Author Archives: Young Hydrologic Society

Research “Hylight”: Estimating how spatial heterogeneity and lateral moisture redistribution affect average evapotranspiration by Elham Rouholahnejad Freund

This year, Elham Rouholahnejad Freund published a paper on how spatial heterogeneity and lateral moisture redistribution affect average evapotranspiration rates. We decided to ask her a couple of questions. Q: Where are you from, where are you based, and what … Continue reading

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Meet the Expert in Hydrology: Is research at different spatial scales connected?

A –Streams of Thought– contribution by  Wouter Knoben, Shaun Harrigan, David Wright, Wouter Berghuijs Scaling (i.e. the transfer of knowledge across scales) and scale issues (i.e. the associated problems) are at the heart of most hydrologic puzzles. In the most recent … Continue reading

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EGU 2017 YHS Event: Dinner & Drinks | Wednesday 26 Apr

It is time for the annual YHS Hydrodrinks event again! On Wednesday 26 March YHS invites all young hydrologists (and everyone that feels young and/or hydrologist) to have dinner and drinks with us.

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How to get your paper published (short course) at EGU 2017

Ross Woods (University of Bristol) taught this year’s How to write a paper short course, focussing on “How to get your hydrology paper published – dealing with editors, reviews, and revisions”. The slides of the short course are available online. On … Continue reading

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Research “Hylight”: CO2‐vegetation feedbacks and other climate changes implicated in reducing base flow by Ralph Trancoso et al.

Recently, Ralph Trancoso and colleagues published a paper on CO2‐vegetation feedbacks and river flow. We decided to ask him a couple of questions. Q: Where are you from, where are you based, and what are your current research interests? A: I … Continue reading

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