DamNation is an environmental documentary on the legacy of the dam-boom in the USA. Its main focus is on the harm done to the migratory fish species (e.g. salmon and trout) and in general to the river ecosystem. A good part of the movie focuses on the emotions of wide variety of people (e.g. Native […]
Just few days ago, on 29th of January, I gave a presentation at the 9th Annual meeting of the Danish Water Forum (DWF). The meeting took place in one of the auditoriums of Copenhagen University. The take home message from my presentation was “There is a great potential for Danish studies focusing on the beneficial effects of […]
Year 2014 was an eventful year not only personally, but also professionally. Is wasn’t very productive blog-year, though, so I hope I’ll be a better bloger next year. As this is my first “annual report” (hopefully more will follow), here I’m going to overview the most interesting/important for me events in 2014 and will briefly mention […]
Two days ago (26th of November 2015) a new animated video was launched by the UNESCO International Groundwater Resources Assessment Centre (IGRAC). The video is part of a campaign called #HiddenResource, which aims at raising the awareness about the importance of groundwater. As I believe in the importance of these water resources, I’m happy to […]
I have been working on a new infographic since I came back from Bulgaria (family visit a week ago). The infographic is about the large dams in Bulgaria… nothing too fancy, nothing too specific. Just some numbers on when the large dams were built, how large are they (by height and by reservoir volume), and […]
My PhD defence will take place on 9th of October. The address is building 1671, room 137, Department of Geoscience, Aarhus University, Høegh-Guldbergs Gade 2, 8000 Aarhus C. via Natural iodine content in drinking water in Denmark: governing factors and health implications.