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  • UK Summer 2007 Floods: A Very Singular Event A new scientific study of the wet summer of 2007 confirms that the floods were a very singular event and does not support the idea that the exceptional river flooding was linked to climate change. This conclusion is contained within a comprehensive hydrological appraisal of the summer 2007 floods carried out by scientists from the Centre for Ecology & Hydrology.
    CEH - Centre for Ecology & Hydrology, March 11, 2008

  • UK Met Office looks to development of 10 year climate forecasts to strengthen contingency planning On the day that marks 25 years since the Thames Barrier was first raised to protect London from possible flooding, experts from the UK Met Office say that the next quarter century could see greater frequency of extreme weather events along with more torrential rain, particularly during winter months.
    UK Met Office, February 01, 2008

  • 2008 WATCH Planned meetings, workshops and presentations WATCH Planned meetings, workshops and presentations for the year 2008.
    WATCH, January 01, 2008

  • WATCH Meeting November 2007 In November 2007, the EU WATCH General Assembly was held in Barcelona, Spain. Members of the Work Block sessions discussed about data and exchanged information.
    WATCH, November 30, 2007

  • WATCH General Assembly Barcelona 2007 In November 2007, the WATCH General Assembly had been held in Barcelona, Spain. Members of the Work Block sessions discussed about projects, results, data and they exchanged information.
    WATCH, November 05, 2007

  • Planned meetings, presentations and workshops 2007 Planned WATCH meetings, presentations and workshops for the year 2007.
    WATCH, January 02, 2007