olga Semenova (Russia)
 

 

In the following the list of oral and poster contributions and some pictures from the workshops are posted.

 

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HPS1: Advanced Statistical Methods for Hydrology, Oceanography and Seismology

Convener: Salvatore Grimaldi (Italy)
Co-Conveners: Thomas Bodin (USA), Amir Khan (Switzerland), Jan Dettmer (Canada), Eugene Kulikov (Russia), Simon-Michael Papalexiou (Greece)

 Oral Presentations

 Implications of strong-rate-weakening friction for the length-scale dependence of the strength of the crust; Why earthquakes are so gentle
Heaton, T.H. ; Elbanna, A.

Comparing and contrasting earthquake, flood and storm disaster statistics: Real and spurious trends
Roberts, R.G.; Lund, B.; Tryggvason, A.; Bödvarsson, R.; Gudmundsson, O.; Shomali, H.

Estimating noise in climate simulations: Which significance test performs the best
Decremer, D.; Chung, E.C.; Ekman, A.M.L.

The functional framework for hydrological variables
Chebana, F.; Dabo-Niang, S.; Ouarda, T.

Effect of time discretization and finite record length on continuous-time stochastic properties
Koutsoyiannis, D.; Lombardo, F.; Volpi, E.

Testing for trends in multivariate hydrologic frequency analysis
Ouarda, T.; Duong, T.; Chebana, F.

Impacts of ENSO on the southern African rainfall as revealed by self-organizing maps
Tozuka, T.; Abiodun, B.; Engelbrecht, F.

A new approach to calibrating hydrological models: Using cross wavelet transforms to select calibration and validation periods
Foster, K.; Uvo, C.B.

 

Poster Presentations

 A statistical method for improving continental shelf and near-shore marine climate predictions
Oliver, E.C.J.; Holbrook, N.J.

Time series modelling in the Schaefertal catchment in the Lower Harz Mountains/central Germany
Reinstorf, F.; Tiedge, J.; Bauspiess, J.; John, H.; Ollesch, G.

Projection of future streamflow changes of the Pearl River basin in China using two delta-change methods
Yuan, F.; Tung, Y.K.; Ren, L.L.

Modeling of flood watersheds in semi-arid regions of Algeria (Model 1)
Boutoutaou, D.; Lakehal, R.; Belagoune, F.

Extrapolation of the rating curve with the neural network approach and multiple regression Case of the Algerian Coastal basin
Zeroual, A.; Meddi, M.

Network technologies of spatio-temporal processes research
Gitis, V.; Derendyaev, A.; Weinstock, A.; Mikhailov, N.

Water resources in semi-arid zones (climatic and anthropic impacts): The case of the Essouira aquifers system (Mogador,Morocco)
El Moukhayar, R.; Bahir, M.; Youbi, N.; Chamchati, H.

Snowfall return time estimation using precipitation and temperature time series
Ridolfi, E.; Grimaldi, S.; Napolitano, F.

 

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Hw10: Adaptive water resources management - system design and operation

Convener: Barry Croke (Australia)
Co-Conveners: Uwe Haberlandt (Germany), Alla Kolechkina (Netherlands), Ronald van Nooijen (Netherlands)

 

 Oral Presentations

 

Poster Presentations

 

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Hw14: Regional modelling in hydrology using statistical tools

Convener: András Bárdossy (Germany)
Co-Conveners: Emna Gargouri (Tunisia), Salvatore Grimaldi (Italy), Luis Samaniego (Germany)

 

 Oral Presentations

 

Poster Presentations

 

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Hw15: Testing simulation and forecasting models in non-stationary conditions

Convener: Vazken Andreassian (France)
Co-Conveners: Sandra Ardoin-Bardin (France), Valérie Estupina-Borrell (France), Francesco Laio (Italy), Julien Lerat (Australia), Charles Perrin (France), Olga Semenova (Russia)
 

 Oral Presentations

Introduction and synthesis of the experiments made by the workshop participants, G. Thirel and V. Andréassian

Modelling experiments with conceptual rainfall-runoff models under non-stationary conditions, J. Vaze, F.H.S. Chiew, N. Potter, D.A. Post, C. Petheram, J. Lerat, J. Teng and B. Wang

Dynamic averaging of rainfall-runoff model simulations within non-stationary climate conditions, N. Le Moine and L. Oudin

Systematic testing of parameterizations to account for land cover changes in the GR4J model, V. Andréassian

Testing a physically based distributed model under changing conditions, A. Gelfan, Y. Motovilov, I. Krylenko, V. Moreido and E. Zakharova

 

Robustness issues of conceptual models regarding water balance simulation, L. Coron, V. Andréassian, M. Bourqui, F. Hendrickx, C. Perrin, J. Lerat and J. Vaze

Conceptual models for non-stationarity, H. Li, S. Beldring and C.Y. Xu – Abstract – Presentation
Detecting non-stationarity in the unit hydrograph, B. Croke, J. Guillaume and M.J. Shin

Benefits and drawbacks of using data assimilation for hydrological modelling in karstic regions: recent work on the Lez basin, M. Coustau, E. Harader, V. Borrell-Estupina, S. Ricci, O. Thual, C. Bouvier, A. Piacentini

A comparative assessmant of AWBM and SimHyd for forested watersheds, B. Yu and Z. Zhu


Application of several hydrological models (and objective functions) to the complete dataset of the workshop, G. Thirel, L. Coron, V. Andréassian and C. Perrin

Simultaneous calibration of hydrological models to capture non-stationary conditions, A. Bardossy and Y. Huang (Invited talk)

Hydrologic non-stationarity and modelling implications, F. Chiew, N. Potter, J. Vaze, C. Petheram, L. Zhang and D. Post

Committees of hydrological models specialized on high and low flows, D. Solomatine, N. Kayastha and V. Kuzmin

Evaluating snow data assimilation methods for use in distributed models, J. Magnusson, D. Gustafsson and T. Jonas

How to deal with non-stationary conditions in hydrology using neural networks, V. Taver, A. Johannet, V. Borrell-Estupina and S. Pistre

 

Testing the process-based Hydrograph model under non-stationary conditions in small fire-affected watersheds in France and Russia, L. Lebedeva, O. Semenova and N. Volkova

HYPE model simulations for non-stationary conditions in European medium sized catchments, G. Lindström and C. Donnelly

A parametric transfer function model optimized by PSO, F. Bardolle – Abstract – Presentation
Sensitivity of a physically-based LSM to the calibration period in the Upper Durance catchment, C. Magand, A. Ducharne, N. Le Moine

Urban spread impact on GR4J parameters, C. Furusho, G. Thirel and V. Andréassian

 

In defence of stationarity, D. Koutsoyiannis

Analysis of the dependence of the optimal parameter set on climate characteristics, M. Osuch, R. Romanowicz and E. Karamuz

Sensitivity analysis of SCHADEX extreme flood estimations to the calibration period used for the MORDOR rainfall-runoff model, P. Brigode, P. Bernardara, E. Paquet, J. Gailhard, F. Garavaglia, P. Ribstein and R. Merz

Application of IHACRES to workshop-selected catchments exhibiting precipitation-streamflow non-stationarity, I. Littlewood

Enhancing model realism by incorporating landscape characteristics: topography driven rainfall runoff modeling (FLEX-TOPO), S. Gharari, M. Hrachowitz, F. Fenicia, H. Gao, T. Euser and H. Savenije

 

Poster Presentations

Applicability of kinematic wave based distributed hydrological model for various climate and land use condition, T. Tanaka and Y. Tachikawa

Hydrological modelling in presence of non-stationarity by urbanization: an assessment of the value of information, A. Efstratiadis, I. Nalbantis and D. Koutsoyiannis

Understanding impacts of future climate conditions upon flooding in the Lez catchment using the ALADIN Med-CORDEX simulations, E. Harader, S. Ricci, V. Borrell-Estupina, O. Thual, J. Boé, L. Terray and S. Somot

Modelling 1000-year catastrophic flood scenario of the Danube between Bratislava and Nagymaros, P. Miklanek, P. Pekarova, V. Bacova Mitkova and J. Pekar

A parametric transfer function model optimized by PSO, F. Bardolle

 

At the end of the oral session, a 45-min period has been kept for discussions. Four topical groups have been organized, each of them having to identify 3-4 important related research questions to tackle within the next years for non-stationary issues

Presentation, Poster and a technical report/result of the workshop is available here

    

PATRONAGE



Ministero dell'Ambiente e della Tutela del Territorio e del Mare



Institute for Environmental Protection and Research


H2CU
 Honors Center of Italian Universities - H2CU 
Sapienza University of Rome



University of Tuscia,
Viterbo, Italy

 

 
 
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