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Hydrometry Workshop

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A partnership of the Caribbean Renewable Energy Development Programme (CREDP-GTZ), the GEF-IWCAM Project, the European Development Fund (EDF), SEBA Hydrometrie GmbH, and Egis BCEOM International.

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When May 18, 2009 10:00 AM to
May 20, 2009 06:00 PM
Where Kingstown, St. Vincent & the Grenadines
Contact Name
Contact Phone (758) - 452 - 2501
Attendees Invited participants from throughout the Region; decision-makers with authority over the establishment of hydrometric networks and technicians at the managerial level with sound understanding of technical processes.
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Workshop Objectives:

 - to inform re. the purpose of Hydrometric Networks
 - to give guidelines for the design of Hydrometric Networks
 - to inform re. the latest measuring technology
 - to exchange information amongst countries of the region.

  Workshop topics:

-           The Importance of Hydrometric Networks

-           Hydrometric Networks in a Political Context

-           Hydrometric Data - Who collects? Who benefits?

-           Examples of successful Hydrometric Networks -     Jamaica

-           Financing of Hydrometric Networks

-           Who is responsible for the Network?

-           Introduction in the Technique of Hydrometric Networks

-           Site Visits and Data Collection - Practical Experience

-           Evaluation, Storage and Making Available of Data

 

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