February 11, 2021

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Register for Our Webinar on the Effects of Climate Change on Surface Water and Groundwater Management Strategies

The first webinar in Geosyntec Consultant’s Water and Climate Change webinar series will examine hydrology, stormwater, and groundwater management strategies in coastal areas influenced by projected long-term climate changes such as sea level rise and extreme rainfall events. Watch On Demand Now »

Speakers will share their engineering perspectives on resilient problem solving, water storage and supply challenges, stormwater runoff and floodplain management, infrastructure vulnerability assessment, application of predictive quantitative models, and regulatory permitting considerations. Several case studies will be presented focused on the southeastern United States.

Wednesday, February 24th from 12:00PM - 1:30PM Eastern/ 9:00AM - 10:30am Pacific

SPEAKERS INCLUDE

  • Moderator: Alec Bogdanoff, PhD – Principal and Co-Founder, Brizaga
  • Mark Ellard, PE, CFM, D.WRE, ENV SP – Senior Principal, Water Resources, Geosyntec Consultants
  • Neven Kresic, PhD, PG – Senior Consultant, Geosyntec Consultants
  • Carolina Maran, PhD, PE – District Resiliency Officer, South Florida Water Management District
  • Jim Rumbaugh – President, Environmental Simulations, Inc.

About Geosyntec’s Water and Climate Change Webinar Series

Climate change processes including sea level rise, extreme weather events, and regional drought are causing unprecedented impacts to our environment and infrastructure. This webinar series explores the incidence of these climate change driven impacts, and presents management paradigms and technology approaches for enhancing water resiliency. Covering a broad range of topics related to water and climate resiliency these webinars will address issues of concern for a variety of stakeholders including municipalities, industry, utilities, regulatory agencies, attorneys, and others. Future webinar topics will include water resource management and restoration, infrastructure vulnerability, and regulatory compliance, risk management, and legal issues triggered by climate change.

PDHs will be provided.