Improving Hydro-Met services in developing countries
Contributed by Florian Pappenberger, ECMWF. It is in the DNA of every HEPEX-er to believe that better hydrological forecasts contribute […]
Is One Forecast Model Better Than Another?
Blog post contributed by: Tim DelSole* The Sign Test Is one forecast model better than another? A natural approach to […]
Risk Communication for Cyclone Early Warning – Do people get the message, and understand what it means for them?
Contributed by Bapon Fakhruddin, Senior DRR and Climate Resilience Specialist, Tonkin+Taylor & Co-chair of the Risk Interpretation and Application of IRDR/ICSU […]
Hydrological forecasting at EGU 2018 – what not to miss next week!
The EGU 2018 Annual General Assembly will take place next week, from 8–13 April 2017 in Vienna as usual. The […]
Bridging the gap between forecasters and operational hydrologists: an OzEWEX summer institute project
Contributed by Melanie Loveridge, Bex Dunn and Yiling Liu How often do we assume that we understand the users’ needs, […]