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Hydrological Sciences

Editorial

2020 Recap of the HS Blog

2020 Recap of the HS Blog

It may seem strange to stop and look back on 2020. What a complicated year it was! We may however enjoy talking about good things that also happened this year. There may be many things we wish we coud have done (or done differently). We all missed our annual GA in Vienna, and learned how to chat and move on with communicating our research within the new concept of online meeting offered by the SGO ...[Read More]

2019 Recap of the HS Blog

Let’s look back on the first 22 HS blog posts published since our first Welcome to the HS division blog post in March. First and foremost, thanks to all the authors who contributed to the successful start of our blog in 2019! We hope to continue with the fortnightly publication of posts covering various topics related to hydrological sciences. If you have an idea for a topic, would like to write s ...[Read More]

Updates from the HS Division Meeting

Updates from the HS Division Meeting

The annual division meeting for Hydrological Sciences is the place to get updated on the latest developments of our division. It was great to see that hundreds of you attended. For those that did not attend (or for those that appreciate a reminder of what happened), here are some of the highlights: The Hydrological Sciences Division has a new president: Maria-Helena Ramos will serve as the preside ...[Read More]

Events at the General Assembly

Very soon, many of us will gather in Vienna for the EGU General Assembly. In addition to the many regular scientific sessions, there are a number of other events that may also be very relevant for you. Here are some of our suggestions (but don’t forget to check out the full program at www.egu2019.eu). Sunday Start your conference early and meet your peers in an informal setting by joining the Open ...[Read More]