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Paid Webinar - Automated Runoff Catchment Delineation Using arcGIS Techniques - Tuesday, March 31 (11:00am)

Gone are the days of a tedious manual process being required to properly assign rainfall runoff catchments to street inlet or manhole structures.

During the recent RAND Negley Run project in Pittsburgh, an advanced computer simulation assigned 1,936 rainfall catchments to the same number of input inlets over an area of 2,872 acres in about 10 minutes. And now you, too, can utilize this prototypical ArcGIS tool that provides simplified yet faster and more accurate access to the runoff catchment delineation process!

Join Forester University for this live, educational webinar next Tuesday, March 31, at 11 a.m. PDT / 2 p.m. EDT. Speaker Prasanna Dahal, Water Engineer at Arcadis, will discuss the limitations of currently industry-standard tools—including both manual and existing automated approaches—and offer this new tool as a viable solution.

This course will cover the Negley Run use case as well as introduce approaches taken to improve digital elevation models (DEMs) and current terrain delineation.

Sign up now, and complete this course to earn a 1 PDH / 0.1 CEU certificate