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Joint YESS-YHS Early Career Researcher (ECR) Workshop 2018 at GEWEX Conference, Canada

Hello, Join us and @YESSCommunity in Canada May 2018 for the ECR workshop: ‘Towards Regional Information to Improve Our Understanding on Weather, Water and Climate Extreme Events’ prior to @GEWEX_WCRP Conference: EXTREMES AND WATER ON THE EDGE! See website for … Continue reading

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Launching the YHS National Reps Initiative

Marius Floriancic & Shaun Harrigan A core mission of the Young Hydrologic Society (YHS) is to better connect early-career hydrologists right from the beginning of their careers. To date this has been done by creating an online platform and organising events … Continue reading

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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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