Category Archives: EGU

Challenges and innovation towards the prediction of natural hazards

The 2016 European Geosciences Union General Assembly saw us co-convene our second PICO (Presenting Interactive Content) session on operational forecasting and warning systems for natural hazards. Along with several other sessions in hydrological forecasting there were plenty of take home … Continue reading

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Natural hazards: prediction and early warning on various scales

The 2015 General Assembly of the European Geoscience Union provided an opportunity to share challenges and innovation in the prediction and early warning of natural hazards.  Although flooding was a key topic area, other hazards featured which all have synergies  across the … Continue reading

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Hydrological Forecasting and Natural Hazards at EGU 2015

Attending the European Geosciences Union Assembly this year?  If you’re a first-time visitor to the event, which attracts over 12,000 delegates, then check out the GeoLog’s guide on what to expect. If you are attending then why not join us in our Thursday morning session … Continue reading

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EGU General Assembly 2013

Hydrologists involved in SFFS have contributed a paper for this years EGU.  A joint paper with CEH Wallingford was accepted for the session on hydrology for decision-making: the value of forecasts, predictions, scenarios, outlooks and foresights. The session included papers on … Continue reading

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