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History of Hydrology Wiki – Interview with Keith Beven

Have you seen the wiki “History of Hydrology“? It was created by Professor Keith Beven,¬†Professor Emeritus in the Lancaster Environment Centre, in 2016, and we have recently interviewed him to learn more about it: What was your motivation behind creating … Continue reading

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Why are meteorologists apprehensive of ensemble forecasts?

Contributed by Anders Persson, Uppsala, Sweden A colleague in my world-wide meteorological network made me aware of a CALMet conference in Melbourne, i.e. dealing with meteorological education and training. Through the website you can access the program with more or … Continue reading

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