The Nordic Association for Hydrology (NHF) formed in the year 1970 is an autonomous organization which intends to promote hydrology as a science and enabling the better understanding of hydrology and approaches within applied sciences in the North. It constitutes 200 members and its membership is open to all individuals and institutions/companies dynamically engrossed in hydrological work and exploration. The edicts of NHF consent its members of the Board to epitomize other countries than the Nordic ones, but out of eight board affiliates, least of five shall characterise the Nordic countries. Presently all the three Baltic countries, Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania, are also represented in the Board of NHF.
It is involved in the following activities:
An annual newsletter with intent to keep members informed on Nordic and International hydrological activities is published along with a forum to issue reports of the member’s own work.
Hydrology Research, previously known as Nordic Hydrology, is an international scientific journal, and is dispensed five times per year. It comprises articles from all turfs of hydrology and serves as a link between the rudimentary hydrological studies. It currently has 250 subscribers globally.Read More»