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Hydrogeology is that branch of the geological sciences which is concerned with the character, source, occurrence, movement, availability, and use of water. The Hydrogeology Division of the Geological Society of America emphasizes and focuses on the geologic aspects of hydrogeology, recognizes the role of geology in the hydrologic cycle, and the importance of hydrogeology to society and science.
To bring together scientists interested in hydrogeology facilitate the presentation and discussion of their problems and ideas;
To promote research and the publication of results on hydrogeologic studies cooperate with other Divisions and Sections of the Society and with other scientific organizations in fostering, aiding, furthering, and promoting research in hydrogeology; and
To advise and assist the officers and committees of the Society in matters pertaining to hydrogeology.
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