Oxford Hydrology Group meeting
9 October 2020
11:30-12:30 British time
Grand Debate Series
The first ‘debate’ will be taking place on focusing on the question ‘Where does the water come from?’. Arguably a question that delves deep into what it means to do hydrology covering ideas such as why is storm flow ‘old’ after heavy precipitation events and why do riparian trees draw water isotopically different to adjacent streams. Hopefully this will help unpick the use of hydrological theories over multiple spatial scales and lead to friendly discussion.
The Oxford Hydrology Group is an enthusiastic group of students and staff members based at the University of Oxford with a shared passion around hydrology. Through weekly meetings, OHG seeks to share our knowledge and understanding among members and keep up-to-date with all the latest developments in the field of hydrology. Our interests stretch from evapotranspiration in the Congo Basin to Earth observation and fluvial geomorphology to the impact of dams.
This group is open to anyone at the University of Oxford who is interested in doing something water related. OHG is keen on interdisciplinary work and so is not limited to hydrologists!
For details to join the meeting and to be added to the mailing list, please contact the organiser, Marcus Buechel.
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