M-AARE - Coupling atmospheric, hydrological, hydrodynamic and damage models in the Aare river basin, Switzerland

@inproceedings{Zischg2016MAAREC,
  title={M-AARE - Coupling atmospheric, hydrological, hydrodynamic and damage models in the Aare river basin, Switzerland},
  author={Andreas Paul Zischg and G. Felder and R. Weingartner and J. J. G{\'o}mez and Veronika R{\"o}thlisberger and D. Bernet and O. R{\"o}ssler and C. Raible and M. Keiler and O. Martius},
  year={2016}
}
  • Andreas Paul Zischg, G. Felder, +7 authors O. Martius
  • Published 2016
  • Geography
  • The triggering mechanism and the temporal evolution of large flood events, especially of worst-case scenarios, are not yet fully understood. Consequently, the cumulative losses of extreme floods are unknown. To study the link between weather conditions, discharges and flood losses it is necessary to couple atmospheric, hydrological, hydrodynamic and damage models. The objective of the M-AARE project is to test the potentials and opportunities of a model chain that relates atmospheric… CONTINUE READING

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