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YHS Board Members (2021-2022)

Announcing the expanded board for the year 2021-2022! Chair: Lina Stein Affiliation: University of Bristol Sentence about your research: My research focus lies on flood generating processes and how they connect to climate and catchment.  What’s one thing you’d like … Continue reading

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We are looking for your feedback!

The Blog Committee  Correspondence to: Y. H. Society (younghydrologicsociety@gmail.com) Dear Hydrological Community and Early Career Academic friends, With a bigger #YHS team in 2021, we are planning to expand the blog! Which topics do you want to read about? Below … Continue reading

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Call for applications for the YHS Board 2021-2022

The Young Hydrologic Society (YHS) is a bottom-up initiative to stimulate the interaction and active participation of young hydrologists within the hydrological community. Founded in October 2012 the YHS is currently run by a team of enthusiastic MScs, PhD students … Continue reading

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Young Hydrologic Society Stands Against Racism

In reaction to the murders of George Floyd, Ahmaud Arbery, Breonna Tayloy and too many others, we, early career scientists of the Young Hydrologic Society, are taking a stand in solidarity with the Black Lives Matter movement. We pledge to … Continue reading

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AI for Operational Hydrology / Call for Challenges

As part of the upcoming the Open Seventeen (O17, http://openseventeen.org/) challenge, WMO HydroHub (the Global Hydrometry Support Facility of the World Meteorological Organization) is looking for the Hydrology Community to define challenges around the topic of “Artificial Intelligence (AI) for Operational Hydrology” … Continue reading

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