underground social solidarity: our #PandemicPlaylist

underground social solidarity: our #PandemicPlaylist

In our last post, the WaterUnderground community shared our roses, buds, and thorns of our current situations amid the coronavirus pandemic and a picture of our #StayAtHomeAndStaySafe view.

As promised, in this post we’re sharing the next installment of this solidarity-building exercise of ours: our ‘pandemic playlist’. Each of the contributors from last post have provided a song that is helping them get through these most unusual times, and we asked they select an artists more or less from their region of the world.

So hit the play button below, and listen to this global playlist of songs that are currently getting us through these times. Hopefully they will help you too!

In solidarity, the WaterUnderground bloggers.

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Groundwater—the world’s largest freshwater store— is a life-sustaining resource that supplies water to billions of people, plays a central part in irrigated agriculture and influences the health of many ecosystems. Water Underground is a groundwater nerd blog written by a global collective of hydrogeologic researchers for water resource professionals, academics and anyone interested in groundwater, research, teaching and supervision. The blog, started by Tom Gleeson and managed by Xander Huggins, is the first blog hosted on both the EGU blogs and the AGU blogosphere.

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