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  • Watch: Matthew Rodell presenting “Climate Change Effects on Groundwater – Expectations and Observations”

    We’ve uploaded a further video from last year’s congress in Malaga, namely Matthew Rodell presenting his keynote lecture “Climate Change Effects on Groundwater: Expectations and Observations”. We’d like to thank Matthew Rodell and the Hydrological Sciences Laboratory of NASA Goddard Space Flight Centre, as well as the Malaga congress organising... read more...

  • Register for IAH’s 2020 Online Annual General Meeting (AGM/General Assembly)

    Notice is given that the 2020 Annual General Meeting of the International Association of Hydrogeologists will be held online at 1400 BST on 23rd September 2020. All members of the Association who have fully paid their subscriptions for the current year are entitled to attend the proceedings. The AGM agenda... 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...

  • IAH Mentoring Scheme – registration open

    Registration to IAH’s mentoring scheme is now open! In 2012 IAH took first steps to establish a mentoring scheme, undertaking an initial trial and producing guidance notes etc. under the advice of a mentoring/career development expert. Since then we have made a number of further calls for participation; we are... read more...

  • News and Information magazine

    Our August newsletter is now online, featuring groundwater and geoethics reports, chapter, network and commission updates, some reflections from the outgoing IAH President and Secretary General, as well as the usual mix of groundwater resources and IAH calls. We are happy to consider possible news articles from our members and others... read more...

  • Free in HJ – Groundwater vulnerability on the South Rim, Grand Canyon (USA)

    Three articles in Hydrogeology Journal (August 2020) describe the assessment of groundwater vulnerability on the South Rim, Grand Canyon (USA), amid concerns over reduced groundwater quality and availability.  Stable isotopes, dissolved noble gases, age tracers and geochemistry were used to support a new conceptual model of groundwater flow on the... read more...

  • Watch: Helen Fallas “Developing a prescient awareness of groundwater in city planning policy”

    We’re happy to announce that we’ve uploaded another video taken at last year’s congress in Malaga, namely Helen Fallas delivering her keynote lecture entitled “Developing a prescient awareness of groundwater in city planning policy”. Helen is director of IAH’s Urban Groundwater Network. More videos will be following so watch this... read more...

  • Another rise for Hydrogeology Journal Impact Factor

    We have been informed by Springer Nature of the latest Impact Factor (for 2019) for our Hydrogeology Journal. It rose to the highest level ever for HJ, 2.641. Well done to all those involved in contributing to this ongoing success story – the editors, authors, readers – and of course... read more...

  • Website and contact launch for our Socio-Hydrogeology Network

    Our Socio-Hydrogeology Network is proud to announce its new website, https://sociohydrogeo.iah.org/. On the website you will find information about the committee, the background and goals of the network as well as a number of resources. Over time more will of course feature. You can also find the network on twitter... 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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