Hyporheic Network

Hyporheic Network

A knowledge transfer network on groundwater- surface water interactions and hyporheic zone processes

 

Hyporheic Network Events

NERC Hyporheic Network & Groundwater Modellers' Forum
Workshop 12-13th March 2008

Programme NERC Hyporheic Network & Groundwater Modellers' Forum March 2008
Key note presentations

Marios Sophocleous
Environmental Flows:A call to action for hydrogeologists as well.
Jonathan Smith
Environmental management requirements for models of the GW-SW interface.

Workshop talks
Day 1

Fleckenstein
Keery
Hulme
Renaud
Reiss
Farren
Gandy
Bancelj

Workshop talks
Day 2

 

Kalbus
Shepley
Herbert
Ellis

 

The following workshops, conferences and other events of interest to network participants are planned:

Event

Date

Location

ASLO Summer Meeting (session SS28)

 

8-13 June 2008 St.Johns's, Newfoundland.
International Groundwater Symposium

18-20 June 2008 Istanbul,Turkey.
Western Pacific Geophysics Meeting (WPGM)
H06: Environmental Tracers of Surface Water-Groundwater Interactions

29 July-1 August 2008 Cairns,Australia.
GSA Joint Annual Meeting 2008
Advances in surface water-groundwater interactions: Investigations of
Rivers,Lakes and Wetlands (T162).

5-9 October 2008 Houston, USA.

BHS National Meeting
Hyporheic Hydrology: emerging ideas and management implications.
BHS meetings

17th December 2008 University of Birmingham

HydoEco2009
2nd International Multidisciplinary Conference on Hydrology and
Ecology:Ecosystems Interfacing with Groundwater and Surface Water
Conference link

20-23 April 2009 Vienna,Austria.

ModelCARE2009
The 7th International Conference on Calibration and Reliability in Groundwater Modelling. "Managing Groundwater and the Environment".
David Lerner will be organising a session on modelling gw-sw interactions and encourages HNet members to submit abstracts by the deadline of 1st January 2009.
http://modelcare2009.org/index.html

20-23 Sept 2009 Wuhan,China

 

 

 

 

 

 

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University of Birmingham

 

Environment Agency

 

Centre for Ecology & Hydrology

 

University of Sheffield

 

Lancaster University

 

Natural Environment Research Council

 

University of Southampton