Uncertainty in Groundwater Modelling
Friday 20 May, 2016 (3.00-5.00pm)
Flinders City Campus, 182 Victoria Square, Adelaide, SA 5000.
Live Streaming available for interstate/remote attendees.
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Uncertainty in hydrogeology and groundwater modelling is front and centre in groundwater science, management and policy. Methods to measure, conceptualise, understand, reduce and communicate uncertainty remain key issues. This seminar and panel discussion will present state of the art understanding and approaches in this area and will discuss and debate the needs and future directions in a Q&A style panel.
PANEL & SPEAKERS
Professor Craig Simmons (NCGRT)
Some uncertainty analysis options available through PEST
Professor John Doherty (Watermark Numerical Computing)
Conceptual Uncertainty in Groundwater Models
Hugh Middlemis (HydroGeoLogic)
Qualitative uncertainty analysis: discussing the ‘so what?’ question
Luk Peeters (CSIRO)
Wrangling uncertainty in groundwater models
Anthony Knapton (CloudGMS)
Great Expectations - How groundwater managers should use model outputs
Steve Barnett (IAH/DEWNR)
Chair, Professor Craig Simmons (NCGRT)
Note: This event will be live streamed for interstate or rural attendees to view. Please contact NCGRT via email at firstname.lastname@example.org for the live streaming link.