Table of Contents
|Workshop Background and Objectives||1-2|
|Topic I What Should Be the Underpinnings and Motivating Science and Applications Questions in a New Science of Hydrologic Extremes?||3-5|
|Topic II What Can and Should Be the Role of New Observing Methods, Both In Situ (Including New Sensor Technologies) and Remote Sensing? How Might Approaches to the Estimation of Hydrologic Extremes Differ Based on the Richness of the Historic Observations?||6-9|
|Topic III What Should Be the Interface Between the Science of Hydrologic Extremes and Applications Issues, Such As the Need to Replace Standard Methods, Such As Those Laid Out In Bulletin 17B and Other Methods That Are Based on Stationary Statistical Methods?||10-12|
|Topic IV How Can Advances in Techniques for the Accurate Analysis of Ancient Flood Events Aid Estimation of Future Flood Magnitudes and Frequency, and Understanding of the Generative Processes for Extreme Flood Phenomena?||13-15|
|Appendix A List of Participants||19-20|
|Appendix B Committee Biographical Information||21-24|
|Appendix C Agenda||25-26|
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