Joint Session 57 Probabilistic Hydrometeorological Forecasting and Uncertainty Analysis, Part II

Thursday, 11 January 2018: 3:30 PM-5:00 PM
Room 18A (ACC) (Austin, Texas)
Hosts: (Joint between the 32nd Conference on Hydrology; and the 25th Conference on Probability and Statistics )
Huiling Yuan, Nanjing Univ., School of Atmospheric Sciences, Nanjing; Qingyun Duan, Beijing Normal Univ., College of Global Change and Earth System Science, Beijing and Kristie J. Franz, Iowa State Univ., Geological and Atmospheric Sciences, Ames, IA

The 32nd Conference on Hydrology is hosting a joint session with the 25th Conference Probability and Statistics on probabilistic hydrometeorological forecasting and uncertainty analysis. Over the last several decades, substantial progresses have been achieved in probabilistic hydrometeorological forecasting theories and applications. However, significant challenges still exist in assessing the quality and uncertainty of complex hydrometeorological processes and improving hydrometeorological predictions, especially high-impact hydrometeorological events. This session solicits papers that focus on, but are not limited to, (1) addressing uncertainty in hydrometeorological forecasting from different sources in both offline and couple systems, and (2) hydrometeorological ensemble forecasting methods. The former might include uncertainties in forcing data (quantitative precipitation estimation, meteorological forcing data, and so on), initial conditions (such as soil moisture and heterogeneous geographical conditions), parameters, model structure (physics), calibration, and statistical postprocessing of hydrometeorological model output, and innovative methods for assessing uncertainty information from observations to modeling and postprocessing processes. The latter emphasizes integrated ensemble methods to improve individual hydrologic and atmospheric models, or coupled atmosphere–land–hydrology systems, verification methods to evaluate probabilistic hydrometeorological forecasting, and technologies to process systematic errors of hydrometeorological forecasting at different spatial and temporal scales.

3:30 PM
Developing Climate Services for Europe: The End-to-End Demonstrator for Improved Decision-Making in the Water Sector in Europe (EDgE)
Eric F. Wood, Princeton Univ., Princeton, NJ; and N. Wanders, M. Pan, J. Sheffield, L. Samaniego, S. Thober, R. Kumar, O. Rakovec, C. Prudhomme, M. Fry, and H. Houghton-Carr
4:00 PM
Ensemble Flood Forecasting Based on Ensemble Precipitation Forecasts and Distributed Hydrological Model
Hongjun Bao, National Meteorological Center, China Meteorological Administration, Beijing, China

Handout (2.5 MB)

4:15 PM
Probabilistic Verification of the National Water Model
Erin Towler, NCAR, Boulder, CO; and J. McCreight, A. Dugger, D. Gochis, K. M. Mahoney, and T. J. Mills
4:30 PM
A Multiscale Postprocessor for Ensemble Streamflow Prediction
Babak Alizadeh, Univ. of Texas, Arlington, TX; and D. J. Seo and H. Lee
4:45 PM
Assessing the Utility of Multiple Land Surface Models for Drought Simulation
Shugong Wang, NASA GSFC/SAIC, Greenbelt, MD; and S. V. Kumar, D. M. Mocko, C. D. Peters-Lidard, and Y. Xia
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