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DRIHM presents an interesting video explaining the objectives and best practices of the project

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The DRIHM project invited at ECRA Event

The DRIHM project has been invited at the ECRA pilot workshop "Changes in the Hydrological Cycle" on the 5th and the 6th of March 2012, in Rome, Italy. The schedule of the workshop can be found here.

In this context, the coordinator Dr. Antonio Parodi introduced the DRIHM project, see the presentation. The goals of the workshop will be to:

  • Review the present understanding of the variability and changes of the hydrological cycle in regions where strong ocean-atmosphere (i.e. cyclogenetic areas) or land-atmosphere (e.g. mountains) interactions take place
  • Review ongoing research activities and projects in the field
  • Discuss the limits and improvements in the observational system
  • Discuss model improving strategies
  • Identify critical knowledge gaps


The European Climate Research Alliance (ECRA) aims to strengthen, expand and optimise EU climate research capabilities through the sharing of world-class national facilities in Europe and the collaborative realisation of pan-EU programmes. National and European Climate change research programmes have to be streamlined and coordinated, in order to ensure optimum use of human resources, modelling capacities, field activities, and infrastructures, maximising therefore the impact of scientific results and reinforcing the European Research Area for climate change science. For more information, visit the ECRA web site.



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