|Project||Marie Curie European ToK Project on uncertainty analysis in water quality and quantity modelling - Part 1|
|Headed By||Dr. Michael Rode (Department Aquatic Ecosystem Analysis and Management)|
|Personnel||Dr. Daniela Balin|
|Funding||Marie Curie Scholarship, EU|
Due to increasing demands on river basin management, especially concerning legal requirements based on the Water Framework Directive, integrated river basin models have become an essential tool for practical concerns. Integrated models have largely increased in complexity due to the broad range of tasks requested. Both, the representation of natural processes in the model and the input data are associated with considerable uncertainties, which are propagated into model results and the quantification of these uncertainties has increasingly become important for evaluating model results and decision making.
The general objectives of Marie Curie European ToK Project are:
- to build up competence in stochastic simulation und uncertainty analysis
- to contribute to the development of integrated modelling tools