Regional Workshop on Linking Regional Climate Model (RCM) Projections to Hydrological Models

24 to 26 June, 2013 , Beirut

 1. Event Details
Agenda
Information Note
Logistical Information Note
List of Participants
 2. Presentations
Session 1
IPCC CC scenarios-ESCWA
Present Climate Results for Arab Domain-ACSAD
RCM Projections-SMHI
RCM-uncertainty ensemble domain-SMHI
RICCAR Overview-ESCWA
Session 2
Data for hydro modelling-ACSAD
Intro to groundwater modelling-ACSAD
Intro to hydro modelling-Nasr
Projected changes in Nile flows-Egypt
Session 3
DBS bias correction method-SMHI
Intro to bias correction-SMHI
RHM-results for present climate-SMHI
Springflow simulator-Barada-ACSAD
Using test basin for calibration-ACSAD
Session 4
HEC-HMS training-ACSAD
HEC Training Excercise (Ar)
HEC Training Excercise (En)
Session 5
AWARENET-ESCWA
Fostering dialogue-WMO
GIS for CC impact assessment-Aljenaid
Overview of FAO-MOSAICC-FAO
RS+GIS for CC impact assessment-Ghoneim
WEAP for CC impact assessment-ACSAD






The third workshop in the series of project workshops that support the capacity building and institutional strengthening pillar of the Regional Initiative for the Assessment of the Impact of Climate Change on Water Resources and Socio-Economic Vulnerability in the Arab Region (RICCAR) was held during the period 26-28 June 2013 at the UN-House in Beirut in collaboration with LAS, ACSAD, SMHI, ISDR, WMO. This regional workshop built on the outcomes of the second Regional Workshop on RCM Applications and Analysis that was held in July 2012 and aimed at presenting and discussing the approach followed in RICCAR to link the outputs of the climate modeling projections to the regional hydrological models. Preliminary modelling results were presented by the project partners and discussed with the workshop participants. In addition, hand-on training was provided on the use and application of hydrological models.






 

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