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Capture IAH SA Workshop IIII
11 Feb 2021
jessica
  • Drilling
  • Groundwater
11-13 November 2020, Stellenbosch University. This workshop pulls together leading experts in the groundwater industry and includes a field visit to drilling within Table Mountain Group Aquifer (TMGA). It's a wonderful opportunity to learn and network. Although based in Wester Cape, international trends will also be discussed and the workshop is applicable to all involved in groundwater from the southern Africa region and beyond
IAH-Logo
11 Feb 2021
jessica
  • Hydrogeologists
  • Groundwater
We are happy to announce the 50th congress of the International Association of Hydrogeologists will be in Cape Town, South Africa, 18-24 September 2023. With the theme "Groundwater: A Matter of Scale", we look forward to welcoming you to this event! More information will be shared shortly on the this IAH-SA and GWD homepages and social media.
Puzzle
11 Feb 2021
jessica
  • Groundwater
  • Geology
  • Geohydrology
SACNASP CPD EVENT Talk Abstract: Science is a living document; it grows and expands as more information becomes available and our knowledge grows. It makes use of hypotheses, experiments, observations, and measurements. Groundwater scientists have a difficult task. They work in a system that is not visible, and they cannot take it into a laboratory to study.
Groundwater Management
11 Feb 2021
jessica
  • Groundwater
Let us Talk about It! Groundwater management at local level. Groundwater in communities. Groundwater and its users. We are planning a Groundwater TalkShop. Come Share & Discuss & Build bridges to new shared insights! Email us your NAME & TALK THEME to add you to the List.
Selection of small water treatment
10 Feb 2021
jessica
  • Water treatment
SACNASP CPD EVENT Talk Abstract: Small water treatment plants are defined as water treatment systems that have to be installed in areas that are not adequately serviced and do not normally fall within the confines of urban areas. They are therefore mostly used in rural and peri-urban areas and include chlorination plants for water supplies from boreholes and springs, small treatment systems for rural communities, treatment plants of small municipalities, and treatment plants for establishments such as rural hospitals, schools, clinics, forestry stations, etc. Most of these applications require small plants of less than 2.5 ML/d (although plants of up to 25 ML/d may sometimes also fall into this category).