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The distributed research infrastructure for hydrometeorology (DRIHM) project focuses on the development of an e-Science infrastructure to provide end-to-end hydrometeorological research (HMR) services (models, data, and postprocessing tools) by exploiting HPC, Grid and Cloud facilities. In particular, the DRIHM infrastructure supports the execution and(More)
1. EXTENDED ABSTRACT Floods are among the costliest and deadliest natural hazards, and their impacts are clearly accentuated by the climate change [1]. During the period 1975-2006 floods around the world were the major disaster in term of people affected and value of the damage [2]. The management of a flood event requires singling out the affected area,(More)
Predicting weather and climate and its impacts on the environment, including hazards such as floods and landslides, is one of the main challenges of the 21 st century with significant societal and economic implications. To advance the state of the art in forecasting extreme events, an effective collaboration with the Information and Communication Technology(More)
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