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Call for nominations for Water Underground Talks Season 2

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Water Underground Talks elevates diverse voices, perspectives and groundwater research. In Season 1, eleven hydrogeologists from around the world shared their passions and exciting research on the connections between groundwater, climate, food and people.

Season 2 will build on the success of Season 1 by releasing ~10 more videos that further elevate diverse voices, perspectives and groundwater research from around the world. The themes for Season 2 will be the relationship between groundwater, anti-racism, decolonization and sustainable development. We actively seek nominees from under-represented regions and topics not often discussed in relation to groundwater such as migration, conflict and Indigenous rights. Videos will be released throughout 2022 to coincide with other international events related to groundwater such as World Water Day.

Please submit a nomination by December 3, 2021 via this form.

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.


2 Comments

  1. Connect me if I can be a potential person for you

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  2. I would like to nominate myself in for session 2.

    Oudi Kgomongwe, Hydrogeologist South Africa

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