Novel Model Approaches

November 15, 2022 / 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM ET

Venue/Location: Virtual


Carlos Erazo Ramirez
University of Iowa
Chung-Yi Lin
Lehigh University
Jason Regina & Austin Raney II
Ryan Johnson
Water Institute

Four speakers present tools for web based programming, models for coupled Natural Human systems, Python tools for evaluating Hydrologic models, and the National Snow Model

This webinar series highlights researchers and scientists who are developing open source tools for use within the water science community and across research disciplines, and explores the tools they have created. This series will feature 10 minute lightning talks from 13 different speakers who are actively working to create open source tools across a wide spectrum of use cases. Each session will feature 4 speakers, and include a question discussion period at the end.

Presentations Include:

  • Carlos Erazo Ramirez - HydroLang: An open-source web-based programming framework for hydrological sciences
  • Chung-Yi Lin - The Hydrological model for Coupled Natural-Human Systems (HydroCNHS)
  • Jason Regina & Austin Raney II - OWPHydroTools: Python-based tools for evaluating hydrological models
  • Ryan Johnson - Characterizing the state of the snowpack with the National Snow Model.