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Hydrological forecasting & more at EGU 2022

Hydrological forecasting & more at EGU 2022

Happy New Year! We’ve got a new year resolution for you: submit an abstract to EGU22! The EGU 2022 Annual General Assembly will take place from 3–8 April 2022. To adapt to the COVID-19 situation, this event will be hybrid with remote and in-person elements. It will be a great opportunity to find out about the latest scientific advances and to socialize with friends and colleagues virtually and in Vienna. This year again, the EGU HS Hydrological Forecasting subdivision is…

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Competition: How would you explain your work if you knew only 200 simple words?

Competition: How would you explain your work if you knew only 200 simple words?

Contributed by Louise Arnal, Rebecca Emerton, Liz Stephens, Hannah Cloke It is not always easy to explain what you work on, especially when you have to avoid using jargon specific to your field. Yet, this is something that we almost all have to do from time to time. It is important to be able to explain your research simply in order to communicate effectively with scientists in other fields and, for example, businesses, policy makers and the public. So we…

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