QGIS

QGIS essentials for groundwater: mapping and modelling (LC-24-3-104)


Description
How to add groundwater data, process and map with QGIS

Focusing on an Australian river catchment as a case study, you will learn how load and import data into a QGIS project, process and create layers from groundwater data and develop groundwater level maps from borehole data and DEM.

The course will consist of 3 live and interactive 2-hour sessions, across three consecutive weeks.

Don't miss the opportunity to have your questions answered live or via email from industry experts.

More details: https://awschool.com.au/training/qgis-for-groundwater-modelling
Content
  • pre-course preparation
  • Course Introduction
  • Software & Downloads
  • Pre-course materials
  • Pre-Course Survey
  • Part 1: Adding groundwater data to a QGIS project
  • U1 - Course Outline and Introduction
  • U2 - Gathering Data | Explore the data | Build a database
  • U3 - Join non-spatial data
  • U4 - Filter attributes
  • U5 - Create a heatmap
  • U6 - Define the Alluvial Aquifer
  • U7 - Surface Water Hydrology | Part 1 Wrap-up
  • Part 1 Resources
  • Part 1 Homework
  • Part 1 Survey
  • Part 2: Process groundwater data in QGIS
  • Part 2 Preparation
  • Session Two join link Tuesday 16th April 2024 - 3-5pm Sydney time
  • Part 2 Resources
  • Part 2 Homework
  • Part 2 Survey
  • Part 3: Create a groundwater level map for borehole data and a DEM
  • Session Three join link Tuesday 23rd April 2024 - 3-5pm Sydney time
  • Part 3 Resources
  • Post-Course
  • Final Feedback (to receive your certificate)
Completion rules
  • All units must be completed
  • Leads to a certificate with a duration: Forever