On 11th September 2019, members of the hydrology and land surface science communities gathered at the Royal Society in London for the Next Generation Land-surface and Hydrological Predictions meeting. This was the annual meeting of the UK Natural Environment Research Council’s Hydro-JULES Programme (www.hydrojules.org).
Eleanor blyth introducing the afternoon's speakers.
This year European Geosciences Union (EGU) General Assembly returned to Vienna, and included a few participants from the Hydro-JULES program. The conference was by far the largest I have attended with over 16,000 participants in total: even deciding which of the multiple parallel sessions to attend was difficult. Anyway, below are a few of the talks/sessions that I found interesting.
Hydro-JULES was delighted to be invited to exhibit at the FFIR Open Event on 27th November 2018. Marking the end of a five-year programme, with sub-project names such as ‘Frank’ and ‘Sinatra’, was always going to be something special, made even more so with the dulcet tones of Frank Sinatra (provided by the fabulous Kevin Fitzsimmons trio) filling the Royal Society rooms.