Author Archives: Young Hydrologic Society

Research “Hylight”: Evaluating model performance: towards a non-parametric variant of the Kling-Gupta efficiency by Pool, Vis & Seibert (2018)

Last year, Sandra Pool and colleagues published a technical paper in Hydrological Sciences Journal that proposing a modification of the Kling-Gupta efficiency towards a non-parametric metric. We thought it was an interesting choice of topic and went to ask her … Continue reading

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Early Career Day at STAHY 2019 and abstract submission

by Svenja Fischer We are pleased to announce that the abstract submission is now open for the next STAHY International Workshop (STAHY 2019) to be held in Nanjing, China between 19-20 October 2019. The workshop is organized by the International … Continue reading

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An Introduction to Preprints for Early Career Hydrologists

A –Streams of Thought– contribution by Sheila M. Saia (Twitter: @sheilasaia) Growing calls for open and reproducible research across science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) disciplines have advanced the conversation around preprints (e.g., Schloss, 2017; Narock et al., 2019). Early … Continue reading

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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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