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Hydrologists and water resources professionals to share expertise at SANCIAHS

by Aurecon Group Brand (Pte) Ltd.  (Aug. 25, 2014)

Aurecon is a sponsor of the 17th SANCIAHS (South African National Committee for the International Association of Hydrological Sciences) National Hydrology Symposium, which will be held in Cape Town on 1-3 September 2014. “The event is a premier gathering of hydrologists, academics, government agencies, and water resources professionals to ...

Summer course on hydrological modelling

by SMHI International Consulting Services  (Aug. 21, 2014)

SMHI provides pan-European water information based on their hydrological model system, E-HYPE (European HYdrological Predictions for the Environment). During the summer, 20 people from six European countries gathered at SMHI to find out more about the model results. The course focused on hydrological modelling of continental Europe and the ...

Rik van den Bosch appointed as Director ISRIC – World Soil Information

by Wageningen University and Research Centre  (Jun. 11, 2014)

Rik van den Bosch (1965) graduated in 1990 from Wageningen University as an Environmental Scientist, with a strong emphasis on soil chemistry, soil physics, hydrology and tropical soil science. Between 1991 and 2007 he worked a.o. for Alterra as researcher and project leader on soil and water management in Africa and Asia. His work initially ...

DOE-Sponsored Project Shows Huge Potential for Carbon Storage in Wyoming

by US Department of Energy  (Jun. 3, 2014)

The Wyoming Rock Springs Uplift could potentially store 14 to 17 billion metric tons of carbon dioxide (CO2), according to results from a Department of Energy-sponsored study. This is equal to 250 to 300 years’ worth of CO2 emissions produced by the Wyoming’s coal-fired power plants and ...

New online portal uses valuable Cranfield soils data

by Cranfield University  (Apr. 15, 2014)

The UK Soil Observatory (UKSO), a new online portal launched on Friday, provides free access to national UK soils data and its research for those who have an interest in soil and soil related matters. Bringing together valuable data from several institutions across the UK, the portal includes information from Cranfield ...

A hydrological network for open source codes under development

by SMHI International Consulting Services  (Nov. 12, 2013)

Considerable interest is being shown in hydrological models with open source codes, which users are free to continue developing. The Swedish Meteorological and Hydrological Institute’s (SMHI) hydrological model HYPE is being developed with open source codes so that researchers all over the world will be able to develop models in cooperation. ...

McGurk Hydrologic joins as an Affiliate Member

by KISTERS group  (Jun. 15, 2012)

KISTERS North America, Inc., a leading provider of advanced hydrological data management tools, announces the addition of McGurk Hydrologic as a key affiliate of KISTERS North America.  McGurk Hydrologic provides runoff forecasting, hydrologic simulation modeling, environmental review, and water and land management services to a wide range of ...

Hydrological history improves understanding

by WaterLink International  (Dec. 7, 2010)

Once lost in the mists of time, the colonial hydrology of the northeast US has been reconstructed by a team of geoscientists, biological scientists and social scientists. The findings provide a new way of uncovering the hydrology of the past and will lead to a better understanding of hydrologic systems now and in the future, the scientists say. ...

Prize to article in Hydrology Research

by SMHI International Consulting Services  (Oct. 3, 2012)

Researchers at SMHI received the award for the best article in the journal Hydrology Research. The article describes how information from climate simulations can be adapted to develop scenarios for water flow and water balance in a future climate. The journal "Hydrology Research" is the official journal of the Nordic Association for ...

Successful start for Hydrological Open Source Community

by SMHI International Consulting Services  (Jan. 17, 2012)

The HYPE Open Source Community is now open to anyone interested in hydrology, for cooperative code development. The community was successfully launched recently. The international community for developing hydrological computational models is gaining momentum, and several teams from around the world have also chosen to use SMHI’s ...

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