Webinar: Python applications for Hydrology and Hydrogeology

The open-source programming language Python has become an indispensable tool in science and engineering. What are its benefits for hydro(geo)logists?

Free, easy-to-use and powerful. These are probably the main reasons why Python has gained such popularity over the last two decades. The availability of numerous libraries for specific tasks provide hydro(geo)logists with a comprehensive suite of tools to automate daily tasks, perform sophisticated data analysis and create impressive visualisations.
In this webinar we will look at;
• Data handling and visualisation
• Time series analysis
• Working with spatial data

Date: Wednesday, 28 April 2021

Time: 4:00pm (Australia/Sydney; find your local time)

Format: ~1 hour (presentation + Q&A)

Resources: Webcasts and other documents will be available here

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Luk Peeters


Luk has over 10 years research experience in environmental impact assessment and modelling groundwater dynamics at regional to continental scales for water resource management. His research features a... Read more

Chris Turnadge


Chris is an Adelaide-based hydrogeologist in Land and Water's Regional Scale Groundwater Analysis team. His research primarily involves the characterisation of various aspects of regional-scale ground... Read more

Vincent Post

Edinsi Groundwater & Flinders University

Vincent is a hydrogeologist with over 10 years of experience in Python programming. He uses it on a daily basis for many if not all of his tasks, such as working with logger data, preparation of model... Read more



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