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Site visit - Ny village and the Naives plain - Belgium AMICE officially approved First Project Steering Group meeting Progresses from WP1 Project Steering Group meeting report - First Payment Claim WP2 Partners share experience WP2 Partners share experience First ERDF subsidy received by AMICE project Work undertaken from German partners in the Rur sub-basin First edition of AMICE newsletter WorkPackage 1 follow-up meeting Meuse Symposium - the AMICE session Project Steering Group 3 - meeting report Third issue of Meuse and Climate AMICE Site Visit on Amel Amblève Actions 6 and 7 start WP1 report on the Analysis of climate change, high-flows and low-flows scenarios on the Meuse basin Summary : Analysis of climate change, high-flows and low-flows scenarios on the Meuse basin Updates on WP1 actions SICadapt! Cluster Kick-off Project Steering Group 5 Cluster Website and Expert Board Site Visit on the Rur reservoirs Meuse and Climate 4 presents the AMICE project s latests activities Project Steering Group 8 Meuse and Climate 5 International Symposium on Hydraulic Engineering Aachen (IWASA) climate impacts and climate proofed measures Project Steering Group n.7 First Workshop for the definition of AMICE Adaptation Strategy to Climate Change Second workshop for the definition of AMICE Adaptation Strategy to Climate Change AMICE Project Steering Group n°8 Costs of climate-change-induced floods in 2050 and 2100 Lessons learnt from the AMICE investments Wonder how the activities along the Meuse could be influenced by climate change ?
Les actualité du partenaire :
Lehr und Forschungsgebiet Ingenieur hydrologie
Rol in het project AMICE
One of LFI-RWTH‘s core competences is hydrological modelling, covering rainfall-runoff models, extreme value statistics, and alternative soft computing approaches.
In the scope of this project, the LFI will work on the quantitative basis for the risk calculations as well as on the methodological knowledge transfer on the calculation of low-flows and floods between the partners.
In detail, the contribution will be:
- Analysis of downscaling approaches of regional climate change to the hydrological scale, quantification of the hydrological impact in the Meuse basin
- Participation in finding common scenarios for future floods and low flows in the Meuse basin for all project partners
- Hydrological rainfall-runoff modelling in the Rur basin, extension of existing models and adaptation to the demands of low-flows estimation
- Investigation of low-flows and floods trends with hydrological models and extreme value statistics in the Rur river