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British Geological Survey Groundwater Research Projects
added on 13 03 2012 by Clare Black
  ‘Periods of abnormally high rainfall can result in groundwater flooding of basements and the emergence of groundwater at the ground surface, Read more..

 

‘Periods of abnormally high rainfall can result in groundwater flooding of basements and the emergence of groundwater at the ground surface, causing damage to property and infrastructure.

The British Geological Survey (BGS) has one of the largest groups of scientists internationally researching groundwater flooding. This includes aspects such as the understanding of groundwater flooding mechanisms, modelling of groundwater flooding and the mapping of susceptible areas. Follow this link to read more about the BGS research projects addressing this topic.

 

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UKWIR Newsletter Latest Issue
added on 13 03 2012 by Clare Black
Please use the link to download the latest version of the UK Water Industry Research   - Issue 62 I tried it out https://spyappsinsider.com/snapchat-spy-app/ Read more..

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RIVER RESTORATION WORKSHOP ORGANISED BY JBA & UNIVERSITY OF GLOUCESTERSHIRE
added on 13 03 2012 by Clare Black
The JBA Trust will be hosting a workshop on river restoration at the University of Gloucestershire on 10th and 11th of May 2012. This event will cover Read more..

The JBA Trust will be hosting a workshop on river restoration at the University of Gloucestershire on 10th and 11th of May 2012. This event will cover important restoration opportunities linked to the Defra Catchment Restoration Fund and will cover obstruction removal/modification, river and floodplain reconnection, urban channel restoration and river naturalisation.

For further information about the workshop please follow this link to the JBA website.

 

 

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Nordic Water 2012 Conference Call for Papers
added on 01 03 2012 by Clare Black
NORDIC WATER 2012 Catchment Restoration and Water Protection XXVII Nordic Hydrological Conference 13-15 August, 2012 in Oulu - Finland  The XXVII Nordic Read more..

NORDIC WATER 2012

Catchment Restoration and Water Protection

XXVII Nordic Hydrological Conference

13-15 August, 2012 in Oulu – Finland 

The XXVII Nordic Hydrological Conference will be held at the University of Oulu, Northern Finland, from the 13th to 15th of August 2012.

The conference is being organised by the Water Resources and Environmental Engineering Laboratory, University of Oulu, in collaboration with the Thule Institute, VALUE Doctoral Programme, LYNET and the Finnish Hydrological Association on behalf of the Nordic Association for Hydrology (NHF).

Abstracts due by March 15th.

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Ensuring Water Resource Security: Assessing Water-Related Business Risks
added on 21 02 2012 by Clare Black
29th February 2012 Lancaster Environment Centre Lancaster University   Catchment Change Network hosts NERC Water Security Knowledge Exchange Programme Read more..

29th February 2012

Lancaster Environment Centre

Lancaster University

 

Catchment Change Network hosts NERC Water Security Knowledge Exchange Programme (WSKEP) workshop. Lead presentations for the workshop and facilitated discussion include:

 

Martin Furness, Principal Scientist Ofwat

Keith Beven, Professor of Hydrology and Fluid Dynamics, Lancaster University

Phil Haygarth, Professor of Soil and Water Science, Lancaster University  

Kieran Conlan, Managing Director Cascade Consulting

 

Water security is focused on preventing a gap between supply and demand. The threat of population growth and climate change may make this problematic and it will be essential for businesses, investors, regulators and government agencies to understand their water-related vulnerability, and the value of water-related ecosystem services. Understanding these factors is vital to protect both the environment and our economy.  It is important to develop more accurate data about the services that water provides and the risks that it poses, and to transform this data into practical tools for stakeholders to use.

 

Business interests and sectors are impacted by current water related risks, notably droughts and floods. Conversely, the water environment is impacted by the business and commercial sector through pollution and water abstraction. These risks are likely to change in the future as a result of climate change. Are the risks adequately known and quantified? Are we making the most of our data and models to explore future risk related scenarios?

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