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Webinar: Introduction to Ecosystem Modelling
MIKE ECO Lab is an advanced modelling framework that allows you to conduct a comprehensive assessment of a wide range of issues that affect water quality and ecosystems. Typical application areas include water quality and ecological studies related to subsurface and groundwater, rivers, wetlands, lakes, reservoirs, estuaries, coastal waters and the sea, spatial predictions of any ecosystem response, simple and complex water quality studies, impact and remediation studies, planning and permitting studies and water quality forecasts.

What you can expect:
During this free 45-minute webinar, you’ll learn why MIKE ECO Lab is the tool of choice for ecological modelling. We’ll reveal the realm of application possibilities and demonstrate how to expand MIKE ECO Lab to a number of user-defined models as well as the ease of coupling the software to your projects for powerful results!


• Fundamentals of MIKE ECO Lab
• The possibilities of ecosystem modelling
• Water quality and hazardous substance modelling

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Apr 7, 2020 07:00 AM in Universal Time UTC

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Sales Manager @DHI
Anders has a background in the ecological modelling of fresh water systems and the marine environment. He has extensive expertise in 2D & 3D hydrodynamic and environmental challenges including pycnocline modelling, algae blooms and oxygen depletion. He is currently on a project that features real-time modelling, forecasting and research utilising the 3D ecological model developed for the Danish waters. Anders is also responsible for the development and evaluation of early warning systems for bathing water quality. Anders holds a MSc degree (Civil Engineering) from the Technical University of Denmark.