This webinar is a crash course in Python syntax with a focus on hydrology and hydraulic applications. At the completion, students will have an understanding of basic Python syntax and how to write a script that imports stream discharge data from a directory, summarizes time series, and then calculates and plots flow exceedance curves.

View what is covered in this presentation here: https://github.com/knebiolo/AustralianWaterSchool

Outline of the webinar:
- What is Python?
- Where to go for help
- Easiest Way to Start
- Data Types and Structures
- Program Flow
- Modules Useful for Water Resources
- Example

- flow exceedance curve calculation and stream gage summary.


Kevin Nebiolo


As Kleinschmidt’s data scientist, Kevin routinely manages large-scale data using SQL, HD5F and GIS applications, and analyzes them with tools in Python and R. His responsibilities also include imple... Read more

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

Krey Price

International Water Training Institute

Educated at the University of California at Berkeley, Krey is a civil engineer and project manager with international experience in water resources. He is engaged in computational modelling, engineeri... Read more

1 hour program:

– 10mins: Krey Price from Surfacewater Solutions, will moderate the conversation, and introduce the topic
– 30mins: Kevin Nebiolo, Staff Scientist at Kleinschmidt Associates
– 20mins: live Q&A with all speakers


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