Category Archives: Streams of Thought

Early Career Events at IAHS 2017, Port Elizabeth, South Africa

A –Streams of Thought– contribution by  Tim van Emmerik & Nilay Dogulu. From 10 to 14 July, 2017, the Scientific Assembly of the International Association of Hydrological Sciences (IAHS) took place in Port Elizabeth, South Africa. For the first time, YHS organized … Continue reading

Posted in IAHS, News, Streams of Thought | Tagged

Meet the Expert in Hydrology: Is research at different spatial scales connected?

A –Streams of Thought– contribution by  Wouter Knoben, Shaun Harrigan, David Wright, Wouter Berghuijs Scaling (i.e. the transfer of knowledge across scales) and scale issues (i.e. the associated problems) are at the heart of most hydrologic puzzles. In the most recent … Continue reading

Posted in News, Streams of Thought | Tagged

10 guidelines for an awesome poster

A –Streams of Thought– contribution by Andrea Popp. A scientific poster is a visual communication tool summarizing your work and encouraging conversation with colleagues. However, posters are often poorly designed, e.g., they are densely packed and overloaded with text. This makes … Continue reading

Posted in EGU, News, Streams of Thought | Tagged

Why every scientist should make a science video

A –Streams of Thought– contribution by Yvonne Smit.  As a kid imagining a scientist, we always thought of a professor with messy grey hair, weird glasses, handling all sorts of flasks with chemicals in it (including an explosion once in a … Continue reading

Posted in News, Streams of Thought | Tagged

Permafrost hydrology: the urgency for understanding in a thawing world

A –Streams of Thought– contribution by Matthew Morison. A little background: recently, the Canadian branch of the Young Hydrologic Society was formally recognized as a committee of the Canadian Geophysical Union Hydrology Section. As an international member of the diverse global … Continue reading

Posted in News, Streams of Thought | Tagged | Leave a comment