Graph of long-tail data.

How long is the tail of hydrometry? A solution for the gap between data availability and the impacts of water variability, across all scales of interest, on people and the environment is needed. One of my great hopes for the development of OGC standards for interoperable hydrometric data is that it will shed light on the dark data under the long tail of hydrometry. It is...

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Crop circles in a valley.

I often refer to hydrology as a place-based science There are very many processes that can come into play in the hydrological cycle of which only a subset is relevant at any given location. There can be synergistic, neutral or antagonistic process interactions within any given subset. The net result is that every landscape requires local scale knowledge of what is actually happening in the transformation...

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