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The research on floods supported by the European Commission up to date. 2nd EAST-WEST Innovation Forum Floods: Danger, Strategies, Solutions 5-6 June 2003, Warsaw, Poland Panagiotis Balabanis DG Research [email protected] Three decades of EU flood related research.
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2nd EAST-WEST Innovation Forum
Floods: Danger, Strategies, Solutions
5-6 June 2003, Warsaw, Poland
Near real time flood forecasting, warning and management system based on satellite radar images, hydrological and hydraulic models and in-situ data.
Coordinator: Dr. Tore Guneriussen, NORUT, Tromsø, Norway
The main objective of this project is to
develop, demonstrate and validate a
prototype information system for cost effective
near-real time flood forecasting, warning and management
using EO data,
in particular space borne Synthetic Aperture Radar data, hydrological and hydraulic models and in-situ data.
Real-time Flood Decision Support System Integrating Hydrological, Meteorological and Radar Technologies
Water Resources Division
DHI Water & Environment
The FLOODRELIEF project aims
CARPE DIEM aims to improve the quality of flood forecasting for small and medium size catchments developing an innovative methodology to exploit radar data (Doppler moment, reflectivity and polarisation information) in order to enhance rainfall estimation and prediction.
Microwave Attenuation as a New Tool for Improving Stormwater SupervisionAdministration
Professor Chris Collier, University of Salford, United Kingdom
European Satellite Rainfall Analysis and Monitoring at the Geostationary
V. Levizzani, National Council of Research, Institute of Atmospheric and Climate Sciences, Italy
What is the main purpose?
Develop new satellite rainfall estimation methods at the geostationary scale for an operational use in short and very short range weather monitoring and forecasting.
Mitigation of Climate Induced Natural Hazards
Paul Samuels, HR Wallingford Ltd, United Kingdom
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