This is the second of a two-part series recorded by John Doherty. The first video is philosophical. The second video provides real-world examples of the
GMDSI offers educational resources to support people with a wide range of modelling skills and experience, including new modellers, people who regulate modelling, stakeholders in model-based decisions, and high-end modellers looking to implement the latest state-of-the-art data assimilation and uncertainty analysis techniques.
We have developed a range of videos to help you deepen your understanding of decision-support modelling, and we are looking forward to hosting training courses on a range of topics, from technical to philosophical.
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This is the first of a two-part series recorded by John Doherty. The first video is philosophical. The second video provides two real-world examples of
These videos were prepared as lectures for the Groundwater Modelling topic of the Groundwater Hydrology course at Flinders University. They aim to introduce history matching