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MIKE SHE: Fully-Integrated Watershed Hydrology Modelling
Join this free 45-minute webinar for an introduction to Fully-Integrated Watershed Hydrology Modelling using MIKE SHE.  This webinar will provide you with an overview of the current state of hydrology modelling and demonstrate why an integrated approach is important. The webinar will address the myth that integrated modelling is too complex and show how integrated modelling can be easily incorporated into your current modelling activities. 

The key to bringing all of these integrated processes, data, and modelling results together is the MIKE SHE software. It is the most widely-used software for fully coupled and fully integrated surface water and groundwater modelling, and it is utilised around the world to solve a wide range of water resources and environmental problems including:

i. impact studies for changes in land use and climate.
ii. surface-water impact from groundwater withdrawal,
iii. watershed water balances,
iv. conjunctive use of groundwater and surface water,
v. wetland management and restoration, and
vi. river basin management and planning.

The webinar will also include a brief overview of the input data and workflows available with MIKE SHE for building your model, running the simulations, and analysing the results.

We look forward to your participation!

Register now! There are only seats available for the first 100 attendees.
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Nov 20, 2019 02:00 AM in Universal Time UTC

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Patrick Delaney
M.A.Sc., Civil Engineering. B.A.Sc., Civil Engineering @DHI
Patrick is primarily involved in projects related to integrated water resources management, urban flooding, and groundwater modelling. He has more than 20 years of experience in the development and application of water modelling tools and technologies for a variety of disciplines, and he has considerable experience in managing complex, inter-disciplinary water management projects. Patrick combines his technical expertise with a very practical approach to problem solving and the ability to communicate technical concepts in a clear and understandable language. He has led many professional training classes for groundwater modelling, integrated watershed modelling, urban flood modelling and river system flooding, and he has advised many clients working on local, regional, national, and international projects.