The 2017 Conference will explore how water has been exploited, managed, protected, and shared as it crosses jurisdictional boundaries in North America. The program will address the best (and worst) approaches and solutions to interjurisdictional water management on the continent, with a view to influencing future public policy. When submitting an abstract, you will be requested to indicate your choice of theme and sub-theme, and to specify your preference for either an oral or poster presentation, or a Pecha Kucha style concise presentation.
Why not extend your CWRA National Conference experience and join us for one or more of the following pre- and post- conference workshops! Select your workshop through the registration page.
This course addresses the development of computational models of watershed hydrology in support of water resources management and scientific investigation. The full model development and application cycle is considered: pre-processing, understanding, and generating input forcing data; system discretization and algorithms for simulating hydrologic processes; parameter estimation; and interpreting model output in the context of often significant system uncertainty. The course will include practical applications of models to alpine, boreal forest, prairie, and agricultural settings in Canada.
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