Queensland Water Modelling Network

The QWMN is improving the state’s capacity to model its surface and groundwater resources and their quality, by providing the tools, information and collaborative platforms to support best-practice use of water models, and the uptake of their results by policy makers and natural resource managers.

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QWMN Forum 2020

Join us at the QWMN Forum 2020, where we will explore the operation of the ‘water modelling pipeline’, linking science, data, modelling, decision making and communication in the context of water security, urban design and liveability, and landscape restoration. At the Forum, we’ll explore:

  • do the pipelines in these areas work work well?
  • what can we learn from looking across the pipelines of other areas?
  • how can we improve the operation of pipelines in different application areas?

If you are involved in the research, development, use or communication of water models, their input data or their outputs, the QWMN Forum 2020 is an event you cannot afford to miss. 

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