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Hydrology delivers Earth System Sciences to Society (HESSS4): Improving and Integrating Knowledge across Disciplines on Global Energy, Water and Carbon Cycles

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Last updated:
26 June 2017
Several community-wide initiatives (such as CMIP, GSWP, ISIMIP, HAPPI, ILAMB, etc.) have developed to synthesize and advance knowledge of climate change impacts, land surface processes, global energy, and water and biogeochemical cycles. These initiatives have made indispensable contributions to recent advances in Earth system sciences. The 4th International Conference, Hydrology Delvers Earth System Sciences to Society (HESSS4), was hosted at the Institution of Industrial science with the University of Tokyo in Tokyo, Japan the week of May 16th, 2017. Its purpose was to strengthen synergies between research communities of climate modeling, monitoring, and impact assessment, and to discuss how to deliver scientific achievements to our society. Here, we call for papers for a special collection in Water Resources Research to compile those interdisciplinary works introduced at HESSS4 and extend the invitation to associated communities. Further details of the conference are available on the Web page.