Catchment Change Network International Conference: Stakeholders, next generation models, and risk in managing catchment change
Mon 25 - Wed 27 June 2012
Lecture Theatre 3, Lancaster University Management School
Over the last three years the Catchment Change Network (CCN) has organised a programme of workshops and meetings to discuss and develop guidelines for incorporating risk and uncertainty into the management of catchment change in the areas of flood risk, water scarcity and diffuse pollution. This final international conference will present the progress that has been made in that time in both the CCN and other projects. A particular focus will be on the research needs in both modelling the impacts of change at scales of implementation and on stakeholder involvement in the management process. Keynote speakers include Eric Wood (Princeton), Jay Famiglietti (UC Irvine), Thorsten Wagener (Penn State and Bristol), with others still to be confirmed.
If you have any further questions please contact Marion Walker (01524 510290) firstname.lastname@example.org.
The CCN conference will be followed directly by the celebratory workshop GLUE: 20 years on which will continue through to Thursday lunchtime.