We explore the behavior of water at and beneath the Earth’s surface. Many projects at the institute are aimed at securing the quality and quantity of water resources in Israel and elsewhere around the world. Major research themes include tracing the movement of pollutants in water supplies, developing techniques to remediate contaminated water, and predicting the effects of climate change on water supplies.
The main objective of the Hydrometeorology Lab at the Fredy & Nadine Herrmann Institute of Earth Sciences (Hebrew University of Jerusalem) is to investigate hydrological and meteorological systems at different space-time scales and their interactions utilizing in-situ and remote sensing information, experimental field sites, mathematical models and advanced computational techniques.
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