14th Annual Catchment Science Summer School
Enrollment is limited and is on a first come, first serve basis. While most students come from across Europe, we welcome in person participants from across the globe—for learning, networking and career development. The course is a 5-day short course intended for post-graduate students and post-docs interested in hands-on catchment science curriculum, focusing on northern catchments, runoff processes and combined hydrometric, isotope/chemical tracer and modeling techniques in catchment hydrology.
The class will be held in the Geography Department/building and Lapworth Museum.
Registration for the 2023 class is now open.
The registration fee covers the cost of the course, lunch on Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday. Dinner on Wednesday evening will also be provided, but students will need to provide/pack their own lunch for the Wednesday field trip.
Students are on their own for covering (paying for) food and lodging during the course.
Click Here to Register.
Many students often choose to stay at the Edgbaston Park Hotel on campus (Hotel Website). Less expensive accommodation can be found on AirB&B and other sites if interested.