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Open your heart, science and data – and welcome Res. 42 by WMO

Open your heart, science and data – and welcome Res. 42 by WMO

Boundaries and limits. Everyone had a pleasant and rich (hopefully) taste of these concepts in 2020. Time-wise, workwise, and heart-wise among many others. Openness, tolerance and love. Everyone rightfully acknowledged the dearness of these feelings (probably) at the utmost level, again in 2020 – a year quite likely to be remembered as one of those soul-shattering years in the human history. Why d ...[Read More]

Timeless times, cosmos and hydrology

Timeless times, cosmos and hydrology

Close your eyes. What time is it? Is it still Tuesday? Oh, the calendar… Has 2021  started already? And, how are you? Yes, you! Sincerely asking, how are you? To anyone asking this question, the expected reply is usually simple and short. Nothing complicated here – you are either feeling good or bad (although some fuzziness is kindly welcome too). Personally, I often opt for a deep and detailed re ...[Read More]

The Young Hydrologic Society Stands Against Racism

In reaction to the murders of George Floyd, Ahmaud Arbery, Breonna Tayloy and too many others, we, early career scientists of the Young Hydrologic Society, are taking a stand in solidarity with the Black Lives Matter movement. We pledge to take actionable steps to amplify the voices of Black hydrologists in particular, and our Researchers of Colour colleagues in general, while fighting racial disc ...[Read More]