Streams of Thought (SoT)– Community Blog
Streams of Thought (SoT) is an online space for young scientists of all disciplines to share hydrologically related thoughts, opinions and beyond to YHS community members all across the world. Articles can cover consider an array of hydrologically related topics. For example, we encourage authors to share hypotheses, field experiences, opinions, conference reports, calls to action, or wild ideas to an audience of early career scientists. Both readers and authors will intellectually, professionally, and socially benefit from the discussions facilitated by this blog. You can read more about the SoT blog here.
If you are interested in contributing as an author, please contact our friendly editorial team. We will help you effectively communicate your thoughts and ideas to an audience of fellow early career scientists. We are looking forward to hearing from you!
Archive – “Stream of Thought (SoT)” Blog Articles
- 10 guidelines for an awesome poster (update November 2017)
- Early Career Events at IAHS 2017, Port Elizabeth, South Africa (July 2017)
- Meet the Expert in Hydrology: Is research at different spatial scales connected? (May 2017)
- 10 guidelines for an awesome poster (March 2017)
- Why every scientist should make a science video (February 2017)
- Permafrost hydrology: the urgency for understanding in a thawing world (February 2017)
- The Mystery of Evaporation (July 2016)
- Moving beyond a snapshot: towards a time-continuous understanding of hyporheic exchange (November 2015)
- The role of graduate summer schools in hydrology education – the example of the PUB Summer School (October 2015)
- Four Reasons Why All Geoscientists Should Do Fieldwork (September 2015)
- Introducing the YHS -Streams of Thought- Community Blog (September 2015)