With advancing climate change, mitigation measures are necessary to fight urban heat islands. Reactivating urban streams as blue-green infrastructures can contribute to this mitigation, and serve as an invaluable water resource. Urban streams – banned to the underground In urban areas, hydrological conditions have been modified, impacted or completely changed for centuries. Rivers and stre ...[Read More]
Heads Up: Early Career Hydrologists Highlights at EGU 2023
The upcoming annual EGU General assembly in Vienna is a fantastic opportunity for early career scientists (ECS) to engage with the international hydrological community, present their work, and build their networks. But with the multitude of sessions, events, and lectures, it can be tricky to assemble your personal program – especially if it’s your first time attending EGU. We’ve got your ba ...[Read More]
Citizen Scientists wanted for a project on hydrological data in Italy: SIREN (Saving Italian hydRological mEasuremeNts)
The SIREN (Saving Italian hydRological mEasuremeNts) project aims to digitize the historical series of daily flows by crowd-sourcing the recovery of hydrological measurements from historical Hydrological Yearbooks and to produce a consistent dataset. With your help, we can save Italy’s hydrological measurements and keep up the data flow! In Italy, hydro-meteorological data collection has been man ...[Read More]
A lot of hydrology at EGU23, again!
EGU General Assembly 2023 is coming soon, 23–28 April 2023, with more than 16,000 presentations (orals, posters, and PICOs) that will be delivered and viewed both onsite in Vienna (Austria Center Vienna) and virtually (through Gather.Town). Great news this year: The poster sessions are back, and all formats (orals, posters and PICOs) will have a hybrid component, offering, in different ways, means ...[Read More]