Session HS10.4: Medium and long-term hydrological forecasting for water management and allocation The session will address methods and modelling techniques aimed at monitoring and forecasting, at a weekly to interannual time-scale, of hydrological variables that are crucial for the control and management of water resources systems and in particular: streamflow, snow cover, soil moisture and groundwater. The contributions will present integration of monitoring techniques, including ground and remote sensing observations, and modelling approaches, of both the data-driven and physically-based types, applied for forecasting the evolution of the hydro-meteorological variables that are most influential on the availability of water resources. Particularly welcome will be applications and real-world case studies in Mediterranean and other drought-prone areas where the importance of long-term water management and allocation under extreme hydrologic conditions is steadily growing.

Medium and long-term hydrological forecasting for water management and allocation, EGU General Assembly 2009 - Vienna, Austria, 19-24 april 2009

TOTH, ELENA
2009

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Session HS10.4: Medium and long-term hydrological forecasting for water management and allocation The session will address methods and modelling techniques aimed at monitoring and forecasting, at a weekly to interannual time-scale, of hydrological variables that are crucial for the control and management of water resources systems and in particular: streamflow, snow cover, soil moisture and groundwater. The contributions will present integration of monitoring techniques, including ground and remote sensing observations, and modelling approaches, of both the data-driven and physically-based types, applied for forecasting the evolution of the hydro-meteorological variables that are most influential on the availability of water resources. Particularly welcome will be applications and real-world case studies in Mediterranean and other drought-prone areas where the importance of long-term water management and allocation under extreme hydrologic conditions is steadily growing.
A. Loukas; G.T. Aronica ; E. Toth
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