Here’s a list of my favorite water blogs.
- Tony Ladson. Excellent technical resource with regular posts on the mathematical, statistical, and computational aspects of hydrology.
- AboutHydrology. The blog of Riccardo Rigon. Features a popular and regularly-updated list of R tools for hydrology. Also features videos, technical resources, and some really interesting musings on the science of hydrology and hydrological modeling.
- Joe’s Water Blog. An informative and passionately-written blog. It’s politically-motivated and argues convincingly for the introduction of water pricing in Ireland. Also features interesting articles on water issues globally.
- Hydrology on Reddit. Not exactly a blog; more of a forum. Very popular. Lots of fresh posts. Plenty of interaction from the global community of hydrologists. Well worth adding to your bookmarks and checking regularly.
- HEPEX. Very passionate and active group of researchers focused on hydrological forecasting. A great community. Interesting posts appear regularly.
- Water Programming blog from the Reed group. Essential reading for folks immersed in the world of water resources systems modeling and optimization.
- Maven’s Notebook. Insane flow of information on California water resources.
- Anne Jefferson. Just discovered this very nice pure hydrology blog. Look forward to following Anne’s posts more closely.
Others that I intend to check in on from time to time:
- UK Centre for Ecology and Hydrology blog.
- On The Public Record.
- A blog about Scottish snow (!!)
Water blogging is alive and well. Please comment below if I missed any good ones, including blogs in languages other than English.