Happy New Year! We’ve got a new year resolution for you: submit an abstract to EGU22!
The EGU 2022 Annual General Assembly will take place from 3–8 April 2022. To adapt to the COVID-19 situation, this event will be hybrid with remote and in-person elements. It will be a great opportunity to find out about the latest scientific advances and to socialize with friends and colleagues virtually and in Vienna.
This year again, the EGU HS Hydrological Forecasting subdivision is packed with a range of sessions relevant to HEPEXers around the world. Below is a non-exhaustive list of relevant “Hydrological Forecasting” sessions and more, with links to more information on the EGU website. You can submit your abstract until January 12, at 13.00 CET!
HS4.1 EDI (Co-organized by GM1/NH1)
Anticipation of flash floods and rainfall-induced hydro-geomorphic hazards: short-range observational and forecasting strategies.
Convener: Olivier Payrastre | Co-conveners: Clàudia AbancóECS, Jonathan Gourley, Pierre Javelle, Massimiliano Zappa
HS4.2 EDI (Co-organized by NH1)
Drought and water scarcity: monitoring, modelling and forecasting to improve hydro-meteorological risk management
Convener: Brunella Bonaccorso | Co-conveners: Carmelo Cammalleri, Athanasios Loukas, Micha Werner, Yonca CavusECS
HS4.3 EDI (Co-organized by NH1)
Ensemble and probabilistic hydro-meteorological forecasts: predictive uncertainty, verification and decision making
Convener: Jan Verkade | Co-conveners: Trine Jahr Hegdahl, Albrecht Weerts, Shaun HarriganECS, Kolbjorn Engeland
HS4.4 EDI (Co-organized by NH1)
Operational forecasting and warning systems for natural hazards and climate emergency: challenges and innovations
Convener: Michael Cranston | Co-conveners: Céline Cattoën-Gilbert, Lydia CumiskeyECS, Ilias Pechlivanidis
Reducing the impacts of natural hazards through forecast-based action: from early warning to early action
Convener: Andrea Ficchì | Co-conveners: Gabriela Guimarães Nobre, Marc van den Homberg, David MacLeodECS, Maurine Ambani
From sub-seasonal forecasting to climate projections: predicting water availability and servicing water sectors | Virtual PICO
Convener: Louise ArnalECS | Co-conveners: Tim aus der Beek, Louise CrochemoreECS, Andrew SchepenECS, Christopher White
Advances in the hydrologic and hydraulic modelling and design for extreme floods
Convener: Sanjaykumar Yadav | Co-conveners: Ramesh Teegavarapu, Biswa Bhattacharya, Rashmi YadavECS, Ayushi PanchalECS
Addressing the challenges of operational flood hydrology by translating research | Virtual PICO
Convener: Christopher Skinner | Co-conveners: Hayley Fowler, Sean Longfield, Louise ArnalECS, Rolf HutECS
AS1.3 EDI (Co-organized by NH1/NP5)
Forecasting the weather | Virtual PICO
Convener: Yong Wang | Co-conveners: Aitor Atencia, Chaohui Chen, Lesley De CruzECS, Daniele NeriniECS
Exploring the Art-Science Interface
Convener: Kelly StanfordECS | Co-conveners: Daniel Parsons, Louise ArnalECS, Konstantin Novoselov
Games for Geoscience V
Convener: Christopher Skinner | Co-conveners: Rolf HutECS, Sam Illingworth, Elizabeth Lewis, Jazmin ScarlettECS
There are of course many more exciting sessions and we invite you to explore the online programme, and leave a comment below if there are any more sessions you’d like to highlight here!
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