Jim Freer Joins 'HYdrological cycle in the Mediterranean Experiment' Team
Jim Freer has been invited to join the International Scientific Steering Committee of HyMeX (HYdrological cycle in the Mediterranean EXperiment). HyMeX aims at developing a major experimental project including enhanced and special observation periods to address the main issues related to the water cycle in Mediterranean, with emphases put on high-impact weather events, inter-annual to decadal variability of the Mediterranean coupled system and associated trend in the context of global change. The HyMeX project plans the monitoring of the relevant atmospheric, oceanic, hydrological and bio-chemical variables during a long observation period (2010-2020) with additional and dedicated ground-based, shipborne and airborne means in 2011-2012.
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