The course fee is EUR 500.
- The fee includes lunches and refreshments, but does not cover travel or accommodation.
- The course is limited to a maximum of 20 participants.
- Deadline for applications is Feb 15, 2018 but the course may be booked out earlier
- Participants are expected to organize their own travel and health insurance
- Interest in and basic knowledge of catchment scale hydrology
- Good programming skills (ability to write scripts, use functions, loops, etc)
- Good mathematical and statistical skills (able to carry out basic derivations, work with Gaussian pdf, etc)
- Participants are expected to bring their own laptops, with a programming language installed
- The course will be delivered in English; Exercise solutions will be demonstrated in Matlab
RegistryIf you want to register, you can do it here.
- Learn how to build a simple hydrological model (conceptual design and numerical implementation)
- Learn how to calibrate the hydrological model using basic Bayesian methods
- Learn how to estimate uncertainties in model parameters and predictions under basic assumptions
- Understand the basic techniques for predicting streamflow in ungauged basins
- Gain an appreciation of the value of field knowledge in environmental modelling (e.g. for the inference of dominant processes, diagnostic appraisal of model “realism”)
- Gain an understanding of the hydrology and catchment descriptors of Cantabria and North of Spain
- Preparatory material such as research articles and tutorials related to the workshop are available on request
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