ARR 2016 Urban Book workshop at HWRS2018

November 27, 2018

Australian Rainfall & Runoff 2016 Urban Book workshop at HWRS2018

Workshop by Peter Coombes, Steve Roso and Mark Babister at 11 am on Monday 3 December 2018 at Ballroom 3 Pullman Hotel 192 Wellington Pde Melbourne.

Join the authors and editors of Australian Rainfall and Runoff (ARR) Urban Book as they discuss the philosophy and application of the revised Australian Rainfall and Runoff (ARR) in urban catchments. The workshop will provide an overview of ARR and its application in urban areas, and will include practical application via examples, open discussion and answers to questions. Importantly, this workshop is an opportunity for practitioners and ARR editors to discuss the objectives, the application and challenges of the new ARR Urban Book.

The workshop will be delivered by Peter Coombes, Steve Roso and Mark Babister, who have delivered a diverse range of projects based on water resources, including urban design, stormwater management and urban hydrology. These presenters have decades of experience delivering practical, on-ground solutions for stormwater management in the public and private realm.

 

 

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Dr Coombes has spent more than 30 years dedicated to the development of systems understanding of the urban, rural and natural water cycles with a view to finding optimum solutions for the sustainable use of ecosystem services, provision of infrastructure and urban planning.

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