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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