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HEPEX-ers: You are challenged!

HEPEX-ers: You are challenged!

Contributed by Florian Teichert, WMO. The WMO HydroHub has partnered with the organizers of the Open Seventeen Challenge to publish challenges around the topic of “Artificial Intelligence (AI) for Operational Hydrology”, to which students from all over the world can submit solutions. Contributions from the developing and least-developed world would be especially welcomed to give students a chance to make a difference. This is part of the University of Geneva organized Open Seventeen (O17) Challenges targeting one or more of…

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Forecasting session at AOGS 2020 – Hongcheon, South Korea

Forecasting session at AOGS 2020 – Hongcheon, South Korea

Contributed by Durgal Lal Shrestha This year, the 17th Annual Meeting of the Asia Oceania Geosciences Society will be held in Hongcheon, South Korea from 28 June to 4 July 2020, and will include a session organised under the auspices of HEPEX. This session aims to discuss recent developments in methods for ensemble hydro-meteorological forecasting and the challenges in the application of forecasts for real-world water resources planning and management. The session has a broad scope and seeks to bring…

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HEPEX 2019 Year in Review

HEPEX 2019 Year in Review

In the last HEPEX blog post of the year, we’re taking a look back at our highlights of 2019! This year, we published 25 blog posts, with contributions from HEPEX-ers across the globe. But first of all, a quick reminder of important HEPEX events coming up soon: The abstract deadline for EGU 2019 (3-8 May, Vienna) is fast approaching – don’t forget to submit your abstract by 15th January! Click here for information on the Hydrological Forecasting sub-division over the past 10…

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Follow the HSAF HEPEX workshop live, in person or streaming

Follow the HSAF HEPEX workshop live, in person or streaming

In just a couple of weeks it is time for the joint H SAF and HEPEX workshop on using remote sensing for hydrological applications, this time enticingly named “Satellite inspired hydrology in an uncertain future”. The workshop is a follow-on from the workshop five years ago on “Coupled hydrology“, so it is time to see how far the community has got in terms of using satellite data in hydrological applications and what the challenges are for the future. We welcome…

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Hydrological Forecasting in the XXIII Brazilian Symposium on Water Resources

Hydrological Forecasting in the XXIII Brazilian Symposium on Water Resources

Contributed by Fernando Mainardi Fan (Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil) The XXIII Brazilian Symposium on Water Resources (XXIII SBRH) will be the main event in the area of ​​Water Resources research and engineering in Brazil in 2019. It will provide a space for sharing and discussing relevant issues in the area, through professionals, academia and society during the week from November 24 to 28. The central theme WATER CONNECTS is focused on allowing us to connect professional…

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