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Équipe Hydrologie des bassins versants

Catchment Hydrology research group
Irstea – Antony (France)
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New R package: airGRteaching 0.2.3.2

Teaching Hydrological Modelling with the GR Rainfall-Runoff Models (‘Shiny’ Interface Included)

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Nos doctorants lors des journées de l’école doctorale Géosciences Ressources Naturelles et Environnement

les 19 et 20 mars 2019

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HYDRO @ EGU 2019

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Catchment Hydrology research group at Irstea in Antony

Our research focuses on the development of hydrological models to represent river basin processes (in particular, models for the simulation of the rainfall-runoff relationship), as well as on the development of methodologies for the application of the models in  operational hydrology.

Our main scientific and technical objectives are:

  • to develop reliable models for the representation of the hydrological behaviour of catchments (gauged or ungauged catchments),
  • to develop methods to forecast hydrological hazards (floods, droughts) and estimate statistical streamflow descriptors,
  • to evaluate the impacts of global changes (human activities and climate change) in hydrology,
  • to develop methods for transferring tools and methodologies to operational services and engineering consultancy firms in hydrology, adapting them to their different needs.

The team is part of the HYCAR Research Unit (Anthropised Continental Hydrosystems – Resources, Risks, Restoration) of Irstea’s Water Department. Irstea (National  Research Institute of Science and Technology for Environment and Agriculture) is a public institute of scientific and technological research (EPST), under the double supervision of the Ministries in charge of research and agriculture in France.

Contact:

Head of the HYDRO team: Charles PERRIN