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We present first results of a coupled seasonal prediction modelling system that runs at monthly time steps for a small catchment in the Austrian Alps. Meteorological forecasts are obtained from the CFSv2 model which are downscaled to the Alpine Water balance And Runoff Estimation model AWARE. Initial conditions are obtained using the physically based, hydro-climatological snow model AMUNDSEN. In this way, ensemble simulations of the coupled model are compared to observations.
Articles | Volume 374
Proc. IAHS, 374, 143–150, 2016
https://doi.org/10.5194/piahs-374-143-2016
Proc. IAHS, 374, 143–150, 2016
https://doi.org/10.5194/piahs-374-143-2016

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17 Oct 2016

A snow and ice melt seasonal prediction modelling system for Alpine reservoirs

Kristian Förster et al.

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We present first results of a coupled seasonal prediction modelling system that runs at monthly time steps for a small catchment in the Austrian Alps. Meteorological forecasts are obtained from the CFSv2 model which are downscaled to the Alpine Water balance And Runoff Estimation model AWARE. Initial conditions are obtained using the physically based, hydro-climatological snow model AMUNDSEN. In this way, ensemble simulations of the coupled model are compared to observations.
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