The eWaterCycle II project will build and maintain an e-Infrastructure that allows for quick and safe inclusion of sub-models and model concepts into global hydrological models, leading to a better understanding of the Hydrological cycle. The foreseen e-infrastructure will have a number of unique advantages, including an ability for knowledge gap discovery, machine-assisted model curation, and easily changeable model parts.
Public Service Review: European Science & Technology - issue 10
We all watch the weather news and adjust our weekend plans accordingly. So why is there no ‘water news’?
Andrew Steer 23/09/2013
At the World Economic Forum in Davos this year, experts named water risk as one of the top four risks facing business in the twenty-first century.