The workshop saw participants from Universities and research institutes in Sweden (KTH, LTU), France (CEMAGREF) together with representatives from the water power industry in Sweden (Vattenfall, Vattenregleringsföretagen) and Norway (Statkraft).
The workshop started on Thursday afternoon with a number of presentations which dealt with different aspects of snow modelling. See below for detailed programme. The documentation can be found in the column to the right.
The Friday was dedicated to discussions about different ways to improve the modelling of snow, and consequently reduce the error in spring flood predictions. Friday’s discussion was summarised in a white paper on snow modelling.
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Program the 27th of January
13:00 – 13:30 Angela Lundberg
Improving Precipitation Phase LTU Determination through Air Mass Boundary Identification
13:30: – 14:00 David Gustafsson
Snow melt runoff simulations using KTH ensemble Kalman filter assimilation of distributed snow data
14:00 – 14:30 Vazken Andreassian
What are the minimal ingredients of a CEMAGREF generalist snowmelt-snow accumulation routine?
15:00 – 15:30 Göran Lindström
A systematic review of sensitivities in the SMHI Swedish flood-forecasting system with emphasis on snow modeling
15:30 – 15:45 Barbro Johansson
Test of snow routine from swiss HBV in SMHI Överuman
15:45 – 16:00 Lars Marklund
The use of earth observation technology to SMHI improve the characterization ice and snow
16:00 – 16:30 Patrick Samuelsson
Modelling of snow in NWP and climate SMHI models