Improving Predictions and Management of Hydrological Extremes

Wijngaard, J. ; Liggins, F. ; Vd Hurk, B. ; Lavers, D. ; Magnusson, L. ; Bouwer, L. ; Weerts, A. ; Kjellstrom, E. ; Manez, M. ; Ramos, M.H. ; Hananel, C. ; Ercin, E. ; Hunink, J. ; Klein, B. ; Pouget, L. ; de Moel, H.

Type de document
Communication scientifique sans actes
Langue
Anglais
Affiliation de l'auteur
KNMI ROYAL NETHERLANDS METEOROLOGICAL INSTITUTE DE BILT NLD ; METOFFICE GBR ; KNMI ROYAL NETHERLANDS METEOROLOGICAL INSTITUTE DE BILT NLD ; ECMWF EUROPEAN CENTRE OF MEDIUM RANGE WEATHER FORECASTS GBR ; ECMWF EUROPEAN CENTRE OF MEDIUM RANGE WEATHER FORECASTS GBR ; DELTARES NLD ; DELTARES NLD ; SMHI SWE ; HZG DEU ; IRSTEA ANTONY UR HBAN FRA ; ARCTIK BEL ; WFN NLD ; FW ESP ; BFG FEDERAL INSTITUTE OF HYDROLOGY KOBLENZ DEU ; CETAQUA ESP ; VU AMSTERDAM NLD
Année
2017
Résumé / Abstract
The European research project, IMPREX, is built on the notion that “experience in managing present day weather extremes can help us anticipate the consequences of future climate variability and change”. This presentation illustrates how IMPREX is building the link between the providers and users of information and services addressing both the weather and climate timescales. For different stakeholders in key economic sectors the needs and vulnerabilities in their daily practice are discussed, followed by an analysis of how weather and climate (W&C) services could contribute to the demands that arise from this. Examples of case studies showing the relevance of the tailored W&C information in users’ operations will be included.
Source
Geophysical Research Abstracts, vol. 19, 1 p.
Congrès
EGU General Assembly 2017, 23/04/2017 - 28/04/2017, Vienna, AUT

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