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HYACINTS
Hydrological Modelling for Assessing Climate Change Impacts at different Scales
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The HYACINTS project includes four PhD projects:

Coupling of meteorological and hydrological models for climate modelling
PhD student: Søren Højmark Rasmussen, Danish Meteorological Institute. Søren started his PhD at 11 August 2008 and successfully defended his thesis 17 August 2012. See portrait of Søren here.

Modeling groundwater flow in geological complex areas using Local Grid Refinement, combined parameterization methods, and joint inversion. 
PhD student: Troels Norvin Vilhelmsen, Department of Earth Science, Aarhus University. Troels started his PhD at 1 October 2008 and successfully defended his thesis 16 November 2012. See portrait of Troels here.

Uncertainty on hydrological change
PhD student: Lauren Paige Seaby, Geological Survey of Denmark and Greenland. Lauren started her PhD at 14 September 2009. See portrait of Lauren here.

Coupled climate-hydrological model for Denmark
PhD student: Morten Andreas Dahl Larsen, Institute of Geography and Geology, University of Copenhagen. Morten started his PhD at 1 December 2009. See portrait of Morten here.


 

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