Some time ago, I reported on an online survey I was conducting in order to find out the needs of potential users of flood early warning products disseminated by the Saxon Flood Centre. The background is that the Free State of Saxony wants to improve flood early warning practices for small-scale, fast-responding catchments. Besides the pure scientific feasibility, it is equally important to ask for end-users needs and opinions with regards to an envisaged and appropriate warning concept.
The results of the online survey have been compiled to a paper which was submitted to the Hydrologie und Wasserbewirtschaftung Journal and which is under review right now. Notwithstanding this, I want to share already the interesting outcomes of this survey, regardless how the journal review process will go on. However, if you have any suggestions for improvements, I would be glad to hear from you.
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