2022 – Irish National Hydrology Conference
The National Hydrology Conference took place on: Tuesday, 15th November 2022 in the Hodson Bay Hotel, Athlone, Co. Roscommon.
2022 Irish National Hydrology Conference – Papers and Posters
2021 – Irish National Hydrology Conference
2020 -Irish National Hydrology Conference
The National Committees of the IHP/ICID convened the 21st National Hydrology Conference online on Tuesday 17th and Wednesday 18th November 2020. This event is Ireland’s leading Conference devoted to Hydrology providing a unique forum for attendees to share policy developments, research results, and practical solutions to engineering hydrology issues.
The Conference was held over two sessions. The afternoon of Tuesday November 17th and in the morning of Wednesday November 18th 2020.
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