International Hydrometry Workshop
Recent Advances in Technology and Uncertainty Analysis

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Monday 28th November 2016
Time: 9:00am - 5:00pm
Venue: Copthorne Hotel and Resort Queenstown, Lakefront Corner Frankton Road & Adelaide Streets, Queenstown
Cost: $50 per person (includes morning tea, lunch & afternoon tea)

 

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Announcement
The WMO/IAHR/IAHS International Hydrometry Workshop on recent advances in technology and uncertainty analysis will be held in Queenstown, New Zealand on Monday 28 November 2016 as a workshop of the 56th New Zealand Hydrological Society & 37th Australian Hydrology and Water Resources Symposium joint conference. Lecturers from New Zealand, Japan, Korea, France will present and discuss on recent advances in streamgauging techniques, air-borne measurements and uncertainty computations.

Tentative schedule

WORKSHOP - RECENT ADVANCES IN TECHNOLOGY AND UNCERTAINTY ANALYSIS

MONDAY, NOVEMBER 28, 2016 9:00 am - 5:00 pm

09:00 Registration

09:30 Mike EDE (Marlborough RC, New Zealand) Welcome address from conference LOC, NZ Hydrological Society and NEMS
09:40 Charles PEARSON (NIWA, New Zealand) Welcome address from WMO (World Meteorological Organization)
09:50 Jérôme LE COZ (Irstea, France) Introduction to the workshop

10:00 Evan BADDOCK (NIWA Dunedin, New Zealand) Advances in tracer dilution techniques

10:20 Jérôme LE COZ Non-intrusive flood gaugings using portable surface velocity radars (SVR)

 

10:40 Morning tea

 

11:10 Thomas WILDING (Hawkes Bay RC, New Zealand) Flow measurements in slow, weedy streams - the Rising Bubble method

11:30 FUJITA Ichiro (Kobe University, Japan) Image velocimetry techniques applied to streamgaugings (LSPIV, STIV)

11:50 MASUDA Jun (FLIR systems, Japan) Forward looking infrared (FLIR) imaging instruments and applications

12:10 Discussion on modern and emerging streamgauging technologies

 

12:25 Lunch break

 

13:30 KIM Dongsu (Dankook University, Korea) Hydroacoustic instruments: visualization and post-processing of hydro-acoustic velocities and derived data

13:50 FUJITA Ichiro Airborne flows measurements using image velocimetry techniques

14:10 Mike EDE 3D topography reconstruction with drone aerial photos in the Wairau River

14:30 Paul HANNAH (Otago RC, New Zealand) ADCP heligaugings of flood flows

14:50 Discussion on air-borne streamgauging technologies

 

15:05 Afternoon tea

 

15:35 Jérôme LE COZ Measuring the uncertainty of gauging techniques using intercomparison experiments

15:55 KIM Dongsu Physical experiments on discharge measurement techniques in the River Experiment Center of Andong

16:15 Jérôme LE COZ Uncertainty analysis of simple/complex rating curves, streamflow records and hydrologic products using Bayesian approaches

16:35 Discussion on uncertainty analysis and streamflow data management

16:50 Jérôme LE COZ Closing comments and feedback on the course

 

17:00 End


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