Category Archives: hydrology

What is stormwater? And how did we get to where we are today?

For a week in October 2016, I had over 38,000 twitter followers as I took a turn hosting the @realscientists account. Of course, I spent a bunch of my time preaching the gospel of stormwater management. Here are tweets over two days synopsizing its history in 140 character bites. Continue reading

Categories: by Anne, hydrology

Kent State University’s Water and Land Symposium

This year’s symposium occurred on October 5-6, 2016, and featured the theme of “Sustainability and Resilience on the Land-Water Continuum.” Continue reading

Categories: academic life, by Anne, environment, hydrology, public science, society

Flash flooding in Maryland: freak event? climate change symptom? urban runoff problem? Or all of the above?

On Saturday night, as many people were enjoying an evening out in Maryland, and I was enjoying an evening in in Ohio, a tweet from Johns Hopkins professor and Baltimore resident, Dr.┬áSarah Horst caught my eye: I didn't know it … Continue reading

Categories: by Anne, climate science, geohazards, hydrology

Snapshots of the Middle Cuyahoga River on World Water Day

View the story “Snapshots of the Middle Cuyahoga watershed on World Water Day” on Storify

Categories: by Anne, fieldwork, hydrology, photos

The case of the disappearing lake

High in the Oregon Cascades, there is a lake attracting quite a bit of attention this summer. That’s because it is disappearing. The disappearing lake, appropriately called Lost Lake, isn’t just disappearing because of the drought that Oregon has been … Continue reading

Categories: by Anne, fieldwork, geopuzzling, hydrology, volcanoes