DEWFORA meeting

The DEWFORA meeting took place took place between 4 to 5 October 2011

Description

The aim of the meeting is to coordinate the work within work package 4 (Drought forecasting). In addition it aims to coordinate knowledge exchange between WP4 and the case study leaders of WP6.

http://www.ecmwf.int/en/research/projects/dewfora

Presentations

Tuesday 4 October  
WP4 
 

Meteorological drought forecasting (monthly to seasonal forecasting) at regional and continental scale Report and Data 

Willem A Landman (CSIR)

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Meteorological drought forecasting (monthly to seasonal forecasting) at regional and continental scale Report and Data 

Emanuel, Florian & Fredrik (ECMWF)

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Available continental scale hydrological models and their suitability for African drought forecasting

Maskey & Trambauer (UNESCO-IHE)

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Project outline: statistical analysis and forecasting of drought

Mathias Seibert (GFZ)

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WP6
 

Oumr Rbia Case Study 

Alaoui Si Bennasser (IAV)

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The Niger case Study

Samuel Fournet (PIK)

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The Nile case study

Mohamed Ahmed Ali (MWRI-NFC-NBCBN)

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Skill assessment of remote sensed and reanalysis rainfall for drought observation in the Zambezi 

Hessel Winsemius (Deltares)

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The Limpopo case study

David Love (WaterNet)

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Wednesday 5 October   
Special section on the current drought at the horn of Africa
 

Drought and rainfall variability in southern Africa: livelihood impacts and network responses

David Love (WaterNet)

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The connections of Pacific SST and drought over East Africa

Modathir Zaroug (DCER)

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Forecasting drought conditions (meteorology) – a case study on the horn of Africa

Emanuel, Florian & Fredrik (ECMWF)

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Monitoring drought with meteorological and remote sensing data – a case study on the horn of Africa 

Gustavo, Paulo & Jurgen (JRC)

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Generalized mapping-based precipitation calibration methodology for impacts modelling: a special look at the African regions 

Francesca (ECMWF)

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