Thinking about the past year, one of the highs of the year was definitely seeing the EGU General Assembly back to Vienna in May. The first-ever fully hybrid EGU meeting was a great success with over 12,000 presentations.
Most of all, it was great seeing our hydrological sciences community meeting in person again. Many constraints prevented us from having all the features we love in the GA meeting, but we hope we will be able to adjust that in 2023.
We are now ready for another exciting experience at EGU23 in April, in Vienna & online. Make sure you follow the monthly updates and, mainly, submit your abstract before 10 January 2023, 13:00 CET.
Until then, what about catching up with the blog posts published in 2022?
Some reflections on our role as scientists in our society and our work in support for policymaking:
- Scientific disobedience: where are our catchment boundaries?
- Imagining Water Differently: Reflections from the Perspective of Critical Geography
- Hydrology and UNESCO: from science to practice and policy and its companion blog post United Nations 101 for Hydrologists
Organizing and participating in fieldwork needs special attention:
- Inclusive fieldwork: issues to care about
- A students’ wish list for field courses that leave no one behind
The many facets of our work as scientists:
- The mystery of shared first authorship
- Making measurements accessible through low-tech hydro sensors: a step towards better agricultural water management?
Celebrating water in many ways:
- Hydrologists celebrate Earth Day 2022
- World Water Day 2022 GROUNDWATER – Making the invisible visible
- International Day of Women & Girls in Science
Remembering our hydrological meetings in 2022:
- A lot (but never too much) of hydrology at EGU22
- The Best of Both Worlds – An ECS Looks Back at the First Hybrid EGU
- Some first impressions on the first hybrid EGU General Assembly
- 100 Years of Hydrology: Celebrating the IAHS in the South of France
About our Hydrological Sciences Division:
- Timeline of historical highlights of the EGU Hydrological Sciences Division
- Call For Contributors: Dive Into Science Communication, Share Your Story