Groundwater

Groundwater Schedule for 2020

Groundwater is the world’s most abundant and extracted natural resource, making up around 98% of fresh water on earth (excluding polar ice). More than half of the total groundwater withdrawn globally is used for agriculture, highlighting the importance of sustainably managing groundwater for global food production.

 

Title Presenter Date
Online Course
Introduction to Groundwater Modelling with MODFLOW – Feb 2020
Konrad Miotlinski 20 – 27 February
Online Course
Groundwater Modelling with MODFLOW-OWHM, FREEWAT and Farm Process
Wolfgang Schmid 12 – 19 March
Short Courses & Lectures
Upcoming Schedule 
NCGRT  
Short Course
Australian Groundwater School
NCGRT 14 – 17 April 
Short Course
Australian Groundwater School
NCGRT 21 – 24 September 
2019 Courses & Webinars
Conference
Australian Groundwater Conference: Brisbane Convention & Exhibition Centre, Queensland
NCGRT, IAH 24 – 27 November
Free Webinar
Managing saline groundwater
Andrew Telfer 20 November
Free Webinar
Unlocking water resources to expand agriculture
Dirk Mallants & Adrian Costar 13 November
Short Course
Australian Groundwater School and Field Trip
NCGRT 11 – 15 November
Online Course
Introduction to Groundwater Modelling with MODFLOW
Konrad Miotlinski 1 & 8 October
Short Course
Australian Groundwater Modelling School – Brisbane
NCGRT 16 – 20 September
Free Webinar
Groundwater modelling with MODFLOW
Konrad Miotlinski, Wolfgang Schmid 14 August
Short Course
Australian Groundwater School – Sydney
NCGRT
5 – 8 August
Online Course 3
Managing a MAR Project
Russ Martin 6 August
Online Course 2
Building a MAR project
Declan Page 30 July
Online Course 1
MAR global examples, drivers and policies
Peter Dillon 23 July
Online Course
Understanding Groundwater Model Uncertainty Analysis
Luk Peeters, Hugh Middlemis 4 July
Free Webinar
Managed Aquifer Recharge (MAR)
Peter Dillon, Russell Martin, Declan Page 30 April
Online Course
Understanding Groundwater Model Uncertainty Analysis
Luk Peeters, Hugh Middlemis  19 Feb
Groundwater 2018
Webinar Series
Groundwater for Sustainable Development
Presented by the Groundwater Solutions Initiative for Policy and Practice (GRIPP) and the National Centre for Groundwater Research and Training (NCGRT)