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Hydrological Modelling for Assessing Climate Change Impacts at different Scales
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(Climate Change Impacts on the Water Balance - scales and uncertainties) - Klimaændringers indflydelse på vandbalancen - skalaer og usikkerheder

Final end-user seminar 20 March 2013 at Geocenter Copenhagen

At 20 March HYACINTS held its last dissemination seminar addressing end-users, presenting the results from and perspectives of the project. The seminar was mainly in Danish to attrack a broad range of listeners from the Danish environmental society. Both direct project results as well as spin-off projects, building on data and results from HYACINTS, were presented, arising lively discussions from the around 50 attendees. Have a look at the presentations, programme and list of participants: 

publikum enduser 2013 

Velkomst og introduktion til HYACINTS projektet. Jens Christian Refsgaard, GEUS

Downscaling of climate projections for Denmark and impacts on hydrology. Lauren P Seaby, GEUS

Geologisk usikkerhed - betydning for effekter af grundvandsindvinding og klimaændringer. Dorte Seifert, Alectia

Grundvandskort, KFT projekt. Hans Jørgen Henriksen, GEUS

Kobling af HIRHAM og MIKE SHE - resultater fra FIFE, USA. Søren Højmark Rasmussen, EnviDan

Kobling af HIRHAM og MIKE SHE - resultater fra Danmark. Morten Andreas Dahl-Larsen, IGN, KU

Perspektiver for klimamodellering. Jens Hesselbjerg Christensen, DMI.

Lokal gridforfining af regionale grundvandsmodeller, eksempler fra Ristrup Kildeplads. Troels Norvin Vilhelmsen, Geosciences, AU.  

MIKE SHE - FEFLOW kobling. Mike Butts, DHI.

Hydrologisk modellering af North China Plain. Michael Kristensen, Alectia.

Remote Sensing til estimering af nedbør og fordampning. Mads O Rasmussen, GRAS a/s

Perspektiver set fra en slutbrugers synspunkt. Dirk Müller-Wohlfeil, Naturstyrelsen.

Programme and list of participants.

Uncertainty in Climate Change Impacts on Water Resources

Seminar 10 September 2009 at Geocenter Copenhagen

At 10 September FIVA and HYACINTS arranged a successful joint seminar with 70 participants from research institutions, private companies, water management organisations and NGO´s.

Eight speakers presented and discussed new scientific methodologies on uncertainty assessments of particular relevance to climate change and water resources.

Have a look at the presentations, download the abstracts or a list of participants:

Uncertainty in hydrological modelling - terminology, methodologies and HYACINTS´contribution
Jens Christian Refsgaard, Geological Survey of Denmark and Greenland

Uncertainty and stochastic sensitivity analysis of the GeoPEARL pesticide leaching model
Gerard Heuvelink, Wageningen University, NL

Quantitative techniques for evaluating probability forecasts with observations, including examples from the U.S. National Weather Service
James Brown, National Weather Service, NOAA, USA

WATCH - Water and Global Change
Richard J. Harding, Centre of Ecology and Hydrology, UK

Uncertainty Concepts Applied by the IPCC
Kirsten Halsnæs, DTU Climate Centre, Risø

The role of uncertainty in adaptive water management
Hans Jørgen Henriksen, Geological Survey of Denmark and Greenland

Uncertainty in climate change impacts on freshwater ecosystems
Erik Jeppesen, NERI, Aarhus University

Uncertainty of climate change impacts on water resources in Denmark
Lieke van Roosmalen, Geological Survey of Denmark and Greenland

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Climate Change Impacts on Water Resources

Seminar 23 September 2008 at Geocenter Copenhagen

At 23 September FIVA and HYACINTS arranged a successful joint seminar with more than 70 participants from research institutions, private companies, water management organisations and NGO´s.

Seven speakers presented new scientific methodologies on topics such as downscaling of results from climate models, problems in use of climate model results as input to hydrological models, and uncertainty in predictions of climate change impacts.

Have a look at the presentations, download the abstracts or a list of participants:

Climate models: From projections to predictions of climate change
Jens Hesselbjerg Christensen, Danish Meteorological Institute

Linking climate change modelling to impacts studies: recent advances in downscaling techniques for hydrological modeling
Hayley J. Fowler, University of Newcastle

Coping with climate model biases in assessing climate change impacts to hydrology
Phil Graham, Swedish Meteorological and Hydrological Institute

Refinement of dynamically downscaled climate scenarios and hydrological modelling
Stein Beldring, Norwegian Water Resources and Energy Directorate

Climate change effects on groundwater and stream discharge in Denmark
Lieke van Roosmalen, University of Copenhagen

Uncertainty on climate change impact predictions
Jørgen E. Olesen, Faculty of Agricultural Science, University of Aarhus

HYACINTS – a new Danish research project
Jens Christian Refsgaard, Geological Survey of Denmark and Greenland

Questions for general discussion
Jens Christian Refsgaard, Geological Survey of Denmark and Greenland

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