ForensisGroup Hydrometeorology Expert Witnesses work in this branch of meteorology that concerns issues involving the hydrologic cycle, the water budget, and the rainfall statistics of storms. They are typically involved with study both the atmospheric and terrestrial phases of the hydrological cycle, with emphasis on the interrelationship between them (i.e. the transfers of water and energy between the land surface and the lower atmosphere). This involves examining precipitation and evapotranspiration, and also how the land surface partitions energy into different components (sensible, latent, ground heat flux)—and the ways in which this impacts the overlying atmosphere.
This discipline may also entail problems that overlap with those of climatologists, hydrologists, cloud physicists, and weather forecasters.
These expert witnesses have working experience in the design, installation and management of hydrometric networks; interpreting and reporting on environmental data and monitoring hydrometeorological activities; hydrometric data collection; as well as knowledge of hydrometric data management systems and the design, installation and maintenance of operational monitoring equipment.
Many of these experts have advanced degrees in hydrology, water resources engineering, or similar scientific disciplines.
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