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Events in February 2018

BHS meeting

Managing flood risk in Oxford - designing the right scheme

01 February 2018

Type: Regional Meeting

A South East Section meeting at the Instituion of Civil Engineers. The meeting is free to attend for both BHS members and non-members and no registration is required.

BHS meeting

Bringing flood modelling to your local community

01 February 2018

Type: Regional Meeting

Flood Modeller, in conjunction with CIWEM's Tyne and Humber branch and the British Hydrological Society, are holding a free-to-attend evening workshop on Thursday 1st February at Newcastle University.The workshop will allow those involved in flood risk management, in the Newcastle area, to learn and share modelling and hydrological best practice, with reference to the application of Flood Modeller to projects. The event will include presentations from various users, including JBA Consulting and CH2M, who will discuss local case studies. Additionally, a Q&A session will provide the opportunity for attendees to ask questions within an informal setting. It is also an excellent opportunity to find out about the latest updates to Flood Modeller and meet others within the local flood modelling community. The event is free to attend but as space is limited, we would be grateful if you could please register your attendance on Eventbrite by following this link.  Please note that sandwiches and light refreshments will be provided.  

BHS meeting

Flood Modeller Pro Workshop

22 February 2018

Type: Regional Meeting

This free workshop will allow those involved in flood risk management to learn and share modelling and hydrological best practice, with reference to the application of Flood Modeller to projects. The event will include presentations from various users, including CH2M, WSP and AECOM, who will discuss local case studies. Additionally, a Q&A session will provide the opportunity for attendees to ask questions within an informal setting. Simply register your details at: www.floodmodeller.com/birminghamworkshop  

BHS meeting

Hydrogeology in Contaminated Land and SUDS design

06 March 2018

Type: Regional Meeting

A BHS Pennines Section evening meeting, in collaboration with the CIWEM North Western & North Wales Branch. Please see the attached flyer for details. As space is limited, please register your attendance on Eventbrite using the link: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/hydrogeology-in-contaminated-land-and-suds-design-bhs-pennines-and-ciwem-tickets-42865610194

SnowHydro 2018

12-15 February 2018

Type: Conference / Symposium

SnowHydro - the internationa conference on snow hydrology will be held in Heidelberg, Germany, on 12–15 February 2018. Registration and abstract submission is now open at: http://www.geog.uni-heidelberg.de/hydro/snow2018.html

Working with Natural Processes: The evidence behind natural flood management

14 March 2018

Type: Conference / Symposium

This conference, jointly coordinated by the Environment Agency, CIWEM and SEPA, is one of  series of events to launch the Environment Agency’s ‘Working with Natural Processes Evidence Base’, which has been developed to help flood and coastal erosion risk management (FCERM) authorities understand, justify, develop and implement FCERM schemes with WWNP to reduce flood risk. It will also include presentations from a range of existing projects that have successfully implemented NFM measures on the ground, through effective partnerships, whilst drawing on a range of funding streams. The conference will also launch the NFM Network Scotland. This Scottish Government led initiative aims to provide a focal point for NFM practitioners to share knowledge, research and experience in practical aspects of assessing and implementing NFM. While the network will having a Scottish focus it will be open to anyone and attendees will have the opportunity to sign up at the conference.  http://www.ciwem.org/events/working-with-natural-processes-the-evidence-behind-natural-flood-management-edinburgh/  

ABOUT DROUGHT: maximising the impact of UK research on drought and water scarcity

14 March 2018

Type: Conference / Symposium

This event, to be held at the Macdonald Burlington Hotel, Birmingham, will showcase latest developments and hands-on access to outputs from the £12m five-year Research Council funded Droughts and Water Security programme. Book your free place now: the closing date for registration in 2 March 2018.

Groundwater 2018

22 March 2018

Type: Conference / Symposium

Brownfield Briefing’s annual Groundwater conference returns on 22 March 2018. This successful annual event will provide you with the latest information on groundwater risk assessment, including data collection and modelling techniques, as well as practical case-study based solutions for effective groundwater remediation.
 
Fully re-researched and updated, this year’s programme will provide you with a wealth of useful insights into new techniques for achieving robust and cost-effective groundwater assessment and management – all in just one day.
 
 

IAHS Remote Sensing and Hydrology symposium

08-10 May 2018

Type: Conference / Symposium

The University of Córdoba, Spain, hosts this event, devoted to “Earth Observation for Integrated Water and Basin Management: New possibilities and challenges for adaptation to a changing environment”. Abstract submission for this event is now open until the end of February.  Please visit website for further details about registration and submission of abstracts http://rshs! symposiumcordoba2018.com 

Remote Sensing and Hydrology Symposium

08-10 May 2018

Type: Conference / Symposium

This IAHS meeting, to be held at the University of Cordoba, Spain, will discuss the state-of-the-art current and future needs from remote sensing to provide hydrologists and other related branches of science with data and tools for research on the water cycle components, hydrological modelling, water resource management, and integrated river basin management. Please, visit our website for further details about registration and submission of abstractshttp://rshssymposiumcordoba2018.com 

IEMSs 2018

24-28 June 2018

Type: Conference / Symposium

Call for Session Abstracts for iEMSs 2018, the biennial conference of the International Environmental Modelling & Software Society, at Fort Collins, USA. Registration is now open and the abstract submisison deadline is 1st February 2018. Please consult the iEMSs 2018 website for details about the Sessions and Workshops and other information about the conference.  

Atmospheric Science Conference 2018

03-04 July 2018

Type: Conference / Symposium

The National Centre for Atmospheric Science and the Royal Meteorological Society are jointly hosting the first UK Atmospheric Science Conference, to be held at the University of York . The meeting will be broadly based, bringing together atmospheric scientists with interests in weather, climate, and atmospheric chemistry to present latest research findings. We encourage oral and poster contributions from all those communities.  To submit an abstract, register and for further information about the conference, visit the web site. Abstract Deadline is Friday 16th May 2018.

Diffuse Pollution: Evidence, effective practice and lessons for Policy, Practice and Investment

18 July 2018

Type: Conference / Symposium

This event will present innovative case studies, collaborative approaches and facilitate discussion on the scale of the issue and current progress on both rural and urban diffuse pollution. The call for abstracts is now open for content for the conference. We welcome papers addressing the following areas (but not exclusively): emerging trends, policy drivers, innovative case studies, cost effective practice. Abstracts should not exceed 500 words and should contain a list of intended presenter(s) clearly separate from authors and email addresses for all involved. A maximum of two presenters for each paper is allowed. Please submit an electronic copy (in doc format) to sophie@ciwem.orghttp://www.ciwem.org/events/diffuse-pollution-evidence-effective-practice-and-lessons-for-policy-practice-and-investment-call-for-papers/