Quantity, Beer, and Wine, Small Dam in the Background.

I was recently in South Australia doing some ratings training and learned of a tradition that I think should be shared globally amongst hydrographers. When a South Australian hydrographer gets a period of record high gauging, they get wier’d....

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Stu Hamilton (Author, Hydrology Corner Blog) posing with Agasha, a silverback mountain gorilla, in Rwanda.

The African continent is characterized by diverse geographic features, climates, and cultures but a common denominator is that African nations are working hard to improve social stability, economic security, public health, and environmental sustainability. Solutions emerging from various political adventures seem to be evolving toward a mix of governance approaches sourced from the west (based on an ideal of democratic capitalism) and those sourced from...

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