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New resource collection: value of ensembles in hydrometeorological forecasting

New resource collection: value of ensembles in hydrometeorological forecasting

Earlier this year, Early Career HEPEX (EC-HEPEX) collaborated with the Early Warning Systems Young Professionals (EWS YP) network, to take part in their “12 months of EWS” initiative on Twitter and LinkedIn. Each month, they highlight a topic relevant to the EWS community by compiling and sharing a collection of useful resources. You can check out the whole collection on their Padlet or Twitter @EWS_YP #12monthsEWS, and find out more about the network here.  For the HEPEX contribution, we put…

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“Hydrological Constellations”: a science & art piece

“Hydrological Constellations”: a science & art piece

Contributed by Louise Arnal (artist & scientist; postdoctoral fellow at the University of Saskatchewan) From 29 June to 1 July 2021, the joint workshop “Connecting global to local hydrological modelling and forecasting: scientific advances and challenges”, co-organized by ECMWF – CEMS – C3S – HEPEX – GFP, was held virtually. As a scientist and artist, I wanted to participate and reflect on the topics explored during the workshop with both my scientist and artist hats on. With the support of…

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Getting the early career HEPEX initiative off the ground

Getting the early career HEPEX initiative off the ground

On 7 May 2021, 32 early career scientists and young professionals from 17 different countries met online for the kick-off meeting of a new early-career initiative: EC-HEPEX! EC-HEPEX is part of the wider HEPEX community and aims to bring together people in the early stages of their careers related to hydrological prediction, working as a space for communication, collaboration and the sharing of ideas. Learn more about the initial vision in our first blog post. To be part of the…

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