Tag Archives: Streams of Thought

Broader Impacts Can Bring Hydrological Processes to Life

A –Streams of Thought– contribution by  John Van Stan & Jan Friesen. Writing my first full science proposal in a new tenure-track position was challenging but, honestly, most sections flowed smoothly from my fingertips. The motivation, background, research approach, hypotheses, methods, … Continue reading

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Towards Regional Information to Improve Our Understanding on Weather, Water, and Climate Extreme Events

A –Streams of Thought– contribution by  Caroline Aubry-Wake, Gaby Langendijk, Marisol Osman, Carla Gulizia. On May 3-5, 40 early careers researchers from 23 different countries grouped together for an in-depth interdisciplinary discussion on generating regional information to improve our understanding of … Continue reading

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10 guidelines for an awesome poster

A “Streams of Thought” contribution by Andrea Popp. A scientific poster is a communication tool explaining your work and encouraging conversation with colleagues. However, making a good poster is not easy. The following list provides ten guidelines for an awesome … Continue reading

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Community advice to young hydrologists

Scott T. Allen and Wouter R. Berghuijs ETH Zurich (allensc@ethz.ch, wouter.berghuijs@usys.ethz.ch) Published 17 October 2017, Download PDF Version Early career hydrologists can benefit from the advice of others who are more advanced in their careers. We have solicited short answers from established … Continue reading

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Early Career Events at IAHS 2017, Port Elizabeth, South Africa

A –Streams of Thought– contribution by  Tim van Emmerik & Nilay Dogulu. From 10 to 14 July, 2017, the Scientific Assembly of the International Association of Hydrological Sciences (IAHS) took place in Port Elizabeth, South Africa. For the first time, YHS organized … Continue reading

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