Our team conducts studies and performs field monitoring, laboratory analyses and develops models to gain better understanding about the physical processes of the hydrological cycle leading to the development of new scientific knowledge and technology to solve issues related to water resources under changing conditions of climate, land use and anthropogenic activities. Our approach is based on combining hydrological models with on-site measurements and remote sensing data to come-up with robust models to support water resources management. We also focus on:

  • reducing uncertainties in hydrological modelling in data scarce catchments,
  • modelling the hydrological impacts of climate and land use changes,
  • smart water resources management under changing conditions,
  • coupling surface and groundwater models

The team has also a long experience in conducting national and international projects related to water resources involving local and international partnerships. We are also responsible for teaching and supervision of master and PhD students in the fields of hydrology, climate change, soil erosion, water resources management, hydrogeology, etc.

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