23 unsolved problems in Hydrology: cryospheric perspective
The International Association of Hydrological Sciences (IAHS) have taken inspiration from the field of mathematics.
Progress in hydrology is currently hampered by the rather fragmented
research and we need stronger harmonisation of research efforts. At the
beginning of the 20th Century, mathematician David Hilbert set out 23
unsolved mathematical problems which have greatly stimulated focused
research in mathematics. IAHS asks:
23 questions will be selected following a discussion on the IAHS LinkedIn group. The International Commission on Snow and Ice Hydrology (ICSIH) would very much appreciate if you could contribute to the discussion and feel free to add your own questions too. The questions ICSIH have posted are: