The Global Terrestrial Network – Hydrology

(GTN-H)

GTN-H links existing networks and systems for integrated observations of the global water cycle.

The network was established in 2001 as a „network of networks“ to support a range of climate and water resource objectives, building on existing networks and data centres, and producing value-added products through enhanced communications and shared development.

The GTN-H is a joint project of the Global Climate Observing System (GCOS), the World Meteorological Organization / Climate and Water Department (WMO/CLW), and the Global Terrestrial Observing System (GTOS).

The GTN-H website is a gateway to a great number of global observing systems for hydrological data. You can find descriptions and links to all network partners of GTN-H and the hydrological data products developed under the cooperation the network.

News

18May

8th Session of the Global Terrestrial Network – Hydrology (GTN-H)

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The 8th session of the GTN-H will be held from 20 to 21 June 2017 in Koblenz, Germany. The session... Read More →
27Oct

7th GTN-H Coordination Panel Meeting

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The 7th GTN-H Coordination Panel meeting was held in Koblenz, Germany 16 to 17 June 2015. The report of the... Read More →
11Dec

Announcement of the 7th GTN-H Coordination Panel Meeting

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The 7th Coordination Panel Meeting of GTN-H will be held from 16-17 June 2015 at the Federal Institute of Hydrology... Read More →
17Sep

IGRAC publishes new Transboundary Aquifers of the World Map

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IGRAC has published the new Transboundary Aquifers of the World Map (TBA Map). The TBA Map 2014 shows 608 identified... Read More →

 

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