Hylights – lightly presented hydrology highlights
YHS “Hylights” is a series of excellent papers and posters by early career scientists which will be showcased on the YHS website. Selection criteria are not set in stone, but reasons to select work can include e.g. novelty and relevance of findings, fun of reading, unique collaborations, media coverage and generated controversy. Selected work will be provided with a short layman summary, and a short written or video interview with the (first) author(s).
If you are interested in contributing as an author, please contact our friendly editorial team. Tips can be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com.
Archive – Research “Hylights”
- Melsen et al.: The need for process-based evaluation of large-domain hyper-resolution models (January 2017)
- Levy, Garcia et al.: Wicked but worth it: student perspectives on socio-hydrology (January 2017)
- Fowler et al.: Simulating runoff under changing climatic conditions (January 2017)
- Slater et al.: Recent trends in U.S. ﬂood risk (February 2017)
- McColl et al.: The global distribution and dynamics of surface soil moisture (March 2017)
- Trancoso et al.: CO2-vegetation feedbacks and other climate changes implicated in reducing base flow (March 2017)
- Rouholahnejad Freund and Kirchner: Estimating how spatial heterogeneity and lateral moisture redistribution affect average evapotranspiration (May 2017)
- Emerton et al.: Complex Picture for Likelihood of ENSO-Driven Flood Hazard (July 2017)
- Merheb et al.: Hydrological response characteristics of Mediterranean catchments at different time scales: a meta-analysis (August 2017)
- Social and structural patterns of drought-related water conservation and rebound by Gonzales & Ajami (2017) (April 2018)