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Links and Databases Listing
waterlevel.ie The waterlevel.ie website provides real-time access to data that has been recorded by the Office of Public Works (OPW) hydrometric network.
The Young Hydrologic Society (YHS) is a bottom-up initiative to stimulate the interaction and active participation of young hydrologists within the hydrological community.
Founded in October 2012 the YHS is currently run by a team of enthusiastic MSc’s, PhD’s and post-doc’s from several universities across Europe. Based on its first public meeting at the 2013 European Geosciences Union (EGU) General Assembly in Vienna the YHS established the following goals:
◾Connect young hydrologists early in their career,
◾Organize events to bring together young hydrologists,
◾Provide information for young hydrologists,
◾Create awareness of current and future research topics within hydrology,
◾Reform hydrology towards more involvement of early career hydrologists.
WMO World Meteorological Organization
Hydrometric Website of the Office of Public Works, providing extensive datasets from almost 300 locations around Ireland
British Hydrological Society (BHS)
The British Hydrological Society (BHS) was formed in 1983 in response to a clear need for a new, broad-based national society for the advancement of hydrology.
Environmental Protection Agency (EPA)
Website of the Environmental Protection Agency, Ireland.
Fourth Inter-Celtic Colloquium on Hydrology and Management of Water Resources
Powerpoint presentations of most of the papers and two collection of Colloquium photos
UNESCO Water Portal
A frequent update of events, organisations, and other items of interest in related to water management, hydrology, irrigation and drainage, etc., are now provided on UNESCO’s Water Portal Website.
Details and links for events, publications and other items of interest in related to hydrology are available on the IAHS Website