Tag Archives: Research Hylights

Research “Hylight”: Hydrological response characteristics of Mediterranean catchments at different time scales: a meta-analysis by Merheb et al.

In January 2016, Mohammad Merheb and colleagues published a paper on comparative Mediterranean hydrology in Hydrological Sciences Journal. At the 2017 IAHS General Assembly, Mohammad was awarded the Tison award for this paper, and we decided to ask him a … Continue reading

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Research “Hylight”: Complex Picture for Likelihood of ENSO-Driven Flood Hazard by Emerton et al.

In March, Rebecca Emerton and colleagues published a paper on ENSO-Driven Flood Hazard in Nature Communications. The paper found a more complex picture than is often assumed. We decided to ask Rebecca a few questions about the paper. Follow @BeccaLizE

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Research “Hylight”: Estimating how spatial heterogeneity and lateral moisture redistribution affect average evapotranspiration by Elham Rouholahnejad Freund

This year, Elham Rouholahnejad Freund published a paper on how spatial heterogeneity and lateral moisture redistribution affect average evapotranspiration rates. We decided to ask her a couple of questions. Q: Where are you from, where are you based, and what … Continue reading

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Research “Hylight”: CO2‐vegetation feedbacks and other climate changes implicated in reducing base flow by Ralph Trancoso et al.

Recently, Ralph Trancoso and colleagues published a paper on CO2‐vegetation feedbacks and river flow. We decided to ask him a couple of questions. Q: Where are you from, where are you based, and what are your current research interests? A: I … Continue reading

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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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