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2nd Conference on Modelling Hydrology, Climate and Land Surface Processes, 10th -12th September 2012
added on 30 01 2012 by Clare Black
The  "2nd Conference on Modelling Hydrology, Climate and Land Surface Processes" will be held at Losby Gods in Norway (20 km east of Oslo), 10th - 12th Read more..

The  “2nd Conference on Modelling Hydrology, Climate and Land Surface Processes” will be held at Losby Gods in Norway (20 km east of Oslo), 10th – 12th September 2012.

Topics and Keynote speakers are:

Hydrological Processes -Prof. Keith Beven, Lancaster Environment Centre, Lancaster University, United Kingdom -Dr. Isabel Braud, CEMAGREF, Lyon, France

Atmosphere and Land Surface -Prof. Martin Beniston, Institute for Environmental Sciences (ISE), Geneva, Switzerland -Dr. Ingjerd Haddeland, Norwegian Water Resources and Energy Directorate, Norway

Nature, Risk and Extremes -Prof. Farrokh Nadim, International Centre for Geohazards (ICG), United Kingdom -Prof. Kerstin Stahl, Universitetet i Freiburg, Germany

Climate and Water Resources Management -Prof. Inger Hanssen-Bauer, Høgskolen i Telemark, Norway -Dr. Florian Pappenberger, ECMWF, United Kingdom

Abstract submission new DEADLINE: February 17th  2012

For more information and contact details please go to the  web page

On behalf of the Norwegian Hydrological Council

 

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Delivering Healthy Water website launch
added on 30 01 2012 by Clare Black
The number of designated bathing waters failing to reach sufficient microbiological standards is set to rise in the UK in 2015 with the introduction of Read more..

The number of designated bathing waters failing to reach sufficient microbiological standards is set to rise in the UK in 2015 with the introduction of more stringent standards associated with a revised Bathing Water Directive from Europe.

Alongside this there is also a debate over the suitability of traditional culture versus new molecular methods for enumerating faecal indicator organisms (e.g.  E. coli) in bathing waters. These regulatory parameters are used to assess microbial water quality and to index risks to human health associated with faecally contaminated water. This potential future shift in quantification tools adds an extra layer of complexity for regulators, policy makers and scientists to explore in the interest of public wellbeing.

In response to this challenge the University of Stirling (Dr David Oliver & Melanie van Niekerk) are leading a Natural Environment Research Council (NERC) Knowledge Exchange project ‘Delivering healthy water: building the science-policy interface to protect bathing water quality’. The 18-month project started on 1st October 2011 and is being run in close association with Professor David Kay (Centre for Research into Environment & Health, University of Wales) and Professor Louise Heathwaite (Lancaster University). A Working Group of experts, comprising science providers and science users, has been formed to enable the sharing of knowledge relating to cutting edge, innovative research in microbial quantification techniques for regulatory monitoring of bathing and shellfish harvesting waters.

More information about the project can be found on the newly launched website at www.deliveringhealthywater.net or by contacting Melanie van Niekerk, the project Co-ordinator at delivering.healthy.water1@gmail.co.uk

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Business Event - Windermere Reflections: Linking Lakes, Landscapes & Lives
added on 30 01 2012 by Clare Black
Windermere Reflections is a Heritage Lottery Funded 3 year programme working with the community (local people and visitors) to encourage local businesses Read more..

Windermere Reflections is a Heritage Lottery Funded 3 year programme working with the community (local people and visitors) to encourage local businesses to improve water management and reduce pollution through positive action in the Windermere catchment. There are currently 19 projects delivering improvements to the catchment including: on the ground conservation work; information provision; training and volunteering opportunities; and the chance to celebrate and appreciate the Windermere environment. The programme brings together people with different skills, knowledge and understanding working towards a healthy catchment. For more details and to register for this FREE event

Love Your Lakes is a business event organised by Nurture Lakeland.  Core funding partners are the Heritage Lottery Fund, the Environment Agency, Lake District National Park Authority, the National Trust and the Universityof Cumbria.

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Conference alert: Protecting water catchments from diffuse pollution - the emerging evidence
added on 26 01 2012 by Clare Black
Follow this link for more details about the forthcoming Catchment Management Conference 'Protecting water catchments from diffuse pollution - the emerging Read more..

Follow this link for more details about the forthcoming Catchment Management Conference ‘Protecting water catchments from diffuse pollution – the emerging evidence’ to be held in Birmingham on 21st February, 2012 organised by the Water Science Forum and RSC with Ofwat involvement.

The subject matter has relevance to a wide grouping of stakeholders. The afternoon Panel Session will include Chris Ryder, Defra; Paul Hickey, EA; Milo Purcell, DWI and Sarah Mukherjee, Water UK. For those of you who wish to attend and show examples of your on-going work, there is a free poster display opportunity.

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Rainfall-Runoff Modelling -The Primer, 2nd Edition
added on 16 01 2012 by Clare Black
The 2nd edition of Keith Beven's Rainfall-Runoff Modelling -The Primer has just been published by Wiley.   It includes a number of new Beyond the Primer  Read more..

The 2nd edition of Keith Beven’s Rainfall-Runoff Modelling -The Primer has just been published by Wiley.   It includes a number of new Beyond the Primer  chapters including regionalisation, residence time distributions and the next generation of hydrological models – for more details

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