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Format: Digital (Free)Science for Environment Policy, Issue 40. EEA, 2013Improved understanding of flash flooding could be achieved through post-flood observations, re-examination of weather radar data and the use of combined weather and hydrological modelling, according to the recent HYDRATE research project. This information can be used to improve flash flood forecasting.[article]
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Improved understanding of flash flooding could be achieved through post-flood observations, re-examination of weather radar data and the use of combined weather and hydrological modelling, according to the recent HYDRATE research project. This information can be used to improve flash flood forecasting.
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Vol. 90A - February 2012 - Special issue on recent development on climate models and future climate projections
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