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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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Community advice to young hydrologists

Scott T. Allen and Wouter R. Berghuijs ETH Zurich (allensc@ethz.ch, wouter.berghuijs@usys.ethz.ch) Published 17 October 2017, Download PDF Version Early career hydrologists can benefit from the advice of others who are more advanced in their careers. We have solicited short answers from established … Continue reading

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Hydroinformatics for hydrology: geostatistical modelling

This year’s  focus for “Hydroinformatics for hydrology” short course at EGU GA 2017 was geostatistics. Being introduced to the fundamentals of geostatistics, the participants (> 60, the room was full!) had the opportunity to hear about the applications of geostatistical methods … Continue reading

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Opinion papers in hydrology: Why and how? (short course) at EGU 2017

by Anna Solcerova (Delft University of Technology, convener) Young (and mature) scientist visiting the EGU 2017 conference had a chance to participate on a short course titled “Opinion papers in hydrology: Why and how”. Bettina Schaefli, Vazken Andréassian, and Hubert … Continue reading

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Using R in Hydrology (short course) at EGU 2017

“Using R in hydrology” short course at EGU 2017 was a great success, attracting over 100 participants (in a room with 80 seats, see photo!). We covered a wide range of hydrologically focused applications of the R programming language: reproducible … Continue reading

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