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Events in August 2018

BHS meeting

HYDROLOGY: ADVANCES IN THEORY AND PRACTICE

12-13 September 2018

Type: Conference / Symposium

The BHS's 13th National Hydrology Symposium will be held at the University of Westminster, London. This major event takes place over two days with a vibrant programme including papers on many aspects of hydrological theory and practice. The latest version of the programme is attached (note: some details may change) and also a Note to Authors. Registration for this event is via this link https://www.ice.org.uk/events/hydrology-advances-theory-practice-london.  For further details, please contact David Boorman at CEH Wallingford.  

BHS meeting

UK Reservoir Spillway Flood Hydrology

07 March 2019

Type: National Meeting

A BHS National meeting to bring together practitioners and research hydrologists to consider reassessment of current techniques for reservoir and spillway design flood estimation, to be held at Instn of Civil Engineers, London SW1. This meeting is still in the planning stage and the organisers welcome contributions for ideas for specific topics and presentations. Contact: ianlittlewood505@btinternet.com / duncan.faulkner@jbaconsulting.com

30th Nordic Hydrological Conference

13-15 August 2018

Type: Conference / Symposium

The main topic of the conference will be “Hydrology and water resources management in a changing world“.

The following sub-topics are identified for this conference:
•             Advanced methods and technology in hydrological modelling
•             Land atmosphere interactions in high latitude and cold regions
•             Surface water, groundwater and blue-green solutions in urban areas
•             Small catchment hydrology and flash floods
•             Water consumption and environmental impacts
•             The role of hydropower in climate change mitigation and adaptation
•             Climate services – bridge the gap from science to management
 
The conference includes:
•             Oral presentations from five keynote speakers: Marco Borga (University of Padova), Tor Haakon Bakken (Sintef), Tone Merete Muthanna (Norwegian University of Science and Technology), Lee Brown (University of Leeds) and Helen Bonsor (British Geological survey)
•             High quality scientific program where water scientists are asked to submit abstracts and to contribute
•             Visit to Bryggen guided by experts on urban groundwater
•             Reception in Håkonshallen
•             Conference dinner
The conference is also an excellent opportunity for visiting Bergen and the Western coast of Norway. Deadline for 'early bird' registration is 15th May. Visit the conference website at www.nhc2018.org for registration and other information.

National Earth Observation Conference

04-07 September 2018

Type: Conference / Symposium

This event takes place at Birmingham University, organised by RSPSoc, NC and CEOI. Abstracts are invited for the session on quantifying change using very high resolution remote sensing imagery. We are particularly interested in approaches using UAVs, laser scanning and/or novel sensors which offer new insights into environmental dynamics and processes. Please find further details below. Abstract submission is NOW OPEN and will close at midnight this Friday (8th June). Further info is available here: http://www.rspsoc.org.uk/index.php/rspsoc-events/neoconf2018.html

 
 
 

Advanced Drought Monitoring, Prediction, and Management Capabilities

18-20 September 2018

Type: Conference / Symposium

This joint India-UK workshop will bring together key actors from both countries engaged independently in the three domains of drought monitoring, prediction and management to leverage cutting-edge drought science to inform new approaches to meet society's needs for drought planning and management. Further information and details of how to apply to attend (deadline 17/5/18) can be found at:    http://www.iukwc.org/call-participants-iukwc-workshop-advancing-drought-monitoring-prediction-and-management-capabilities

Natural Flood Risk Management - NERC advanced training short course

19-23 November 2018

Type: Regional Meeting

Free course, designed for PhD students, postdocs, MSc students and other early career researchers, taught by experts in flood risk management, monitoring and modelling from JBA Consulting & Lancaster University Open course flyer The course is free to successful applicants (including accommodation and a travel subsidy). If you would like further details &/or an application form, please write to Dr Nick A Chappell via n.chappell@lancaster.ac.uk Closing date for applications is 28 Sep 2018