A new teaching session in hydrological and hydraulic modelling with the RS MINERVE software has taken place the 4th of April 2016 at the University of Zurich (UZH). In the context of the Glaciares+ project, 9 members of the Geography Department of the UZH and Meteodat attended this course.
The objective of the course was to train participants in hydrological and hydraulic modelling and show the new features that RS MINERVE offers. The knowledge acquired was tested through the application of several practical cases. At the end of the course, the students were able to run RS MINERVE tools in their respective research works or other professional activities.
The teaching session has been conducted in Spanish and English by the specialists Javier García Hernández and Javier Fluixá Sanmartín from the CREALP.