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- Hallway Conversations – Stefan Uhlenbrook August 9, 2017
- Research “Hylight”: Hydrological response characteristics of Mediterranean catchments at different time scales: a meta-analysis by Merheb et al. August 8, 2017
- Research “Hylight”: Complex Picture for Likelihood of ENSO-Driven Flood Hazard by Emerton et al. July 27, 2017
- Update from H3S July 26, 2017
- Early Career Events at IAHS 2017, Port Elizabeth, South Africa July 24, 2017
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Research “Hylight”: Hydrological response characteristics of Mediterranean catchments at different time scales: a meta-analysis by Merheb et al.
In January 2016, Mohammad Merheb and colleagues published a paper on comparative Mediterranean hydrology in Hydrological Sciences Journal. At the 2017 IAHS General Assembly, Mohammad was awarded the Tison award for this paper, and we decided to ask him a … Continue reading
During the upcoming IAHS from 10 – 14 July, there will be a special program for Early Career Scientists*. Although these sessions are organized by and for Early Career Scientists, they are open to everyone. The sessions aim to (1) … Continue reading
by Anna Solcerova (Delft University of Technology, convener) Young (and mature) scientist visiting the EGU 2017 conference had a chance to participate on a short course titled “Opinion papers in hydrology: Why and how”. Bettina Schaefli, Vazken Andréassian, and Hubert … Continue reading
Research “Hylight”: The global distribution and dynamics of surface soil moisture by Kaighin McColl et al.
This year, Kaighin McColl published a paper on global distribution and dynamics of surface soil moisture, based on NASA’s SMAP satellite. We decided to ask him a couple of questions about him and his research.