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International Conference on Computational Methods in Water Resources (CMWR 2016)



From Monday 20 June 2016
To Friday 24 June 2016


The conference will be a forum for the dissemination of the latest ideas in the development and application of advanced computational techniques to problems in water resources and related fields. Topics will include surface and subsurface hydrology, environmental hydrodynamics, ecohydrology, contaminant remediation, carbon sequestration, climate change, nuclear waste storage, fracking and geomechanics. The inexorable increase in raw computational power, software developments, the availability of on-line hydrological data, and recent advances in cyber-infrastructure make this a particularly exciting time for computational applications to challenges in water resources and geosciences.

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Location University of Toronto, Canada

Precipitation radar Uni Bonn

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