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Why every scientist should make a science video

A –Streams of Thought– contribution by Yvonne Smit.  As a kid imagining a scientist, we always thought of a professor with messy grey hair, weird glasses, handling all sorts of flasks with chemicals in it (including an explosion once in a … Continue reading

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Permafrost hydrology: the urgency for understanding in a thawing world

A –Streams of Thought– contribution by Matthew Morison. A little background: recently, the Canadian branch of the Young Hydrologic Society was formally recognized as a committee of the Canadian Geophysical Union Hydrology Section. As an international member of the diverse global … Continue reading

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The Mystery of Evaporation

A –Streams of Thought– contribution by Shaun Harrigan & Wouter Berghuijs. (PDF Version) Our job as hydrologists is to understand and predict the water cycle. Historically, prediction of river flow has been at the centre of our attention. This is not … Continue reading

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Moving beyond a snapshot: towards a time-continuous understanding of hyporheic exchange

A –Streams of Thought– contribution by Adam N. Wlostowski. PDF Version Hi All! Recently, I received a 2015 AGU Horton Research Grant. I am very grateful and honored to accept this grant. I’d like to use this post to share … Continue reading

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The role of graduate summer schools in hydrology education – the example of the PUB Summer School 2015

A –Streams of Thought – post by Nilay Dogulu and Ina Pohle. Summer is a time for scientists to advance their knowledge, tune their skills and forge ahead on research projects. The leisure of summer also provides a chance to … Continue reading

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