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 2018 Midterm Workshop

Water Without Borders: Breaking Down Barriers to Achieve a More Integrated Approach to Watershed Management

January 26, 2018 

Winnipeg, MB

 
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National 2018 Conference

Our Common Water Future: Building Resilience through Innovation

May 28 - June 1, 2018
Victoria, BC
 

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International Conference and 69th International Executive Council

Meeting of the International Commission on Irrigation and Drainage

August 12-17, 2018

Saskatoon, SK
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Alberta Branch Conference

Mine the data, Mind the Resource

March 25 - 27, 2018
Red Deer, Alberta
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CSHS Modelling Shortcourse

Principles of Hydrologic Modelling UW Graduate Course

and Professional Short Course 

June 4 - 8, 2018
University of Waterloo

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Saskatchewan 2017/2018 Webinar Series

All webinars start at 12:00 noon Central time

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Date  Topic Presenter
Tuesday, Feb 13, 2018  Moose Jaw River Watershed Stewards  Janine Heinrich, Moose Jaw River Watershed Stewards
Tuesday, March 13, 2018  Balancing Act: Multipurpose Water Management and Species at Risk  Corie White, Water Security Agency
Tuesday, April 10, 2018 International Water Experiences: Future Considerations for Shaping Canadian Water Management Russel Boals, Consultant
Tuesday, May 18, 2018 Smith Project Naturalization/Decommissioning  Brad Uhrich, Ducks Unlimited Canada
Tuesday, June 12, 2018 NASA SWOT Mission Al Pietroniro, ECCC & University of Saskatchewan

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Putting Prediction in Ungauged Basins into Practice

 Putting Prediction in Ungauged Basins into Practice J.W. Pomeroy, C. Spence, and P.H. Whitfield (Complete Book) 

 

Table of Contents

 

 

Preface

 

1

Putting Prediction in Ungauged Basins into Practice J.W. Pomeroy, C. Spence, and P.H. Whitfield

1-12

2

How to Maximize the Predictive Value of Available Data in Ungauged Basins? – Chinese Lesson S. Liu, X. Mo, C. Liu, J. Xia, and W. Zhao

13-22

3

Maximizing the Predictive Value of Information from Different Sources: An Amazon Case Study R.T. Clarke and D.C. Buarque

23-40

4

Predicting in Ungauged Basins using Physical Principles obtained using the Deductive, Inductive, and Abductive Reasoning Approach J.W. Pomeroy, X. Fang, K. Shook, and P.H. Whitfield

41-62

5

Flood Risk Assessment in a Poorly Gauged Basin A. Gelfan

63-88

6

Choosing and Assimilating Forcing Data for Hydrological Prediction D.C. Garen

89-100

7

How to use new information technologies for prediction: Ensemble flow forecasting, verification, and post-processing M. Renner and M. Werner

101-116

8

Prediction in Ungauged Basins – The Challenge of Catchment Non-Stationarity H. Wheater, N. McIntyre, N. Bulygina, C. Fraser, and B. Jackson

117-140

9

Regionalizing Hydrological Response under a Changing Climate D.A. Post

141-152

10

How to combine inductive and deductive approaches to prediction? P.F. Dornes

153-174

11

PUB in Practice at the National Scale: The Case of South Africa D.A. Hughes

175-184

12

Estimating Mean Monthly Streamflow in the Lugenda River, Northern Mozambique M. Minihane

185-196

13

Creating a Runoff Record for an Ungauged Basin: Peyto Glacier, 2002-2007 D.S. Munro

197-204

14

Parameterization of a Physical Hydrological Model for a Mountain Region in Alberta S.W. Kienzle

205-212

15

Regionalization of Rainfall-Streamflow Models for Estimating Flows in Ungauged Basins: Towards Reducing Uncertainty I.G. Littlewood

213-220

16

Prediction of Near Real Time Natural Flows in Gauged and Ungauged Watersheds of South Saskatchewan River Basin – What are our options? A. Gupta, W. Herrera, G.N. Wijesekara, C. Valeo, D.J. Marceau, and N.Moreno

221-230

17

Towards Improved Hydrologic Model Predictions in Ungauged Snow-Dominated Watersheds Utilizing a Multi-Criteria Approach and SNODAS Estimates of SWE D.P. Boyle, C. Barth, and S. Bassett

231-242

18

Using Satellite Imagery and the Distributed Isnobal Energy Balance Model to Derive SWE Heterogeneity in Mountainous Basins A. Kahl, A. Winstral, D. Marks, and J. Dozier

243-254

19   

Using the Wetland DEM Ponding Model as a Diagnostic Tool for Prairie Flood Hazard Assessment R. Armstrong, C. Kayter, K. Shook, and H. Hill

255-270
                

20

Summary and Synthesis of Workshop Break out Group Discussions P.H. Whitfield, R.D. Moore, and K. Shook

271

21

Synthesis of Major Findings at Pub 2011 and Recommendations for Future Directions D. Hughes, C. Spence, and R. Woods

 305

22

References

315

Career Opportunities

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Director of Hydrology & Groundwater Services - Water Security Agency - Closes January 31, 2018

Water Security Agency (WSA) is seeking a motivated and enthusiastic leader for our Hydrology & Groundwater Services group. This group is vital in helping WSA achieve its vision to support economic growth, quality of life and environmental well-being for the people of Saskatchewan. An opportunity exists at this time and with this role to create the vision and methods for water forecasting in Saskatchewan that will persist into the future. The position encompasses a large scope of  responsibilities including overseeing the operation and maintenance of WSA’s hydrometric network and database, forecasting stream flows and river and lake stages,
operation planning for major reservoirs and provincial water systems, operation and maintenance of the provincial observation well network, development of aquifer management plans, providing recommendations on the issuance of allocations and associated conditions, and provision of professional engineering and geoscience services in the areas of hydrology, watershed modelling, hydraulics, and hydrogeology.

To learn more about the work we do and this position, visit www.wsask.ca.


Technologist, Hydrometric Operations - Water Security Agency - Closes January 26, 2018

Water Security Agency (WSA) is currently seeking 3 Technologists in our Hydrometric Operations group.  Our technologists’ measure and record critical information about lake levels and stream flows from 283 stations throughout Saskatchewan. This information helps the Province forecast and respond to floods and drought, and is used in all scales of infrastructure projects, from deciding the size of culverts required in a road, to major bridge and dam construction. Citizens also use lake level and stream flow information regularly – it’s the most visited section of our website. If you like to work carefully with data, to see Saskatchewan, and to spend time outdoors, this job could be a great fit for you. We offer rewarding career opportunities, competitive salaries and a comprehensive benefits package.

To learn more about the work we do and a full scope of duties for this position, visit www.wsask.ca.

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