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: Fabrizio Fenicia (GS) and Christian Massari (GS)
|The view of Trento from the Mesiano terrace|
- Fabrizio Fenicia (remote), Behind every robust result is a robust method: Perspectives from a hydrological case study (Vimeo)
- Riccardo Rigon, Separating the destiny of evaporation and transpiration: The transpiration case (Vimeo)
- Concetta D’Amato, On modelling the interactions between the critical zone , the vegetation and the atmosphere (Vimeo)
- Giacomo Bertoldi, Hydrological data collection for the Alpine Drought Observatory
- Bruno Majone, Short-term optimization of storage hydropower systems” (Vimeo)
- Sameer Balaji Uttarwar, Improving Seasonal Hydrometeorological Forecasting to support Optimal Allocation of Water Resources in Alpine Watersheds (Vimeo)
- Andrea Galletti, Coping with the presence of Hydropower Systems in large scale Hydrological Modeling (Vimeo)
- Christian Massari (remote) – Understanding the benefits of sentinel-1 snow-depth retrieval on runoff estimation (Vimeo)
- Shima Azimi, Modeling water budget components in a karst area located in central Italy (Vimeo).
- Nerea Karmela Portillo de Arbeloa, Impacts of climate change on Transport processes along riverine environments (Vimeo).
Go to the first day