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10th HyMeX Workshop, 4-7 July 2017, Barcelona, Spain
Updated 16.03.2017
The 10th hyMeX workshop will be hosted by the Water Research Institute (IdRA) and the Faculty of Physics from the University of Barcelona, from 4 to 7 July 2017. Short abstracts for oral or poster presentations are invited on heavy precipitation, flash-flood and vulnerabilities, Mediterranean cyclones, ocean circulation and dense water formation, droughts and water resources. Contributions on recent advances in prediction and management of the water cycle, its link with renewable energy, its related hazards and their impacts, from nowcasting to climate scales, are also welcome. The abstracts can be submitted until 17 March 2017. Details on the HyMeX workshop are available here.

Recent publications
Linés, C., Werner, M. and Bastiaanssen, W., 2017: The predictability of reported drought events and impacts in the Ebro Basin using six different remote sensing data sets. Hydrology and Earth System Sciences Discussions, 2017, 1-24.
Herrmann, M., Auger, P.-A., Ulses, C. and Estournel, C., 2017: Long-term monitoring of ocean deep convection using multisensors altimetry and ocean color satellite data. Journal of Geophysical Research: Oceans.
Davolio, S., Henin, R., Stocchi, P. and Buzzi, A., 2017: Bora wind and heavy persistent precipitation: atmospheric water balance and role of air-sea fluxes over the Adriatic Sea. Quarterly Journal of the Royal Meteorological Society. (QJ-16-0292.R1)

HyMeX in brief
HyMeX aims at a better understanding, quantification and modelling of the hydrological cycle in the Mediterranean, with emphasis on the predictability and evolution of extreme weather events, inter-annual to decadal variability of the Mediterranean coupled system, and associated trends in the context of global change. The multidisciplinary research and associated database developed within HyMeX aim to improve the observational and modelling systems, better predict extreme events, simulate the long-term water-cycle, and provide guidelines for adaptation measures.
Upcoming events
SIMED annual meeting
23-24 March 2017, Marseilles
European Geosciences Union, General Assembly 2017
23-28 April 2017, Vienna
10th HyMeX International Workshop
4-7 July 2017, Barcelona
HyMeX mid-term review

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