USask/Canmore Computational Hydrology at EGU 2022: things not to miss!

USask/Canmore Computational Hydrology at EGU 2022: things not to miss!

May 15, 2022 | by: Computational Hydrology Team

This year, the EGU General Assembly is taking place in Vienna and online between 23 - 27 May 2022. Our team will be attending remotely and in person, and presenting on a variety of topics. See a list of our presentations and those we contributed to in the table below. Note that times are local Vienna time (GMT+2).

We also reflect on the passing of Eric F. Wood, a pioneer in large-domain hydrologic modeling. Martyn Clark will deliver a presentation highlighting Eric’s scientific contributions on Monday May 23.

We are looking forward to hearing about recent scientific research and developments and to (virtually) socialise with friends and colleagues from around the world. See you next week!

Date Time (MST) Presenter Title
Monday May 23 13:42-13:47 Wouter Knoben CAMELS-spat: catchment data for spatially distributed large-sample hydrology
Monday May 23 13:45-13:50 Xinxin Sui A novel approach to systematically analyze the error structure of precipitation datasets using decision trees
Monday May 23 17:45-17:55 Martyn Clark Celebrating Eric Wood’s advances in large domain hydrologic modeling
Tuesday May 24 10:50-10:55 Luca Trotter Modular Assessment of Rainfall–Runoff Models Toolbox (MARRMoT) v2.1: better, faster and more accessible hydrological modelling through object-oriented programming
Tuesday May 24 10:53-10:59 Shervan Gharari Understanding the Information Content in the Hierarchy of Model Development Decisions: Learning From Data
Tuesday May 24 15:10-15:16 Martyn Clark Advancing the science and practice of community hydrologic modeling: Development of open-source models, methods, and datasets to enable process-based hydrologic prediction across North America (and beyond)
Tuesday May 24 17:42-17:49 Wenwen Kong Understanding responses of summer continental daily temperature variance to perturbations in the land surface evaporative resistance
Wednesday May 25 13:56-14:02 Christian Massari Prestorm root zone soil moisture conditions critical for flood forecasting in Europe
Thursday May 26 17:18-17-24 Pieter Hazenberg Using public cloud computing infrastructure for rapid simulations of large-scale global reservoirs
Thursday May 26 17:56-18:03 Louise Arnal A benchmark for probabilistic seasonal streamflow forecasting over North America
Friday May 27 08:35-08:42 Inne Vanderkelen Evaluating a reservoir parametrisation in a vector-based global routing model for Earth System Model coupling
Friday May 27 09:25-09:33 Albrecht Weerts Long-term dynamics of reservoirs across the globe


We seek to improve understanding and predictions of hydrological processes at scales from hillslopes to continents

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