Jul 11, 2019
University of New Brunswick - Fredericton, 10 Bailey Drive, Lorne Bailey Hall, Room 146, Fredericton, NB, E3B 5A3

This training course is an intense one-day overview of river processes (hydraulic, flooding, sediment transport and aquatic linkages) which is targeted towards professionals and passionate river enthusiasts involved in river and riparian corridor management, preservation, maintenance and rehabilitation.  The overall objective of this course is to overview river process at a high level and identify conflicts in river management from planning-, policy-, science- and engineering-based perspectives ranging from the site-specific to watershed scales.  This course is particularly relevant to senior managers in planning and management roles, young professionals, or those wishing to update their skill sets in the interdisciplinary fields of river science, planning, and engineering.

For more information and registration, see course page here.