Complutense University of Madrid to host Carlson Natural Regrade Course

June 13th, 2018
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MAYSVILLE, Kentucky, U.S.A. (June 2018) — Nicholas Bugosh, Carlson GeoFluv technical director, will be lecturing an international course on Fluvial Geomorphic Design and Landscape Evolution Modeling, by qualified training, for current and future best practices in mine rehabilitation at the Complutense University of Madrid, Spain, in September 18 – 21, 2018.

The science of Geomorphology provides a framework for understanding and quantifying stability and changes in erosion and sedimentation, relating to solid and liquid wastes discharging onto land and into waterways from disturbed mine sites. The course is an introduction to some of the best available techniques, on a global scale, for Fluvial Geomorphic Design (GeoFluv – Natural Regrade) and LEM (Landscape Evaluation Models) for best practices in mine rehabilitation. Lecturers will discuss geomorphic mine rehabilitation and GPS machine guidance for geomorphic mine rehabilitation.

Nicholas will be joined by Gregory R. Hancock, associate professor at the University of Newcastle, Australia; José F. Martín, associate professor at the Complutense University of Madrid, Spain; Rod Eckels, a graduate in surveying of The University of New South Wales, Sydney, Australia; and assistant Nésto Hernando, Complutense University, Spain.

The entire course will be instructed in English and will be a total of 28 hours and is equivalent to a 2 credits course for UCM enrolled students. Field work, discussions, and networking are complimentary in the course. Registration is open and course size is limited to 40.

If you would like more information on the course or would like to register, click here.

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