About

The Topical Webinar Series hosted by the Core Modelling and Forecasting Team of the Global Water Futures program is a weekly event from May to August. In constrast to thematic webinars, this series highlights science advances from across the globe and aims to spur critical discusssions that will improve our understanding and capability in modelling and managing cold-region hydrology.

Schedule

Date

Topic Speaker
May 6, 2021
11:00-12:00 (CST)
Machine Learning in Hydrology Chaopeng Shen, Penn State University
May 13, 2021
11:00-12:00 (CST)
Numerical issues in land models Martyn Clark, University of Saskatchewan
May 27, 2021
11:00-12:00 (CST)
Advances in ice-jam flood forecasting Karl-Erich Lindenschmidt, University of Saskatchewan
June 3, 2021
11:00-12:00 (CST)
Hydrological modeling in high mountains of Central Asia Zhihua He, University of Saskatchewan
June 10, 2021
11:00-12:00 (CST)
All that glitters is not gold: error compensation in climate models Alejandro Di Luca, Université du Québec à Montréal
June 17, 2021
11:00-12:00 (CST)
Advances in large-domain hydrometeorological modeling and prediction to support water management Andy Wood, National Centre for Atmospheric Research
June 24, 2021
11:00-12:00 (CST)
Snow mass remote sensing: current capabilities and future opportunities Chris Derksen, Environment and Climate Change Canada
July 8, 2021
11:00-12:00 (CST)
Spatial droughts and floods: understanding, modeling, and prediction Manuela Brunner, University of Freiburg
July 15, 2021
11:00-12:00 (CST)
Collaborative and reproducible modeling Jerad Bales, CUAHSI
July 22, 2021
11:00-12:00 (CST)
Advances in stochastic methods in hydrometeorology Simon Papalexiou, University of Saskatchewan
July 29, 2021
11:00-12:00 (CST)
Vanishing weekly hydropeaking cycles in American and Canadian regulated rivers Stephen Dery, University of Northern British Columbia
August 5, 2021
11:00-12:00 (CST)
TBD Nandita Basu, University of Waterloo
August 12, 2021
11:00-12:00 (CST)
The quality and value of hydrological forecasts and predictions Maria-Helena Ramos, INRAE, France
August 19, 2021
11:00-12:00 (CST)
Making the most out of models and observations for a better portrait of snow in Quebec and Canada Marie-Amélie Boucher, Université de Sherbrooke
August 26, 2021
11:00-12:00 (CST)
Hydrological data assimilation Hamid Moradkhani, University of Alabama
September 2, 2021
11:00-12:00 (CST)
TBD Joe Melton, Environment and Climate Change Canada

Webinar Recordings

May 6: Machine learning in hydrology

May 13: Numerical issues in land models

May 27: Advances in Ice-jam Flood Forecasting

June 03: Hydrologic modeling in high mountains of Central Asia

June 10: Error Compensation in Climate Models

June 17: Advances in large-domain hydro-meteorological modelling

June 24: Informing Cold Regions Hydrology from Space

July 8: Spatial droughts and floods: understanding, modeling, and prediction

July 15: Collaborative and reproducible modeling

July 22: Advances in Stochastic Modelling: From univariate to space-time simulations in hydrometeorology

July 29: Vanishing weekly hydropeaking cycles in American and Canadian rivers

Registration

Please email prabin.rokaya@usask.ca for registration.