Over the past year, the Hydrology Section leadership has been in discussion with AGU on the subject of a hydrology-focused meeting, similar in concept to the very successful Ocean Sciences Meeting held on even years. Given the size and growth of the Fall Annual Meeting, the Section Leadership sees this as an outstanding opportunity to […]
Read the Guidelines for Technical Committee chairs and members and operations developed in 2018 and 2019 [here].
For the month of April, H3S, AGU’s Hydrology Section Student Subcommittee, will be taking over CUAHSI’s Cyberseminar series. Each of the four seminars will showcase talks by four early career scientists studying some of the most pressing issues around hydrology and beyond, including: 1) Coastal Dynamics in a Changing World 2) Rivers and Lakes Under […]
It is my pleasure to announce the winners of the 2018 Hydrology Section Outstanding Student Presenter Award. These are some amazing students and from all of us in the Section, we want to both congratulate you on your outstanding presentation of your research! This is a very challenging competition, and I know the judges and […]
December 2018 Hydrology Section Newsletter is published [here]. Many thanks to all for their contributions!
See the new Best Practice guidelines for Hydrology Section awards committees here! Updated 1/10/2019
July 2018 Hydrology Section Newsletter is published [here]. Many thanks to all for their contributions!
Dear Hydrology Section, As promised at the Hydrology Section Business Meeting in New Orleans and in the July newsletter, here are the new nomination guidelines for the Hydrology Section Awards for 2018. These guidelines pertain only to the Hydrology section awards: Walter Langbein Lecture, Paul A. Witherspoon Lecture, Early Career Award, and the Hydrological Sciences Award. Union awards, medals and prizes and Union Fellows honors […]
The Hydrology Section Student Subcommittee (H3S) of the American Geophysical Union serves and represents all student members of the organization whose research interests contain a hydrological component. H3S was established in 2014 with the goals of: (1) creating opportunities to enhance the experience of student and early career members of the Hydrology section; (2) fostering […]
December 2017 Hydrology Section Newsletter is now published [here]. Many thanks to all for their contributions!