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[DHI WEBINAR] HYBRID APPROACH TO MODELLING LONG-TERM SHORELINE EVOLUTION USING MIKE 21 FM - 41600019-70
An increasing number of conflicts in coastal areas and unintended consequences on shoreline morphology are caused by extensive development of industry, infrastructure and tourism related projects in coastal areas - while, at the same time, climate change poses a challenge at many locations. In addition, many other human, such as coastal protection works, river regulation works, sand mining, damn constructions, port constructions etc. activities deprive our shores of a much needed natural supply of sand. To make the right management decisions you must, as a coastal planner, be thoroughly informed about the physical processes that impact your coastline

During this free 45 minute webinar which includes a Q&A session, we will introduce you to the MIKE 21 FM Shoreline Morphology module.

In summary:
• You will be introduced to Coastal Zone processes
• View the conceptual description of MIKE 21 FM Shoreline model
• View examples of model applications
• Q&A session with the Expert!

This webinar will take place on September 29th , 2020 at 17:00UTC (1:00pm EST)

We look forward to your participation!

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Sep 29, 2020 05:00 PM in Universal Time UTC

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Speakers

DR. JULIO ZYSERMAN
Senior Coastal/Marine Scientist @DHI
Julio Zyserman works as a Senior Coastal/Marine Scientist. He is involved in consulting activities and has been a key software developer within the fields of coastal sediment transport and morphology. Julio has extensive experience in end-user support and training using several modules of MIKE 21, such as Spectral Waves (SW), Hydrodynamic (HD), Sediment Transport (ST) and Morphology. Julio was involved in the development of MIKE 21 ST (Classic and FM) and MIKE 21 CAMS. PhD, Coastal Engineering, Technical University of Denmark, Lyngby, Denmark