April 2013 monthly update Read online now In this edition: Training news AHA Professional Certification Join the discussion on LinkedIn AHA TRG updates Call for contributions: Australasian Hydrographer Vale Brian Chester New jobs advertised Sign up to receive AHA emails
February 2013 monthly update Read online now In this edition: AHA publishes Australasian Hydrographer editions online back to 2001 AHA publishes articles index Join the discussion on LinkedIn AHA TRGs kick off New jobs advertised in NSW and NT Sign up to receive AHA emails
Australasian Hydrographer December 2012 edition now available In this issue… 2012 AHA Conference information: AHA Chair Bill Steen and AHA Secretary Krystal Hoult describe their reminiscences from the conference The conference included three major sessions, with presentations and a discussion forum on: data hydroacoustics education and training Read the session summary from each session chair. [...]
In November Hydrological Services and KISTERS offered sponsorship for a Graduate/Cadet hydrographic employee to attend the 2013 New Zealand Hydrological Society Technical Workshop in Palmerston North New Zealand. Hydrological Services and KISTERS are please to announce that Shaun Gleeson from NSW Office of Water was selected. Congratulations Shaun!
See AHA October 2012 update
AHA has now made published all papers from the Perth 2010 conference. Read online or print the papers – published in PDF. All papers are covered by Creative Commons Attribution Licence. More information
The July 2012 issue of Australasian Hydrographer is now available to members only. Members will receive the access password by email. Join AHA now to access this edition.
2012 Conference Information is now available. Event will take place at Moonee Valley Racing Club, Melbourne from 21-23 August, find the rest of the details here.
The photos from the Photo Competition can now be viewed online by clicking on the link below: http://www.aha.net.au/events/australian-hydrographers-association-photographic-competition/2010-photo-competition/ The conveners would like to thank all of the entrants for their photos.
Registrations for the 2010 Conference to be held at the Burswood Complex in Perth will close on 11 October. Please make sure to register before then to take part in what is shaping up to be the biggest AHA Conference yet. For more details, please visit: http://www.aha.net.au/events/aha-2010-conference/registration/
After deliberation by the Conference Conveners this afternoon, the winner of the 2010 Australian Hydrographers’ Association Photo Competition has been decided. I would like to congratulate Edward Sloane from Thiess Services on winning this Competition, and receiving a complimentary Registration at the AHA Conference here in Perth Western Australia. Edward’s photo of the Otway weir [...]
There is only 2 months until the 15th Biennial AHA Conference in Perth and there is just one booth position still available. Registration numbers are looking quite strong and things are shaping up for a great conference. If your company are interested in exhibiting at the Conference then best to get in touch soon before [...]
Please find enclosed a link to the long awaited Journal from the Australian Hydrographers’ Association. As a Committee we’ve have enlisted the experience of a web publishing company to produce the Journal and welcome your feedback about the delivery method, format, and content, so that we can improve the Journal into the future. A small [...]
A preliminary program for the 2010 AHA Conference to be held in Perth in October is now available for viewing at: http://www.aha.net.au/events/aha-2010-conference/program/
Earlybird registration rates for the 2010 AHA Conference are only available until 30 June 2010. Make sure you don’t miss out by registering via: http://www.aha.net.au/events/aha-2010-conference/registration/
The conference runs from Tuesday 8 to Thursday 10 June in Sydney. Download a PDF with more information about the exhibition by following this link HERE.
Registrations are now open for the 15th Biennial Conference, October 2010 in Perth, Western Australia at the Burswood Entertainment Complex. All practitioners with an interest in the profession of Hydrography are welcome to attend and the Committee urges each member of the AHA to find the time to come to Perth in October 2010. CLICK [...]
The Convening Committee has received an unprecedented amount of Abstracts for presentation over the two days of the Conference. The Presentation program will be released soon, On behalf of the Conveners, and the Committee of the Australian Hydrographers’ Association I urge you to find the time and come to Perth and attend what is shaping up [...]
Water: H2O=Life 3 December 2009 to 16 May 2010 Temporary Exhibition Gallery Experience the power and beauty of one of the world’s most precious resources — water. Featuring live animals and interactive displays, Water: H2O=Life is a thought-provoking, informative and entertaining exhibition for visitors of all ages. This exciting new exhibition — created by the [...]
In September, financial members will receive an AHA keytag in recognition of their membership of the Association. The tag is a Key Return Tag, that is if you lose your keys, the finder can return the keys to the address on the reverse – being the Association’s correspondence postal address. Please note that the tag [...]
Over the last couple of decades members will have received on occasions, a bumper sticker as depicted in the image above. Our epigram, “Measuring Australia’s Water Resources”,is often seen in the company of our logo and has existed since the 1980’s. Many hydrographic vehicles, facilities and private vehicles have proudly displayed this sticker over many years. [...]
Hydrography careers video produced under the Australian Government’s ‘Connect To Your Future’ program.
Get ready for the AHA Photographic Competition!
The next Hydrographers Association Conference is planned for late 2010. The Partnership Prospectus was released yesterday.
Queenslander wins AHA “First In Course Award”
Scott Crozier Trainee of the Year and State Medallist Certificate IV in Hydrography, Open Training and Education Network Scott completed a Certificate IV in Hydrography while undertaking a traineeship with the Snowy Hydro Company working across regional NSW. He found Hydrographers are now in high demand thanks, in part, to the National Water Plan. Read [...]