Our latest paper has been published in Geophysical Research Letters:
Slater L., Villarini G., Archfield S., Faulkner, D., Lamb R., Khouakhi A., Yin J.,
Global Changes in 20-year, 50-year and 100-year River Floods, Geophysical Research Letters, doi:10.1029/2020GL091824
We’re delighted to announce that the ‘Using R in Hydrology’ workshop will be running again (for a second year) at EGU 2018!
The session is organised in cooperation with the
Young Hydrologic Society (YHS) and materials will be made available on the YHS GitHub page (rhydro_EGU18).
Convener: Louise Slater
Co-Conveners: Shaun Harrigan, Claudia Vitolo, Tobias Gauster, Alexander Hurley, Guillaume Thirel.
Introduction to the short course – Louise Slater
Accessing hydrological data using web APIs (a demo of the rnrfa package) – Claudia Vitolo
Extracting netCDF climate data for hydrological analyses (reading and visualising gridded data) – Louise Slater
Processing, modelling and visualising hydrological data in R (tidyverse; piping, mapping and nesting) – Alexander Hurley
Hydrological modelling and teaching modelling (airGR and airGRteaching) – Guillaume Thirel
Typical hydrological tasks in R (List columns, Leaflet and coordinate transformation, Open Street Maps) – Tobias Gauster
The session is aimed at researchers who are interested in hearing more about R as well as those who are advanced R programmers wanting to discuss recent developments in an open environment.
We have just heard that our NERC/ESRC/DFID proposal on ‘Financial planning for natural disasters: the case of flood risk in Central Java’ was successful.
We will soon be advertising a two-year senior Research Associate (Postdoctoral) position to work on Flood risk and Financial planning (with me), starting early in 2018. Please do get in touch if you are interested. Advanced programming (R or Python) and GIS skills strongly desirable!