Tag Archives: hydrology

Water Balance Methodology: Using Continuous Simulation to Protect Urban Watersheds and Stream Health

Please see the details below to enroll in the above mentioned on demand webcast, which is available via Forester University at the cost of 79.00 (US dollars), as well as, to learn more about the presenters. COURSE DESCRIPTION How effective … Continue reading

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HSPF (Hydrological Simulation Program- FOTRAN) Calibration and Validation

Please see the information below on the upcoming webinar from Forester University carded for January 23 2018. Additional information can also be sourced via the supplied links. COURSE DESCRIPTION What’s the difference between calibration and validation? And…when is calibration/validation needed … Continue reading

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Reference Texts Within the Library

For those of you who may not be familiar with some of the titles in the library, I have decided to create a digital display, similar to the ones seen in public libraries, in order to get persons acquainted with … Continue reading

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WMO Annual Report – 2016 Highlights

We have just received a print copy of the World Meteorological Organization (WMO) Annual Report (WMO No. 1190) which provides highlights for 2016. Topics discussed include earth observation, data processing, forecasts systems, weather services, climate observations, flash flood guidance, global … Continue reading

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They’re here….our print Hydrological Sciences Journals 2015 are here!

So I am doing another happy dance as Volume 60 Issues 1-8 of our Hydrological Sciences Journal have been delivered. We are expected to get four more issues, i.e. 9-12. So Taylor and Francis have definitely made my day and … Continue reading

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IWRM Presentations

I’m happy to announce that presentations that were showcased at the IWRM symposium have now been made available by the committee. Thus, members of staff can view the presentations as they were shown at the symposium. For details of the … Continue reading

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Integrated Water Resources Management (IWRM) Research Symposium Feedback

Well for many of you who were unable to attend the first annual IWRM research symposium, I must say that you missed out quite a bit. As previously mentioned the symposium presented information under topics such as hydrology, meteorology, water and … Continue reading

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Understanding Mathematical and Statistical Techniques in Hydrology: An Examples-based Approach by Harvey Rodda, Max Little

I don’t know about you but I know that many times I have picked up a hydrology textbook to be flooded with a series of equations.  “Understanding Mathematical and Statistical Techniques in Hydrology” (September, 2015), provides full and detailed expositions of … Continue reading

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2-Session Webinar on Stream Restoration

Forester University has informed us that they are having a 2-Session Webinar on Stream Restoration (Basics & Techniques). Although this would not be a free webinar (sorry 🙂 ) it would be discussing  the major stream restoration design areas and … Continue reading

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Open Access (International Association of Hydrological Sciences)

Hey guys as you may know, we are expecting a 2015 subscription for the Hydrological Sciences Journal published by the International Association of Hydrological Sciences (IAHS). Due to assistance from one of our colleagues, I have been made aware of … Continue reading

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