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Hydrological Sciences

Maria-Helena Ramos

Maria-Helena Ramos is a research scientist in hydrology and hydrometeorology at the National Research Institute for Agriculture, Food and Environment (INRAE) in France. She is president of the EGU Division on Hydrological Sciences (HS) since April 2019.

Hydrologists celebrate Earth Day 2022

Hydrologists celebrate Earth Day 2022

Today is Earth Day. As hydrologists, we work closely with what covers about 71% of the Earth’s surface: water! How do you feel when surrounded by Earth’s nature? How would you describe the contribution of your research on the water cycle to the wellbeing of our planet? If you should prepare a warning sign to join people marching in the streets on this special day, what would you write? ...[Read More]

A lot (but never too much) of hydrology at EGU22

A lot (but never too much) of hydrology at EGU22

The EGU General Assembly 2022 will take place on 23–27 May 2022, with more than 12,000 presentations that will be delivered and viewed both virtually or on-site in Vienna (Austria Center Vienna). About 1,900 presentations are included in the 99 scientific sessions that are led by the Hydrological Sciences (HS) Division. The 2022 conference programme is now online, but how do we navigate through th ...[Read More]

Timeline of historical highlights of the EGU Hydrological Sciences Division

Timeline of historical highlights of the EGU Hydrological Sciences Division

Do you know when the Hydrological Sciences Division had their first Early Career Scientist representative? Or who the division president was in 2016? Check the answers below, where we list these and other historical highlights over almost 20 years of the Hydrological Sciences (HS) Division. Overall, the most striking fact is certainly the steady growth and diversification of the community and the ...[Read More]

Goodbye 2021: looking forward to the challenges ahead

Goodbye 2021: looking forward to the challenges ahead

When I started as Division president, at the General Assembly in 2019, I thought: “Well, my predecessors were very nice; people did not complain (at least not too much), so I guess I can do exactly as they did.” I was not expecting a virus pandemic that would change so many things, including moving, with short notice, all activities online! As I mentioned in a previous post, I cannot hide that the ...[Read More]