Monthly Archives: September 2014

Forecasting from Sea to Shore (Part 2): Forecasting flooding from waves

In a previous post we discussed what lessons should be learned from the winter storms of 2013-14 and how any recommendations should be taken forward and developed in the future. In Scotland, forecasting waves is a relatively new endeavour and … Continue reading

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BHS 2014 Challenging hydrological theory and practice and calling for better communicators

  This week saw hydrologists from across the UK, and some overseas visitors, congregate in Birmingham for the 2014 British Hydrological Society Symposium. The Scottish Flood Forecasting Service was there presenting our recent experience of setting up and using the … Continue reading

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