The Global Terrestrial Network Hydrology (GTN-H)

Global data centres, often operating under the auspices of UN agencies, collect and harmonise water data worldwide and make the global data sets available to the public again. Most of these relevant Global Data Centres are members of the GTN-H (

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Stephan Dietrich

Deputy Director, International Centre for Water Resources and Global Change

Trained as a Geoscientist my scope of duties at the ICWRGC covers (1) the coordination of the Global Terrestrial Network – Hydrology (GTN-H), (2) beeing contact person for UNESCO FRIEND-Water (Flow Regimes from International Experimental and Network Data), and (3) to develop hydrological data products My research focus covers the (1) Analysis of hydrological variability across time and space focusing on internal climate variability and climate change and (2) Fluvial sediment transport
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