EGU 2016 Session: Spatio-temporal and/or geostatistical analysis of hydrological events, extremes, and related hazards

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EGU 2016 Session: Spatio-temporal and/or geostatistical analysis of hydrological events, extremes, and related hazards

varuhaki
Dear colleagues,


The January 13th deadline for submitting abstracts to the EGU General Assembly 2015  is approaching.

Deadline for support applications December 1st 2015: http://egu2016.eu/support_and_destinction.html

If you are making plans to visit Vienna this spring (conference dates: April 17-22, 2016), please consider submitting your abstract to the following session:

HS3.2/NH1.26  Session: Spatio-temporal and/or geostatistical analysis of hydrological events, extremes, and related hazards


This session has a broad scope and the topics of interest are expected to include the following non-exclusive list of subjects:

1. Spatio-temporal methods for the analysis of hydrological, environmental and climate anomalies and/or related hazards.

2. New and innovative geostatistical applications in spatial modeling, spatio-temporal modeling, spatial reasoning and data mining.

3. Spatio-temporal and/or geostatistical methods with reduced computational complexity suitable for large-size hydrological problems.

4. Spatio-temporal dynamics of natural events (e.g. morphological changes, spatial displacement phenomena, other).

5. Generalization and optimization of spatial models including monitoring networks optimization.

6. Applications of copulas on the identification of spatio-temporal relationships.

7. Spatial switching and/or ensemble of models.

8. Spatial analysis and predictions using Gaussian and non-Gaussian models.

9. Spatial and spatio-temporal covariance application revealing links between hydrological variables and extremes.

10. Prediction on regions of unobserved or limited data where gridded and point simulated data from physical-based models is available.

11. Generalized extreme value distributions used to model extremes for spatial event analysis.

12. (Geostatistical) characterization of uncertainties.

13. Bayesian Geostatistical Analysis.


Abstract deadline is January 13th, 2016 (1300 CET)


For further information on session details and submission, please refer to:

http://meetingorganizer.copernicus.org/EGU2016/session/20237

 

We look forward to your contribution and to an exciting meeting in Vienna.

On behalf of the Organizing Committee: Gerald A Corzo P,   Mikhail Kanevski,   Andràs Bàrdossy,   Dionissios Hristopulos,   Emmanouil Varouchakis,   Sophie Bachmair

Regards

Emmanouil
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Dr. Emmanouil Varouchakis
BSc Chem. Eng., MSc Clean Tech.,  
MSc Geotech. & Env., PhD Geostatistics

Specialized Teaching Personnel
Lab of Geoenvironmental Engineering
Department of Environmental Engineering
Technical University of Crete
University Campus
Chania, 73100
Greece
Tel: +30 28210 37803
Email: varuhaki@mred.tuc.gr