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2015 CEE SWAT User Seminar

After two successful editions of the CEE SWAT Workshops (2011, 2014) and as a result of good collaboration between the Warsaw University of Life Sciences (SGGW) and the Texas A&M Agri-Life Research (TAMU),
a new joint initiative has been planned for 2015, besides the third edition of the CEE SWAT Seminar.
 
On Thursday 28 May 2015 the WULS-SGGW Water Centre will host a one-day event, the CEE SWAT User Seminar.
More info on Seminar can be found at the website http://levis.sggw.pl/swat/

2015 Central Eastern European SWAT Workshop

Division of Hydrology and Water Resources, Warsaw University of Life Sciences  in collaboration with the Texas A&M Agri-Life Research co-organize the second Central Eastern European SWAT Workshop (Introductory & Advanced), which will be held in Warsaw, Poland from May 11 to 15, 2015.
 
The Workshop will be led by Dr. Raghavan Srinivasan from TAMU, USA.
 
The event is open to professionals, graduate and post-graduate students, who use or wish to use SWAT

Call for Papers:

Restoration and management of riparian and riverine ecosystems: ecohydrological experiences, tools and perspectives

  • Submission deadline: 30th November 2014
  • Acceptance deadline: 15 March 2015
  • Publication: May 2015

http://www.journals.elsevier.com/ecohydrology-and-hydrobiology/call-for-papers/call-for-papers-restoration-and-management-of-riparian-and-r/

Central Eastern European SWAT Workshop

Division of Hydrology and Water Resources of WULS-SGGW in collaboration with the Texas A&M University co-organize the second Central Eastern European SWAT Workshop, which will be held in Warsaw, Poland from May 19 to 23, 2014. All details can be found on the website  http://levis.sggw.pl/swat/.

 

 

Seminarium Pracowni Systemów Geoinformacyjnych i Modelowania Środowiska

„Drony – zastosowanie w nowoczesnym GIS, geodezji i …”

 

Pracownia Systemów Geoinformacyjnych i Modelowania Środowiska przy Centrum Wodnym, 

Wydziału Budownictwa i Inżynierii Środowiska wraz z firmą Leica Geosystems ma przyjemność 

zaprosić Państwa na seminarium poświęcone prezentacji nowych narzędzi badania środowiska - 

dronów, znajdujących zastosowanie w GIS, geodezji, inżynierii środowiska i wielu innych 

dziedzinach.

Seminarium odbędzie się 14 stycznia 2014 o godzinie 10.00 w Centrum Wodnym SGGW,

przy ulicy Józefa Ciszewskiego 6 w Warszawie

Strony