This year's BHS Peter Wolf Symposium will be held at the Centre for Ecology & Hydrology, Wallingford on May 3rd & 4th. The conference is ideal for young hydrologists and those in the early stages of their careers and creates a friendly environment and a valuable opportunity for those early in their hydrological careers to learn about other science in the field, practice their presentation skills and meet other like-minded scientists.
River Rally, hosted annually by River Network, is a national conference that focuses on education, inspiration and celebration with the river and water community. Unique in its focus on connecting peers, providing practical education, inspiring courage, and celebrating achievements, River Rally brings together hundreds of people from across the United States and the world who care about water issues. Join NGO staff and volunteers, academics, agency amd foundation representatives, inductry innovators, and community leaders for the biggest (and most fun) water-foused event of the year!
The flagship event for senior asset management, capital delivery and engineering leaders within water companies and tier 1 contractors is back.
This event will address how water companies and the supply chain can collaborate better, as well as provide Ofwat's priorities for PR19 and AMP7.
Why attend this event?
As we look towards an ever changing world, global warming and an exit from Europe, we ask what is in store for our British landscape? We will be discussing how we should face an uncertain future and ask will this lead to 'Apocalypse Now'.
Watch out for more details early 2017!
The awards, now in their eleventh year, attended by over 500 guests, are the industry's leading awards ceremony, rewarding and celebrating innovation and best practice in the market today.
For more information see the event website above.
Conference based on "Ecohydrology on the edge: ecology-hydrology-human interactions in a changing world"
This conference will bring together academics, practitioners and those with an interest in working with small unmanned aerial systems (sUAS) for environmnetal monitoring and research. This three-day conference will be composed of scientific presentations (June 28th-29th) and a UAS Industry Day (June 30th), where companies will have 30 minute sessions to present their developments/applications. Plus, a demonstrative workshop with live demonstrations on data collection and processing using different platforms and sensors.
Phosphorus is a finite resource and there are many established techniques and technologies to recover it. Economic recovery is a huge challenge though and in many instances it is not financially viable unless there are other enabling drivers that allow the capital and operating cost deficits to be internalised. These include the nuisance associated with struvite precipitation, the impact of P on dewatering processes and broader benefits derived from reduced greenhouse gas emissions associated with reduced usaeg of Phosphorus fertilizers.