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Hydrology is the scientific study of the movement, distribution and management of water on Earth and other planets, including the water cycle, water resources and environmental watershed sustainability. A practitioner of hydrology is called a hydrologist. Hydrologists are scientists studying earth or environmental science, civil or environmental engineering and physical geography. Using various analytical methods and scientific techniques, they collect and analyze data to help solve water related problems such as environmental preservation, natural disasters, and water management.
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Organizations relating to Hydrology
Water, Engineering and Development Centre / Loughborough, UK / Est. 1972
UNANIMA International / New York NY, USA / Est. 2002
European Water Resources Association / Athens, Greece
African Centre for Aquatic Research and Education
Agreement Concerning Uniform Rules for the Marking of Navigable Waters / Est. 1962
Caribbean Water and Wastewater Association / St Joseph, Trinidad-Tobago / Est. 1988
Agricultural and Land and Water Use Commission for the Near East / Cairo, Egypt
Latin American Water Education and Training Network / Buenos Aires, Argentina / Est. 2002
International Groundwater Hydrology Centre / Barcelona, Spain / Est. 1991
Southern and Eastern Africa Rainwater Network / Est. 2003
Aquatic Gardeners Association / Denton TX, USA
Scientific Information Centre of Interstate Coordination Water Commission of Central Asia / Tashkent, Uzbekistan / Est. 1993
International Institute for Water and Environmental Engineering / Ouagadougou, Burkina Faso / Est. 2004
European Anglers Alliance / Brussels, Belgium / Est. 1994
Agreement on Administrative Arrangements for the Perk Thnot - Cambodia - Power and Irrigation Development Project / Est. 1968
FRIEND / Hindu Kush-Himalayan / Kathmandu, Nepal / Est. 1996
Lifewater International / San Luis Obispo CA, USA / Est. 1978
Latin American Association for Groundwater Hydrology Development / Montevideo, Uruguay
International Water Management Institute / Colombo, Sri Lanka / Est. 1984
North Sea Hydrographic Commission / Monaco, Monaco / Est. 1962
IHE Delft Institute for Water Education / Delft, Netherlands / Est. 1957
Centre of Documentation, Research and Experimentation on Accidental Water Pollution / Brest, France / Est. 1978
International Federation of Private Water Operators / Paris, France / Est. 2005
International Groundwater Resources Assessment Centre / Delft, Netherlands
Inter-State Commission Water Coordination of Central Asia / Tashkent, Uzbekistan / Est. 1992
World Problems relating to HydrologyFrom the Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential
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