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Working meeting and IMS workshop 23-27 February 2015

IMS2UNESCO-IHP and IGRAC organized a workshop on the assessment of the Kazakhstan segment of the Pretashkent aquifer followed by a training course on groundwater monitoring for a selected group of groundwater professionals from Kazakhstan. This course was held from the 23-27 of February 2015.

The workshop mainly focused on 1) the evaluation of the current status of the in-depth assessment of the Pretashkent Aquifer, 2) the introduction of the new GGRETA Information Management System (IMS) and 3) the next steps within the GGRETA project. A special set of Information Management System Exercises were designed to train the participants to get accustomed to the system. During the IMS session, participants also provided their feedback and recommendations for future developments for the IMS.


The purpose of the 'Advanced Groundwater Monitoring and Analysis' training course was to train the professionals from Kazakhstan on groundwater monitoring, data processing, and the GGRETA information management system. IGRAC's partners UNESCO-IHE, Royal Eijkelkamp, TNO and Deltares had a valuable contribution to the content of this training course.

UNESCO-IHP and IGRAC organized a workshop on the assessment of the Kazakhstan segment of the Pretashkent aquifer followed by a training course on groundwater monitoring for a selected group of groundwater professionals from Kazakhstan. This course was held from the 23-27 of February 2015.

 

The workshop mainly focused on 1) the evaluation of the current status of the in-depth assessment of the Pretashkent Aquifer, 2) the introduction of the new GGRETA Information Management System (IMS) and 3) the next steps within the GGRETA project. A special set of Information Management System Exercises were designed to train the participants to get accustomed to the system. During the IMS session, participants also provided their feedback and recommendations for future developments for the IMS. 
The purpose of the 'Advanced Groundwater Monitoring and Analysis' training course was to train the professionals from Kazakhstan on groundwater monitoring, data processing, and the GGRETA information management system. IGRAC's partners UNESCO-IHE, Royal Eijkelkamp, TNO and Deltares had a valuable contribution to the content of this training course.