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Events in August 2020

BHS meeting

National River Flow Archive Update

12 August 2020

Type: Regional Meeting

On-line Zoom meeting organised by the Pennines Section, featuring the following:   The volatility of UK hydrology: from floods to potential drought in a few months Katie MuchanUK Centre for Ecology & Hydrology, Lancaster   and    The UK Water Resources Portal: Dynamic Real-time Hydro-meteorological Status Monitoring Lucy BarkerUK Centre for Ecology & Hydrology, Wallingford   Registration Link: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/british-hydrological-society-national-river-flow-archive-update-tickets-114193102644   The event is free to attend but please register your attendance on Eventbrite as we are limited to a set number of attendees.

BHS meeting

Hydrometry for a Climate Emergency

26 August 2020

Type: National Meeting

Nick Everard will present the first new BHS lunchtime webinar.   Accurate measurements of river discharge have always been a vital component of hydrology, but now, in face of growing populations and a rapidly changing climate, the need is stronger than ever. This presentation will provide an update on many of the  prospects outlined at last year’s BHS ‘Celebrating Hydrometry’ meeting, and will discuss new opportunities to meet the complex challenges of measuring river flow, and in particular the extremes.”   Note: Webinars will be held on Zoom with a maximum capacity of 500 and anyone wishing to join will need to register via the Institution of Civil Engineers – ice.org.uk/events]

Nordic Hydrological Conference 2020

10-13 August 2020

Type: Conference / Symposium

Abstracts are invited for this 31st NHC, taking place in Tallin University, Estonia. The main topic will be 'Hydrology and water-related ecosystems, the functioning of which are the most important for humna well-being.  Abstract submissin deadline: 13 April 2020.   For updates and information join the NHC2020 Facebook event. Abstracts submission and registration HERE Additional information:
Tiit Vaasma - vaasma@tlu.ee  

Peter Wolf Symposium 2020

07-08 October 2020

Type: Conference / Symposium

This important event in the BHS Calendar will take place at the University of Strathclyde. Further details will be announced shortly,