30 September 2020
Predicting the next major flood or drought event is of paramount interest to water managers. In particular, understanding the behaviour of streamflow and groundwater resources is critical in estimating the risk associated with these hydrological extremes. Here, we will discuss new evidence for a multi-year cycle exhibited by the majority of UK water resources that, until recently, was hidden. This cycle can account for up to 30% of river flow behaviour and up to 40% groundwater level behaviour, with impacts on the recurrence of flooding and droughts. We will review the nature and implications of this cycle in the UK and discuss its origin.
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Will is a Senior Hydrologist with Atkins and has 10 years’ experience leading projects in flood risk alleviation and water resource management. For the past 5 years Will has held a research position at Cranfield University investigating links between climate systems and oscillatory patterns in terrestrial hydrology.
This event is open to members and non-members of CIWEM.
This webinar will be hosted on the Zoom platform and will be recorded. Please note that registrations will close 24 hours before the event starts. If you have not registered before that time, unfortunately we cannot add you to the event. You will receive an email with joining instructions after you have successfully registered for the webinar and the registration has been approved by our team. If you have any questions about your booking or would like to cancel your attendance, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you have any queries, please contact Oliver Jarrett at Oliver.Jarrett@atkinsglobal.com.
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