Dear GWD Members and Prospective Members
With the good rains over most parts of South Africa in spring and summer, 2022 is starting in the right direction. We can not forget the difficulties and sorrows of the last 2 years, but we can build on the lessons we learned and the opportunities created and move forward.
With the return of the students to physical classes and an office where you can not wear your PJs anymore; normality is insight in 2022.
The Groundwater Session that took place on Monday 20 September 2021, with Chair Yazeed van Wyk and speakers such as Dr Shafick Adams, Prof Matthys Dippenaar, Dr Kevin Pietersen, Dr Sumaya Israel, Mr Fanus Fourie, Mr Kes Murray and Dr Ricky Murray are 'Legend' now and for those that missed out we can just appeal to the WRC Team to make the recordings availab
As South Africa readies itself for longer and warmer days associated with the Spring, water access needs are highlighted with water uses spanning drinking, other essential and increased recreational uses.
This Spring, Nthabiseng Nooe
Latest News. Groundwater Kids @ the Conference!
"Primary Schools are an excellent Target to lay a firm foundation. We thank you for this opportunity " - Principal form Wonderland shared with the Conference Attendees.
"We hope to expand the programme to improve groundwater understanding at all levels." - Dr Nicolette Vermaak
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This Webinar - organised by the Young Professional Committee, GWConfEx2021 - focused on the development of groundwater resources including the status of groundwater in South Africa, major technical and social challenges within the industry and ways to address these challenges.
"This book is authored by two South African groundwater scientists. South Africa has the most experience with MAR because there are dozens of substantial MAR applications in diverse hydrologic and geologic conditions ranging from unconsolidated aquifers in semi-arid climates to fractured rocks in desert climates. South Africa is a leader in MAR as a result of more than 50 years of research and practice supported by farsighted government funding.