27
May 2020

Hydrologic Recovery in Coastal Watersheds

Organized by the Engineers and Geoscientists in the Resource Sector Division

Status: Advanced registration is now closed. Please contact Stuart Nash at 604.558.6655 for more information. Thank you.
Date: Wednesday, May 27, 2020
Time: Log-in: 11:45 AM
Webinar: 12:00 PM–1:00 PM
Location: Webinar
(You will receive the webinar login information 1 day prior to the event)
Credit: 1 Informal Professional Development Hours (PDH)
Cost: Engineers and Geoscientists BC member (Professional or EIT/GIT): $20 + GST = $21.00

Non-member: $25 + GST = $26.25 (Note: Non-members need to create an online account prior to registering for webinars. See below for more details.)

Group webinar presentation (for office environments): $45 + GST = $47.25

Students: $10 + GST = $10.50

Please note that all attendees must have an online account with Engineers and Geoscientists BC prior to registering for webinars. For non-members and first-time users, this will mean creating a new account. Once your account is created, please login and return to the event registration page to complete your registration.
Contact: For registration inquiries, please contact Garth Lord at [email protected].
Note: If you purchase the Group Registration, there is no need to enter your guests or you will be charged additionally for each guest.
Important Dates: Please register by Monday, May 25.
In this webinar on hydrologic recovery in coastal watersheds, Glynnis Horel, P.Eng. will cover two main topics. First, Glynnis will review the climate and stream flow of coastal watersheds, discussing typical hydrographs, peak flow occurrence by month, and recent storm trends. Second, she will discuss hydrologic recovery methods for a variety of coastal watersheds (e.g. rain, rain-on-snow, snowpack zones), discussing what to consider when selecting which curves to apply, how to choose parameters for the recovery curves, and sources of uncertainty, both in determining hydrologic recovery and in interpreting results for stream flow change.

Speaker

Glynnis Horel, P.Eng.

Glynnis has 45 years of experience as a geological engineer in terrain evaluation, slope stability and landslide assessments, watershed assessments, earthworks construction, and road maintenance, reconstruction and deactivation. She has worked in the coastal forest sector in B.C. for 27 years. She has completed watershed assessments on over two million hectares of forest land on Vancouver Island, the coastal mainland and Haida Gwaii. Glynnis is both a Technical and General Reviewer for Engineers and Geoscientists BC practice reviews and has participated in the development of five sets of professional practice guidelines.



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