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Tison Award

Hydrological Sciences Journal: Journal des Sciences Hydrologiques

About the prize

The Tison Award was established by IAHS in 1982 and is now partly funded by Taylor & Francis. The award is granted for an outstanding paper by authors under 41 years of age published in Hydrological Sciences Journal or an IAHS book. The award aims to promote excellence in research by young hydrologists and is granted for an outstanding paper published by IAHS in a period of two years prior to the deadline for nominations.

Hydrological Sciences Journal is the official journal of the IAHS and provides a forum for original papers and for the exchange of information and views on significant developments in hydrology worldwide.

The scope of the journal includes:

  • The hydrological cycle on the Earth
  • Surface water, groundwater, snow and ice, in all their physical, chemical and biological processes, their interrelationships, and their relationships to geographical factors, atmospheric processes and climate, and Earth processes including erosion and sedimentation
  • Hydrological extremes and their impact
  • Measurement, mathematical representation and computational aspects of hydrological processes
  • Hydrological aspects of the use and management of water resources and their change under the influence of human activity
  • Water resources systems, including the planning, engineering, management and economic aspects of applied hydrology

Hydrological Sciences Journal

Table of Contents for Hydrological Sciences Journal. List of articles from both the latest and ahead of print issues.

Language: en-US

Publisher: tandf

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Tison Award Winners

2018Ryan T. Bailey & Saman Tavakoli KiviMethod for estimating available groundwater volume of small coral islands6214
2017Mohammad Merheb, Roger Moussa, Chadi Abdallah, François Colin, Charles Perrin & Nicolas BaghdadiHydrological response characteristics of Mediterranean catchments at different time scales: a meta-analysis6114
2016G. Thirel, V. Andréassian, C. Perrin, J.-N. Audouy, L. Berthet, P. Edwards, N. Folton, C. Furusho, A. Kuentz, J. Lerat, G. Lindström, E. Martin, T. Mathevet, R. Merz, J. Parajka, D. Ruelland and J. Vaze
Hydrology under change: an evaluation protocol to investigate how hydrological models deal with changing catchments607-8
2015A. Maltese, P.D. Bates, F. Capodici, M. Cannarozzo, G. Ciraolo and G. La LoggiaCritical analysis of thermal inertia approaches for surface soil water content retrieval585
2014David Lavers, Christel Prudhomme and David M. HannahEuropean precipitation connections with large-scale mean sea-level pressure (MSLP) 582
2013F. Lombardo, E. Volpi and D. Koutsoyiannis
Rainfall downscaling in time: theoretical and empirical comparison between multifractal and Hurst-Kolmogorov discrete random cascades576
2012David Love, Stefan Uhlenbrook, Gerald Corzo-Perez, Steve Twomlow and Pieter van der Zaag
Rainfall–interception–evaporation–runoff relationships in a semi-arid catchment, northern Limpopo basin, Zimbabwe555
2011Emmanuel Pagneux, Guðrún Gísladóttir and Árni Snorrason
Inundation extent as a key parameter for assessing the magnitude and return period of flooding events in southern Iceland555

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