The River Memory Experiment
Alberto Montanari, Serena Ceola and Attilio Castellarin
University of Bologna
Provide decision makers with updated probabilities of the occurrence of extreme events.
To gain understanding about added value of different sources of information (e.g., remote sensing products and analytical approaches) in constraining hydrological models inputs and outputs.
Rather than considering the landscape as a series of nested basins, the WRF-Hydro model has as its atomic unit a river reach and the landscape draining into it.
How does the snowline elevation change during snowmelt runoff events? What factors control this change? What are the spatial and temporal differences across Europé?
SWICCA - EDgE SHF MIP
Ilias Pechlivanidis, and others
Swedish Meteorological and Hydrological Institute
Compare seasonal hydrological forecasting skill from a number of hydrological models under different hydro-climatic conditions