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  Information - HS10 Hydrological modelling and software : Poster session

Event Information
For this poster session, we invite contributions to present communications on both old well-known and recent advances in hydrological modelling and software. We solicit also presentations with material available in electronic form. This material may be, for example, demonstrations on micro-computer of software, simulations of environmental models, animations, graphical images, etc.

It seeks presentation of generic techniques and issues in specific sectors of hydrology :
- Analysis of hydrological data;
- Geographical information system;
- Remote sensing, satellite data and image processing;
- Mathematical, numerical and statistical modelling;
- Delineation of homogeneous landscape units;
- Procedures for model parametrization, calibration and validation;
- Hydrological processes models;
- Hydrological tools for water and environmental management.

Preliminary List of Solicited Speakers


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