Current Webinar and Workshop Series

NASH is pleased to present a series of webinars and workshops on new research, technologies, and best practices related to water science and hydrometric data. Whether you’re interested in water for personal or professional reasons, there is something here for you!

Take a look at the schedule below and sign-up early, before space runs out!

Interested in presenting at a NASH webinar or workshop?

The NASH is always looking for speakers who are interested in sharing their work or ideas on stream hydrometry. Do you have some interesting insights into water research, policy or international best practices that you’d like to share? Send us your ideas by filling out the form below and we’ll follow-up.

2023 Webinar and Workshop Schedule

Webinar and Workshop Title Date
Introduction to Hydrometric Monitoring and Flow Regatta, Halifax, NS  June 18 & 22, 2023
Flow Regatta Training Event, Lethbridge, AB  July 12, 2023 
ADCP Training Event, Richmond, BC  October, 2023

2023 Hydrometric Monitoring Courses


Introduction to Hydrometric Monitoring and Flow Regatta, Halifax, NS

Date: June 18 & 22, 2023

Time: 09:00 AM – 16:30 PM

Place: Sackville River at Bedford, NS

Full event details and registration here:



Flow Regatta Training Event, Lethbridge, AB 

Date: July 12, 2023

Time: 10:00 AM – 16:00 PM

Place: Lethbridge College Research Farm, AB Location Details

Event details and registration here:



ADCP Training Event, Richmond, BC 

Date: October 4, 2023 from  14:00 – 18:30

Date: October 5, 2023 from 08:30 – 18:30

Place: Radisson Hotel,  8181 Cambie Road, Richmond, BC  – During the CWRA BC Branch Conference

Event details:

NASH is pleased to announce it will be hosting an ADCP training event alongside the BC CWRA Branch in Richmond, BC. This training event will take place over two days beginning at  2pm on Wednesday, October 4 and all day on Thursday, October 5, 2023. The event will take place at the Radisson Hotel at 8181 Cambie Road, Richmond, BC with lunch and refreshments provided on Day 2. A networking event will follow on Day 1 at the hotel restaurant and bar.   

Come train alongside industry experts on hydrometric techniques and instrumentation used in challenging ADCP flow conditions. This training event focuses on the best practices through a live ADCP demonstration on Day 1 on The Mighty Fraser River. Participants on Day 1 will have the opportunity to watch streamside (weather dependent) or through a Microsoft Team’s live feed at the hotel. Day 2 will allow participants the opportunity to develop their best practices through discussions and presentations by industry experts on the following topics:  

Initial Data Review – through standardized data collection platforms and Qrev.

Discussions and Presentations – on best practices around data interpretation for bottom tracking, bank and side lobe interference, water surface extrapolation, and velocity profile 

Best Practices – for measurements in challenging environments with surface extrusions 

Index Velocity – a presentation on the HADCP index velocity station on the Fraser River 

NASH training workshops provide an invaluable discussion forum for hydrometric data collection. Please bring weather appropriate clothing and high visibility vests if planning to attend the outdoor portion of the event on Day 1.