Precipitation Processes and Observations for Atmospheric, Land Surface, and Hydrological Modeling
Flood Prediction, Analysis, Decision Support, and Management
Extreme Rainfall and Hydrologic Extremes
Advances in Evaporation and Evaporative Demand
Improving Drought Analysis and Prediction with Multiple Data Sources
Improving our Understanding of Flash Drought and its Associated Impacts
Earth Observations and Environmental Modeling for Agriculture and Food Security
Probabilistic Hydrometeorological Forecasting and Uncertainty Analysis (joint with (i) Weather Analysis and Forecasting (WAF)/Numerical Weather Prediction (NWP) AND (ii) Probability and Statistics)
The Importance of Forecasts for Multi-Objective Reservoir Operations.
Land-Atmosphere and Land-Ocean Interactions
Soil-Plant-Atmosphere Interactions in Amazonia
Heavy Precipitation and Flood Risk Under a Changing Climate (joint with Climate Variability and Change)
Snow Processes and Melt Detection through Remote Sensing, Modeling, and Data Assimilation
From Droughts to Deluges - Learning from Practitioners how to Value the Human Health and Societal Impacts of Hydrologic Disasters
Student Award Opportunities
The 34th Conference on Hydrology will sponsor a competition for students presenting their own original research in hydrology. Student presentations will be judged on scientific content, presentation quality, and the overall effectiveness of the presentation. The competition will award first and second place cash prizes, consisting of $150 for first place and $75 for second place for both oral and poster presentations. . To enter the competition, you must indicate your desire to participate in the competition when submitting your abstract.