EGU 2020 begins!

EGU 2020 begins!

May 1, 2020 | by: Shervan Gharari

Last year we had a wonderful session at the EGU 2019. As lead convener, I was working closely with my colleagues Björn, Luis, Simon and Sina to organize more than 50 abstracts and 3 oral blocks. We had thought-provoking contributions from catchment to global hydrology. From remote sensing to field observation. A wide range of expertise and opinion.

This year however, things are a bit different. We are depending on a text-based system to present and convene. I was thinking to myself; “who will participate?!”. But it turns out that there are many more enthusiastic scientists that I initially anticipated.

This year, we move on to convene our session while sitting in totally different time zones. For the good memories, I keep looking at this picture from EGU 2019. Hope everyone in this picture is safe and happy. And I sincerely hope to make another photo like this next year.

From our side, the computational hydrology team has the following contributions at EGU 2020:

Sessions

HS2.2.1
Models and Data: Understanding and representing spatio-temporal dynamics of hydrological processes
Convener: Björn Guse | Co-conveners: Shervan Gharari, Sina Khatami, Luis Samaniego, Simon Stisen
Mon, 04 May, 08:30–12:30, Chat Mon, 04 May, 14:00–15:45

HS2.5.2
Large-sample hydrology: characterising and understanding hydrological diversity
Convener: Sandra Pool | Co-conveners: Gemma Coxon, Wouter Knoben, Nicolas Vasquez, Keirnan Fowler
Fri, 08 May, 08:30–10:15

HS4.6
From sub-seasonal forecasting to climate projections: predicting hydrologic extremes and improving water management
Co-organized by CL4
Convener: Christopher White | Co-conveners: Louise Arnal, Tim aus der Beek, Louise Crochemore, Andrew Schepen
Thu, 07 May, 10:45–12:30

Displays

EGU2020-1850 | HS2.4.1 | Highlight
Spatial dependence of floods and droughts: learning from differences in regional and seasonal patterns
Manuela Irene Brunner, Eric Gilleland, Daniel Swain, Andy Wood, and Martyn Clark
Thu, 07 May, 08:30–10:15 | D61

EGU2020-3018 | HS2.2.1
Evidence-based conceptual requirements of regional groundwater processes for hydrological simulations
Louisa Oldham, Jim Freer, Gemma Coxon, Nicholas Howden, John Bloomfield, and Christopher Jackson Mon, 04 May, 10:45–12:30 | D189

EGU2020-4184 | HS2.2.1
Process-based model evaluation of cold region hydrological processes
Wouter Knoben, Abbas Fayad, Vincent Vionnet, and Martyn Clark
Mon, 04 May, 08:30–10:15 | D172

EGU2020-6524 | HS2.5.1
On the exploration of alternative spatial representation for land models; a vector-based setup for the Variable Infiltration Capacity model
Shervan Gharari and Martyn Clark
Thu, 07 May, 14:00–15:45 | D163

EGU2020-7349 | EOS7.10/HS1.2.8
The emergence of community models in hydrology
Nans Addor, Martyn P. Clark, and Brian Henn
Mon, 04 May, 16:15–18:00 | D3918

EGU2020-9619 | NH1.5 Monitoring the efficacy of Natural Flood Management structures on flow attenuation and flood risk reduction
Tamsin Lockwood, Jim Freer, Katerina Michaelides, Gemma Coxon, Tom Richardson, Richard Brazier, Ben Thorne, and Louise Webb Mon, 04 May, 14:00–15:45 | D1911

EGU2020-9918| HS7.10/NH1.12
Understanding catchment influences on flood generating processes - accounting for correlated attributes
Lina Stein, Martyn Clark, Francesca Pianosi, Wouter Knoben, and Ross Woods
Tue, 05 May, 16:15–18:00 | D337

EGU2020-11943 | HS7.10/NH1.12
A Global Assessment of Non-Stationarity in Extreme Precipitation
Razi Sheikholeslami, Simon Michael Papalexiou, and Martyn Clark
Tue, 05 May, 16:15–18:00 | D340

EGU2020-10219 | HS2.5.1
Comparing the impact for hydrology of the new ERA5 reanalyses dataset over ERA-Interim for 8 hydrological models in 6 catchments using the eWaterCycle community modelling environment.
Rolf Hut, Niels Drost, Jerom Aerts, Laurene Bouaziz, Willem van Verseveld, Bert Jagers, Fedor Baart, Edwin Sutanudjaja, Lieke Melsen, Andrew Bennett, Louise Arnal, Fabrizio Fenicia, Leonard Santos, Emiliano Gelati, Marco Dal Molin, Wouter Knoben, Shervan Gharari, Caitlyn Hall, Eric Hutton, and Nick van de Giesen and the the eWaterCycle comparison team from the Netherlands eSciencecenter.
Thu, 07 May, 14:00–15:45 | D159

EGU2020-20187 | HS4.4
Does the application of multiple hydrological models improve seasonal streamflow forecasting skill?
Bastian Klein, Ilias Pechlivanidis, Louise Arnal, Louise Crochemore, Dennis Meissner, and Barbara Frielingsdorf
Fri, 08 May, 10:45–12:30 | D208

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