A novel method for downsizing the model parameter ensemble

Imagine you could use only three parameter sets of a hydrological model to represent the modelling uncertainty in the flood frequency analysis. Imagine how many more input scenarios could be then analysed at a lower computational cost. This study assists you in selecting such three parameter sets that could be assumed as representative for the full parameter ensemble.

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New session on multi-techniques at EGU21

Call for abstracts for a new session at the EGU General Assembly 2021!

Are you working with multi-dataset, multi-objective or multi-model techniques in hydrologic or water quality modelling?
Then our new HS2.3.7 session on Multi-dataset, multi-variable
and multi-objective techniques to improve prediction of hydrological
and water quality models organized together with David C. Finger & Alberto Montanari is just the right for you!

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