Hydro-JULES  Summer School 2022- Keynote Talks

Hydro-JULES Summer School 2022- Keynote Talks

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The Hydro-JULES Summer School 2022. Listen to key note talks by a cross-section of Hydro-JULES scientists.

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The Hydro-JULES project will be running a Summer School from 11th - 15th July 2022. This will be a fantastic opportunity to bring together a small group of undergraduate and post-graduate students, and early-career scientists from all over the globe to refine their skills in land-surface and hydrological prediction. The school will teach introduce cutting edge developments in the fields of water and the environment, land surface science, water resources, ecology, hydrometeorology, biogeochemistry and other related research areas. Students will develop an understanding of the principles of hydrological systems at large catchment, continental, and global scales, and be able to apply it in local projects all round the world.

Coordinated and delivered via an online platform the Summer School will feature keynote talks by a cross-section of Hydro-JULES scientists, as well as three Virtual Field Trips to learn more about high-performance computing, remote-controlled river sampling and eddy covariance measurements using a flux tower.

The following key note talks will be available to the scientific community as part of our public outreach programme.

TUESDAY 12th July

0900-0930 Controls of evaporation from above and below the surface (Eleanor Blyth, UK CEH)

0930-1000 The importance of observations in understanding past, present and future hydrological variability (Jamie Hannaford, UK CEH)

1000-1030 Q&A

WEDNESDAY 13th July

0900-0930 Modelling groundwater at the British mainland scale - so far so good? A summary of the current progress and the challenges to come (Andrew Hughes, BGS)

0930-1000 Groundwater interactions with the land surface fluxes. Introduction of a Dynamic GWater Scheme into the JULES LSM (Sarah Collins, BGS)

1000-1030 Q&A

THURSDAY 14th July

0900-0915 Combining JULES with observations to improve soil moisture estimates (Elizabeth Cooper, UK CEH)

0915-0930 Soil moisture monitoring from space (Maliko Tanguy, UK CEH)

0930-0945 Innovations in predicting inundation and flooding in the Hydro-JULES project (Toby Marthews, UK CEH)

0945-1000 Data Assimilation for Hydrological Forecasting (Michael Eastman, UK CEH)

1000-1030 Q&A

For more information about the project please visit our webpage -https://hydro-jules.org/

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