Tag Archives: EGU GA 2015

Meet the expert in hydrology – The mystery of evaporation

This year at the EGU GA in Vienna (12th to 17th April) the YHS organized another “Meet the expert in hydrology” session with the theme: “the mystery of evaporation”. A panel of three senior scientists presented their vision of the … Continue reading

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Hydroinformatics for hydrology: data-driven and hybrid techniques

This year at EGU GA YHS started organizing a new short course: “Hydroinformatics for hydrology”. The theme of this very first short course was on data-driven and hybrid techniques. Being introduced to the fundamentals of data-driven modelling, the participants (around … Continue reading

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Introduction to teaching hydrology

Last week at EGU GA we organized the short course “Introduction to teaching hydrology” for the very first time. This short course provided some valuable teaching advice for young hydrologists. Thanks everyone for making the session such a great success: … Continue reading

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Water Science Pop-ups at the EGU General Assembly 2015

Last week the first EGU version of the Water Science Pop ups was organised. The session provides (early career) scientists the opportunity to give a 5 min TED-like presentation, followed by an interactive PICO poster discussion, on their future vision of … Continue reading

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How to write a (benchmark) scientific paper in hydrology

This week Prof Keith Beven from Lancaster University presented this years How to write (and publish) a scientific paper in hydrology at the EGU General Assembly. The session was well attended with an total audience of more than 60 early career scientists. You can … Continue reading

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