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Events in February

BHS meeting

Peter Wolf Young Hydrologists Event

26-27 May 2016

Type: Conference / Symposium

This year's meeting will be held at the University of Bristol. This meeting is a great opportunity for students and those at an early career stage to share work and netowrk with others are all aspect of hydrology, hydrogelogy and water resources.  Deadline for abstract submissions is 22 April 2016.  Don't delay: apply now!

BHS meeting

HYDROLOGISTS MAKE THE WATER GO ROUND!

30-01 September 2016

Type: Conference / Symposium

This is the title of the 4th BHS International Conference, to be held at Cranfield University. Further details will be circulated shortly.

BHS meeting

Ecohydraulic modelling

04 February 2016

Type: Regional Meeting

BHS SE Section meeting.  ICE, 1 Great George Street, London. Andy Gill (Atkins) and Mike Acreman (CEH) will present recent ecohydrdraulic modelling development and applications for the benefit of the riverine environment. More details on flyer. No charge for the meeting: BHS members and non-members welcome.

BHS meeting

River Thames Scheme – determining the ecological baseline

03 March 2016

Type: Regional Meeting

SE section meeting at ICE London.  Flyer with more details to follow.

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Land Use and Hydrological Extremes

13 June 2016

Type: National Meeting

This meeting aims to discuss current research on land-use and hydrological extremes and the need for innovative strategies to reduce the impact of future events. Key themes:

  • Relationships between landscape and hydrological extremes
  • New techniques to assess the impact of catchment-scale land management on river flows
  • Land use impacts on hydrological drought
  • Case studeis providing evidence for rural, upland and natural flood management policies
  Call for abstracts now open: deadline submisiion 25 March 2016  

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Hydroecology and the fine sediment conundrum: quantifying, mitigating and managing the issues

06 July 2016

Type: National Meeting

The meeting will consider the fine sedimentation cascade in its broadest sense and will feature three invited keynote talks: Dr Gary Bilotta (University of Brighton), Prof. Adrian Collins (Rothamsted Research) and Dr Chris Extence and Richard Chadd (Environment Agency) Presentations and posters will be welcomed in the following areas: (note: abstract deadline 29 april 2016)

  • Sediment transport, erosion and deposition in freshwater systems
  • Methodological advancements in the assessment of fine sediment transport, deposition and the clogging of sub-surface substrates.
  • Ecological consequences of fine sediment.
  • Interactions between aquatic ecology and fine sediment
  • Management, conservation and restoration of aquatic ecosystems associated with fine sediment pressures.

Historic Droughts Symposium

22 March 2016

Type: Conference / Symposium

Understanding Past Droughts to Inform Decision Making in Future A one-day symposium to further understanding of past droughts to inform improvements in management and communciation of drought in future. Attendance is free but places are limited: please sign up by 19th February.

EGU 2016, Vienna

17-22 April 2016

Type: Conference / Symposium

Deadline for submission of abstracts is 13 January 2016.

14th GWMF Workshop

16 May 2016

Type: Conference / Symposium

A combined GWMF workshop and Darcy lecture to be held at Burlington House in London. The topic of the event is “Motive, Method and Means: the why, the how and data for Repurposing Groundwater Models”.  Contributions from all areas of groundwater modelling, including pollution transport, water resource management or infrastructure and construction are welcome. 
To register your interest for a stand at the Modeller’s Fair, please submit a title and 100-200 word synopsis of the work you intend to present to Corinna Abesser (cabe@bgs.ac.uk) no later than the 15th January 2016. Further details here:

iEMSs 2016

10-14 July 2016

Type: Conference / Symposium

The theme for the 8th International Congress on Environmental Modelling & software is “Supporting Sustainable Futures”. The conference is organized around a series of themes, streams, and sessions. Key streams include: Model development and modelling frameworks • Integrated Environmental Modeling • Climate Change Modeling • Environmental Modeling Uncertainty Issues, optimization, sensitivity analysis • Data mining, machine learning, GIS, remote sensing • Environmental Modeling for decision making and engaging the public • innovative Software • Algorithms for Environmental Modeling • Applications of Environmental Modeling Please consider submitting an abstract or a brief technical paper (8 page max) for either oral or poster presentation. Accepted technical papers will be published in the conference proceedings. To submit your abstract or paper now, please visit the conference web site: http://www.iemss.org/sites/iemss2016/

Nordic Water 2016

08-10 August 2016

Type: Conference / Symposium

International Conference to be held in Kaunas, Lithuania, to present and discuss the role of hydrology towards water resources sustainability in its widest sense. Abstracts deadline: 1 February 2016 Further details on Conference flyer.