Evaluation of hydrological processes as evapotranspiration, runoff, routing and infiltration require data as precipitation, flow, temperature and radiation on a daily basis. Required data for hydrological modeling need to be accurate and must be completed over the study period. It
We planned for one day and a half of presentations but eventually we occupied also the whole second day. Here below, please find the presentations and the videos of the second THAD. Also for this second day some remarkable guests:
It happens that you have colleagues-friends that work on the same subject you do and live few meters from you and you jokes with them at the cafeteria, talk of everything but rarely on what you are doing in research.
The GEOframe Summer School, actually held in Autumn this year, is intended to cover the the (distributed)-process-based hydrological modelling possible in the GEOframe system. This year the distributed part was not so developed because the focus was on the 1D
@ The Italian Hydrological Society Hydrology days, Concetta D’Amato presented her work on the LysGEO model. As some knows LysGEO put together the WHETGEO 1D component with the (revised) Prospero component. The first estimates infiltration, the second performs evaporation and
Until now we had limited options to provide specific support in groundwater modeling. We know that modeling requires the review of extensive documentation and practical work with the software and sometimes or most times we don’t have the time to