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Hydrogeological Group

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The Hydrogeological Group is a specialist group within the Geological Society of London, which represents the science of hydrogeology and the hydrogeologists that practise that science. It currently has over 1000 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 organizations)
  • 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.

Comments on this web page or requests to add Hydrogeological Meetings to the Events Page should be emailed to Rolf Farrell.

Our Events

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2015 Ineson and Darcy Lectures

05 October 2015

Venue: Piccadilly, London

  • Lecture
  • Social Event

Groundwater in Fractured Bedrock Environments: Managing Catchment and Subsurface Resources

10 June 2016

Venue: Queen's University, Belfast, Northern Ireland

  • Conference
  • Lecture
  • Course
  • Workshop
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Hydrogeological Group Activities



Adrian Butler
Imperial College London
Tel: 020 7594 6122


Barnaby Harding
Tel: 01743 276 100


Alison Carruthers
Mott MacDonald
Tel: 01223 463 452

Other members

Corinna Abesser

James Assem

Tim Besien

Rolf Farrell

Alex Gallagher

Paul Howlett

Paul Hulme

Chris Jackson

Stefan Krause

Rob Low

Trevor Muten

Sarah Scott