2015 Ineson and Darcy Lectures

A joint all-day meeting of the International Association of Hydrogeologists (IAH) and the Hydrogeological Group of the Geological Society, including both the 2015 Darcy and 2015 Ineson Lectures and supporting speakers. Keeping groundwater sustainable under multi-functional pressures Monday 5 October 2015 Geological Society, Burlington House, London   Darcy Lecture 2015 (National Ground Water Association) :…

Early Career Hydrogeologists’ Conference 2015 – Call for Abstracts

 8-9th July 2015, Newcastle University Hydrogeology may be underground but it’s not out of sight and a new generation hydrogeologists will be tackling a new set of problems including: fracking, nuclear waste storage, groundwater flooding, increasing demand on water resources, the impact of climate change, and new pollution risks. This two-day conference provides an opportunity…

Dick Downing Memorial Lecture rescheduled – 8th July 2015, GeolSoc, London

Groundwater: Our Hidden Asset. Recent developments in hydrogeology, built upon the legacy of Dick Downing 8 July 2015 – The Geological Society, Burlington House, London Richard Allen (‘Dick’) Downing, who died in 2013, was a geological polymath who worked for most of career as a hydrogeologist, making contributions on almost every aspect of the science.…

IAH Groundwater & Ecosystem Network – Call to Action

IAH Groundwater & Ecosystem Network, Call to Action Letter Dear IAH National Chapter Chairman, The Groundwater & Ecosystems Network of IAH is interested in reaching out to the National Chapters to engage more fully in groundwater dependent ecosystem (GDE) research and management at the local level. To this end, we will be initiating a partnership…

Ineson Lecture 2014: Groundwater and Hydrocarbon Change

Ineson Lecture 2014: Groundwater and Hydrocarbon Change Monday 6 October 2014, Geological Society, Burlington House, London. 10:30 – 17:00 The meeting is jointly convened by the International Association of Hydrogeologists (IAH) British Chapter and the Hydrogeological Group of the Geological Society, with a focus on evolving groundwater-related issues from hydrocarbon exploitation and use, including conventional…

2014 Ineson Lecture – 6th October, Burlington House

Hydrocarbon impacts to groundwater resources Jim Barker, Emeritus Professor, Department of Earth & Environmental Sciences – University of Waterloo, Waterloo, Ontario, Canada Professor Barker has extensive research experience in groundwater contamination by organic chemicals, especially petroleum hydrocarbons and industrial chemicals. He will talk about the processes that control the subsurface migration and fate of organic…

Hydrogeology & WASH Meeting – 5th June, Burlington House.

What can hydrogeologists contribute to safe water supply and poverty reduction? Hydrogeologists Without Borders UK, Hydrogeological Group of the Geological Society, International Association of Hydrogeologists *** Registration now open *** Groundwater plays a key role in the provision of reliable water supplies in many less-developed regions of the world. Due to its complexity, a detailed…