Webinars making a splash in the water sector

Through the Australian Water School, ICE WaRM presents free, interactive webinars to the global water sector.

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WaRM Trust

Promoting capacity building in water resources management through knowledge and skills development.

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Exchange Programmes

ICE WaRM arranges international exchange programmes whereby experts in the field can exchange for a short period between Australia and partner countries.

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Giving

ICE WaRM welcomes donations to the WaRM Trust to further its charitable work in the support of water resources management, particularly in developing countries.

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Effective international partnerships key to water security in South Asia

The Australian government is investing in South Asia through a unique and impactful programme which aims...

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Embracing disruptions to transform the water sector

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What's on

Starts

7

Nov

Online Course: HEC-HMS Modelling

Use hydrological data to provide realistic simulations of the rainfall-runoff process

Date: Thursday, 7 November, 2019 - Thursday, 14 November, 2019

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Starts

12

Nov

Online Course: TUFLOW- 2D Flood Modelling

A live and interactive online introductory 2D modelling course run over two days.

Date: Tuesday, 12 November, 2019 - Tuesday, 19 November, 2019

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13

Nov

Webinar: Unlocking water resources to expand agriculture

Case-studies from the Northern Adelaide Plains and remote Indigenous communities.

Location: Online

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20

Nov

Webinar: Managing saline groundwater

Groundwater salinity is a growing problem for agriculture, drinking water and ecosystmes, around the world.

Location: Online

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