Formed in 1985, AHS is a nonprofit organization
dedicated to advancing hydrology and water
resource research, planning, and development.
We not only provide an open forum for
professionals to exchange information, but we
also support public understanding, education,
and training in the science and technology of
hydrology and water resources.
An important part of AHS’ mission is
promoting the responsible use, management, and
preservation of water resources in the arid
AHS is also dedicated to helping establish
standards for the practice of hydrology as a
profession. To support these goals, AHS funds
symposia, and other
outreach and student activities.
The 2014 AIPG & AHS National Conference is over except for thanking everyone who made it possible. We would like to thank our partner in this Conference - the American Institute of Professional Geologists (AIPG) and, especially, Ms. Cathy Duran and Ms. Wendy Davidson.
We also would like to thank this year's Sponsors:
Platimum - SRP
Gold: Clear Creek Associates
Silver: USGS, CAP, Resolution Copper, TWG, Montgomery & Associates.
Our Event Sponsors include First Bank of Westminster, Colorado; the AIPG Northeast Section; and GeoSystems Analysis (); and our Product Sponsors Rockware, Inc., and Aspen Laser & Technologies.
Please visit the 2014 Conference web page for a complete list of our exhibitors and sponsors which we depend on so much!
AHS September Newsletter is now
Job opportunities. Check out
our jobs page!
Don’t forget that AHS has a
LinkedIn Group! Join us for another
way to network.
Join the Group.
Need some new wheels?
With your $25 contribution (or 5
tickets for $100) you could win a 2014 Jeep
Cherokee!!! The best part is that 100% of your
contribution will support the AHS Foundation’s
funding of scholarships, internships, science fairs,
and teachers’ workshops. The drawing will be
held November 13, 2014. All entries must be received
by October 31.
The Jeep Cherokee, donated by Jim
Click Automotive, is the feature prize in a raffle to
raise $1 million for non-profit organizations in
Tucson. A maximum of 50,000 tickets are available to
nonprofits to sell. AHSF has initially taken 200
tickets, dividing them among the Chapters and the
Foundation. Tickets can be purchased at Chapter
meetings and the Annual Symposium or by contacting
Howard Grahn, AHSF Treasurer at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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