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Research “Hylight”: Complex Picture for Likelihood of ENSO-Driven Flood Hazard by Emerton et al.

In March, Rebecca Emerton and colleagues published a paper on ENSO-Driven Flood Hazard in Nature Communications. The paper found a more complex picture than is often assumed. We decided to ask Rebecca a few questions about the paper. Follow @BeccaLizE

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Quick recap on EGU 2017 Short course on Hydrological Forecasting

For the first time at this year’s EGU 2017, HEPEX and the YHS jointly organised a Short course on Hydrological Forecasting. The course was focused on real-time hydrological forecasting and topics covered included: Estimating predictive uncertainty (e.g. ensembles & post-processing) … Continue reading

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Using R in Hydrology (short course) at EGU 2017

“Using R in hydrology” short course at EGU 2017 was a great success, attracting over 100 participants (in a room with 80 seats, see photo!). We covered a wide range of hydrologically focused applications of the R programming language: reproducible … Continue reading

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Position Open: EGU Early Career Scientist Rep for Hydrology

The position of European Geosciences Union (EGU) Early Career Scientist (ECS) representative for the Hydrological Sciences (HS) division is now open and seeking applications for the next 2 year term (April 2017-April 2019). Please find details and how to apply here. … Continue reading

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3 PhD Opportunities at TU Wien

Fantastic opportunity with three PhD openings at the Vienna University of Technology (TU Wien) focusing on the following topics: Flood historical hydrology and statistics Flood change attribution Experimental hydrology and modelling Anyone interested can find more here: Details of PhD Positions … Continue reading

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