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 [...]
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 [...]
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 […]
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 […]