HARC at Hydrology & Water Resources Symposium 2022
HARC was proud to support Engineers Australia – Hydrology and Water Resources Symposium in Brisbane once again in 2022.
This year’s theme ‘The past, the present, the future’ highlighted the work and impact of our industry predecessors, current water-related issues and trends, and the innovations and technologies shaping the future of water engineering.
Our team gave five presentations over the three-day program:
What can Australian Rainfall and Temperature Trends tell us about Climate Change (and what can’t they tell us)?
Presenter: Russell Beatty
Refined treatment of noise and negatives in flows derived by a water balance on storage.
Presenter: Katherine Szabo
Quantifying errors in areal rainfall estimates due to interpolation in poorly gauged regions.
Presenter: Matthew Scorah
Hydrological and hydraulic modelling of design floods for the Menindee Lakes.
Presenter: Dr Phillip Jordan
The impact of spatial variability on flood response in small catchments.
Presenter: Tim Craig
Contact us if you would like more information about any of these presentations.