Overview of the 2019 Mississippi and Missouri Basins flooding - Justin Palmer, NOAA North Central River Forecast Center
Corey Loveland is Service Coordination Hydrologist at the NOAA/NWS North Central River Forecast Center (NCRFC) in the Twin Cities.
Could America's Wettest Winter of 2018-19 Have Been Anticipated? - Andy Hoell, NOAA Earth System Research Laboratory//Physical Sciences Division
Andy Hoell is a meteorologist at the NOAA Earth System Research Laboratory/Physical Sciences Division focusing on research the physics and predictability of regional weather and climate.
Understanding Extreme Precipitation and Characterizing Flood Risk in Climate Models - Sarah Kapnick, NOAA Geophysical Fluid Dynamics Laboratory
Sarah Kapnick at NOAA/OAR Geophysical Fluid Dynamics Laboratory is Deputy Division Leader & Research Physical Scientist in the Seasonal to Decadal Variability and Predictability Division. Sarah’s research focuses on the mechanisms controlling the hydroclimate, with an emphasis on: precipitation, extreme storms and mountain snowpack.
Observed and Projected Changes in Flood Events - Gabriele Villarini, University of Iowa
Gabriele Villarini is Associate Professor in the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering at the University of Iowa, and the Director of IIHR-Hydroscience & Engineering. His research broadly focuses on flood hydrology, extreme events, hydroclimatology, climate predictions and projections, and economic impacts of natural hazards.
Modeling Land and Hydrologic Processes Associated with Flooding in Climate Models - Elena Sheliakova, NOAA Geophysical Fluid Dynamics Laboratory
Elena Sheliakova is a Senior Climate Modeler at NOAA/OAR Geophysical Fluid Dynamics Laboratory and co-chair of the Land Model Division Team. She focuses on the representation of land, hydrologic and Earth system processes in climate models.