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ir. Arnejan van Loenen
|19 October 2020
Knowledge of flood risk is important to the flood forecasting process: there is no use making flood predictions for areas with low flood risk. On the other hand, higher risk locations require...
Simone De Kleermaeker
Sr. Researcher / consultant
|16 September 2020
2020 is the year of many firsts, including the first online delivery of the Australian Delft-FEWS User Days. In 8 2-hour online webinars spread across 4 weeks, we could share 2 international...
Advisor / Researcher
|7 May 2020
2019.02 New Features Webinar Complete
The 2019.02 New Features Webinar was an successful community event! We had 259 people from close to 50 countries attended the...
09 November 2020 - 09 November 2020 14:00 - 18:00 CET / CEST (Delft time, UTC+2) Online
14 July 2020 - 06 August 2020 Via Microsoft Teams
30 June 2020 9:30 - 11:30 Via link
Thanks Mathijs for answering. I was actually looking for a way to avoid doing all that stuff explicitely by means of transformations. So I still put hope into the import property...
Monika ThÃ¼l | 19 November 2020 | 41 Views
Hi Monika, I have never imported this specific sflux paramer in Delft-FEWS, but do recognize issues with forecasts that have larger time steps for longer lead times. You could use the option...
Matthijs Lemans | 16 November 2020 | 11 Views
Dear community, has anybody experience in importing (convective) precipitation from NOOA's "GFS sflux" to Delft-FEWS? We would like to use these data because of the finer grid. Precipitation is...
Monika ThÃ¼l | 13 November 2020 | 44 Views