Hydrological Sciences

Christina Anna Orieschnig

Christina Orieschnig is passionate about ecology and civil engineering. She has pursued MSc degrees in both disciplines. Her areas of specialisation include vegetation ecology, water management, geotechnics and soil sciences. Currently, she is working at the Institute for Development Research (IRD) in Montpellier (France) on her PhD thesis - an intersectional project on the modeling of irrigation water management in the Cambodian Mekong delta.

The Best of Both Worlds – An ECS Looks Back at the First Hybrid EGU

After two years of a pandemic-induced, online-only format, the General Assembly of the EGU was back in Vienna – with a twist. While thousands of scientists assembled in the Vienna International Center for stimulating discussions and sociable networking events, those who couldn’t come in person had the opportunity to attend remotely. It was the first EGU assembly to be held in this format. In ...[Read More]