The study of water management is done by a Geohydrologsit. They ensure proper data is recroded to aid crucial choices.

Geohydrologists work in the field collecting samples for analysing or validating information. They are crucial to the safekeeping of water by testing and evaluating dangerous sites that could potentially pollute drinking water.

Geohydrologists form their opinons on how to manage water resources by studying the supply of public water and the events such as floods or droughts and wastewater runoff

Those wishing to become involved in geohydrology should have a background in earth sciences and their applied techniques to analyze samples and record relevant data.

A knowledge of Geography terms is beneficial to geohydrolgists as this will assist with accurately recording and describing the varying environmental features that are involved in water resource management.