“Hydrology for decision-making” at EGU2013 – call for abstracts

Hydrology isn’t practised in isolation. Rather, hydrological analyses are used as input to decision processes. How can forecasts, predictions, scenarios, outlooks and foresights best serve these decisions? How should uncertainties be managed? What is the relative weight of hydrological considerations in comparison to other, non-hydrological considerations? At EGU2013, we are organising a session on these topics. The session is described in enclosed session leaflet. Abstracts can be submitted until January 8, 2013. A report on the 2012 edition of this session is available from here.

November 12 update: we are pleased to announce that Prof Rob Wilby has agreed to speak in our session. His contribution is titled “Decision- rather than scenario-centred downscaling: smarter use of climate model outputs”.

Session leaflet. Click to open/download pdf version (opens in new window).

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