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First 718 results for ” E Botek”

  1. Propagation of uncertainty from observing systems and NWP into hydrological models: COST-731 Working Group 2

    The COST-731 action is focused on uncertainty propagation in hydro-meteorological forecasting cha...

    M Zappa, K Beven, M Bruen, A Cofino, K Kok, E Martin, P Nurmi, B Orfila, E Roulin, A Seed, K Schroter, J Szturc, B Vehvilainen, U Germann, A Rossa | Status: published | Journal: Atmos. Sci. Lett. | Volume: 11 | Year: 2010 | First page: 83 | Last page: 91 | doi: 10.1002/asl.248

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  2. Agile Development in Meteorological R&D: Achieving a Minimum Viable Product in a Scrum Work Setting

    In the Agile Way of Working (AoW) a group of developers jointly work to efficiently realize a pro...

    WJ Som de Cerff, J van de Vegte, R Boers, T Brandsma, MJ de Haij, WF van Moosel, JW Noteboom, GA Pagani, G van der Schrier | Status: submitted | Journal: BAMS | Year: 2018 | doi: doi:10.1175/BAMS-D-17-0273.1

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  3. From proof-of-concept to proof-of-value: Approaching third-party data to operational workflows of national meteorological services

    National meteorological services (NMS) are limited by practical and financial boundaries in the n...

    Irene Garcia-Marti Aart Overeem Jan Willem Noteboom Lotte de Vos Marijn de Haij Kirien Whan | Journal: International Journal of Climatology | Year: 2022 | First page: 1 | Last page: 18 | doi: 10.1002/joc.7757

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  4. Multi-model ensemble analysis of the ETEX-2 experiment

    S Potemski, S Galmarini, R Addis, Astrup, Bader, Bellasio, R Bianconi, F Bonnardot, R Buckley, R D\'Amours, A van Dijk, G Geertsema, A Jones, P Kaufmann, U Pechinger, C Persson, E. Polreich, , M Prodanova, L. Robertson, J Soernsen, D. Dyrakov | Status: accepted | Journal: Atmos. Environm. | Year: 2008

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  5. Global quieting of high-frequency seismic noise due to COVID-19 pandemic lockdown measures

    Human activity causes vibrations that propagate into the ground as high-frequency seismic waves. ...

    T Lecocq, S Hicks, K van Noten, K van Wijk, P Koelemeijer, RSM de Plaen, F Massin, G Hillers, JD Assink, OFC den Ouden, LG Evers, MR Koymans, S Shani Kadmiel, R Sleeman | Status: published | Journal: Science | Volume: 369 | Year: 2020 | First page: 1338 | Last page: 1343 | doi: 10.1126/science.abd2438

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