There has been a lot of discussion recently on groundwater modelling workflows – that is, how to build and history-match a model, and then use it to support important decisions.
GMDSI’s next webinar explores this topic by hosting presenters from both ends of the workflow spectrum. Both of our presenters are groundwater modelling heavyweights. They are also entertaining speakers, with a great sense of humour. We envisage a light-hearted, but educational discussion on this important issue.
Presenters are Jeremy White, co-author of PEST++ Flopy, and PyEMU, and Jim Rumbaugh, author of Groundwater Vistas and a modeller of vast experience. Each of the speakers will present for 20 minutes. This will be followed by 20 minutes of general discussion with the webinar led by Catherine Moore and John Doherty.