My first postpartum scientific publication is out now! I am getting back to my PhD topic; it has been a while, but I was truly excited to dig-in the "new" monitoring data on iodine in Danish groundwater. In this blog-post I'll first give the highlights (the tweetable summary, or is it now X-able summary?) and mention [...]
Groundwater & surface water
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 [...]
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 [...]
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 […]
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 […]