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Hydrological Sciences

Athanasios V. Serafeim

Athanasios V. Serafeim currently serves as a postdoctoral research associate at the University of Patras focusing on the design, monitoring and management of urban water networks, while working also as a managing director of INNSSYT Consulting in Athens, Greece. His PhD research focused on the development of an integrated, theoretically founded, and practically applicable methodological framework for resilient reduction of leakages in water distribution networks.

Call for Blog Contributions: The HydroData Chronicles

Call for Blog Contributions: The HydroData Chronicles

We’re thrilled to announce the launch of our newest blog series dedicated to exploring the fascinating world of hydrological datasets.  Join us on this exciting journey as we uncover the hidden stories within hydrological data.  By highlighting cutting-edge research, insightful analyses, and captivating data, we aim to shed light on the intricacies of hydrology and draw your attention to dat ...[Read More]

HydroData Chronicles: A High-Resolution 40-Year Rainfall Dataset Covering the Entire Contiguous US

HydroData Chronicles: A High-Resolution 40-Year Rainfall Dataset Covering the Entire Contiguous US

Welcome to our new blog-series focused on exploring the vast, yet fascinating world of hydrological datasets: HydroData Chronicles! Throughout this series, we embark on a journey through the intricate backend of hydrology, where data serves as the cornerstone of our understanding of water resources, as well as their potential impact on scientific research and policy-making. Join us as we navigate ...[Read More]

Meet the Hydrological Sciences (HS) Early Career Scientist (ECS) Team

Meet the Hydrological Sciences (HS) Early Career Scientist (ECS) Team

Who Are We? At the forefront of hydrology’s fascinating world, there is a dynamic group of young scientists passionate about understanding the complexities of water in all its forms: The HS Early Career Scientists (ECS) from the European Geosciences Union (EGU).  The HS ECS team is a heterogeneous, multidisicplinary and devoted group of passionate individuals from diverse geographical locations wo ...[Read More]

From natural streams to urban consumption: Water distribution networks and their strong environmental footprint in a changing climate

From natural streams to urban consumption: Water distribution networks and their strong environmental footprint in a changing climate

Water distribution networks play a crucial role in ensuring access to clean and safe drinking water. However, they can also have significant environmental impacts, especially in the context of a changing climate. To minimize their environmental footprint, it’s important to adopt sustainable practices by implementing energy-efficient technologies. Freshwater availability: a worsening crisis  ...[Read More]