🌊🚀☂️ H3S Summer Abstract Contest 🌊🚀☂️

This summer, H3S is hosting a fun student competition! If you thought writing an abstract for the AGU Fall Meeting was hard, try to rewrite that abstract, or any of your work, using only the top ten hundred (1,000) most used words in the English language.Prizes for the top voted abstracts include a free AGU Fall … Continue reading 🌊🚀☂️ H3S Summer Abstract Contest 🌊🚀☂️

Paul Vermunt’s Research Showcase: What radar tells us about vegetation water dynamics

Paul Vermunt, PhD Candidate at Delft University of Technology, The Netherlands, in between a drought-stressed (left) and non-stressed (right) corn plant. Photo by Saeed Khabbazan. About me Hi! I am a Ph.D. candidate at Delft University of Technology in The Netherlands. With an academic background in environmental sciences and hydrology, I am intrigued by understanding … Continue reading Paul Vermunt’s Research Showcase: What radar tells us about vegetation water dynamics

Brianda Hernandez Researcher Feature: Water security and more!

Brianda Hernandez is a graduate student at the University of Nevada, Reno (UNR) in the Graduate Program of Hydrologic Sciences working towards a M.S. in Hydrogeology. She works alongside Dr. Alexandra Lutz at the Desert Research Institute looking at the feasibility of rainwater harvesting in the southwestern United States to attain water security for food … Continue reading Brianda Hernandez Researcher Feature: Water security and more!

Brendan O’Leary’s Research Showcase: Evaluating the pathways and risks for shallow urban groundwater in the Great Lakes Basin

Urban centers face many environmental issues that can lead to direct impacts on community health, property values, and environmental justice.  Understanding pollutant movement in the environment and how it impacts urban health is critical for sustainable urban development, particularly when evaluating the sustainability of urban water systems. This cross-over between urban health and hydrology brought … Continue reading Brendan O’Leary’s Research Showcase: Evaluating the pathways and risks for shallow urban groundwater in the Great Lakes Basin

Esther Lee’s Research Showcase: What does hydraulic redistribution tell us about how ecosystems respond to climate change?

PHD CANDIDATE IN UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS—URBANA CHAMPAIGN During her adolescence, Esther met a girl in Kenya who struggled a whole day to get fresh drinking water. Looking at the girl, she wondered: Why do some children waste fresh water in luxury while other children suffer from drinking waste water? Why do some children get public … Continue reading Esther Lee’s Research Showcase: What does hydraulic redistribution tell us about how ecosystems respond to climate change?