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Interdisciplinary research: insights from ECRs with diverse modelling backgrounds

A Streams of Thought contribution by Clare Stephens, Danlu Guo, Nevenka Bulovic, Fiona Tang, Anna Lintern and Pallavi Goswami. As part of the MODSIM conference held in Sydney, December 2021, a group of around 30 Early Career Researchers (ECRs) gathered … Continue reading

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COP26: Using science for diplomacy

A Streams of thought contribution by Francesca Casale. In November 2021, I attended the COP26 in Glasgow, the Conference of Parties of the UNFCCC (United Nation Framework Convention on Climate Change). I have been attending the COP since 2017. It … Continue reading

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GEOframe Winter School 2022

The fourth edition of the Winter School on GEOframe-NewAge GWS2022, organised by the University of Trento, will be held online and onsite on 20 – 22 December 2021 and 10 – 14 January 2022. GEOframe is a system for doing hydrology by computer. By saying that it … Continue reading

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IAHS-YHS Workshops at the Great Rivers of Africa Conference in Cotonou, Benin

English version. Scroll down for the French version. Each year the International Association of Hydrological Sciences (IASH) which is an association to promote hydrological sciences in the world organizes an event (Assembly, conference, etc.). Thus, during the 4th edition of … Continue reading

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Online Networking Event with H3S and YHS!

What: Online networking event organized by H3S and YHS Who: Early career hydrologists When: 10th June 2021, 15:00 UTC Register here: Meeting Registration – Zoom

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