LONDON RIVERS WEEK: Science for understanding London’s rivers: flooding, water quality and river life
May 29 @ 1:00 pm - 5:00 pmFree
- Take a jam jar, bring a sample of water in your local stream and we’ll help you identify the mini-beasts inside. Your effort will help our London-wide monitoring programme.
- Bring some water – from your stream, tap, water bottle. We will run it through our analytical kit with you and indicate what is in it.
- Learn about our FreeStation project which is making low cost, Internet of Things Sensors monitoring London’s rivers and streams. Look over the live data dashboard and have a go at building your own Arduino based sensors. We’ll even send you home with an Arduino of your own to play with!
- Learn about our work with hardware and software models for understanding flood risk to London and natural flood management schemes using leaky damn and Eurasian Beavers!
Booking is required! Please sign up via this link: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/london-rivers-week-science-for-understanding-londons-rivers-tickets-61562848136
The event runs on Wednesday 29th May, 1pm-5pm.
Location: King’s College London Department of Geography Environmental Laboratory on the Strand. Sign in at Main Entrance on the south side of Strand, ID required.