Category Archives: EGU

Challenging Workplace Negativity

EGU’21 held a Great Debate: Challenging discrimination in the geosciences: amplifying unheard voices. I started thinking about all the conversations I have had over the past few years. Every day I hear more and more accounts of countless people facing … Continue reading

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How to write (and publish) a scientific paper in Hydrology

At EGU 2021, we had a panel discussion featuring Dr. Wouter Berghuijs, Dr. Manuela Brunner, and Dr. Tim van Emmerik on how to write (and publish) a scientific paper in hydrology. The session was very well attended with >100 participants … Continue reading

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Hydroinformatics for hydrology: Bayesian methods

The short course on ‘Hydroinformatics for hydrology’ was run at vEGU21 for the sixth time already, but due to the pandemic the first time as a virtual version. Dmitri Kavetski managed to present a broad overview of ‘Bayesian methods in … 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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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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