In April 2019, European Geosciences Union GA hosted the “Hydroinformatics for hydrology” short course (SC) for the fifth time in a row! This year, early career hydrologists in Vienna took the opportunity to learn about uncertainty (and sensitivity) analysis — one of the overarching themes of hydrology research — in early hours of a beautiful sunny day. This year we had the pleasure to have Dr. Francesca Pianosi of the University of Bristol. We would like to thank Francesca Pianosi for sharing her extensive insights and experience.
The lecture slides can be downloaded from this link. Please note that, in the last slide, you can see a list of papers (all open access) that complement the lecture content, including one paper by Noacco et al. where workflow scripts to implement and test various approaches using the SAFE toolbox (in Matlab and R) are available.
If you are planning to attend EGU 2020 (3–8 May 2020, Vienna), you are kindly invited to share your wish on which topic to see for the next edition of “Hydroinformatics for hydrology” SC.
See also the posts from previous “Hydroinformatics for hydrology” EGU SC:
- extreme value modelling (EGU 2018)
- geostatistical modelling (EGU 2017)
- data assimilation (EGU 2016)
- data-driven and hybrid techniques (EGU 2015)