The 36th Conference on Hydrology is sponsored by the American Meteorological Society and organized by the AMS Committee on Hydrology.
Call for Papers
Papers for the 36th Conference on Hydrology are solicited on the following:
Actionable Hydrology Enabled by AI and Process-Based Modeling;
Advancements in Analysis and Prediction of Drought;
Advances in Evaporation and Evaporative Demand Estimation and Application;
Data Driven Approaches for Quantifying Predictability and Uncertainty of Ecohydrological Processes in Earth System Models;
Flash Drought at the Intersection of Food, Energy, Health, and Water Security;
Flood Prediction, Analysis, and Management;
How Can Soil Moisture Make a Difference? Using Soil Moisture Data for Improved Applications or Decision Making;
Improved Monitoring, Modeling, and Prediction of Water Availability Across Scales;
Improving and accounting for present and future reservoir evaporative loss;
Land Data Assimilation Systems and Their Applications;
Linking Snow Hydrology and Society through Remote Sensing, Modeling, and Data Assimilation;
NOAA’s National Water Model: Improving Hydrologic Consistency, Operational Forecast Utility, and Enhancing Impact-Based Decision Support Services;
Physical and Social Processes Responsible for Water and Food Security Risks;
Precipitation Processes and Observations for Atmospheric, Land Surface, and Hydrological Modeling;
Probabilistic Forecasting and Uncertainty Analysis: Theory and Application;
Remote Sensing of Precipitation at Regional, Continental, and Global Scales: Estimation, Evaluation, and Applications;
Urban Hydrology: Modeling and Instrumentation
Land-Atmosphere and Land-Ocean Interactions (Joint between 36th Conference on Hydrology and the 35th Conference on Climate Variability and Change)
Student Award Opportunities
The 36th 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.
Contenders for the award must satisfy the following requirements:
Be enrolled at a university (either at undergraduate or graduate level) at the time of the presentation.
Be the lead author and presenter of the work
To enter the competition, you must indicate your desire to participate in the competition when submitting your abstract.