Tutorial PEST Courses
Download a comprehensive tutorial that shows you how to use PEST to undertake state-of-the-art model parameter and predictive uncertainty analysis. Two complete worked examples are provided, one involving a surface water model (HSPF) and the other involving a groundwater model (MODFLOW). Also provided is the background theory (explained in an easy-to-read manner) and suggestions on how modern methods of data processing and uncertainty analysis such as are provided by PEST can be used as critical components of the environmental decision-making process.
Topics covered include the following:
Many thanks to the South Florida Water Management District for making development of this tutorial possible.
Two to three professional PEST courses are normally held each year.
A five-day course will be held in Belgrade, Serbia starting on Monday 23rd September with heavy emphasis on practical aspects of PEST usage. This will be run by John Doherty with help from Dragan Kaludjerovic.
Beginning on the 6th October, a five day course will be held in Neuchatel, Switzerland. This course will be both practical and theoretical and will cover parameter estimation and uncertainty analysis. It will be run by John Doherty with help from Philip Brunner. Click here for more details and to register.
Starting October 21 a course will be held in Bethesda, Maryland. This will feature a two-day beginners course run by Matt Tonkin of SSPA and a two day advanced course run by John Doherty. Click here for further details and to register.
A three day PEST course will be held in Adelaide, Australia over the period 23-25 June, 2014.
Contact us for further details on any of these courses.
In-house training is also offered. This can be tailored to your needs. Contact us if you are interested.
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