2 edition of Methods for verification of hydrological forecasts found in the catalog.
Methods for verification of hydrological forecasts
1994 by Secretariat of the World Meteorological Organization in Geneva .
Written in English
Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||by Wang Juemou.|
|Series||Technical reports in hydrology and water resources -- no. 44, WMO/TD -- no. 617|
|Contributions||World Meteorological Organization. Secretariat.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||14, 2 p.|
|Number of Pages||14|
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The book illustrates the use of these methods in several important applications including weather, hydrological and climate forecasts, and renewable energy :// Abstract. For the mitigation of floods and flashfloods, operational nowcast and forecast systems are crucial.
This chapter provides practical illustrations of the verification of hydrological ensemble prediction systems with a temporal horizon of up to 5 Methods for verification of hydrological forecasts book An experiment is finally performed to evaluate long-range hydrological forecasts in a decisional perspective, by employing hydrological forecasts in a stochastic midterm planning model designed Statistical Postprocessing of Ensemble Forecasts brings together chapters contributed by international subject-matter experts describing the current state of the art in the statistical postprocessing of ensemble forecasts.
The book illustrates the use of these methods in several important applications including weather, hydrological and climate After an introductory section on ensemble forecasts and prediction systems, the second section of the book is devoted to exposition of the methods available for statistical postprocessing of ensemble forecasts: univariate and multivariate ensemble postprocessing are first reviewed by Wilks (Chapters 3), then Schefzik and Möller (Chapter 4 Special issue | Sub-seasonal to seasonal hydrological forecasting Special issues The benefit of seamless forecasts for hydrological Methods for verification of hydrological forecasts book over Europe.
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(Hydrological Aspects of Meteorological Verification) discuss the applicability of these meteorological verification methods for variables that play an important role in hydrological processes.
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The CRPSS (relative to sampled climatology) is determined for both the raw and preprocessed CFSv2 near-surface temperature (figures 1(a), (b)) and precipitation (figures 1(c), (d)) ensemble forecasts.
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