Water does not need humans.

Until Wed, 31/05/2023
Science Pavilion UZH

Can we predict disasters such as drought, crop failures or floods? What data and technologies are needed and how can you help researchers?

The question of predicting periods of drought and flooding is becoming increasingly important in light of global warming and its consequences. This prediction is the focus of the CrowdWater project. As water levels are constantly changing - visibly on riverbanks, and observably in soil moisture - research needs as many attentive eyes as possible. Find out here how to become involved and what role you and your smartphone can play.

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Science Pavilion UZH

Universität Zürich – Campus Irchel Winterthurerstrasse 190, Gebäude Y10
8057 Zürich

+41 44 635 49 54

Milchbuck: Tram 7, 9, 10, 14 und Bus 69, 72, 83
Univesität Irchel: Tram 9, 10

Opening Times

Monday: 12–17
Tuesday: 12–17
Wednesday: 12–17
Thursday: 12–17
Friday: 12–17
Saturday: 12–17
Sunday: 12–17

Until Wed, 31/05/2023


Free entry.

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