How hydrology and modeling support green transition in the changing environment?
In the Nordic, water has been the invisible resource. It gains wider interest when becoming a problem for land-use activities, infrastructure, recreation, or ecosystem resilience. The change towards more sustainable use of Earth’s resources and resilient societies in changing climate requires a renewed focus on water.
We welcome you to the 2023 edition of the National Modeling Seminar series organized in collaboration with the Hydrology division of Water association Finland, universities, and research institutes. The seminar will focus on two broad themes:
- How process-based environmental models, data-driven approaches and new data streams can improve systemic thinking in hydrology?
- How hydrology and environmental modeling should support green transition?
Join the discussion by presenting recent work and sharing your ideas. Let’s make hydrology greater than ever!
Time: Mon 20.11.2023, 09:00 – 16:30.
Venue: Cultural Centre and Conference Hotel Sofia (https://www.sofia.fi/en/), Kallvikinniementie 35, 00980 Helsinki.
The seminar is sponsored by Natural Resources Institute Finland (Luke), including lunch. We will have an informal seminar dinner for participants (at own cost, time and location to be announced later).
Registration (DL 6.11.2023): https://forms.gle/dwTgs7UYMF42UvqW6
Abstract submission (DL 13.10.2013): Please prepare your Abstract using the template (max length 300 words) and submit it via the registration form, or by email to Jari-Pekka Nousu (jari-pekka.nousu(a)luke.fi). We welcome broad range of presentations, the only requirement is that there is a linkage either to i) hydrology, ii) environmental modeling or iii) their impacts in ecosystems or society. A poster session will be organized, and posters are accessible whole day during coffee breaks & lunch.
Contact: Jari-Pekka Nousu (jari-pekka.nousu(a)luke.fi) & Samuli Launiainen (samuli.launiainen(a)luke.fi)