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MODFLOW 6 and FloPy
Learn how to create numerical groundwater models in Python using FloPy at the beginner’s level.
Master the powerful features of HEC-RAS by building 1D & 2D flood models using free software
Passive and Low Input Wastewater Systems
Discover sustainable and eco-friendly alternatives to traditional wastewater treatment methods.
Python essentials for water
Develop confidence in the powerful programming language Python.
The physical hydrology and hydraulics of groundwater flow with theoretical lectures, interactive Q&A and practical applications.
QGIS essentials for water modelling
Using QGIS in catchment and stream delineation for adding and visualising hydrological data.
Sediment Transport with HEC-RAS
Learn how to predict sediment movement, along with mud and debris flow measuring capabilities, using the latest version of HEC-RAS.
Structures with HEC-RAS
Hydraulic modelling of bridges and culverts
Dam Breach with HEC-RAS
Modelling dam breaches and downstream impacts
RORB essentials for water modelling
Using RORB to model general runoff and streamflow routing from rainfall and other channel inputs
Groundwater time series analysis
In this course you will dive deep into how the Python language can be used to obtain additional insights from existing groundwater hydrograph datasets
Python for hydrology and hydrogeology
Explore Python programming for water modelling.
Uncertainty analysis in groundwater modelling
Develop confidence in decision-making by learning how to manage uncertainty in modelling results
Fluvial Geomorphology Essentials
Learn the basics of fluvial geomorphology, focussing on infrastructure crossings
Groundwater modelling in Python
This course demonstrates how mathematical groundwater models can be implemented in Python
Join our expert presenters for a hands-on, interactive course covering the development of rating curves from measurements and models.
H&H Essentials #1: Meteorology and precipitation
Increase your knowledge of interpolation and extrapolation techniques for applying rainfall gauge data
H&H Essentials #2: Infiltration and losses
Quantify infiltration and other losses for modelling
H&H Essentials #3: Flow routing
Develop design hydrographs and calibrate model results to observed flow records.
H&H Essentials #4: Stochastic hydrology
Determine annual exceedance probabilities from historical gauge records
H&H Essentials #5: Hydrostatics and open channel flow
Principles governing fluid pressure and open channel flow
H&H Essentials #6: 1D, 2D and 3D flow
Understand key differences in 1D, 2D and 3D flow computations
H&H Essentials #7: Pipe flow and hydraulic structures
Learn hands-on how to compute pipe flow for culverts and storm drain networks.
H&H Essentials #8: Flood hazard, scour and sedimentation
Apply hydraulic forces to buildings, vehicles, hydraulic structures and channel banks
ARR Course #1: Rainfall Design Inputs
Learn what the most important inputs are, where to find them in the data hub and how to use them for rainfall design.
ARR Course #2: Flood Frequency Analysis
Discover a how-to-guide on flood frequency analysis
ARR Course #3: Hydrologic Modelling Applications
Learn how to apply the new ARR to hydrologic modelling, necessary for prediction of design flood hydrographs.
ARR Course #4: Flood Hydraulics
Gain an understanding of the basic aspects of hydraulics and how to apply the ARR blockage procedures.
ARR Course #5: Design Estimation
What has changed in design flood estimation?
ARR Course #6: Extreme Events
Guidelines for special design applications where floods of low Annual Exceedance Probabilities need to be estimated