Integrated Water Resource Management - IWRM

Webinar - International WaterCentre Masters program and scholarships

Delphine Gonchond
229 Views
Started by Delphine Gonchond on
28 Jun 2015 at 21:11
Education Marketing Manager, International WaterCentre
Know-how: Finance and Markets

IWC Senior Lecturer Dr Brian McIntosh will host a series of free webinars on Thursday 9 July to present the IWC Master of Integrated Water Management and available scholarships.

The International WaterCentre (IWC) is currently offering up to three international scholarships including up to two full tuition and full living costs scholarships (each valued at AU$ 89,811) and one full tuition scholarship (valued at AU$ 50,776) to study the Master of Integrated Water Management at The University of Queensland next year. Partial scholarships will also be available to self-funded students. Online applications will remain open until 1 August 2015 via www.watercentre.org/scholarships-international


A series of three webinars will be held on Thursday 9 July 2015 - you can register to any of the following sessions:

  • 8:00am AEST (Brisbane time) *
  • 12:00pm AEST (Brisbane time) *
  • 5:00pm AEST (Brisbane time) *

Each session will last approximately 45 mins.

* Click here to check what time will it be in your city/country

 
Register now

>> Places are limited, click here to register
Note: if you register but can't attend on the day we will email you a link to the recording after the event.

Comments

Mashallah Ali-Ahyaie
DEAR ALL,

MAY I ASK THE FOLLOWING TWO DISCUSSIONS, ON LINKED-IN, TO BE CONSIDERED IN THE WEBINAR FREE DISCUSSIONS AND IN ANY OTHER RELATED RESEARCH PROGRAMS:
==================
Does this concept really work? It certainly needs a pilot study. That is named as:... linkedin.com
================
Mashallah Ali-Ahyaie Freelancer Consultant
7 months ago
Does this concept really work? It certainly needs a pilot study. That is named as: “ABOVE-GROUND ARTIFICIAL QANAT; BUILT ON A SLOPED VALLEY.”
DEAR ALL,
THE CONCEPT APPLIES A REVISED VERSION OF THE LATE HOOMAN BEHZAD’S “GRAVEL–FILLED ROOFLESS CISTERNS” SCHEME. THE “GRAVEL–FILLED ROOFLESS CISTERNS,” WERE ORIGINALLY PROPOSED FOR HARVESTING AND STORING RAINWATER RUNOFF INSIDE, ON FLAT LANDS, AND WHICH MIMICS THE NATURAL PROCESS, IN STORING RAINWATER IN THE UNDERGROUND AQUIFER, VIS-A’-VIS ANCIENT ARTIFICIAL AB-ANBARS (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ab_anbar,) SOLVING THE PROBLEMS OF BAD SMELLING WATER, OUT OF LONG STORING, IN ROOFED ABANBARS, AND THEIR CAPACITY LIMITATION.
THIS NEW CONCEPT IS AS I DESCRIBE BELOW IN COMMENTS:
===============
https://www.linkedin.com/groups/CONVERTING-CHECKDAMS-INTO-SPRINGS-FED-85...
===========
Mashallah Ali-Ahyaie Freelancer Consultant
5 months ago
"CONVERTING CHECK-DAMS INTO SPRINGS, FED BY THE HARVESTED RAINWATER RUNOFF FROM HILL SIDES, ON THE HINTER LANDS; ON THE CITY ENVIRONS, ON RAVINES; ONE MAY NAME IT “HOOMAN-MASHALLAH SPRING.”"
===============
BEST REGARDS,

MASHALLAH
Support
Please feel free to submit your feedback below
Feedback

CAPTCHA
Image CAPTCHA
Enter the characters shown in the image.