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T & PD Support Sub-Committee Sue Seawalt, Coordinator

(a part of the NHWC Executive Program Committee)


To develop and provide training and professional development opportunities for the hydrologic warning community.


A sub-committee has been formed to begin development of training workshops and a professional development program for NHWC.  Contact Sue Seawalt for more information.

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NHWC Texas Hydrologic 
Best Practices
Training Workshop

October 19-20, 2011
Fort Worth, TX



2011 NHWC Texas Training Workshop Announcement

2011 NHWC Texas Training Workshop Agenda


NHWC Member?  Use this button:  NHWC MEMBER
(Before October 1st is $150; after is $175)

Not a NHWC Member?  Register here:  NON-MEMBER
(Before October 1st is $175; after is $200)

Only attending a single day?  Use this button:  SINGLE DAY
(For NHWC Members:  Before October 1st is $75; after is $100)
(For non-members:  Before October 1st is $100; after is $125)

A two-day seminar/workshop sponsored by the National Hydrologic Warning Council and the Tarrant Regional Water District. Designed for:

Owners and operators of high hazard dams and levees
River authorities
Emergency managers
Floodplain managers
Flood control districts
Public works officials
Drainage and flood control engineers
Owners and operators of existing flood warning systems





Eastern Region Flash Flood Conference-hosted by NOAA NWS and Susquehanna Flood Forecast & Warning System, June 2-4, 2010 in Wllkes-Barre, Pennsylvania.

Hydrologic Warning Systems Informational Workshop--hosted by NHWC, NOAA NWS, and La Crosse County Emergency Management.  November 5, 2009, LaCrosse, Wisconsin.

Texas Flood & Dam Safety Monitoring Best Practices Workshop--hosted by NHWC, Southwestern Association of ALERT Systems, the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality, and the Lower Colorado River Authority, November 18-19, 2009, Austin, Texas.


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