Author Archives: Young Hydrologic Society

Advice on how to write a paper (EGU 2019)

This year’s panel on the series “How to Write (and Publish) a Paper in Hydrology” consisted of Christine Stumpp (BOKU Vienna) and Thorsten Wagener (University of Bristol). During the session they shared some of their personal insight on the paper … Continue reading

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Hallway Conversations – Thorsten Wagener

A –Streams of Thought– contribution by Wouter Knoben (WK) Prof. Thorsten Wagener is a hydrologist, currently head of the Water and Environmental Engineering research group at the University of Bristol, UK. He has received various prestigious awards and was recently a … Continue reading

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Integration of Early Warning Systems and Young Professionals

A –Streams of Thought– contribution by Nilay Dogulu, Lydia Cumiskey & Erika Roxana Meléndez Landaverde This is a cross-post with the HEPEX Blog. Early warning systems (EWSs) help society to prepare for, and respond to, all types of disasters, including … Continue reading

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Hydroinformatics for hydrology: uncertainty analysis

In April 2019, European Geosciences Union GA hosted the “Hydroinformatics for hydrology” short course (SC) for the fifth time in a row! This year, early career hydrologists in Vienna took the opportunity to learn about uncertainty (and sensitivity) analysis — … Continue reading

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EGU is a bit like a music festival: first time experience of an ECS in hydrology

A –Streams of Thought– contribution by Dimitri Rambourg. This is a cross-post with the EGU Hydrological Sciences Division Blog. EGU is a bit like a music festival. Maybe not as crowded as the Donauinselfest, but you’ll definitively experience some of … Continue reading

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