About the challengeThe 30 Day Map Challenge is a global social media (mostly twitter) event, where all participants make and share maps based on daily prompts. My first attempt to join the challenge was last year (2020), but I shared only few maps then, and mostly, I just looked at the hashtag entries. The challenge [...]
My translation of p. 7 of Vand i Tal 2018 by DANVA
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.
I was invited to on-site interview for the position “Lecturer/Senior Lecturer in Physical Geography (Education track)” at the Department of Geography, National University of Singapore (NUS). One part of the two-day job audition was a teaching seminar. So, in the tabs below, you can find some more info on the preparation for this teaching seminar, the [...]
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 […]