The following is a selection of resources and links for professionals and students working in hydrogeology and groundwater related fields.
We have sought to provide information and links to material of wide interest to our members and supporters. However, the IAH does not accept any liability for the accuracy or completeness of the information, nor does the IAH provide any warranties in respect of how that information is applied.
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General interest/teaching others
https://iah.org/education/general-public/groundwater-links-videos – IAH’s compilation of general interest educational videos, links and materials regarding groundwater, water supply and the work of hydrogeologists, suitable to use to teach others
“50 Free Online Geology Courses” includes a number related to hydrogeology
“Tips for writing a knock-out paper” – Early Career/HJ session presentation notes
“Tips for Career Development” – IAH’s ECHN gives advice and helps connect those early in their careers
Sources of Experience interviews have many useful comments and tips
Groundwater/Hydrogeology topics and resources
Watch and Listen – IAH’s selection of interviews, presentations and other recorded material
IAH’s Strategic Overview Series (IAH-SOS), informative papers summarising key topics relating to groundwater resources and hydrogeological science, including ecosystems, energy, food security, global change, human health, resilient cities and the UN-SDGs
Karst water resources – see IAH’s Karst Commission site, which provides explanations and a variety of resources and links
Managed Aquifer Recharge (MAR) – see IAH’s MAR Commission site, which contains a great deal of information and resources
Regional Groundwater Flow – see IAH’s RGF Commission site, which provides theoretical background, resources and links
Coastal Aquifers and Coastal Zone Management – IAH’s CAD-CZM Network is in the process of gathering data
Urban Groundwater Supply – IAH’s UGN is compiling information and resources, and collaborating to gather data
The Groundwater Project – online platform for groundwater knowledge features online books etc.
National Centre for Groundwater Research and Training (Australia; NCGRT) has resources and videos, including Groundwater Quality: An Ecotoxicology Perspective presented by Dr Jennifer Stauber
Learn how to solve water problems with Dr H20, Tom Gleeson’s alter ego – YouTube channel which includes groundwater-specific videos
Africa – groundwater literature, mapping and more – see IAH’s BGID Network site, which has links and resources
More on Africa – see UPGro project – Unlocking the Potential of Groundwater for the Poor Programme (2013-2020) – video, reports etc.
GRIPP/Groundwater Solutions for Policy and Practice – IAH is one of the project partners
Global Groundwater Information System (GGIS), hosted by IGRAC, the Global Groundwater Information System (GGIS) is an interactive, web-based portal to groundwater-related information and knowledge
NASA GRACE satellite – groundwater storage mapping
World-wide Hydrogeological Mapping and Assessment Programme (WHYMAP) – IAH is one of the consortium partners
Kindra Project – H2020 EU project inventory for hydrogeology research
Movement and Storage of Water in Soils – interactive model from The Science of Agriculture
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Some longer reading…
Book series – out of print material (free downloads)
Hydrogeology Journal (HJ) – IAH’s premier journal for groundwater professionals
See IAH’s news page
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…and last but not least, many of our National Chapters provide resources and links to useful material, pertinent to their regional geology and conditions.