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Chartered Institution of Water and
Environmental Management (CIWEM)

106-109 Saffron Hill, London, EC1N 8QS  
Tel: 020 7831 3110   Fax: 020 7405 4967
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The Inter Agency
Committee for the
Hydrological Use of
Weather Radar
- Terms of Reference 
To identify research needs and opportunities. 
To recommend priorities for future research and to coordinate research activities. 
To seek funding for research. 
To identify needs for and availability of data and to recommend archiving requirements. 
To publicise and promote hydrological uses of weather radar. 
To promote and establish international contacts. 
To report on its work to the nominating bodies and the water industry generally

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    Chartered Institution of Water and
    Environmental Management (CIWEM)

    106-109 Saffron Hill, London, EC1N 8QS  
    Tel: 020 7831 3110   Fax: 020 7405 4967