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  • Interested in Karst water resources?

    IAH’s Commission on Karst Hydrogeology has relaunched its website, which includes information regarding all its forthcoming activities as well as recent outputs and resources. As with all our various groups, the commission has many activities already lined up for 2018, with conference sessions and focused workshops planned in EGU2018 Vienna,... read more...

  • Punjab groundwater most contaminated

    While making up less than 2 per cent of India’s landmass, Punjab accounts for 88 per cent of the total habitations in the country that are adversely affected with the presence of heavy metals in groundwater. Find out more http://www.tribuneindia.com/news/punjab/state-groundwater-most-contaminated/539909.html read more...

  • Groundwater Storage Improves the UAE’s Water Resilience: Could it be a Model for the Middle East?

    To minimise the vulnerabilities in its water supply network, Abu Dhabi, the largest of the UAE’s seven emirates, recently completed the construction of an artificial groundwater recharge system under the Liwa Desert. Find out more http://www.futuredirections.org.au/publication/groundwater-storage-improves-uaes-water-resilience-model-middle-east/ read more...

  • Bottled-water Advertising Campaigns that Target a Deep Psychological Vulnerability

    A fear of dying plays a role in people buying bottled water, even though they know it may not be good for them or the planet, a study from the University of Waterloo has found. Find out more https://thewaternetwork.com/article-FfV/how-most-bottled-water-advertising-campaigns-target-a-deep-psychological-vulnerability-2p4H_kCnzfNLKILMUX-CBA read more...

  • Your Opinion Counts: IAH Strategic Overview Series Survey

    We are currently undertaking a survey to seek opinions, feedback and ideas regarding our Strategic Overview Series, which are aimed to inform professionals in a variety of sectors of key interactions with groundwater resources and hydrogeological science. They are also intended to aid IAH members and supporters in their outreach... read more...

  • Government restricts groundwater use in parts of the Cape

    Government has imposed restrictions on the extraction of groundwater in parts of the drought-stricken Western Cape. Find out more https://www.timeslive.co.za/news/south-africa/2018-01-17-government-restricts-groundwater-use-in-parts-of-the-cape/ The BBC’s Mohammed Allie is one of millions of people trying to stave off Day Zero – the day the taps in the South African city of Cape Town will... read more...

  • Nitrate in groundwater calls for our attention

    Nitrate contamination is nothing new. What is new is research linking the water-soluble molecule to an array of health concerns. Find out more http://host.madison.com/ct/opinion/column/bill-berry-nitrate-in-groundwater-calls-for-our-attention/article_d4268e02-ecb0-5a14-9f73-fe3c79c2f3ec.html read more...

  • Interested in Groundwater in Urban Areas?

    IAH’s Urban Groundwater Network (IAH-UGN) has relaunched its website, which includes information regarding all its forthcoming activities as well as recent outputs and resources. The network has many activities already lined up for 2018, with conference sessions and some more focused workshops planned in Korea, Japan, Norway and UK. Abstracts... read more...

  • John Ezra Moore, 1931-2018

    We are very sad to announce the death of John Moore, following a short illness. John was a long time IAH member and former IAH President (1993-1996). He will be missed by IAH, particularly by those also with long term connections with our Association. John was born in Columbus, OH... read more...

  • KINDRA project final event

    As KINDRA reaches its end, having achieved important milestones in the project’s life, the Consortium proudly invites you to the Final Conference  on 27th February 2018 in the Académie Royale de Belgique, Brussels. The main aim of the event is to widely communicate the results of the project, the European... read more...

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