UBC – Okanagan University hosts Water Balance Model Training Workshop
In February 2006, the University of British Columbia Okanagan was the venue for a training workshop on the Water Balance Model for British Columbia, a web-based decision support and scenario modeling tool for rainwater source control evaluation. Organized by the Association of Professional Engineers and Geoscientists of BC (APEGBC) in collaboration with the Inter-Governmental Partnership, the workshop was initiated by the City of Kelowna to provide Southern Interior design professionals and others with hands-on training in a computer lab setting.
“UBC-Okanagan is pleased to have provided the venue for this application of sustainability-on-the-ground. This sponsorship opportunity was an outcome of a meeting with the Chair of the Inter-Governmental Partnership, at which time we realized that UBC-Okanagan and the IGP shared a common objective in advancing the state-of-the-art for water management in the Okanagan”, stated Bernard Bauer, Dean ot the Irving K. Barber School of Arts and Sciences.
For the complete story on the workshop program and what was accomplished, click on Design with Nature & Rainwater Management: APEGBC organizes and UBC-Okanagan hosts Water Balance Model Training Workshop.
Original story posted in February 2006