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  • 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...

  • Applied Hydrogeology Award – nomination deadline extended

    July update: deadline extended – happy to say we’ve received nominations; we’ve also received requests to allow a little more time. We have agreed to extend deadline by TWO WEEKS. New date: 15th July. +++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ We are pleased to call for nominations for the 2020 ‘Applied Hydrogeology Award’. The aim of... read more...

  • Postponed: 47th IAH Congress, Brazil

    With the Covid-19 pandemic continuing and caution needed across the world, the Organising Committee has been forced to make the difficult decision to reschedule the 47th IAH Congress. Our colleagues in Brazil are deeply disappointed that they will not be able just yet to welcome everyone to Sao Paulo, especially... read more...

  • Watch: online groundwater talks

    We are delighted to announce that our Colombia national chapter has recently coordinated a series of online groundwater talks. Our huge thanks go to Luis Camilo and the team of coordinators and contributors for organising this initiative. You can view many of the talks on their YouTube channel on the... read more...

  • Congress video – Gabriel Eckstein, Texas A&M University School of Law/IWRA

    We’ve uploaded a further video from last year’s congress in Malaga, namely Gabriel Eckstein presenting his keynote lecture “Regulating what we can’t see: International Law and Transboundary Aquifers”. We’d like to thank Gabriel Eckstein, the Texas A&M University School of Law and IWRA for granting permission for its use, as... read more...

  • Congress video – John Cherry, the Groundwater Project

    We’re happy to announce that we’ve uploaded the first of the videos taken at last year’s congress in Malaga, namely John Cherry explaining the Groundwater Project, and its goal to produce educational materials, online and free of charge. More videos will be following so watch this space. In the meantime... read more...

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