Where should hydrology go? An early-career perspective on the next IAHS Scientific Decade: 2023–2032

Theresa C. van Hateren, Harro J. Jongen*, Hadeel Alzawaidah, Joris G.W. Beemster, Judith Boekee, Linda Bogerd, Sijia Gao, Christin Kannen, Ilja van Meerveld, Sjoukje I. de Lange, Felicia Linke, Rose B. Pinto, Janneke O.E. Remmers, Jessica Ruijsch, Steven R. Rusli, Roeland C. van de Vijsel, Jerom P.M. Aerts, Sehouevi M.D. Agoungbome, Markus Anys, Sara Blanco ramírezTim van Emmerik, Luca Gallitelli, Gabriela Chiquito Gesualdo, Wendy Gonzalez Otero, Sarah Hanus, Zixiao He, Svenja Hoffmeister, Ruben O. Imhoff, Tim Kerlin, Sumit M. Meshram, Judith Meyer, Aline Meyer Oliveira, Andreas C.T. Müller, Remko Nijzink, Mirjam Scheller, Louise Schreyers, Dhruv Sehgal, Paolo F. Tasseron, Adriaan J. Teuling, Michele Trevisson, Kryss Waldschläger, Bas Walraven, Chanoknun Wannasin, Jan Wienhöfer, Mar J. Zander, Shulin Zhang, Jingwei Zhou, Judith Y. Zomer, Bob W. Zwartendijk

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Abstract

This paper shares an early-career perspective on potential themes for the upcoming International Association of Hydrological Sciences (IAHS) Scientific Decade (SD). This opinion paper synthesizes six discussion sessions in western Europe identifying three themes that all offer a different perspective on the hydrological threats the world faces and could serve to direct the broader hydrological community: “Tipping points and thresholds in hydrology,” “Intensification of the water cycle,” and “Water services under pressure.” Additionally, four trends were distinguished concerning the way in which hydrological research is conducted: big data, bridging science and practice, open science, and inter- and multidisciplinarity. These themes and trends will provide valuable input for future discussions on the theme for the next IAHS SD. We encourage other early-career scientists to voice their opinion by organizing their own discussion sessions and commenting on this paper to make this initiative grow from a regional initiative to a global movement.
Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)529-541
JournalHydrological Sciences Journal
Volume68
Issue number4
Early online date9 Mar 2023
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 12 Mar 2023

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