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Hydrology

Wouter Buytaert, a Professor in Hydrology and Water Resources at Imperial College London shares his experience with regards to monitoring activities in a water resources management context.

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Join us for an overview of some of the latest hydrology science. We will look to understand how the impact of climate change on our river flows will have huge implications for the future availability of water.

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ICE CPD framework

Our activity as civil engineers is key to creating the world of the future and ensuring the infrastructure we have is safe, resilient, sustainable and delivers social benefit.

Date
19 May 2024
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Digital resources

Access our ebooks, journals, textbooks and reference material from your desktop PC, tablet or phone.

Date
21 December 2023

Hydropower schemes have considerable appeal as a source of renewable energy across the world – while their multi-disciplinary nature poses great engineering challenges. This briefing sheet provides information on the status of hydropower in the UK and worldwide.

Date
31 July 2023
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Join the ICE Bristol City Club for a webinar on the multiple challenges facing the water sector and initiatives such as Nature Based Solutions, Sustainable Urban Drainage Systems and the Catchment Based Approach.

In the face of rapid urbanisation, population growth and climate change, the organisations tasked with securing our water supply must tackle bigger challenges than ever. Water transfers and interconnections are vital elements of these strategies.

Date
25 April 2022

This presentation will outline the hydraulic and other factors needed for the sound design of spillway chutes. This will focus mostly on concrete chutes and on both rock and soil foundations. It will also touch briefly on stepped masonry chutes and on the selection of terminal, energy dissipation st…

Presentation on the development of the concept of the North Glasgow Integrated Water Management System, utilising the Forth and Clyde Canal to allow a significant development and regeneration programme also start to deliver the concept of a sponge city.

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