The 37th Conference on Hydrology is sponsored by the American Meteorological Society and organized by the AMS Committee on Hydrology.
Call for Papers
Papers for the 37th Conference on Hydrology are solicited on the following:
Advancements in Analysis and Prediction of Drought
Advances in the Estimation of Evapotranspiration (ET) and Atmospheric Evaporative Demand (Eo)
An Integrated Approach to Modeling, Observations and Prediction of Water Availability
Compounding and Cascading Causes and Effects of Flash Drought
Continental and Global Scale Flood Prediction, Analysis, and Management
Data-Driven Methods for Hydrological Modeling, Prediction, and Uncertainty Estimation
High-latitude Water and Carbon Cycles in a Warming World
Hydrometeorology in High-altitude Complex Terrain: Multi-scale Observations and Models to Advance Understanding and Future Changes
Land Data Assimilation for Earth System Prediction
Linking Snow Hydrology and Society through Remote Sensing, Modeling, Data Assimilation, and Analytics
Precipitation Processes and Observations for Atmospheric, Land Surface, and Hydrological Modeling
Probabilistic Hydrometeorological Forecasting and Uncertainty Analysis: Theory and Application
Recent Advances in Modeling, Monitoring, and Forecasting of Floods
Remote Sensing of Precipitation at Regional, Continental, and Global Scales: Estimation, Evaluation, and Applications
Urban Hydrology and Flood-related Hazards and Risks
Other Topics in Hydrology
An Update on Flood Inundation Mapping and Messaging Projects Across the Globe
Toward Hydrologically Useful and Actionable Climate and Weather Model Output: Development, Evaluation, and Applications of Downscaling and Bias Correction Methods
Student Award Opportunities
The 37th 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.