Including Water Management in Large Scale Models

Sep 29 - 30, 2016 | Gif-sur-Yvette, France

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Including Water Management in Large Scale Models

A workshop co-sponsored by GLASS and GHP
Gif-sur-Yvette, France
28-30 September 2016



Chair: Martina Flörke

10:00-10:30 Introduction (Richard Harding, Jan Polcher)

10:30-11:00 Survey based agronomic statistics and their application for land and water usage quantification (Stefan Siebert)

11:00-11:30 Satellite Observations Reveal the Human Fingerprint on the Global Freshwater Landscape (Hyungjun Kim for Jay Famiglietti)

11:30-12:00 Irrigation techniques, their efficiency and their impact on water usage (Hester Biemans)

12:00-12:30 Economical and societal value of water and its management (Dave Wiberg)

12:30-13:00 The Ebro River: Same basin, different river (Pere Quintana Seguí)

13:00-14:30 Lunch

Chair: Taikan Oki

14:30-15:00 Water management challenges in the Indo-Gangetic Plain (Jimmy O’Keeffe)

15:00-15:20 Efficacy of adaptation measures to future water scarcity on a global scale (Sayaka Yoshikawa)

15:20-16:00 Break

16:00-16:20 Using satellite-based estimates of evapotranspiration and groundwater changes to determine anthropogenic water fluxes in land surface model (Min-Hui Lo)

16:20-17:20 Discussion led by Martina Flörke and Taikan Oki

Chair: Pere Quintana Seguí

17:20-17:50 Reservoir operation schemes in global hydrological models (Naota Hanasaki)


Chair: Pere Quintana Seguí

9:00-9:30 Human processes in global hydrological models (Martina Flörke)

9:30-10:00 Projecting water demands and allocation using generic hydroeconomic modeling (Patrice Dumas)

10:00-10:30 Large-scale modeling of groundwater resources: Insight from a comparison of model data and in-situ observations(Richard Taylor)

10:30-11:00 Break

11:00-11:30 How to represent human-water processes in land-surface models: Current state and ways forward (Ali Nazemi)

11:30-11:50 A sequential calibration modeling strategy for an operational semi-distributed river flow model over France (Alban de Lavenne)

11:50-12:10 Impact of groundwater withdrawals on surface-subsurface exchanges at the Seine basin scale (Nicolas Flipo)

12:10-12:40 Progress and challenges in irrigation modeling (Patricia Lawston)

12:40-13:00 A simple large-scale routing scheme for seasonal streamflow predictions that includes reservoir characteristics (Joshua Roundy)

13:00-14:30 Lunch

Chair: Aaron Boone

14:30-14:50 Toward water management in the SURFEX modeling platform (Clement Albergel)

14:50-15:10 Adding water management in the ORCHIDEE model (Xudong Zhou)

15:10-15:30 Introducing Human Influences in Land Surface Models at NCEP (Michael Ek)

15:30-16:00 Break

16:00-16:20 Towards including anthropogenic surfaces in the ECMWF model: A challenge for global EO datasets (Gianpaolo Balsamo)

16:20-16:40 Integrated Modelling of Hydrology and Water Management in a Land Surface-Hydrology Model (Saman Razavi)

16:40-17:00 Development of Offline Simulation Framework for Terrestrial Energy Water Cycles Incorporating Anthropogenic Processes(Hyungjun Kim)

17:00-17:20 Representation of irrigation water withdrawal in SiBUC (Kenji Tanaka)

17:20-17:40 Implementation of irrigation practices in a global scale land model (Marjolein van Huijgevoort)

17:40-18:30 Discussion led by Pere Quintana and Aaron Boone


Chair: Richard Harding

9:00-9:30 Current knowledge on landsurface/atmosphere interactions and hotspots for the impact of irrigation on atmospheric processes (Christopher Taylor)

9:30-10:00 Impact of anthropogenic water usage on sea-level (Taikan Oki)

10:00-10:30 Impact of climate change on water resources and interactions with human needs (Dieter Gerten)

10:30-11:00 Break

11:00-11:30 Impacts of Irrigation on the Climate of Southeastern Australia (Mark Decker)

11:30-12:00 Irrigation mitigates against local and regional heat extreme (Wim Thiery)

12:00-12:30 Water usage and demographic development (TBD)

13:00-14:30 Lunch

14:30-16:00 Discussion and planning of the cross-cut actions (Leads: Richard Harding and Jan Polcher)