IAH (Irish Group) run an annual conference, meetings, seminars, webinars and field trips throughout the year for both IAH members and people with an interest in hydrogeology. Further details, including past conference proceedings and some TDM presentations, are provided under the Events and Training sections of the website.

13th – 14th October 2018
IAH (Irish Group) Annual Field Trip

The trip this year will be to Roscommon, and will be held this year on 13th and 14th October 2018.

As it’s Roscommon, there will be lots of karstic and associated elements.

Details to follow within the next few weeks.

Robbie Meehan

Field Trip Secretary

13/07/18

 

24th – 25th April 2018
IAH (Irish Group) Annual Conference

The Irish group of the International Association of Hydrogeologists (IAH) will hold the 38th annual groundwater conference at the Tullamore Court Hotel on the 24th and 25th April 2018.

Contact Philip Schuler at; conference@iah-ireland.org for more info.

REGISTER HERE…

 

15th May 2018
IAH TDM  Testing a conceptual model of deep groundwater in coastal Tanzania using oil exploration data

Henning Moe (CDM Smith)

Time: 6:00pm (Tea & Coffee from 5:30pm).

Venue: Geological Survey Ireland, Beggars Bush, Dublin 4.

 

6th March 2018
IAH TDM 
Nitrates part two – groundwater, drinking water, estuaries and the WFD – a continued discussion

A discussion meeting facilitated by Jenny Deakin (EPA), including brief presentations from speakers at the December TDM on nitrates and others.

Time: 6:00pm (Tea & Coffee from 5:30pm).

Venue: Geological Survey Ireland, Beggars Bush, Dublin 4.

 

6th February 2018
IAH TDM – The David Burdon Memorial Lecture
Exploiting Groundwater Resources in Urban Africa: Understanding Choice and Consequences.

Dr Adrian Healy, Water Research Institute, Cardiff University.

Time: 6:00pm (Tea & Coffee from 5:30pm).

Venue: Geological Survey Ireland, Beggars Bush, Dublin 4.

 

9th January 2018
Annual Joint IAH TDM/Geotechnical Society of Ireland Lecture 
Dewatering Dublin.

Cecil Shine (Minerex Environmental Ltd)

Time and Venue: 6:00pm (Tea & Coffee from 5:30pm), Geological Survey Ireland.