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Heads Up: Early Career Hydrologists Highlights at EGU 2024

Heads Up: Early Career Hydrologists Highlights at EGU 2024

The upcoming annual EGU General assembly in Vienna is a fantastic opportunity for early career scientists (ECS) to engage with the international hydrological community, present their work, and build their networks.  But with the multitude of sessions, events, and lectures, it can be tricky to assemble your personal program – especially if it’s your first time attending EGU. We’ve got your ba ...[Read More]

Empowering ECS Voices in Wetland Conservation: Insights from COP28

Empowering ECS Voices in Wetland Conservation: Insights from COP28

In the arena of environmental conservation, the power of youth engagement is gaining increasing recognition as a force propelling positive change. This recognition is particularly evident in the endeavours aimed towards safeguarding our wetlands – crucial ecosystems brimming with biodiversity and providing indispensable services to both humanity and the natural world. At the 28th Conference of the ...[Read More]

The water crisis in Bengaluru, India, and its direct link to the degradation of the city’s lake system

The water crisis in Bengaluru, India, and its direct link to the degradation of the city’s lake system

In the heart of India’s rapid urban expansion, Bengaluru city’s escalating water crisis reveals a direct connection to the deteriorating health of its lake systems, once the lifeline of this burgeoning city. Bengaluru has an area of about 741 sq km and a population of 13.6 million (2023) and has been historically celebrated as the “city of lakes.” These lakes are interconnected with canals/ ...[Read More]

HydroData Chronicles: A High-Resolution 40-Year Rainfall Dataset Covering the Entire Contiguous US

HydroData Chronicles: A High-Resolution 40-Year Rainfall Dataset Covering the Entire Contiguous US

Welcome to our new blog-series focused on exploring the vast, yet fascinating world of hydrological datasets: HydroData Chronicles! Throughout this series, we embark on a journey through the intricate backend of hydrology, where data serves as the cornerstone of our understanding of water resources, as well as their potential impact on scientific research and policy-making. Join us as we navigate ...[Read More]