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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 southwest.

AHS is also dedicated to helping establish standards for the practice of hydrology as a profession. To support these goals, AHS funds meetings, scholarships, symposia, and other outreach and student activities.

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Planning is moving ahead for our next Phoenix Chapter Annual Symposium, September 16-18 2015. We have secured a venue, the Desert Willow Conference Center, which we last used in 2012. We have a theme: "Where Did the Water Go?" which should generate some interesting talks. Come help flesh out our program! Our next meeting is Wednesday, February 18, at 5:00 PM at the Boulders on Broadway, 530 W Broadway Rd, Tempe, AZ 85282. Please contact Alan Dulaney for details!

AHS February Newsletter is now available.
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WSP Distinguished Speaker Series: Brian Richter

The Water Sustainability Program will host a lecture and book signing by international water expert Brian Richter, author of "Chasing Water: A Guide for Moving from Scarcity to Sustainability," on Thursday, March 5, 2014, from 4:30 to 6:00 p.m. at the University of Arizona Student Unions' Tucson and Catalina Rooms. In "Chasing Water," Richter tells a cohesive and complete story of water scarcity: where it is happening, what is causing it, and how it can be addressed.

Brian Richter has been a global leader in river science and conservation for more than 25 years. He acts as Chief Scientist for The Nature Conservancy Global Water Program, where he promotes sustainable water use and management with governments, corporations and local communities.

4:30 - 5:00 pm - Refreshments and book signing
5:00 - 5:45 pm - Lecture followed by Q&A

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Mike Hulst
Allwyn Environmental

Vice President:
Charles Ester
(602) 236-2587.

Beth Proffitt
Accutest Laboratories
(602) 501-5673

Marla Odom
Montgomery & Associates
(520) 881-4912

Board Members:
Damien Gosch
Hargis + Associates

John Villinski
Clear Creek Associates

Mike Tomlinson
UHM Oceanography
(928) 266-2236

David Sampson
Decision Center for a Desert City, Arizona State University

Dennis Hall
Montgomery & Associates