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  • Brian Morris, 1947 – 2019

    We are saddened to report the death from cancer of Brian Morris in July.  Having started out on a career in the banking industry, Brian quickly decided on a complete change of direction and re-trained as a geologist and then undertook the Master’s course in Hydrogeology at University College, London.... read more...

  • Beware of scam emails

    We have again received reports of attempts to defraud members of IAH by scam email. Such attempts can 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...

  • Why are groundwater systems and aquifer storage of major importance for climate-change adaptation?

    Climate change is predicted to have a major impact on water resources, with more frequent surface-water droughts and intense rainfall events, and adaptation to avoid future water-supply crises will require better use of water storage. With this in mind, we have released a new paper in our Stategic Overview Series... read more...

  • August News and Information magazine

    The August edition of “News and Information” is now available to download. It features the usual mix of reports, congress and event updates etc. as well as our latest initiatives and calls to action. Find out more IAH August News and Information magazine Copy and advertising information read more...

  • Groundwater’s Contribution to Water Security in Africa

    The latest UPGro Working Paper is now out and ready for download. Edited by Dr Kirsty Upton and Dr Kerstin Danert, this paper has been prepared by researchers within the UPGro (Unlocking the Potential of Groundwater for the Poor) Programme, along with colleagues from the International Association of Hydrogeologists, Africa... read more...

  • Feature writing competition

    If you were an IAH Council Member, what groundwater/hydrogeology related issues would you most like to raise with colleagues, either within IAH or beyond? We really want to know! We are inviting IAH members around the world to send an article of up to 500 words, the best of which... read more...

  • Your opinion counts – 2019 IAH survey

    We are currently undertaking a survey to seek opinions about how we’re doing and ideas for new benefits and services IAH might provide to its members and supporters. Can you spare a few minutes to give your feedback and suggestions? The survey will be open until the end of August... read more...

  • Investigating Groundwater, new in IAH’s book series

    We are delighted to announce a new book title Investigating Groundwater by Ian Acworth, Emeritus Professor at University of New South Wales. It is the latest in IAH’s International Contributions to Hydrogeology (ICH/blue book) series. Investigating Groundwater provides an integrated approach to the challenges associated with locating groundwater. It provides... read more...

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