Mountainhydrology at AGU 2016

Mountainhydrology will be at AGU Fallmeeting 2016 the coming week with a whole bunch of exciting posters and talks. Drop by, say hi and ask us on advice on how to fall asleep when a 800kg Yak incessantly burps next to your tent.
On Monday Arthur will kick off with a talk on his recent paper on future shifts and extremes in the Indus basin at 0915 at Moscone West 3005.
The same day and same location at 4pm Walter will talk about recent advances in understanding climate, river and glacier dynamics in High Mountain Asia.
On Thursday morning Philip will show the findings from his recent paper on surface features on Langtang glacier at Moscone South. At the same location in the afternoon Jakob will present recent work on High Mountain Asia topography.
Finally on Friday morning at 0830 Francesca will give an overview over recent advances on debris covered glaciers and Pascal will follow with his talk on cliff modelling at Moscone West 3007.