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The San Francisco Bay Community Model Webinar - 2024

We are excited to announce a collaborative webinar hosted by the USGS and Alameda County Flood Control District. This event will highlight research and practical experiences related to the San Francisco Bay Community Model.

Webinar Details:

  • Date: September 11 (Wednesday) 2024

  • Time: 09:00 - 12:00 PT  or 12:00 - 15:00 ET

  • Duration: 20-minute presentations followed by a brief Q&A session

  • Target Audience: Academics, regulatory agencies (such as BCDC), design entities (like the Corps of Engineers, CA DWR), flood control agencies, and local government officials


Tentative Agenda:

  • Moderator: Lauren Schambach, Deltares USA

  • Introduction to the Community Model: Kees Nederhoff, Deltares USA

  • A Collaborative Journey with CoSMoS and the Community Model:: Li Erikson, USGS

  • Hindcasting of Extremes for Flood Control Purposes: Rohin Saleh, Aquaflows (formerly at Alameda County Flood Control District)

  • Predicting Extremes: Water Level Forecasting in the Bay with AQPI: Liv Herdman, USGS

  • Hybrid statistical-dynamical modeling approach: Zhenqiang Wang, Oregon State University

  • Sediment Transport and Morphology in the Bay: Mick van der Wegen, Deltares Netherlands

  • From the Bay to Delta: Stefan Talke, Cal Poly

Get Involved:
We invite you to join us for this informative session. Your participation and feedback are crucial to the success of this webinar. Please register here to express your interest and provide your availability. We look forward to your participation and valuable insights.

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