IMDROFLOOD: Improving Drought and Flood Early Warning, Forecasting and Mitigation using real-time hydroclimatic indicators

Strengthen drought and flood forecasting and early warning is essential to improve adaptation to climate change. IMDROFLOOD plans different actions to improve the mitigation of the impact of droughts and floods at the catchment level. All these actions will be implemented in different catchments of Europe and South Africa, covering contrasted environmental conditions and specific problematic. IMDROFLOOD will make use of currently available information sources on meteorological, hydrological and remote sensing data to generate new information relevant for flood and drought risk management. More

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Source https://imdroflood.csic.es/
Maintainer Domínguez-Castro Fernando
Last Updated August 28, 2019, 10:53 (UTC)
Created November 21, 2018, 10:00 (UTC)
Acronym IMDROFLOOD
Project Coordinator Vicente-Serrano Sergio
Partner 1 Ricardo Trigo - Fundação da Faculdade de Ciências da Universidade de Lisboa (FFCUL) - Portugal
Partner 2 Chris Reason - University of Cape Town - South AfricA
Partner 3 Roxana Bojariu - National Meteorological Administration - Romania
Partner 4 Jaak Jaagus - University of Tartu - Estonia
Partner 5 Boris Boincean - Research Institute of Field Crops "Selectia" - RIFC - Moldova
Partner 6 Jainme Ribalaygua - Farisa Asesores y Consultores S.L. - Spain
Partner 7 Luis Gimeno - University of Vigo - Spain