Session S: Special Session on Uncertainty in Predicting the Impacts of Catchment Change and its Implications for Decision Making
The special session will aim to:
a. provide an opportunity for the discussion of the importance of different sources of uncertainty in predicting impacts of catchment change;
b. provide an opportunity for the discussion of methodologies for handling epistemic uncertainties in assessing catchment change;
c. provide an opportunity for reports on case studies of uncertainty in the impacts of catchment change on water quantity and quality;
d. provide an opportunity for sharing good practice in decision making about catchment change in the face of future uncertainties.
The Special Session will be convened by Prof. Keith Beven (Lancaster University, UK), Dr Sárka Blazková (T.G. Masaryk Water Research Institute, Prague, Czech Republic), Prof. Phil Haygarth (Lancaster University, UK) and Prof. Enda O'Connell (Newcastle University, UK).
When you submit an abstract through the Abstract Submission web page, in its subpage 'Select Topic ID Numbers' you can indicate there (check box) that you intend to contribute to this Special Session.