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The American Geophysical Union (AGU) Hydrology Section Student Subcommittee (H3S) is a group of motivated students and early career scientists who strive to provide student and early career hydrologists with opportunities for professional development as well as social interaction and networking within the broader geosciences community.

Research Highlights

Highlights of work from student and early career researchers in hydrology

Resources

Resources for graduate students and young professionals in academia and professional practice

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Upcoming Events

Events hosted by H3S and others relevant to hydrology

AJEDI

Providing resources to promote Accessibility, Justice, Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion (AJEDI) in the hydrology community


Jon Golla Researcher Feature on Critical Zone Hydrology

Introduction My name is Jon Golla and I am a Ph.D. candidate in the Department of Geology at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. I study fluid-rock interactions in the Critical Zone. My current work combines metal(loid) stable isotopes (i.e., Li and Si) and reactive transport modeling to characterize the biogeochemical and transport pathways that…

Postdoctoral Fellowships at US Science Agencies: Questions and Answers

Are you wrapping up your Ph.D. and considering postdoctoral opportunities within federal agencies? In late October, AGU H3S and CUASHI organized a webinar with program managers from NASA, NOAA and the USGS to discuss the application process for the postdoctoral fellowships within each of their agencies. Dr. Scott Miller from NASA discussed the NASA Postdoctoral…

Researcher Feature: Atmospheric physicist Brian Carroll provides insights on the NASA Postdoctoral Program

Introduction My name is Brian Carroll, and I’m an atmospheric physicist. My research focuses on lidar remote sensing algorithms and analysis, applied to studies ranging from moisture transport and cloud processes to wildfires and air quality. After earning a PhD in atmospheric physics, I spent two years as a NASA Postdoctoral Program (NPP) fellow at…