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Hydrological Sciences
Maria-Helena Ramos

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.

Post #vEGU21 hydrological reflections

Post #vEGU21 hydrological reflections

#vEGU21 is over and it was an intense two-week period for many of us. Whether you occasionally zapped in or kept your whole last week free to join online, you certainly have heard a lot about it. Here I have collected a few reflections from the events related to the hydrological sciences division. The conference first week The first week presented several Union-wide debates and sessions. We learne ...[Read More]

Getting hydrologically ready for #vEGU21 Gather Online

Getting hydrologically ready for #vEGU21 Gather Online

Next week the vEGU General Assembly will start gathering its members online for its annual general assembly. Who would have imagined ten or five years ago that there would be two consecutive editions of EGU online? SGO Sharing Geoscience Online EGU2020 and now vEGU21 Last year, we only had six weeks to move from a traditional GA in Vienna in April to an online alternative. We learned a lot and ref ...[Read More]

Pathways towards solving the Unsolved Problems in Hydrology (UPH) – feedback from the EGU SGO chat session

Pathways towards solving the Unsolved Problems in Hydrology (UPH) – feedback from the EGU SGO chat session

At the EGU 2020 Sharing Geoscience Online (SGO) week, we had a chat room session dedicated to discuss progress and way forward on the 23 Unsolved Problems in Hydrology (UPH). As many of you, we experienced this exciting and fast-typing moment of discussing in-depth scientific issues during a short-duration, text-only chat. Many ideas were typed and some of them are shared with you in this post. Mo ...[Read More]

Chatting about science and hydrology at EGU GA 2020

Chatting about science and hydrology at EGU GA 2020

We all woke up that Monday morning 4 May 2020 (at home rather than in Vienna) with mixed feelings about what to expect from this year’s exceptional EGU GA: Sharing Geoscience Online. For some of us, it was the first time we were entering a chat room and, for many, the first time we were going to chat about our scientific work online. If you were an author, a convener or a curious attendee, that mo ...[Read More]