In this post you can find a list with groundwater- and health-relevant AGU 2017 sessions. You can also witness my near-frustration with choosing appropriate session for my research.
Hoover Dam was on my “to-visit” list for many years. So, last Sunday (March 13th, 2016), Niels and I arrived at Las Vegas airport and drove 20-30 min to see it. I’ve been to almost all Top 20 highest dams in Bulgaria, but have never seen a reservoir so empty (Hoover Dam’s reservoir is Lake Mead). Looking at spillways which most […]
Intro One of the first things that caught my attention, when I moved to the USA this spring, was the label on the bottled water (see Fig.1). To me it was unbelievable that I could not find the mineral content on the label (e.g. the major ions, as in EU). Instead, I was given completely useless […]
Water is hope, happiness, health, nature, urbanization, industry, energy, food, equality, and much more. This was the message of this year World Water Day. The World Water day is held each year on 22nd of March since 1993. I do believe that water should be everyday topic, not just one day event, but we need to […]
Our paper “Exposure to Selected Geogenic Trace Elements (I, Li, and Sr) from Drinking Water in Denmark” got published few days ago in the special issue “Medical Geology: Impacts of the Natural Environment on Public Health” of the peer-reviewed open-access online journal Geosciences. The three trace elements iodine (I), lithium (Li), and strontium(Sr) have in common […]