How to cite: A. MIHALCEA (2018) Operational systems used in hydrological forecasting activity. Case study: the upper part of Tutova river basin.
2018 Air and Water Components of the Environment Conference Proceedings, P. 77-83, DOI: 10.24193/AWC2018_10

 

OPERATIONAL SYSTEMS USED IN HYDROLOGICAL FORECASTING ACTIVITY. CASE STUDY: THE UPPER PART OF TUTOVA RIVER BASIN

A. MIHALCEA

DOI: 10.24193/AWC2018_10

ABSTRACT. Operational systems used in hydrological forecasting activity. Case study: the upper part of Tutova river basin. Flash floods are among the most dangerous natural hazards. In order to issue flash flood warning messages are taken into account information provided by several sources. The analysis of an event that took place in the upper part of Tutova river basin, on the 13th of May 2017, was proposed in order to verify the accuracy of the products offered by the main systems used in flash floods forecasting activity. Following the analysis it can be observed that all the operational systems (ROFFG, SEEFFG, EFAS) forecasted a flash flood phenomena for Eastern part of the country, especially Tutova river basin, event that caused significant damages.

Keywords: flash floods, ROFFG, SEEFFG, EFAS, Tutova river basin..

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