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Events in February 2020

BHS meeting

BHS2020 : BHS National Hydrology Symposium

08-10 September 2020

Type: Conference / Symposium

The Society's 14th biennial symposium is to be held at Lancaster University, over three days to include a wide range of formal and informal presentations, exhibitions and field trips. The Programme is currently in the making, including calls for session proposals – see

BHS meeting

Natural Flood Management in South East England

06 February 2020

Type: Regional Meeting

 This evening meeting, to be held at the Instituion of Civil Engineers and organised by the BHS South East Section, will be looking at partnership, research and multiple benefits of NFM. There is no charge to atend and both BHS members and non-members are welcome. More details are given here.

BHS meeting

Uncertainty in Flood Peak Flow Estimation

27 February 2020

Type: Regional Meeting

This Evening meeting of the BHS Pennines Region will be held in the Universiyr of Leeds. More details are given on the attached flyer

Peter Wolf Symposium 2020

17-18 June 2020

Type: Conference / Symposium

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

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: 22 March 2020.   For updates and information join the NHC2020 Facebook event. Abstracts submission and registration HERE Additional information:
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04 February 2020

Type: National Meeting

The India UK Water Centre is hosting a webinar on two pump priming projects that it convened in the Indian Sundarbans, in response to the considerable water resources challenges that the people living on these islands face on a day to day basis.  The two pilot projects arose from the critical finding from the first IUKWC Grassroots Field Exposure Session held in the Sundarbans that there is very little understanding of both freshwater and ground water resources currently and under climate change conditions; this lack of information is exacerbating planning for water security.  
The first project, led by Dr Lalu Das (Bidhan Chandra Krishi Vidyalaya, India) and Dr Alexandre Gagnon (Liverpool John Moores University, UK), examined changes in freshwater availability in recent decades and their future projections under climate change. These modelling results were then examined in light of the input from the community on their current adaptations to water scarcity to better understand the impacts of changing water availability on people's livelihoods and to identify research and knowledge to action gaps.
The second project, led by Dr Gopal Krishan (NIH Roorkee, India), Dr Purnabha Dasgupta (PRASARI, India), and Dr Andrew McKenzie (BGS, UK), examined the rapidly degrading aquifer system, which has increasingly become a source of water on the island especially in the dry months, though very is known about the island’s aquifers. Building on work by PRASARI, the key aims of this project were to understand the practicality of artificial aquifer recharge, and in particular the injection of freshwater into saline aquifers during the monsoons for recovering in the dry season.  
Join the webinar to hear what the leads and research collaborators did on the ground, as well as what the key challenges and possible future recommendations are for water security in the Sundarbans.   
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Hydrological Interfaces - Interdisciplinary advanceds and perspectives in a changing environmentonment

02 April 2020

Type: National Meeting

This one-day meeting will bring together actors and practitioners to explore the ways in which interdisciplinary and cross-disciplinary can improve our understanding of complex problems and benefit our hydrological future.
Abstract Submission Those wishing to deliver an oral presentation or poster at the meeting should submit a title, list of authors and a
250-word abstract by
Friday 20th February2020 to Paul Wood
Registration for the meeting will be open soon

Hydro-JULES Summer School

13-17 July 2020

Type: Regional Meeting

This summer school on hydrological modelling will be held at CEH Wallingford, aimed at a both students and professionals.. It is inteded to be a practical, hands-on schools with minimal theory so as to focus on hands-on running of models and worked eamples. the event is free to attend and applications are open until 30th April. For more information and an application form please see