- 15 October 2014
- 19:30 - 21:00 BST (GMT+1)
Institution of Civil Engineers One Great George Street Westminster London , SW1P 3AA United Kingdom
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The autumn and winter of 2013/14 saw extreme coastal surges, storms and rainfall, causing extensive and prolonged flooding and other damage.
Although this was a season of particular intensity, such events have occurred in different locations for a number of years and may occur more frequently in the future.
This lecture will look at what we can learn from these extreme weather events and how we can plan for the future.
- Professor David Balmforth, President Elect, ICE.
- Professor Jeremy Watson, Professor of Engineering Systems and Vice-Dean: Engineering Sciences, UCL Department of Science.
- Roland Grzybek, Water and Environmental Management Framework Manager, CH2M Hill.
- Ian Nunn, FCRM Operations Manager – East Kent
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