Announcing EPA’s Fifth Water Quality Modeling Webinar: “Modeling Nutrients: Nutrient Cycles, Potential Impacts on Water Quality, and Developing Nutrient Endpoints”
EPA’s Water Quality Modeling Workgroup announces it’s fifth webinar on water quality modeling. All webinars will be focused on helping water quality professionals better understand modeling and how models can be used to solve the problems facing water quality regulators.
This fifth webinar, titled “Modeling Nutrients: Nutrient Cycles, Potential Impacts on Water Quality, and Developing Nutrient Endpoints”, is scheduled for Thursday September 3 at 1pm Eastern. This webinar will present information related to nutrient modeling and will include topics such as nutrient cycling, common nutrient related problems (e.g, eutrophication, low D.O., fish kills, and algae blooms), and critical parameters and driving processes. Speakers will also discuss developing nutrient-sensitive endpoints for nutrient modeling.
Registration is required and is now available at:
The attached flyer provides additional details.
Information on the first four webinars is available here:
U.S. Environmental Protection Agency