The International Association of Geomorphologists (IAG/AIG) is a scientific, non-governmental and non-profit organisation, whose principal objectives are development and promotion of geomorphology as a science through international co-operation and dissemination of knowledge of geomorphology.
The IAG/AIG was founded at the Second International Conference on Geomorphology in Frankfurt/Main (Germany) in 1989 in order to strengthen international geomorphology.
IAG/AIG fulfils its aims through the establishment of working groups and task forces, organisation of international and regional conferences, publication activity and information exchange.
Membership of the IAG/AIG is normally by countries. At present, 62 countries are affiliated to the IAG/AIG through their National Scientific Members.
The activity of the IAG/AIG is steered by its Executive Committee.
For more details about IAG/AIG, please log on to: www.geomorph.org