Groundwater – Our Hidden Asset – Sept 13-14 – Birmingham

A two-day conference to celebrate the International Association of Hydrogeologists 60th anniversary and the Geological Society Year of Water, hosted by the University of Birmingham. The conference will incorporate the Ineson Lecture and re-launch of Groundwater our Hidden Asset supported by the Groundwater Forum. The conference has four broad topic areas: Groundwater and energy Groundwater…

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…

42nd IAH Congress: ROME 2015

Hydrogeology: back to the future! The Italian National Chapter of the IAH, in scientific partnership with FAO (Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations) and the International Hydrological Programme of UNESCO (United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization), is honoured to host the 42nd IAH Annual Congress AQUA2015, in Rome, Italy, from 13th to…

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 *** 5th June 2014 Burlington House, London 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 understanding of the groundwater environment…

June 2015 Karst Meeting Birmingham

GROUNDWATER IN KARST With optional pre- and post-conference field trips: 20-26 June 2015, Birmingham, UK PRELIMINARY ANNOUNCEMENT The word “karst” is a germanization of the place name for a region in the northwest Dinaric area that is commonly referred to as “the Classic Karst”. The word has passed into the scientific vocabulary to describe a…