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URSULA researchers well represented at the ICUD conference Posted: 15/09/2008

Several URSULA researchers gave talks at the 11th ICUD conference in Edinburgh from the 31st of August to 5th of September. The ICUD (International Conference on Urban Drainage) is the place to pick up the latest advances, concepts, design and best practice across all technical, environmental, social and economic aspects of urban drainage).


Richard Ashley was the conference chairman and presented Active learning: Building the capacity to adapt urban drainage to climate change.


Louise Hurley presented Flexiframe: A flexible framework of decision support for more sustainable water and wastewater management and No Rainwater in sewers (NORIS): Assessing the relative sustainability of different retrofit solutions.


Liz Sharp presented User interactions in strategic research: The example of two UKIntegrated Urban Drainage Pilots’.


Tom Wild presented An innovative partnership response to managing urban river corridors – Sheffield’s River Stewardship Company. Click here for the presentation powerpoint.


Virginia Stovin presented Modelling temporal variations in sediment concentrations in highway runoff.


For the ICUD homepage click here