Registrations Are Now Open
The New Zealand Hydrological Society is excited to invite you to the 2018 Technical Workshop to be held in Palmerston North from March 6th – 9th 2018.
The Workshop is entitled “Discover the real dirt in hydrology”. Over the four days, delegates will hear from a number of members of the hydrology industry on a range of subjects related to the challenges and successes in monitoring both water quality and quantity.
The specific topic that this workshop will address will be suspended sediment loads and the latest in best practice data collection, analysis and quality assurance of related data. Included in this will be comparisons of different data capture methods, laboratory analyses and surrogate technologies.
It is our great pleasure to welcome our overseas expert, John Gray, formerly of the USGS, who will present on the various aspects of sediment and its relationship to hydrology.
We look forward to seeing you in Palmerston North this coming March
To register for the workshop online click here
Full payment is due by 20th February 2018.
When you register online, you will have the choice of paying by credit card or upon invoice.
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Day One Tuesday 6th March
0940-1000 Formal welcoming
1000-1025 Overview on sediment monitoring in New Zealand
1025-1045 Morning tea
1045-1215 NZHS Presentations
1315-1515 John Gray session 1
1515-1535 Afternoon tea
1535-1635 John Gray session 2
1635-1725 Trade stand presentations
Social Event held at Brew Union – Sponsored by Aquatic Informatics
Day Two Wednesday 7th March
0845-0900 Overview for the day
0900-1015 NZHS Presentations
1015-1035 Morning tea
1035-1210 NZHS Presentations
1300-1500 John Gray session 3
1500-1520 Afternoon tea
1520-1700 John Gray session 4
1700-1730 Field day organisation and discussion
Workshop Dinner held at Palmerston North Conference & Function Centre – Sponsored By Kisters
Day Three Thursday 8th March– Field Day
0900-1200 Large river sediment sampling practical – Manawatu at Teachers College
1230-1330 Transport to small stream site – Oroua at Almadale Slackline
1330-1630 Small stream sediment sampling practical
1630 Transport back to Palmerston North
Day Four Friday 9th March, advanced techniques and processing
0900-1015 John Gray advanced session 1
1015-1035 Morning tea
1035-1200 John Gray advanced session 2
1300-1430 Recap and discussion
Keynote Speaker: John R. Gray
Gray brings some four decades of field and office experience in sediment-, streamflow-, and water-quality-data collection; program design, implementation, execution, and review; and program summary to bear on behalf of the client. The first 14 years of Gray’s 38 years of USGS experience were field- and project-work centric in three USGS offices in Illinois and Arizona. This experience enables insights on the riverine-transport processes and uncertainties, including sampler limitations and data uncertainties that may impinge on the significance of findings ranging from the data-collection to monitoring-program levels.
Venue: Palmerston North
For accommodation and travel information, please visit the NZHS Technical Workshop website here
Call for presentations
Supporting junior technicians
Sponsorship and Trade Stands
A limited number of trade stand opportunities are available at a cost of $1000 + GST. The trade stands include one free registration to the workshop and dinner. If you would like further information about the trade stands please contact Matt Hope at firstname.lastname@example.org, or to book a trade stand online click here.