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Hydrological Forecasting at EGU 2018: time to write your abstract

You can contribute to advance hydrological predictions and forecasting systems through the presentation of your recent scientific developments, applications and approaches in the operation of hydrologic forecasting systems at the EGU Assembly in 2018. Why should I go to EGU … Continue reading

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Final call for abstracts: 2018 HEPEX workshop in Melbourne, Australia

As you may have heard, the 2018 HEPEX workshop in Melbourne is coming up soon (Feb 6-8, 2018). Abstracts are due for submission on Sep 30, 2017. The workshop will feature both oral and poster presentations. The theme for the … Continue reading

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Which scales matter for water resources management?

Contributed by Andreas Hartmann, Axel Bronstert, Bettina Schaefli The discussion about which scale is the most relevant for water resources management is an increasingly important debate of hydrological modelling principles over the last decade. The session “(Ir‑)relevant scales in hydrology: … Continue reading

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What will happen next week at EGU 2017 in hydrological forecasting?

The EGU 2017 Annual General Assembly will take place next week, from 23–28 April 2017 in Vienna. Once again, researchers, professors, early career scientists and practitioners interested in any of the fields covered by geosciences, including hydrological sciences, atmospheric sciences … Continue reading

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A short course on Hydrological Forecasting: interview with Marie-Amélie Boucher and Jan Verkade

Contributed by Maria-Helena Ramos (Irstea) and Shaun Harrigan (CEH) This year Hepex is joining the Young Hydrologic Society (YHS) to offer a short course on hydrological forecasting during the EGU General Assembly in Vienna. Shaun Harrigan (CEH), representative of the … Continue reading

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2018 HEPEX workshop, Melbourne, Australia: Breaking the barriers

Contributed by James Bennett (CSIRO) and local organizers team In the afterglow of the highly successful 2016 HEPEX workshop in Quebec City, Canada, the planning for the next HEPEX workshop in 2018 in Melbourne, Australia is underway. Melbourne is far … Continue reading

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The Hydrological Forecasting Quiz: prepare yourself for EGU 2017

Abstract submission for the European Geosciences Union (EGU) annual assembly in 2017  is open. Do you want to participate, but you don’t know to which session submit an abstract ? Here’s a quiz to help you! Click below on the … Continue reading

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A user-oriented forecast verification metric competition

Forecast performance is one of the most central themes not only in day-to-day weather forecasting, but also in HEPEX. It is so important that we have devoted an entire chapter in our science and implementation plan to it (see here). … Continue reading

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Workshop on Data Assimilation in Terrestrial Systems, September 19-21 in Bonn, Germany

By Harrie-Jan Hendricks Franssen and Insa Neuweiler This workshop will provide a platform for scientific exchange among researchers working on data assimilation methods and applications in terrestrial systems. In particular, we hope to stimulate the interdisciplinary exchange among atmospheric researches, … Continue reading

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Searching for allies in the meteorological community: Trieste, 12-16 Sep., 2016

Contributed by Louise Crochemore and Massimiliano Zappa As you all know, the reign of MEPEX has begun… The belligerent fools. Prospective work already carried out in the HEPEX community since 2004 has proven that we may find allies in the … Continue reading

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