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  • Time to renew…

    Many of you will have recently received the request to renew membership of IAH for 2021 from Sharon Warden. If you pay locally via your National Chapter you should receive a notice from your country’s contact in due course. We have kept the subscription fee unchanged again for 2021 –... read more...

  • In memoriam – Dr. Devinder Kumar Chadha

    It is with profound sadness that we received the news of the sudden passing of Dr. Devinder Kumar Chadha. On behalf of all of the International Association of Hydrogeologists, we wish to express our condolences to his family, friends, colleagues, and to all members of the IAH Indian National Chapter... read more...

  • News and Information magazine

    Our December newsletter is now online, featuring updates on international engagement, a message from our new president, chapter, network and commission news, as well as the usual mix of groundwater resources and IAH reports and calls. We are happy to consider possible news articles from our members and others in... read more...

  • In memoriam – Alan Rendell

    We are sad to report the passing of British hydrogeologist Alan Rendell, who died in Cambridge on 6th November. After graduating in Geology from Birmingham University in 1960, Alan embarked on a long career with international consultants Hunting Technical Services and Mott MacDonald. He undertook groundwater development projects in many... read more...

  • Gender and groundwater – where are we?

    IAH’s Socio-Hydrogeology Network is seeking to find out the status of gender sensitivity in the groundwater sector, with the aim of shedding more light on this important topic in order to promote more equality and inclusion. The network has devised an online survey the feedback from which help both the... read more...

  • Win a copy of “Regulating for Water Quality – How to Safeguard the Water Environment” from The Foundation for Water Research

    We have a print edition of “Regulating for Water Quality – How to Safeguard the Water Environment” from The Foundation for Water Research available in a prize draw. You do not have to be an IAH member to enter. We’re sure many of you will be aware that it is... read more...

  • IAH Groundwater Quality Commission

    Groundwater quality is a critical aspect of water resources. High quality groundwater provides safe drinking water for millions of users. However, without sustainable management, governance and protection, groundwater quality can rapidly deteriorate due to human activities. Inadequate management of groundwater can expose humans to hazardous natural and anthropogenic substances. Combined... read more...

  • 2020 IAH Council elections – voting now open!

    Voting is now open for the IAH Council Election and all IAH members who have paid their subscriptions are entitled to vote. We have engaged the company Mi-Voice to conduct the voting process for us. All data is being managed in a secure format. IAH is run by a Council... read more...

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