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NIWA training courses 2014-2015

The NIWA training courses that are scheduled to run between now and June 2015 have just been listed on the NIWA website: http://www.niwa.co.nz/education-and-training/training-courses.

Scheduled courses include:

Electric fishing for machine operators
Electric fishing for machine operators- refresher
Hydrological Statistics
Targeted riparian management
Identifying aquatic macrophytes
Identifying sedges and rushes
Statistical methods for water quality studies
Conservation planning
Adult caddisfly identification

Also, note that we can run many of these training courses on demand and in specified locations if there is sufficient interest.

To find out more information or express an interest in a course please see the website or contact Michelle Greenwood: training@niwa.co.nz

NIWA has wide-ranging expertise and can offer training across a wide range of subjects. Some examples of courses that NIWA have previously offered are listed below.

Hydrological modelling - lumped catchment models
The hydrology of ungauged catchments
Managing coastal hazards
Managing extreme weather and flooding
Identifying New Zealand’s native fish
Identifying wetland sedges and rushes
Identifying algae in rivers and lakes
Identifying aquatic macrophytes
Introduction to stream invertebrates
Identifying marine macroalgae
Instream habitat – survey and analysis
General environmental data logging
Electric fishing for machine operators
Electric fishing for machine operators- refresher
Targeted riparian management
Conservation planning
Farm hydrology and diffuse pollution attenuation tools
Hydrological statistics
Introduction to marine aquaculture
Statistical methods for water quality studies
Introduction to high intensity rainfall estimation in New Zealand

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