Water Modeling Events

  • Aqueous Geochemistry 2018

    This course introduces the quantitative, equilibriumbased methods which are used to understand the controls on the chemical composition of both surface and groundwaters. You will learn how simple thermodynamic principles can be used to quantify the potential for reactions between dissolved solutes and solid phases and will see how computer based models are now used to solve a range of geochemical ...


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  • Railway Planning 2018

    You'll become familiar with the key techniques of planning and management which address a wide variety of issues facing the industry. Specifically designed to familiarise you with the concepts and techniques of railway economics, management, and planning, you should be able to take up management positions in the railway and associated industries. The courses are led by Dr Nigel G. Harris of The ...


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  • Modelling and Forecasting of Floods 2019

    This course introduces different frameworks for flood estimation and modelling from statistical to simulation, from data driven to physically based modelling, and puts them in the wider context of flood risk management. Delegates will be taught how to use industry standard flood estimation and modelling techniques. They will also learn how catchments and rivers are modelled for flooding and other ...


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  • Groundwater Modelling 2019

    The Water Framework Directive and its daughter directive on groundwater place importance on the development of understanding of groundwater bodies and their interaction with the surface environment. Groundwater modelling plays an important role by bringing together conceptual understanding and quantitative data in a systematic framework to help understand and manage groundwater systems. The ...


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  • 10th International conference on river basin management including all aspects of hydrology, ecology, environmental management, flood plains and wetlands

    River Basin Management includes all aspects of Hydrology, Ecology, Environmental Management, Flood Plains and Wetlands. Riverine systems are coming under increasing pressure due to anthropological and natural causes. Prominent amongst the problems affecting them is water scarcity and quality, this requires the development of improved methods for better river management. Changes in the landscape, ...


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