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flood impact training

  • XPSWMM Training

    A comprehensive series to enable delegates to progress from a basic to advanced level of competence in integrated catchment modelling with xpswmm (powered by TUFLOW). In outline the series will cover stormwater, Low Impact Development (LID), river, culvert and existing urban drainage modelling, advanced stormwater hydrology, dual drainage, ...

    By XP Solutions based in Portland, OREGON (USA). from XPSWMM Training Training line

  • Ecosystem Services at ELI

    Ecosystem services are the suite of environmental goods and services essential to human well-being. These services cover a broad spectrum, ranging from flood control to climate regulation. Society often considers ecosystem services to be free public benefits and does not assign them a value that reflects their societal contribution. By identifying ...

    By Environmental Law Institute (ELI) based in Washington, DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA (USA). from Ecosystem Services at ELI Training line

  • Rutgers University - Flood Hazard Area Control Act Rules: Technical Standards Part I

    This one-day seminar presents part I of the technical standards of New Jersey's Flood Hazard Area Control Act Rules. These rules represent the most stringent statewide flood mitigation and stream-corridor protection standards in the country.Featured topics include: Standards for work within regulated waters; Threatened and endangered species; ...

    By Rutgers Office of Continuing Professional Education (OCPE) based in New Brunswick, NEW JERSEY (USA).

  • Pacific Salmonids: Ecology

    Salmonids, including Pacific salmon and trout, are an important component of ecologic and economic health in western North America. Salmon and trout of the Pacific Coast have continued to evolve in the face of natural disturbances such as floods, fires, volcanoes, wind-throw and disease. In fact, these influences have helped these species maintain ...

    By Northwest Environmental Training Center (NWETC) based in Issaquah, WASHINGTON (USA). from Pacific Salmonids: Ecology Training line

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