Daniel JOUVE is an engineer in water sciences. He joined CNR in 1991 as an engineer in hydrology. He was in charge of operating and modernizing the CNR hydrological network on the Rhône and its tributaries. He led the business support team in charge of developing hydrometeorological forecasting tools and producing the Rhône. He headed the study and design department for hydraulic development projects. He has worked on several projects in France and abroad (South America, Asia) in river development, hydroelectricity, water resource management, hydrometeorological information systems, navigation, restoration of rivers. Since 2018, he has been Director of Engineering and Major Projects at CNR.
Articles published on this website:
- Multi-purpose river development: example of the Rhone River, published in Water, Streams and rivers - The Monday 23 March 2020