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https://doi.org/10.5194/egusphere-2022-966
https://doi.org/10.5194/egusphere-2022-966
 
30 Sep 2022
30 Sep 2022
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A comprehensive open-source course for teaching applied hydrological modelling in Central Asia

Beatrice Sabine Marti, Aidar Zhumabaev, and Tobias Siegfried Beatrice Sabine Marti et al.
  • hydrosolutions GmbH, Zurich, Switzerland

Abstract. Numerical modelling is often used for climate impact studies in water resources management. It is, however, not yet highly accessible to many students of hydrology in Central Asia. One big hurdle for new learners is the scripting requirement for the preparation of relevant data prior to the actual modelling. We present a robust, open-source workflow and comprehensive teaching material that aims at bridging the gap between theoretical hydrological modelling know how and applied modelling for climate impact studies in Central Asia. The teaching material has been refined during two consecutive years and is being taken up by several professors teaching hydrological modelling in Central Asia.

Beatrice Sabine Marti et al.

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Numerical modelling is often used for climate impact studies in water resources management. It is, however, not yet highly accessible to many students of hydrology in Central Asia. One big hurdle for new learners is the preparation of relevant data prior to the actual modelling. We present a robust, open-source workflow and comprehensive teaching material that can be used by teachers as well as by students for self study.