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Research “Hylight”: The global distribution and dynamics of surface soil moisture by Kaighin McColl et al.

This year, Kaighin McColl published a paper on global distribution and dynamics of surface soil moisture, based on NASA’s SMAP satellite. We decided to ask him a couple of questions about him and his research.

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Research “Hylight”: Recent trends in U.S. flood risk by Slater and Villarini

  Last year, Louise Slater published a paper on recent trends in U.S. flood risk in Geophysical Research Letters. The paper uses an interesting new approach to quantify changes in flood risk. We decided to ask Louise a few questions … Continue reading

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Research “Hylight”: Simulating runoff under changing climatic conditions by Fowler et al.

Last year Keirnan Fowler and colleagues published a paper on recent trends in US flood risk in Geophysical Research Letters. The paper provides an interesting perspective on the ability to model climate change with the current generation of hydrological models … Continue reading

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Research “Hylight”: Wicked but worth it: student perspectives on socio-hydrology by Levy, Garcia et al.

In March 2016 Morgan Levy, Margaret Garcia and 11 other colleagues published an opinion paper in Hydrological Processes. All authors are early career scientists in the emerging field of socio-hydrology, and in their article they share their perspectives on the field they work in. We thought this was quite inspiring, and therefore asked Morgan and Margaret some questions about the why and how of their paper.

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YHS introduces: Research “Hylights”

Over the coming years, YHS Research “Hylights” (lightly presented hydrology highlights) will appear as a series of outstanding papers and posters by early career scientists which will be showcased on the YHS website. Selection criteria are not set in stone, … Continue reading

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