International Data Centre on Hydrology of Lakes and Reservoirs (HYDROLARE)
Set up 2009, under the auspices of B-XB3556 - World Meteorological Organization (WMO), in accordance with Agreement between the Russian Service for Hydrometeorology and Environmental Monitoring (ROSHYDROMET) and WMO, signed 5 May 2008, Geneva (Switzerland).
Establish, develop and regularly update an international database on hydrological regime of lakes and reservoirs, so as to: stimulate development of the global monitoring system of lakes and reservoirs for rational use, preservation and management of their water recourses; improve knowledge of lateral fluxes transformation within lakes and reservoirs; supply data for scientific and education purposes, modelling, development of different global and regional project/programmes.
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International Steering Committee, with representatives from B-XB3556 - World Meteorological Organization (WMO), F-XM6002 - Global Terrestrial Network - Hydrology (GTN-H), SHI, F-XE1042 - International Lake Environment Committee Foundation (ILEC), E-XK1065 - Global Runoff Data Centre (GRDC) and LEGOS/CNES.
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