Glad that you liked the post, Walter! Looking very forward to the playlist. And thanks for sharing the news about…
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Can ensemble flood inundation forecasts be performed using a new hybrid model?
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HEPEX workshop 2023 – Forecasting across spatial scales and time horizons
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Forecasting across spatial scales and time horizons 13-15th September 2023, Norrköping, Sweden The programme is now ready. Find here the […]
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Thank you for this post! We are slowly creating a "hydrological music" playlist. The road and the sky will be…
Thank you for your interest in our research. I agree that 1D models can provide accurate predictions of flow and…
This is good work, but I have a problem with the fundamental premise that "Accurate flood inundation predictions are traditionally…
From your colleagues in the Office of Public Works in Ireland, we would like to express our regret at the…