Students, faculty, and staff from any institution, at any stage in their academic career, are encouraged to submit abstracts for the Annual AGU Hydrology Days event.  Presentations are welcome on all topics in hydrology, related fields of science, engineering, and linked systems.  The general focus of the meeting includes the water cycle and its interactions with land surface, atmospheric, ecosystem, economic and political processes, and all aspects of water resources engineering, management, and policy. 


Ecohydrology, Water, and Plants


Climate & Meteorology


Food-Energy-Water Systems

  • Agricultural Water Management
  • Energy-Water Nexus

Urban Water Systems

  • Stormwater & Green Infrastructure
  • Sustainable Growth & Development

Integrated River Basin Planning & Management

  • One Water 
  • Community Resilience 
  • Approaches for Informed Decision Making
  • Environmental Analysis & Modeling Solutions

Economics, Water Policy & Equity

  • Social Equity & Environmental Justice
  • Western Water Law & Policy
  • Socioeconomics
  • Water Literacy
  • Outreach & Education
  • Socio-Ecological Systems
  • Public Health

Contaminant Transport in Watershed Systems


Geoscience & Groundwater


Hydraulics & Geomorphology


Hydrologic Systems

  • Snow Hydrology
  • Climate
  • Meteorology

Statistical/Stochastic Hydrology


Wildfires & Watersheds

  • Cameron Peak Fire
  • East Troublesome Fire
  • Marshall Fire