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Events in April 2017

BHS meeting

Peter Wolf Young Hydrologists' Symposium

03-04 May 2017

Type: Conference / Symposium

This event for research students and early career hydrologists will be held this year at the Centre for Ecology & Hydrology, Wallingford. A great event for those in the early stages of their careers to share their work and hear more about the activities of others with the same interests. Abstracts for either oral or poster presentations are eagerly awaited: email peterwolf2017@ceh.ac.uk. Full details attached.

Book here: https://www.ice.org.uk/events/peter-wolf-symposium-2017

More information here: http://www.ceh.ac.uk/get-involved/events/pws17

 

 

BHS meeting

HydroEco 2017

18-23 June 2017

Type: Conference / Symposium

HydroEco 2017, the 7th International Multidisciplinary Conference on: Hydrology and Ecology will take place at the University of Birmingham,  from 18-23 June 2017, with the major theme of:
“Ecohydrology on the edge: ecology-hydrology-human interactions in a changing world”. Abstract submission and registration is now open, see conference website: http://www.birmingham.ac.uk/generic/hydroeco2017/index.aspx 

BHS meeting

The use of statistical uncertainty in flood estimation

06 April 2017

Type: Regional Meeting

South-East Section evening meeting at the Institution of Civil Engineers. No registration required.

WRaH 2017

10-13 April 2017

Type: Conference / Symposium

The 2017 International Symposium on Weather and Hydrology – Weather Radar for Hydrological Prediction and Water Management: 25 years of Progress and Emerging Challenges – co-hosted by the Korea Institute of Civil Engineering & Building Technology and Korea University, will be held at the Korea University in Seoul, Republic of Korea. Abstract submissions open from 8 August 2016: Abstract submission deadline: 30 November 2016.

Groundwater - Surface Water interactions: biogeochemical and ecological processes

23-28 April 2017

Type: Conference / Symposium

This session is part of this year's european Geosciences Union's General Assembly and the call for abstracts (oral and posters) is now open - submission deadline 11 January 2017.   Further details from:  http://meetingorganizer.copernicus.org/EGU2017/session/23029

IAHS 2017 Scientific Assembly

10-14 July 2017

Type: Conference / Symposium

This meeting will focus on 'Water and development: scientific challenges in adressing societal issues' Note that Absract Submission deadline for all Sessions is now 14 February 2017. Papers accepted for these sessions will be published as online open access PIAHS publications.

Weather and Climate Impacts: From research and services to application and policy

13-14 July 2017

Type: Conference / Symposium

The annual Royal Meteorological Society's conference to be held at the University of Exeter will provide a unique opportunity to bring together research scientists, operational meteorologists and industry with an integrated approach that aims to maximise the exchange of knowledge and ideas in meteorology, air quality, climatology, and other related fields through a series of workshops running during the 2-day event. Call for posters now open: closing date for abstracts 26th May 2017.

Early careers, fine sediment and hydroecology: supporting good ecological status through research

27 July 2017

Type: Conference / Symposium

This workship for PhD students and early career researchers is being run by the British Ecological society Aquatic Group at the Environment Agency, Reading. For more information contact Martin Wilkes, Coventry University (martin.wilkes@coventry.ac.uk) and to register visit www.bit.ly/hydroeco before 16 June 2017. There is a nominal fee of £10 for registration.

Resilience to Global Changes – Anticipating the Unexpected

05-07 September 2017

Type: Conference / Symposium

This is the 7th International Conference on Flood Management (ICFM7), to be held at the University of Leeds. For more information, see www.ecfm7.org.uk. The main comference themes are:

ENGINEERING FOR RESILIENCE
 
IMPACT OF CLIMATE CHANGE AND URBANISATION
 
POLICY AND GOVERNANCE FOR RESILIENCE
 
FLOOD PREDICTION AND FORECASTING
The call for abstracts closes on 1st December 2016.

Resilience to Global Changes – Anticipating the Unexpected

05-07 September 2017

Type: Conference / Symposium

The deadline for Abstract submission to this 7th International Conference on Flood Management being organised by Meet in Leeds is 31 January 2017. For information about the conference please visit the website.  

Geological Society of America Annual Meeting

22-25 September 2017

Type: Conference / Symposium

This 2017 meeting is to be held in Seattle, Washington. Please note the Abstract Deadline is 1 August 2017 and early Registration Deadline is 18 August 2017. Further details at http://www.geolsociety.org.  

Flood Modeller conference

19 October 2017

Type: Conference / Symposium

This annual event is to be held at the Geological society, London.

The Water - Energy - Food Nexus: Balancing our (in)securities

18 May 2017

Type: Regional Meeting

CIWEM's Central Southern Branch Annual Seminar, held at the River Suite, Crowne Plaza, Reading RG1 8BD, is a one day seminar to bring together a range of practitioners and researchers that are carrying out work within the Water – Energy – Food nexus.  Talks will cover a range of topics including:

  • Innovative methods of trade off modelling in low income countries
  • How future water availability in the UK could affect power production
  • The ways in which management of catchments can affect water supply and treatment
  • How agent-based modelling of fish is relevant to the Water – Energy – Food nexus  
  • How small scale innovations can be scaled up to reduce the use of water, energy and food and thus lower our carbon footprint.