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Comment concilier efficacité des modèles de prévision des crues et contraintes opérationnelles ?

Abstract : The requirements of an operational flood forecasting model are hard to meet due to strict constraints of time, anticipation, real time data availability, under several sources of uncertainties. In this context, choosing an operational hydrological model remains a challenging task for the French Flood Forecasting Services (SPC). The Rhine-Sarre SPC in Strasbourg in collaboration with the research institute Irstea has launched a project for comparing lumped and semi-distributed modeling approaches. The goal of this study is to define the most suiting modelling tool, representing the best compromise between operational constraints and forecast efficiency. This communication presents the results of this comparison over several catchments within the Rhine-Sarre SPC surveillance area and will highlight the criteria based on which the SPC choses the model to be deployed in their operational forecasting system, besides their efficiency evaluation.
Mots-clés : Prévision de crues
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Carina Furusho, Florent Lobligeois, Flavien Riffiod, Olivier Delaigue, David Dorchies, et al.. Comment concilier efficacité des modèles de prévision des crues et contraintes opérationnelles ?. Gestion des risques d’inondations, May 2015, Montreuil, France. 2015. ⟨hal-03378831⟩

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