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The online British Hydrological Society conference includes six presentations addressing the topic of innovation in UK hydrology and is organised in three sessions (programme given below). The meeting includes a panel discussion on future hydrological research needs in the UK and a virtual poster exhibition. Poster submissions are welcomed (details shared with those registering).
The 2021 Annual General Meeting of the Society is also included.
Current non-members are most welcome to participate after first joining BHS (£30/yr with concessions available)
10:00-10:10 Welcome by current BHS President (Nick Chappell) and BHS Hon Secretary (Lucy Barker)
Session 1: Chair – Peter Ede
10:10-10:30 Talk 1 (Geoff Darch, Anglian Water Services: Better incorporation of drought risk and climate change projections into water resources planning)
10:30-10:50 Talk 2 (Chris Soulsby, University of Aberdeen: Integrating tracers in hydrological models: understanding the celerity-velocity paradox)
Session 2: Chair – Kate Heppell
11:00-11:20 Talk 3 (Andrew Johnson, UKCEH: Why hydrology ‘rules’ when it comes to assessing the impacts of chemical contaminants in rivers)
11:20-11:40 Talk 4 (Chris Evans, UKCEH: The role of hydrology in sustainable peatland management)
11:40-12:10 AGM (BHS President, Hon Secretary and Hon Treasurer)
12:10-13:00 Lunch break
13:00-14:00 Panel discussion: Future of UK hydrology research (Keith Beven & BHS WG). Please read briefing note prior to meeting
14:00-15:00 Virtual poster exhibition with online Q&A, including afternoon break. Details of how to submit a poster tbc
Session 3: Chair – Hayley Fowler
15:00-15:20 Talk 5 (Helena Soteriou, Catchment Initiatives Programme Manager, Thames Water: Value of embedding the public, landowners and environmental NGOs into whole catchment planning)
15:20-15:40 Talk 6 (Katie Muchan and Lucy Barker, UKCEH: Embracing the future of hydrometric data archiving and hydrological analysis)
15:40-15:50 Meeting close by new BHS President (Hayley Fowler)
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