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  • Call for nominations for our Applied Hydrogeology Award

    Professor Richard Carter was the worthy first recipient of the “Applied Hydrogeology Award”; proposed as one of the activities to recognise IAH’S 60th anniversary. We are happy to announce a call for nominations for the 2017 award, which will be presented at the 44th Congress in Dubrovnik. The same criteria... read more...

  • Hydrogeology and Human Health – Hydrogeology Journal Special Issue

    Hydrogeology Journal’s special issue ‘Hydrogeology and Human Health’ (June 2017) has been borne of the pressures pertaining to global groundwater resources, some longstanding, others more recently acknowledged. Among them, climate change, exponential population growth and associated rates of urbanisation, increasing food production and waste management requirements, and inconsistent regulation perhaps... read more...

  • “Change the World”: Hydrogeology Journal article on Groundwater Governance and the Global Framework for Action

    The Springer Nature campaign “Change the World, One Article at a Time” highlights articles that seek to address the world’s most pressing challenges. The article chosen for our Hydrogeology Journal, from all those published in 2016, is “Groundwater Governance: key challenges in applying the Global Framework for Action” by Stephen... read more...

  • Your opinion counts – IAH survey 2017

    We are currently undertaking a survey to seek opinions, feedback and ideas for new benefits and services IAH might provide to its members and supporters. The survey will be open until the end of August 2017. We are seeking representation from far and wide, so please do pass the message... read more...

  • IAH mentoring scheme – update

    As you may be aware, last year IAH made calls for our “mentoring scheme” for both potential scheme mentors and mentees. Having undertaken a considered review of the applications received, the Secretariat has identified a number of potential “matches” and has contacted the relevant individuals in this respect. We also... read more...

  • Beware of scam emails

    We have received a number of reports of attempts to defraud members of IAH by scam email. These include apparent requests from an IAH colleague for financial assistance based on a supposed emergency situation far from home. Unfortunately, these activities can take advantage of the global goodwill of IAH in... read more...

  • Picture our IAH

    It’s back! Win £100* with our returning photo competition IAH continually needs to add to its library of photos and over the years has come to realise that the best way of picturing the Association at work is by asking its members. Our Association has to reach out world-wide, to... read more...

  • 44th IAH Congress: update

    We are happy to report that preparations are going well for the 44th IAH Congress, to be held in Dubrovnik, Croatia from 25 to 29 September.  IAH Secretary General Bruce Misstear made a liaison visit on behalf of Council at the beginning of April to meet and support the organizing... read more...

  • New Executive Manager

    As many members will know, John Chilton is retiring as Executive Manager of IAH after nine years in this role. With his energy, ability and integrity, John has made an enormous contribution to the Association over this period. I would like to take this opportunity personally to thank John for... read more...

  • IAH signs cooperation agreement with IAPG

    On 5th April 2017 IAH signed an agreement for cooperation with IAPG, the International Association for Promoting Geoethics. IAPG is a multidisciplinary, scientific association for widening discussion and creating awareness about problems of Ethics applied to the Geosciences, with a worldwide membership network of geoscientists in more than 100 countries... read more...

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