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The purpose of this evening meeting is to discuss matters of common interest to both the dams and reservoirs industry and those involved in using levees in flood risk management. The meeting flows out of the setting up within ICOLD of a technical Committee on Levees, the first meetings of which were held at the Vienna Congress in 2018. The main justifications for the inclusion of levees within the scope of ICOLD put forward by member countries were:
Admission free | Teas available from 5.30pm.
This meeting will also be streamed live on the internet
For more details on how to view this meeting online, including at one of our Regional Hubs in Glasgow, Warrington, Leeds or Cardiff, please download the BDS regional flyer or visit the meeting page on the BDS website: www.britishdams.org
Jonathan is Chief Technical Director for Resilience at HR Wallingford with responsibilities in the areas of flood and coastal management, including such areas as performance, risk, materials and sustainability.
Jonathan has had specific experience over the past 30 years in the production of industry guidance documents and was Technical Lead for the International Levee Handbook. Over the last 15 years he has also been involved in the development of improved understanding of the physical performance of flood defences/levees and the representation of this performance via fragility curves to allow the behaviour of to be represented in flood risk systems analysis.
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