With face-to-face meetings difficult in the foreseeable future, GMDSI sees webinars as a key mechanism for industry engagement. Our webinars take the following formats:
- instructional webinars, featuring one or two experts lecturing on a specific topic
- workshop webinars, featuring a number of presenters on topics which are philosophical rather than technical.
GMDSI will soon host three webinars. These will be delivered by John Doherty (author of PEST) in biweekly intervals. Dates are as follows: Webinar 1:
We invite you to join us for an upcoming GMDSI Webinar to be held 11am-1pm (AEST) on Thursday August 18 on Zoom. Register for the
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
https://vimeo.com/566929903 by Catherine More and John Doherty Because environmental systems are complex, models must be complex too. Otherwise, how can they simulate the impact of
https://vimeo.com/548316380 by Catherine Moore and John Doherty We have talked about uncertainty before – in last year’s webinar series. We have been asked to talk
On 28th October, 2020 GMDSI hosted a discussional webinar whose purpose was to address tensions which sometimes arise between modellers and hydrogeologists If you would
We are calling this our “Christmas Cracker” webinar for two good reasons. Firstly, it was held just 10 days before Christmas. Secondly, it was entertaining, and easy to listen to.
In May and June 2020, GMDSI offered a four-part webinar series on decision-support modelling principles and practice. John Doherty and Catherine Moore presented the first