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Dick Fenner at EPSRC Twenty65 Conference Manchester

last modified Apr 10, 2017 11:28 AM
Dr Dick Fenner attended the EPSRC Twenty65 Conference in Manchester at the beginning of April and presented a paper on the spatial evaluation of multiple benefits from Sustainable Drainage Systems and Green Infrastructure flood management interventions.

The Conference was attended by a mix of water industry professionals and academics and covered a range of topics which looked ahead to how water management and water service delivery might be configured in 2065.

Photo Credit: Emily O'Donnell, University of Nottingham

Richard Fenner presenting the multiple benefits GIS Toolbox and Newcastle case studies at the Twenty65 conference, April 2017

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