YESS News and Meetings

  1. Call for applications

    “Water Cycle in a 1.5°C warmer world: interdisciplinary approaches” – Joint Early Career Researcher Workshop YESS-APECS-YHS, supported by WCRP and AGU & ‘under the auspices of the WCRP Climate Science Week‘December 7, 2019 @ AGU Fall Meeting, Afternoon (Tentative time: 1-5 PM) The joint early career researchers (ECR) workshop “Water...
  2. YESS present in TROP-ICSU workshop in France

    Our European member Moha Diallo represented the YESS Community in the TROP-ICSU workshop, which took place on June 28th in Paris (France). Here you have his experience: I arrived in Paris y around noon. Nathalie Fromproix, current IUBS Executive Director, picked up Anita Nagarajan, leader of TROP ICSU, and me as a...
  3. YESS-YHS-APECS ECR workshop at AGU Fall Meeting 2019

    The YESS Community, with the Young Hydrologic Society (YHS) and the Association of Polar Early Career Scientists (APECS), will be hosting an ECR workshop during AGU Fall Meeting between December 8th and 13th 2019. In the context of the WCRP 40th Anniversary Celebration Symposium, the objective of this 4-hour workshop is to bring...
  4. YESS present in TROP-ICSU workshop in Egypt

    Our African members Amira Nasser and Gamil Gamal represented the YESS Community in the TROP-ICSU workshop, which was held in Cairo (Egypt). Here you have their experience: We attended the Faculty Development Program Workshop on ‘Climate Across the Curriculum: Educational Resources for Teachers‘, organized by the Egyptian Academy of Scientific Research...
  5. Outcome 2019 YESS Elections!

    We are happy to announce that YESS has a new generation of Executive Committee’s members and Regional Representatives. Both groups are elected by the YESS Council and has a major role in the community. The Execom is responsible for maintaining an overview, guiding YESS activities and is the contact point...

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