Events

Australasian Groundwater Conference 2017

Aquanty is proud to support the Australasian Groundwater Conference this year. Swing by our booth to talk to us. We will also have two talks durring the Wednesday session on Groundwater Modelling.

River basin-scale integrated surface-subsurface hydrologic modelling to support agricultural risk management.

Simulating complex surface water/groundwater interactions during flood events with a fully-integrated physics based hydrologic model.

HGS User Conference - Registration Deadline January 22, 2017

4th International Hydrogeosphere User Conference

Tackling problems of water quantity and quality increasingly requires the simulation and quantification of complex flow and transport processes in coupled surface-subsurface systems. Over the last 15 years a range of numerical codes such as Hydrogeosphere (HGS)OpenGeosys (OGS)Parflow and others have become available to address those types of problems. Building upon a series of previous HGS user conferences in Liège, Hannover and Neuchatel, the fourth conference in this series will be held at the University of Bayreuth, Germany from the 6th – 10th of March 2017. The conference is entitled “Hydrogeosphere & More: Fully Integrated Simulation of Coupled Surface/Subsurface Flow and Transport Processes” and focuses on the latest research and developments in fully integrated simulation of hydrosystems from the HGS user community and beyond.

Click here for conference registration. 

HGS RESEARCH HIGHLIGHT - American Geophysical Union 2016 Fall Meeting

The AGU 2016 Fall meeting starts January 12, and we have three presentations that implement the HGS model. Swing by these talks to see some great research from our HGS users. 

H43E-1503: Application of a 3D Model to Assess the Thermo-Hydrological Effects of Climate Warming in a Discontinuous Permafrost Zone, Umiujaq, Northern Quebec, Canada

Authors: Masoumeh Parhizkar, Rene Therrien, John W H Molson, Jean-Michel Lemieux, Richard Fortier, Marie-Catherine Talbot Poulin, Pierre Therrien, and Michel Ouellet

H34B-06: Comparing Models and Methods for the Delineation of Stream Baseflow Contribution Areas

Authors: Reynold Chow, Michael Frind, Emil O Frind, Jon P Jones, Marcelo Sousa, David L Rudolph, and Wolfgang Nowak

H52B-02: Fully Integrated Atmospheric, Surface, and Subsurface Model of the California Basin

Authors: Jason H Davison, Hyoun-Tae Hwang, Edward A Sudicky, Derek V. Mallia, and John C Lin

    Excited to be sharing a booth with IBM at the Canadian Water Summit!

    We are excited to be sharing a booth with IBM at the Canadian Water Summit in Toronto, Canada today.

    Stop by the booth to learn more about how we are combining our hydrologic modelling platform, HydroGeoSphere, with IBM's data analytics platforms, Cognos, to support decision making at the watershed scale related to conditions ranging from flood to drought.