Jan 30, 2020- Saint John NB: NRCan Flood Mapping Workshop
This event is sold out. Thank you for your interest. We will be posting presentations with permission after the event in our Member Resources area.
In consultation with provincial and territorial partners and key stakeholders, the federal government has developed new documents in the Federal Flood Mapping Guidelines Series. These are a series of evergreen guidelines that will help advance flood mapping activities across Canada. The purpose of this workshop is to provide an introduction and overview of the Federal Flood Mapping Guidelines Series documents and recent related activities. This workshop will focus on developments in flood mapping activities and research in Atlantic Canada, including considerations of climate change and stakeholder engagement.
The intent of the workshop is to support engagement and facilitate knowledge sharing between researchers, practitioners, and policy decision-makers in the region for flood delineation and mapping.
Breakfast, lunch, and coffee will be served. This event is hosted free of charge.
- Michelle Poirier, NRCan
- Dr. Ian Church, UNB
- Dr. Shabnam Jabari, UNB
- Lindsay Wilcott, CBCL
- Tim Webster, COGS- NSCC
A detailed agenda will be posted soon.
The Maritime branch of CWRA, sponsored by Natural Resources Canada, will be hosting this Flood Mapping workshop in Saint John, NB, on January 30, in advance of the “Beyond the Banks” workshop January 31, and the CWRA mid-term meeting February 1. Please consider registering for this event in conjunction with the Beyond the Banks Workshop on January 31st.
If you need to make hotel reservations, a special rate is available for the nights of January 29 and January 30th until January 10th.