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Modeling Agricultural Watersheds Using ArcAPEX course April 18-20 in Temple

Modeling Agricultural Watersheds Using ArcAPEX course April 18-20 in Temple

The Texas A&M AgriLife Research Blackland Research and Extension Center in Temple is hosting a Modeling Agricultural Watersheds Using ArcAPEX course April 18-20 in Temple for interested professionals.

The course will offer the fundamental principles of the APEX model with hands-on exercises for use in simulating whole farm/small watershed management. The objective of the workshop is to introduce new users to the model, review necessary and optional inputs, and familiarize users with the ArcAPEX and general procedures of model development, implementation and evaluation, according to the center’s website.

Participants may register here. Regular registration is $1,000; registration for students is $500 and $200 for U.S. Department of Agriculture employees. Registration and payment is due by April 11. Participants are encouraged to use their own laptop computers in the classroom.

Contact Dr. Jaehak Jeong at jjeong@brc.tamus.edu or 254.774.6118 for any additional questions.

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