Expert hydrologist Larry Freeman looks at how to prepare your surface water monitoring stations to withstand extreme events. How do you protect valuable equipment and data from flood water and sediment.
After another successful running of our groundwater methodology and equipment training course in Birmingham this month, the team will be travelling to Scotland in June to talk sampling techniques and technology.
Over 1000 delegates, 23 years and still in demand.
It is 23 years since the first groundwater training courses started at Cranfield University in 1994. Well over 100 delegates have attended these courses, mainly from the UK and Ireland with the occasional overseas visitor. You may well be one of those.
It is useful to reflect on how these courses have evolved and why they are still needed and relevant for today, so here’s a quick history of the groundwater sampling training course.
Peter looks back at the life and career of influential hydrogeologist Robin Hazell who passed away in February. Robin Hazell was a long-time member of the IAH (International Association of Hydrogeologists) and noted as a mentor for successive generations of hydrogeologists.