QGIS offers great tools for groundwater applications. Join this webinar to learn about the tools in QGIS for groundwater applications. Learn how to prepare data for groundwater analysis and modelling and visualize the results in 2D and 3D. This webinar will demonstrate a typical GIS workflow for hydrogeological studies:
1. Importing borehole data from various sources;
2. Sample elevation at the borehole locations from a DEM;
3. Interpolate groundwater levels of the boreholes to a raster;
4. 2D/3D visualization of groundwater data.
These skills are fundamental for visualizing and analyzing groundwater data.

This is an introduction to the live training course, beginning in May.


Hans van der Kwast


Hans van der Kwast has almost 20 years of experience with GIS and Remote Sensing in education and projects, offering consultancy, training and coaching in open source GIS. He is an active member in th... Read more

Kurt Menke


A former archaeologist and ex-GISP, Kurt Menke is a geospatial generalist based out of Frederiksværk, Denmark. He received a Master’s degree in Geography from the University of New Mexico in 2000. ... Read more

Konrad Miotlinski

Edith Cowan University

Dr Konrad Miotlinski has 15+ years research and consulting experience across Europe, Australia and South America. He has used his models to plan and optimise operation of managed aquifer recharge... 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

Some key take-home messages from this webinar include:

  • import QGIS data easily from CSV files and spatial data infrastructures;
  • correct borehole records that miss surface elevation data by sampling from a DEM;
  • create continuous rasters from borehole data from different interpolation algorithms in QGIS;
  • interpret the results of the interpolation using 2D and 3D visualization.

What’s next?

This is an introduction to the live training course, beginning on the 6th May 2021.

Further details can be found here.

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