september, 2019

16sep8:30 am5:00 pmAustralian Groundwater Modelling School8:30 am - 5:00 pm Mantra on EdwardAudience:Alumni,Employers,Future students,General Public,Government departments & agencies,International students,Recent graduates,Researchers,Staff,Students,Teachers

Event Details

Many parts of Australia and the rest of the world rely on groundwater as a source of drinking water and for agricultural and industrial purposes. Understanding groundwater as a reliable resource can generally only be performed using groundwater models. This course provides the attendees with a solid background and detailed understanding of the process of modelling, taught by world authorities in the field.

This School will introduce attendees to the art and science of groundwater modelling. It will include a brief discussion of groundwater flow before examining the details of the process of modelling. Each step in the process will be thoroughly examined with practical applications as the focus. Extensive tutorials will allow attendees the opportunity to gain hands-on experience with using MODFLOW, the industry-standard groundwater modelling code. Other codes will be introduced and discussed.


Dr. Michael Teubner

Michael has over 40 years’ of experience in developing and applying water systems modelling including 16 years in the consulting industry in the US and 18 years in university education and research in South Australia. Michael has spent 3 years coordinating Flinders University’s Groundwater Hydrology Postgraduate courses (including teaching Groundwater Modelling for 4 years) and 2 years in coordinating the Australian Groundwater School topic at Flinders.

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(Monday) 8:30 am - 5:00 pm


Mantra on Edward

166 Wickham Terrace


National Centre for Groundwater Research and TrainingBased at Flinders University, with 12 partner universities, a growing list of more than 19 government and industry partners, and formal linkages with some of the world's leading groundwater research organisations, the NCGRT brings together nearly 200 Australian and international researchers to pool their knowledge and expertise.