In August 2018 I did graphic recording at the Nordic Hydrology Conference in Bergen, Norway. The conference addressed hydrology and water resource management in a changing world, covering a range of topics from sustainable urban hydrological solutions; groundwater; floods; land-atmosphere interactions; hydrological processes and modelling; climate services; and hydropower. I covered three topic sessions: (1) Surface water, groundwater and blue-green solutions in urban areas, (2) Groundwater, and (3) Environmental flows, water quality and sediments, as well as the talks from the five keynote speakers.

In August 2018 I did graphic recording at the Nordic Hydrology Conference in Bergen, Norway. The conference addressed hydrology and water resource management in a changing world, covering a range of topics from sustainable urban hydrological solutions; groundwater; floods; land-atmosphere interactions; hydrological processes and modelling; climate services; and hydropower. I covered three topic sessions: (1) Surface water, groundwater and blue-green solutions in urban areas, (2) Groundwater, and (3) Environmental flows, water quality and sediments, as well as the talks from the five keynote speakers.

 The keynote talk by Tor Håkon Bakken explored whether hydropower reservoirs consume more energy than they provide; the talk especially touched on the issue of loss through evaporation in hydropower.

The keynote talk by Tor Håkon Bakken explored whether hydropower reservoirs consume more energy than they provide; the talk especially touched on the issue of loss through evaporation in hydropower.

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 In August 2018 I did graphic recording at the Nordic Hydrology Conference in Bergen, Norway. The conference addressed hydrology and water resource management in a changing world, covering a range of topics from sustainable urban hydrological solutions; groundwater; floods; land-atmosphere interactions; hydrological processes and modelling; climate services; and hydropower. I covered three topic sessions: (1) Surface water, groundwater and blue-green solutions in urban areas, (2) Groundwater, and (3) Environmental flows, water quality and sediments, as well as the talks from the five keynote speakers.
 The keynote talk by Tor Håkon Bakken explored whether hydropower reservoirs consume more energy than they provide; the talk especially touched on the issue of loss through evaporation in hydropower.
bonsor-bridgingthegap.jpg
borga-flashfloods.jpg
brown-ecohydrology.jpg
muthanna-urbanresilience.jpg
bluegreensolutions1.jpg
bluegreensolutions2.jpg
bluegreensolutions3.jpg
environmentalflows1.jpg
bluegreensolutions4.jpg
environmentalflows2.jpg
bluegreensolutions5.jpg
bluegreensolutions-groundwater.jpg
groundwater2.jpg

In August 2018 I did graphic recording at the Nordic Hydrology Conference in Bergen, Norway. The conference addressed hydrology and water resource management in a changing world, covering a range of topics from sustainable urban hydrological solutions; groundwater; floods; land-atmosphere interactions; hydrological processes and modelling; climate services; and hydropower. I covered three topic sessions: (1) Surface water, groundwater and blue-green solutions in urban areas, (2) Groundwater, and (3) Environmental flows, water quality and sediments, as well as the talks from the five keynote speakers.

The keynote talk by Tor Håkon Bakken explored whether hydropower reservoirs consume more energy than they provide; the talk especially touched on the issue of loss through evaporation in hydropower.

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