Author Archives: Young Hydrologic Society

Update from H3S

By Niels Claes Less than 5 months to go until the AGU Fall Meeting in New Orleans starts and H3S are shifting into a higher gear with the preparation of following Fall Meeting activities:

Posted in News

Early Career Events at IAHS 2017, Port Elizabeth, South Africa

A –Streams of Thought– contribution by  Tim van Emmerik & Nilay Dogulu. From 10 to 14 July, 2017, the Scientific Assembly of the International Association of Hydrological Sciences (IAHS) took place in Port Elizabeth, South Africa. For the first time, YHS organized … Continue reading

Posted in IAHS, News, Streams of Thought | Tagged

A quick recap of HydroEco2017

This year’s HydroEco conference in Birmingham focussed on the growing importance of ecosystem services to hydrologic research. The conference successfully highlighted the diversity of this interdisciplinary field, with topics addressing relationships between hydrology, ecosystems and human interactions at different scales. … Continue reading

Posted in News

Hydroinformatics for hydrology: geostatistical modelling

This year’s  focus for “Hydroinformatics for hydrology” short course at EGU GA 2017 was geostatistics. Being introduced to the fundamentals of geostatistics, the participants (> 60, the room was full!) had the opportunity to hear about the applications of geostatistical methods … Continue reading

Posted in EGU, News, Resources

The role of Early Career Scientists in community research

Repost from HEPEX blog Contributed by Florian Pappenberger and Maria-Helena Ramos (both considerably beyond the early career stages, they admit) Science and forecasting practice are the foundations of the HEPEX community. These are certainly the routine of many of us … Continue reading

Posted in News