Webinar: Lake modelling

Learn of the complexities of modelling stationary water

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Responsible management of natural and artificial freshwater bodies is essential for sustaining a healthy environment and is critical to afford the basic human right of access safe drinking water. Stationary water bodies exhibit unique physical behaviours, such as seasonal stratification and episodic turnover mixing. Join expert presenters from TUFLOW as they demonstrate hydraulic modelling of these complex physical behaviours.

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Date: Wednesday, 17 November 2021

Time: 1:00pm (Australia/Sydney; find your local time)

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Presenters:

Michael Barry

TUFLOW

Michael has over 25 years’ experience working on environmental water quality assessments.  During this time, he has successfully managed and led a wide range of environmental studies in Australia a... Read more

Louise Bruce

BMT

Louise is a Principal Engineer with 25 years’ experience in environmental modelling. Louise’s career has spanned the progression of environmental models from simple 1-D to more complex 3-D dynamic... Read more

Emma McCall

BMT

Emma is an Engineer with 5 years’ experience in environmental and water quality modelling. Emma’s experience includes a wide range of river, lake and coastal modelling projects using different num... Read more

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Webinar: Lake Modelling

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