9th Sept 2017, Raipur, India: workshop on “Groundwater Challenges in Hard Rock Areas” by INC-IAH
INC-IAH has decided to organize workshop titled “Groundwater Challenges in Hard Rock Areas” in association with SOS in Geology, Pt Ravishankar Shukla University at Pt Ravishankar Shukla University , Raipur on 9th September 2017. First Circular has been released. It can be viewed on http://www.inciah.org/training/first_circular_workshop.pdf
It is requested to submit your Abstract as per details provided in the circular.
Other events during the workshop
· Ms Savitri Chadha Memorial INC-IAH Awards Ceremony
· Annual General Meeting of INC-IAH
· Submission of Abstracts - 31st July 2017
· Intimation of acceptance of abstracts - 5th August 2017
· Submission of Full paper - 15th Aug 2017
Dr Pradeep Kumar Naik NGI, CGWB Raipur
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Contact Person: Dr Sudhanshu Shekhar, Scientist-D, CGWB & Treasurer, INC-IAH
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XXXIII Sil Conference
for sustainable freshwater use. Our planet is under pressure due to increased
demand for freshwater. The availability and suitability of water resources are
threatened by human influences, directly through globally unbalancing the slow
and fast water cycles and impairing water quality, and indirectly through the
adverse effects of climate change. Many freshwater ecosystems are deteriorating
in quantity and quality. As a result, an increasing number of people are
chronically short of water. In this context, limnology must represent the
answer to the planetary water crisis as we need more science and more
scientists to urgently face sustainable and effective freshwater recovery. This
need can be satisfied only by improving our knowledge in Limnological Sciences
and the awareness of what science can do for more sustainable use of freshwater
ecosystems. Thus, as water scientists we have two missions: 1) to improve our
knowledge of freshwater ecosystem functioning, and 2) to make our knowledge a
tool handy for environmental managers and friendly for people. We are confident
that this congress will help us as to accomplish these missions as scientists
and as human beings.
A special session "Groundwater dependent ecosystems" will host hydrogeologists, biologists and ecologists with the intention of making the session truly multidisciplinary.
Organised by International Society of Limnology.
XIII Congress of Hydrogeology ALHSUD 2016
trabajando por el agua del planeta (States working for the planet's water).
Este congreso será un foro para el intercambio de ideas, conocimiento de
experiencias y técnicas a través de estudios, investigaciones y aplicaciones
relacionadas con el presente y futuro de nuestra mayor riqueza natural: el agua
subterránea. La demanda cada vez mayor de los recursos hídricos subterráneos,
unido a los impactos de variabilidad climática recientes y la contaminación del
medio ambiente, nos plantea el reto de proteger y explotar este recurso de
forma responsable y sostenible en el tiempo, con el fin de garantizar un futuro
a las generaciones venideras. En este escenario Latinoamérica, que cuenta con
uno de los más grandes recursos subterráneos del planeta tendrá el reto de
proponer alternativas que sirvan en beneficio tanto a la comunidad que representa,
como de ejemplo para otros países.
Contaremos con las presentaciones de las normatividades y legislaciones que están siendo analizadas y otras que ya se han impuesto en nuestros países latinoamericanos. Encontraremos la mejor oportunidad de conocer aciertos y errores sobre las leyes que fueron emanadas para normar y administran el agua subterránea. Entre ellas Uruguay con su ley recién aplicada, Chile en discusión del Código del Agua, Colombia con el recientemente implantado Plan Nacional de Aguas Subterráneas (PNASUB), México con la discusión de la Ley General de Aguas Nacionales que regresó a comisiones en el Congreso del estado, etc.
Organised by La Asociación Latinoamericana de Hidrología Subterránea para el desarrollo ALHSUD en coordinación con la Asociación Geohidrológica Mexicana AGM, y la Asociación Internacional de Hidrogeólogos AIH/IAH (Capítulo México), Invitan al I Congreso Mexicano de Hidrogeología.
35th International Geological Congress
The core topics for the Congress are Geoscience for Society, Fundamental Geoscience and Geoscience in the Economy. A total of 49 themes covering all disciplines in the geosciences will form the basis of the technical programme.
Organised by IUGS and the South African Council for Geoscience, together with the Geological Society of South Africa and other collaborators from academia and industry.
World Water Week
Water for Sustainable Growth.
Organised by SIWI.
European Karst Conference. The conference covers all topics related to Karst
Hydrogeology and Carbonate Reservoirs.
Abstract submission closes on 15 October 2015.
Organised by The Universities of Neuchatel, Franche-Comte and Malaga, The Swiss Institute of Speleology and Karstology and the IAH Karst Commission.
X International Geostatistics Congress
with specific sessions on groundwater applications. The International
Geostatistics Congress takes place every four years to gather researchers and
practitioners in all fields with an interest in geostatistics. The last one
took place in Oslo on 2012, and the next one will be in Valencia on 2016.
To evaluate the depth and breadth of the congress you may wish to check the list of presentations at the last congress at http://geostats2012.nr.no/authors.html.
Organised by Technical University of Valencia.
Groundwater: managing our hidden asset
two-day conference to celebrate the International Association of Hy-drogeologists
60th anniversary and the Geological Society Year of Wa-ter, 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 resources, groundwater and ecosystem services and
groundwater quality with sub themes of groundwater valuation and natural
capital, climate change, groundwater management and the Water Framework
Earlybird rate for members held open until conference registration closes!!
Due to the popularity of the conference, there is no need to increase the fee rates and the Early Bird rate for members of £220 will be held open until 5 September, the date at which registration for the conference will finally CLOSE. The venue is large and can accommodate many - we encourage your registration sooner rather than later to avoid disappointment, assist logistics for the organisers and enjoy a good conference with colleagues!.
Organised by British Chapter of the International Association of Hydrogeologists, The Hydrogeology Group of the Geological Society of London and the University of Birmingham.
Retirement Symposium for David Lerner
our water Environment. Professor David Lerner is retiring and as a celebration
of his academic career, the Department of Civil and Structural Engineering at
The University of Sheffield, UK are holding a symposium: 'Protecting our Water
Environment' on Tuesday 20th September in The Diamond. The symposium will be
part of the Department's Centenary celebrations, celebrating 100 years of Civil
& Structural Engineering. The symposium will be chaired by Professor Bob
Harris and speakers will include:
• Dr Chunmio Zheng - Southern University of Science and Technology, Shenzhen, China
• Prof Mario Schirmer - EAWAG, Switzerland
• Dr Mike Rivett - University of Birmingham, UK
• Dr Liz Sharp - The University of Sheffield, UK
• Prof Steve Thornton - The University of Sheffield, UK
• Prof Simon Bottrell - University of Leeds, UK
• Dr Domenico Bau - The Unviersity of Sheffield, UK
• Dr Owen Fenton - Teagasc, Environmental Research Centre, Ireland
• Prof David Lerner - The University of Sheffield, UK
We look forward to seeing you on Tuesday 20th September to celebrate David's academic career, and showcase past, present and future research undertaken by the Groundwater Protection and Restoration Group at Sheffield.
Price: To book, please follow the link: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1Qt44WKlFbE-CeDhbzbHnozJgT0DnjaFshuNYJIzL270/viewform?dm_i=13NC,4B5OT,NBXUO3,FURPZ,
Organised by Department of Civil and Structural Engineering, University of Sheffield.
9th Argentine Congress of Hydrogeology
The 9th Argentine Congress of Hydrogeology will be organized together with the 7th Spanish-IberoAmerican Seminar of Modern Groundwater Hydrology Topics. The main sessions will be referred to regional hydrogeology, groundwater in mining, water quality and contamination, groundwater-surface water interaction and water culture and education. The Seminar will be focused on water governance in arid and semi-arid regions.
Organised by Hydrogeology Group- Faculty of Technology and Aplied Sciences- University of Catamarca & IAH- Argentine Chapter.
43rd IAH Congress
and Society. We are pleased to announce that IAH will meet in Montpellier,
France in 2016. This congress will include a programme of invited presentations
to reflect on the achievements of IAH and to look forward to the further
development of IAH and hydrogeological science. This will be combined with the
submission of abstracts for a conventional technical programme of parallel
sessions and posters and post-congress field visits to some very attractive
locations in the surrounding French countryside, and the normal IAH meetings.
It’s highly appropriate that our French colleagues, who were so instrumental in establishing the Association should host this anniversary meeting just as they did in in 2006 in Dijon. Moreover, at their invitation, the German National Chapter, who also played an essential role in setting IAH on its way, will join the French Chapter in organising the meeting.
Organised by The French and German National Chapters of IAH.