European Water Resources Association (EWRA)
as European Committee for Water Resources Management (ECOWARM), a regional committee within B-XB1340 - International Association of Hydrological Sciences (IAHS). Became an independent association, 19 Mar 1991. Present name adopted 14 Sep 1992.
Promote research and the application of scientific knowledge on water resources to practical engineering activities; promote exchange of scientific knowledge in the field and serve as a forum for discussion between European scientists and professional engineers; contribute to dissemination in other regions of the world of the results of scientific and technical advances in the field by European specialists.
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General Assembly (annual); Board of Management; Executive Committee.
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