Upcoming Short Courses

Online Course: 1D Water Modelling with HEC-RAS- February 2019

Thursday, 14 February, 2019

Online Course: Understanding Groundwater Model Uncertainty Analysis

Online
Tuesday, 19 February, 2019

Webinar: Flood Modelling in the Cloud

Wednesday, 20 February, 2019

Environmental Tracers in Groundwater Hydrology

Melbourne, VIC
Monday, 25 February, 2019

Webinar: Sustainable water management for unconventional gas extraction

Online
Wednesday, 27 February, 2019

Webinar: South Asian Hydropower in the Era of Climate Change

Online
Wednesday, 6 March, 2019

Online Course: 2D Water Modelling with HEC-RAS- March 2019

Thursday, 7 March, 2019

PFAS and Groundwater Workshop

Adelaide
Thursday, 7 March, 2019

Australian Groundwater School

Perth, WA
Monday, 18 March, 2019

Online Course: Dam Breach Modelling

Thursday, 21 March, 2019

Online Course 1: Unconventional Gas - Water and the Industry

Thursday, 4 April, 2019

Online Course 2: Unconventional Gas- Water Treatment and Recycling

Thursday, 11 April, 2019

Field Methods School- Adelaide, April 2019

Adelaide, SA
Monday, 15 April, 2019

Online Course 3: Unconventional Gas - Policy and Regulation

Thursday, 18 April, 2019

Connecting flow and ecology in the Koshi Basin, Nepal

Online
Wednesday, 15 May, 2019

Australian Groundwater School

Sydney, NSW
Monday, 5 August, 2019

Advancing groundwater-dependent ecosystem detection using radar

Online
Wednesday, 9 October, 2019

Australian Groundwater School and Field Trip

Adelaide, SA
Monday, 11 November, 2019

News

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A Warm Welcome to Debro and Sarah

Friday, 19 September, 2008

Two new Project Coordinators have joined the ICE WaRM team and will be involved in the new Water Planning degree programme, the Living Laboratories seminars and workshops and the Visitors and Exchange scheme.

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From the CEO

Thursday, 31 July, 2008

Richard-HopkinsRecently-unveiled national policies on the Murray-Darling and climate change have underlined the importance of the sector we work in. Australia’s water resources have never been a higher priority – and ICE WaRM is working on the introduction of imaginative initiatives to address the pressing challenges facing our society.

Education and training are vital elements in addressing critical water management issues – and ICE WaRM, in collaboration with our university partners and other major stakeholders, is significantly increasing the flow of opportunities for students and professionals to expand their skills.

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Water Pricing Under the Microscope

Wednesday, 30 July, 2008

More than 40 professionals took part in a special ICE WaRM workshop on the Mathematics of Water Supplies and Pricing at Surfers Paradise in Queensland in mid-July.

ICE WaRM teamed with our companion ICE in Mathematics Education, the Australian Mathematical Sciences Institute and the Australian Research Council’s Centre for Excellence for Mathematics and Statistics of Complex Systems to deliver the workshop.

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ICE WaRM wins grant to upgrade WRM Programme

Wednesday, 30 July, 2008

ICE WaRM has been awarded an Australian Government grant to upgrade its flagship post-graduate Water Resources Management Programme.

The grant, from the Australian Government Department of Climate Change’s Climate Change Adaptation Skills for Professionals Programme, allows ICE WaRM to increase the emphasis on sustainability and include the recognition, mitigation and management of climate change in the existing Master degree in Water Resources Management and the shorter Graduate Certificate and Graduate Diploma.

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Water Planning Scholarships in the Pipeline

Saturday, 26 July, 2008

Water Photos 112ICE WaRM will offer scholarships for the new Water Planning degree programme being developed with funding from the National Water Commission.

A fund of $200,000 has been established for the provision of scholarships which will be available to students across Australia.

Conditions of the scholarships will be announced in spring 2008, ready for the introduction of the new programme next year.

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ICE WaRM Short Courses Booming

Tuesday, 22 July, 2008

There has been a big response to the first of ICE WaRM’s new Australian Water Industry Essentials programme.

The initial programme, run in conjunction with the Australian Water Association, was staged in Sydney in early July for 25 industry professionals from New South Wales, Victoria, Queensland, South Australia and the ACT

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Visits and Exchanges Seminar

Friday, 18 July, 2008

2006-02-13_Drop-impactIn July, ICE WaRM hosted a seminar by Tsair-Fuh Lin from the Department of Environmental Engineering at National Cheng Kung University (NCKU), Taiwan. Professor Lin’s 4 week visit to Australia, hosted by the Australian Water Quality Centre, was funded by ICE WaRMs Visits and Exchanges Programme.

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Living Laboratories Update

Wednesday, 16 July, 2008

Water Photos 200The latest ICE WaRM Living Laboratory seminar at the National Wine Centre in Adelaide set the spotlight on Technological Innovation in Wetland Management.

The workshop explored new approaches which can halt the decline in wetlands, floodplains and other river systems – many of them suffering serious and rapid degradation because of reduced water flows and longer periods between inundation.

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Skills Shortage Study Gathers Pace

Monday, 14 July, 2008

Water Photos 103ICE WaRM is carrying out an extensive study of one of the major issues facing Australia’s water industry – the growing skills shortage.

The skills shortage, which developed over the last two decades, has become even more urgent with the coincidence of the drought and climate change.

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International Speakers for ICE WaRM Seminar

Saturday, 12 July, 2008

Pictures 035A leading water researcher outlined fresh approaches to India’s water problems and potential solutions at ICE WaRM-supported seminars in Adelaide and Sydney in June.

At the Australia-Asia Water Centre in Adelaide, Associate Professor Ashu Jain examined the issues, challenges and possible solutions for water-related problems in India and Dr Rajib Maity outlined the value of studying hydroclimatology – research in hydrology and water resources based on information from large-scale climate circulation.

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