Hydrological Sciences

Christina Anna Orieschnig

Christina is a hydrologist at the University of Montpellier in the South of France. She specialises in integrating remote sensing data into regional and local hydrological models. She's also the incoming 2023 Early career scientist (ECS) representative of the EGU's Hydrological Sciences division.

Call For Contributors: Dive Into Science Communication, Share Your Story

image calling for contributors to the EGU's HS blog

After some holidays, the blog of the EGU’s Hydrological Science (HS) division is back – and looking for contributors to share their unique experiences, personal views, and inspiring research stories.  What Stories Are We Looking For?  We invite all hydrologists from any professional background, including graduate students and early career scientists, to submit contributions.  You can present the b ...[Read More]

100 Years of Hydrology: Celebrating the IAHS in the South of France

100 Years of Hydrology: Celebrating the IAHS in the South of France

From May 29 to June 3, the International Association of Hydrological Sciences (IAHS) held its 11th Scientific Assembly in Montpellier, France. Over 600 hydrologists from 65 countries attended the conference, which also celebrated the IAHS’ 100 year anniversary. The day after the closing of the EGU General Assembly in Vienna on May 27, hundreds of hydrologists packed their bags and set out on a jou ...[Read More]

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]