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Management of groundwater resources for irrigation and Co-users, London

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07 November 2014
10:00 - 17:00 GMT
Institution of Civil Engineers
One Great George Street
, SW1P 3AA
United Kingdom

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There are 8 recordings of this event. The first (1) called Groundwater Management in Irrigated Catchments – Key Principles and Common Misconceptions by Dr Stephen Foster is the embedded window above on the left.

The others are hyperlinked titles below:

  1. Dr Chris Perry - Excessive groundwater use - how to think about it, and what to do about it. The Chinese perspective
  2. Prof Alex Densmore - The groundwater systems of north-western India. This recording can not be used as some of the maps are original PhD work that cannot be published prior to the PhD award. You can access some revised slides form the IWF website or on the left under content related to the lecture
  3. Dr Karen Villholth - Groundwater irrigation in sub-Saharan Arica: trends, potential and constraints for development
  4. Richard Carter - UPGRo
  5. Prof Alan McDonald - Groundwater storage and recharge in Africa
  6. John Gowing - Adaptive Management of Groundwater in Africa (AMGRAF)
  7. Dr Roger Calow - Some reflections on groundwater development and poverty reduction


  • Dr Stephen Foster
  • Dr Chris Perry
  • Prof Alex Densmore
  • Dr Karen Villholth
  • Richard Carter
  • Prof Alan McDonald
  • John Gowing
  • Dr Roger Calow
  • Simon Howarth

For more information please contact:

Pauline Arundel