NEMS Rating Curves Workshop

Christchurch 26th-28th July 2017


The National Environmental Monitoring Standard for Rating Curves was released in February 2016.  The document details methods for constructing stage-discharge and velocity-index rating curves in New Zealand and can be found here www.nems.org.nz/documents/rating-curves/ 

Workshop Programme:

The main workshop will be on 27th and 28th July.  Click HERE for further details. 

Who should attend?

If your organisation constructs stage-discharge and/or velocity-index rating curves in New Zealand, we recommend at least one person from your organisation attends. 


Registration is now open.  REGISTER HERE Space will be limited to 50 people, with an initial allocaton of two persons per organisation.  This will then be opened to allow further people to register, with additional spaces allocated across organisations on a first in queue basis.  Please coordinate your registrations within your organisation to ensure that initially only two people register.  After 23rd June, further registrations from your organisation can be made, until the quote of 50 participants is reached.  
will be open wider.




General information

Apart from at the Annual Symposium, the NZHS generally runs 2 workshops a year, often in association with other groups or organisations. Workshops are a great way of sharing knowledge and discussing current hydrological issues outside the NZHS annual symposium. Topics have included coastal aquifer management, hydrology and wetlands, hydrological archives, etc.

NZHS workshops are organised when members identify a need for a forum. The need could include general dissemination of information, the discussion of topical issues and/or the need to find solutions to hydrology-related problems. Financial support is available (subject to Executive approval) to NZHS members who require assistance to develop and/or run a workshop.

If you wish to suggest a topic, run a workshop, or need more information, please contact:
Society administration.

+64 6 357 1605

New Zealand Hydrological Society,
PO Box 12300, Thorndon,
Wellington 6144

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