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Hydrogeological Group

Aims

hydro-logo.jpgThe Hydrogeological Group is a specialist group of the Geological Society of London, which represents the science of hydrogeology and the hydrogeologists that practise that science.

It currently has over 1,000 members, of which around 350 have already attained Chartered status. The Hydrogeological Group represents a major professional interest in British hydrogeology.

The aim of the Hydrogeological Group is to advance the study and practice of hydrogeology by:

  • Holding meetings (including joint meetings with other organisations)
  • Encouraging education and research 
  • Encouraging students to consider careers in hydrogeology 
  • Representing and promoting the hydrogeological aspects of the Geological Society internationally 
  • Assisting the Geological Society in its representation of professional hydrogeologists

More about the Hydrogeological Group is available on their website.

News

The final Lockdown Event of 2020 will be held on ZOOM between 4 and 6pm on the 17th December.  

After a successful series of Zoom meetings during the summer, the Hydrogeological Group are pleased to host an end of year event incorporating a cut down AGM within a programme of items and , dare we say it, an end of year celebration.  
fter a successful series of Zoom meetings during the Summer, the Hydrogeology Group are pleased to host an end of year event incorporating a cut down AGM within a programme of items and, dare we say it, an end of year celebration.

The event will consist of five 10minute talks, followed by a brief AGM of the Group, and finishing with a BYO Wine Reception.

Introduction

Meyrick Gough (Southern Water) – Changes and Advances in Water Resource Planning – (provisional title)

Holly Small (Mott MacDonald) – Early Career perspectives on remote working

Sarah Scott (Environment Agency) – An update on deep subsurface activities

Alastair Black (Groundwater Science) – Advances in Capture Zone delineation and visualisation: FlowSource for MODFLOW6

Ellie Mathewson (BGS) – The future of open (hydro)geological data in the UK

A brief Hydrogroup AGM

After a successful series of Zoom meetings during the Summer, the Hydrogeology Group are pleased to host an end of year event incorporating a cut down AGM within a programme of items and, dare we say it, an end of year celebration.

The event will consist of five 10minute talks, followed by a brief AGM of the Group, and finishing with a BYO Wine Reception.

Introduction

Meyrick Gough (Southern Water) – Changes and Advances in Water Resource Planning – (provisional title)

Holly Small (Mott MacDonald) – Early Career perspectives on remote working

Sarah Scott (Environment Agency) – An update on deep subsurface activities

Alastair Black (Groundwater Science) – Advances in Capture Zone delineation and visualisation: FlowSource for MODFLOW6

Ellie Mathewson (BGS) – The future of open (hydro)geological data in the UK

A brief Hydrogroup AGM

fter a successful series of Zoom meetings during the Summer, the Hydrogeology Group are pleased to host an end of year event incorporating a cut down AGM within a programme of items and, dare we say it, an end of year celebration.

The event will consist of five 10minute talks, followed by a brief AGM of the Group, and finishing with a BYO Wine Reception.

Introduction

Meyrick Gough (Southern Water) – Changes and Advances in Water Resource Planning – (provisional title)

Holly Small (Mott MacDonald) – Early Career perspectives on remote working

Sarah Scott (Environment Agency) – An update on deep subsurface activities

Alastair Black (Groundwater Science) – Advances in Capture Zone delineation and visualisation: FlowSource for MODFLOW6

Ellie Mathewson (BGS) – The future of open (hydro)geological data in the UK

A brief Hydrogroup AGM


The event will consists of five 10minuets talks, followed by a brief AGM of the Group, and finishing with a BYO Wine Reception.  

Introduction

Meyrick Gough (Southern Water) - Changes and Advances in Water Resource Planning (provisional title)

Holly Small (Mott MacDonald) - Early Career Perspectives on Remote Working

Sarah Scott (Environment Agency) - An Update on Deep Subsurface Activities

Alastair Black (Groundwater Science) - Advances in Capture Zone Delineation and Visualisation: FlowSource for MODFLOW6

Ellie Mathewson (BGS) - The Future of Open (Hydro)Geological Data in the UK

A Brief HydroGroup AGM

A registration link is available via our HydroGroup Webpage

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Committee

Chair

Rolf Farrell
Environment Agency, Leeds
Tel: 020 30256723
rolf.farrell@environment-agency.gov.uk

Vice Chair

Mark Lee
Atkins Global, Leeds
Tel: 0113 3066043
mark.lee3@atkinsglobal.com

Secretary

Kate Lambert-Smith
Dwr Cymru Welsh Water, Newport 
Tel: 01633 963 192
kate.lambert-smith@dwrcymru.com

Funding Officer

Alex Gallagher
Groundwater Science, Shrewsbury
Tel: 01743 276 100
a.gallagher@gwscience.co.uk

Treasurer

Claire Howarth
Mott MacDonald, Croydon
Tel: 020 87743650
claire.howarth@mottmac.com

Other members

Alex Davis
alexander.davis@surreycc.gov.uk

Dr Hamdi El-Ghonemy
helghonemy@rsk.co.uk

Mark Fermor
markfermor@geosmartinfo.co.uk

Simon Cook
simon.cook2@southernwater.co.uk

Dan Welch
dan.welch@atkinsglobal.com

Matthew Ascott
matta@bgs.ac.uk

Alex Crow
alexander.crow@mottmac.com

Bryony Osbourn
bryony.osbourn@mottmac.com

Ewan Parsons
ewan.parsons@stantec.com

Jared West
l.j.west@leeds.ac.uk

Hannah Fraser
hfraser@hfraserconsulting.co.uk

Elanor Ward
elanor.ward@environment-agency.gov.uk

Norline Martin
norline.martin@atkinsglobal.com