Author Archives: Young Hydrologic Society

Hallway Conversations – Heidi Kreibich (November 2022)

Contribution by Paola Mazzoglio (PM) Heidi Kreibich is head of the working group “Flood risk and climate adaptation” at the Section Hydrology, German Research Centre for Geosciences GFZ. Heidi’s research is focused on flood risk assessment and mitigation with a … Continue reading

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Profile Series: Sarpong Hammond Antwi

Let’s get the basics. Name, where you are from, and your current affiliation and advisor? Hi, my name is Sarpong Hammond Antwi. I am originally from Ashanti Region, Ghana. I received an MSc in Energy Policy from the Pan African … Continue reading

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New YHS-NL Activity: Excursion to the Hedwigepolder

In the final week of September, there will be a summer school near the Hedwigepolder. We have arranged that we can visit on the final day (Friday 30. September). We will receive a tour (starting at 13.00h) and afterwards there … Continue reading

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Dashli volcanic eruption: Do mud volcanoes affect hydrological processes?

– A streams of thoughts contribution by Hayat Nasirova; co-edited by Paola Mazzoglio, Ritesh Patro and Swamini Khurana “Mud volcano” is a generic term commonly used to describe any structure that emits water, mud, or hydrocarbons. Although mud volcanoes occur … Continue reading

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How to write a review article in Hydrology – EGU 22 Short course

One of the fundamental drivers of scientific progress is research integration and synthesis, which is essentially beneficial for developing a research vision. Hence, literature reviews prove to be highly useful to many researchers at all academic stages. Analysing the literature … Continue reading

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