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Propagation of uncertainty from observing systems and NWP into hydrological models: COST-731 Working Group 2

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  • Massimiliano Zappa
  • Keith J. Beven
  • Michael Bruen
  • Antonio S. Cofino
  • Kees Kok
  • Eric Martin
  • Pertti Nurmi
  • Bartlome Orfila
  • Emmanuel Roulin
  • Kai Schroeter
  • Alan Seed
  • Jan Szturc
  • Bertel Vehvilainen
  • Urs Germann
  • Andrea Rossa
Journal publication date04/2010
JournalAtmospheric Science Letters
Journal number2
Volume11
Number of pages9
Pages83-91
Original languageEnglish

Abstract

The COST-731 action is focused on uncertainty propagation in hydrometeorological forecasting chains. Goals and activities of the action Working Group 2 are presented. Five foci for discussion and research have been identified: (1) understand uncertainties, (2) exploring, designing and comparing methodologies for the use of uncertainty in hydrological models, (3) providing feedback on sensitivity to data and forecast providers, (4) transferring methodologies among the different communities involved and (5) setting up test-beds and perform proof-of-concepts. Current examples of different perspectives on uncertainty propagation are presented. Copyright (C) 2010 Royal Meteorological Society