The DANUBIUS-RI initiative aims to establish a distributed, pan-European Environmental Research Infrastructure for advanced studies on River-Sea Systems. Its mission includes facilitating excellent science on the continuum from river source to sea, offering state-of-the art research infrastructure and providing the integrated knowledge required to manage and protect River-Sea Systems.
There are four nodes of DANUBIUS-RI: (1) Observation Node, (2) Analysis Node, (3) Modelling Node, and (4) Impact Node. Their combined ambitions are to
- Overcome the current fragmentation of science, knowledge, data and management in rivers and seas by integrating spatial, temporal, disciplinary and sectorial thinking.
- To provide scientific solutions to environmental and societal risks arising from global and climate change.
- Offer a source to sea perspective to resolve problems arising from human impacts on River-Sea Systems.
The explicit foci of the Modelling Node include developing modelling tools, linking socio-economic impacts, investigating future scenarios and providing expert support. The Modelling Node is organised into the following thematic working groups (WG):
- WG1 Spatially integrated models in River-Sea systems
- WG2 Interchange formats, standardization of input/output
- WG3 Post Processing
- WG4 Water quality and pollution modeling
At this webinar, in a series of lightning talks and a panel discussion, you will learn about the current status of the modelling activities in the DANUBIUS-RI, highlighting the potential for models to address critical environmental challenges. The community will discuss challenges faced and overcome, whilst sharing new developments and results.
We look forward to welcoming you at our webinar!
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- Thursday, 19 November, 2020: Delft3D User Days - Australian Time zone: Coast to Offshore
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- Thursday, 3 December 2020: EcoShape - Taking the stage in Building with Nature
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