The Oxford hydrology group (OHS) and SoGE landscapes cluster have joined forces for our seminar series this term. Talks are held Fridays 11 am in the Desert room (odd weeks), and we have tea together Thursdays 11 am in the East Lab (even weeks). Our seminars this term are: 28 October 2022: Taylor Schildgen (GFZ-Potsdam) […]
An exclusive river water quality modelling masterclass based on 14 lectures with free software, practical session, support notes and papers by OWN Member Prof. Paul Whitehead with Guest Presentations from Industry and Academia is going to be running soon. For more information and access to the course go to Oxford Molecular Biosensors (click on video […]
OWN member, Dr Kevin Wheeler, publish a new article in Science Magazine, titled “What will it take to stabilize the Colorado River?” Download the article here: https://www.science.org/doi/10.1126/science.abo4452 Read the Oxford Martin School’s recent article that featuring this Science publication: Current policies cannot stabilise the Colorado River in face of ongoing megadrought “An ongoing megadrought, impacts […]
OXFORD – July 2022 The AGU (American Geophysical Union) Fall meeting will be held in Chicago and online from 12-16 December 2022. The AGU Fall meeting is the world’s most prominent Earth and space science event, bringing together research communities to advance science and create impact. This year the theme of the meeting is ‘Science […]
Despite the fact that the year has started in the pandemic, and the Michaelmas and Hilary terms are passed, the Trinity term exam season is approaching. Since 2004, students from all over the world have taken the master’s degree examination in Water Science, Policy, and Management (WSPM) every spring/summer. We understand that studying for examinations might […]
Earlier this year, Louise Slater and Kathryn Pharr, the Oxford Water Network (OWN) chair and coordinator respectively, stepped down from their positions. After three years at the helm, Louise is stepping back to focus on her research on Dynamic Drivers of Flood Risks , while Kathryn has taken up the role of Senior Policy Analyst […]
By Aaron Acuda (WSPM 2020-2021) This year, unlike the previous years, the residential field trip was at the end of the course. The disruptions caused by COVID were obvious. Nevertheless, having a field trip at the end of the course was one of the silver linings of the dark cloud. It was advantageous because the […]
Although the year has begun in the pandemic and the COVID-19 is still current, we are excited to welcome the new batch of students with strong enthusiasm for water, whether in person or online! Every autumn since 2004, a new group of students from around the world has arrived at the University of Oxford to […]
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