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  • World Water Day – response and further resources…

    The theme for World Water Day 2018 was ‘Nature for Water’ and how we can reduce floods, droughts and water pollution by using the solutions we already find in nature nature-based solutions. All too often, damaged ecosystems affect the quantity and quality of water available for people and wildlife. Still... read more...

  • Hello from IAH Japan

    IAH Japan branch (IAH Japan) has launched its branch website. In addition to news gathered from the IAH headquarters and national branches, we are planning to inform you about the information from the Japanese branch. If you are interested in the activities of the Society and are interested please feel... read more...

  • こんにちは、IAH Japanから

    IAH日本支部(IAH Japan)では,支部のウェブサイトの運用を開始しました。IAH本部および各国支部から寄せられるニュース等の他,日本支部からの情報をお知らせする予定です。本会の活動のご興味,ご関心をお持ちの方は本部事務局もしくは日本支部までお気軽にお問い合わせ下さい。 もっと知る https://japan.iah.org/ miyakoshi-a@aist.go.jp read more...

  • Coal Plants Pose Groundwater Threat, New Data Shows

    Recent data suggests that landfilled wastes from coal-burning power plants may pose a widespread threat to groundwater. Find out more https://www.wateronline.com/doc/coal-plants-pose-groundwater-threat-new-data-shows-0001 read more...

  • IAH’s “Forward Look” Action Plan – Where are we now?

    At the beginning of this decade IAH embarked on a Forward Look planning initiative, which started with a survey of members’ views on how the association should develop, followed by a strategy meeting held in Reading, UK in 2010. This led to the Forward Look Action Plan that identified a... read more...

  • Inadequate state oil and gas regulations threaten groundwater resources, study finds

    Inconsistent or vague definitions of ‘protected groundwater’ in 17 state oil and gas regulations leave the nation’s water supply vulnerable to contamination from oil and gas development according to a recent study. Find out more https://www.eurekalert.org/pub_releases/2018-03/phe-iso030518.php read more...

  • HJ free access: Climate-change research by early-career hydrogeologists

    A collaboration between the Early Career Hydrogeologists’ Network of the International Association of Hydrogeologists (ECHN-IAH) and the UNESCO International Hydrological Programme’s (IHP) Groundwater Resources Assessment, under the Pressures of Humanity and Climate Changes (GRAPHIC) project, seeks to engage the future generation of water leaders in the debate over groundwater and... read more...

  • Malta to rely less on groundwater by upgrading reverse osmosis plants

    Malta’s Water Services Corporation (WSC) will be upgrading its reverse osmosis plants to increase energy efficiency and production capacity, allowing it to rely less on ground water extraction in the future. Find out more https://www.maltatoday.com.mt/news/national/84639/water_services_corporation_to_upgrade_reverse_osmosis_plants_rely_less_on_ground_water read more...

  • In Memory of Dr Borivoje (Boris) Mijatovic

    We are sadly announcing the death of distinguished hydrogeologist and karstologist Dr Borivoje (Boris) Mijatovic, longstanding IAH member and also member of the Karst Commission since its inception in 1970. Boris passed away on Thursday, 22 February 2018 in his home town Belgrade. He was professor in geology at the... read more...

  • Interested in Karst water resources?

    IAH’s Commission on Karst Hydrogeology has relaunched its website, which includes information regarding all its forthcoming activities as well as recent outputs and resources. As with all our various groups, the commission has many activities already lined up for 2018, with conference sessions and focused workshops planned in EGU2018 Vienna,... read more...

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