Hydrofractals '13

Hydrofractals '13

The scope of Hydrofractals '13 is to bring together theorists, modelers, practitioners, end-users and policy-makers to assess the achievements of the past decade, discuss recent theoretical and operational developments and chart new paths for the future. Contributions are sought in all domains of hydrology, with particular emphasis on facets of uncertainty. Topics to be covered include stochastic models, statistical analysis methods and applications that emphasize scale invariance. In particular, we invite contributions on space-time modeling, statistical downscaling techniques, extreme analysis, drainage basin form and processes, fusion of remotely sensed data and in-situ measurements, predictability and forecasting, anomalous transport and dispersion of pollutants.