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How to get your paper published (short course) at EGU 2017

Ross Woods (University of Bristol) taught this year’s How to write a paper short course, focussing on “How to get your hydrology paper published – dealing with editors, reviews, and revisions”. The slides of the short course are available online. On … Continue reading

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Relevant graduate job websites in hydrology

Please find below the link to a list of important websites and mailing lists to keep up to date with various academic positions (graduate and postdoc opportunities + tenure track jobs) in hydrology and in general earth sciences. We hope … Continue reading

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EGU 2016: How to review a scientific paper in hydrology

Following the previous courses on “How to write a scientific paper in hydrology”, this year we focused on the review process. Three speakers, András Bárdossy (editor in Chief, Journal of Hydrology), Erwin Zehe (chief-executive editor, Hydrology and Earth System Sciences) … Continue reading

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Fieldwork: Blessings, Headaches, or Both? @AGU15

A substantial amount of research occurs in the wilds of the field. In addition to pure research, young scientists are faced with the daunting tasks of project planning and preparation, data collection and management, and often working through a large interdisciplinary … Continue reading

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Remote Sensing in the Geosciences @AGU15

In a short workshop at the AGU Student & Early Career Member Conference Chris Crosby (UNAVCO), George Roth (Polar Geospatial Center), and Joe Levy (University of Texas at Austin) provided an overview of several remotely sensed data products and their applications in … Continue reading

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