Integrated Water Cycle Management lead by Professor David Blackwood, Abertay University

The aim of the Integrated Water Cycle Management forum is to provide a network to facilitate and support high impact multidisciplinary research in water cycle management, linking natural science research, applied research in water quality and quantity management in rural and urban areas and research end users. The forum will arrange a workshop and then establish working groups to produce integrating work of high scientific quality which can facilitate SAGES community responses to future RCUK Global Challenges Research Fund calls or similar opportunities.

INTEGRATED WATER CYCLE MANAGEMENT FORUM – STEERING GROUP MEETING

The first Integrated Water Cycle Management steering group meeting led by Professor David Blackwood from Abertay University’s School of Science, Engineering and Technology, following a funding award from the Scottish Alliance for Geoscience, Environment and Society (SAGES) was held at Abertay University on 20 December 2016.

Please refer to the meeting report for further details.

INTEGRATED WATER CYCLE MANAGEMENT FORUM – WORKSHOP

An Integrated Water Cycle Management workshop led by Professor David Blackwood from Abertay University’s School of Science, Engineering and Technology, following a funding award from the Scottish Alliance for Geoscience, Environment and Society (SAGES) was held at Abertay University on 11 & 12 May 2017.

Please refer to the agenda for further details.