ECHN-IAH ‘Coolest Paper’ Award News: last days to vote!

After the nomination period, voting period now open!

Until July 31st you can participate to the online poll and vote for the published article that you consider ‘the coolest’ of the nominations.

Click here to know more about the nominated papers and to vote on the ‘Coolest Paper’ of 2014. You can win a FREE IAH Series Book!

Also, the IAH Italian Chapter will generously cover the congress fees of the winning author to present his/her work at the AQUA2015 congress in Rome, and UNESCO-IHP will generously cover the author travel expenditures. The IAH will award the winner with a free IAH membership for a year and a free IAH series book.

The ECHN-IAH ‘Coolest Paper’ Award is an excellent opportunity for the new generation of hydrogeologist to express their view on recently published papers. So, if you are an early career hydrgogeologist, don’t’ miss the chance to have your say!

This video is the second video out a fourth-part video clip series chronicling the IAH Early Career Hydrogeologists “Coolest Paper of the Year Prize” competition. The video has been prepared in collaboration with ECHN-IAH, IGRAC and UNESCO-IHP.

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One thought on “ECHN-IAH ‘Coolest Paper’ Award News: last days to vote!

  1. And the winner of the ECHN-IAH Coolest Paper award 2015 is:

    Dr. Antonio Hernández-Espriú, the winner of the ‘Coolest Paper’ Award, has been invited to present his work at the 2015 IAH Internatioanl Congress, in Rome, Italy:

    “The DRASTIC-Sg model: an extension to the DRASTIC approach for mapping groundwater vulnerability in aquifers subject to differential land subsidence, with application to Mexico City”

    More info at: https://echn.iah.org/2014-coolest-paper

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