Satellite inspired hydrology in an uncertain future – a joint H SAF and HEPEX workshop

Satellite inspired hydrology in an uncertain future – a joint H SAF and HEPEX workshop

When: 25-28 November 2019 Where: ECMWF , Reading, UK How: Abstracts submission and registration now open Five years ago, H SAF and HEPEX organised a joint workshop on “Coupled hydrology” at ECMWF, and now it is time to revisit the subject. Last time around the workshop was split into first an H SAF part, followed by a joint session and finished with a HEPEX workshop. This time the idea is to have joint sessions all through the workshop to further…

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Hydrological Forecasting at MODSIM2019, Canberra, Australia

Hydrological Forecasting at MODSIM2019, Canberra, Australia

Contributed by Seline Ng, CSIRO, Australia. We are excited to announce the upcoming MODSIM 2019 conference session “Advances and Applications in Hydrometeorological Forecasting”. Join us for an enjoyable time of stimulating discussions and interesting talks! We look forward to contributions from HEPEX-ers relating to any of the following: (i) improved methods in the field of hydrometeorological forecasting, (ii) post-processing of forecasts, (iii) verification of forecasts, (iv) real-time flood forecasting, (v) practical and theoretical applications of forecasts in water management, hydropower…

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Hydrological Forecasting at EGU 2019: Time to write your abstract

Hydrological Forecasting at EGU 2019: Time to write your abstract

The sessions for the European Geosciences Union General Assembly (7-12 April 2019, Vienna) have been announced, and we’re excited to see that the Hydrological Forecasting sub-division will have 14 sessions covering a fantastic range of topics, including of course the HEPEX-sponsored Ensemble Hydrometeorological Forecasting session! You can contribute to the advancement of hydrological prediction by presenting your scientific developments, applications, operational approaches and more at EGU 2019 – abstract submission is now open until 10 January 2019, 13:00 CET. Why…

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Hydrological forecasting, ensembles and related topics at AGU 2018: Time to write your abstracts

Hydrological forecasting, ensembles and related topics at AGU 2018: Time to write your abstracts

Contributed by Andy Wood and Flavio Lehner, NCAR  You can help to advance the science of hydrological prediction, forecasting systems, and our understanding of the value of ensembles through the presentation of your recent related scientific and practical developments, applications and approaches at the AGU Fall Meeting in 2018.  The meeting will be held on December 10-14, 2018. Why should I go to AGU next year? For once, AGU will be held in Washington D.C. instead of San Francisco. This is…

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10 years of the Sub-Division on Hydrological Forecasting at EGU (2008 – 2018)

10 years of the Sub-Division on Hydrological Forecasting at EGU (2008 – 2018)

Contributed by Maria-Helena Ramos and Femke Davids The field of Hydrological Forecasting has grown over the last ten years into an interesting and thought-provoking sub-division to the European Geosciences Union (EGU). Through this sub-division, at one of the largest Geoscience conferences in the world, we address many challenges that today’s hydrologists, and also users and decision-makers in the water sector, have to deal with. Below you will find an interesting read into the background and history of this field at…

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