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The Bir Al-Nas project
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Bir Al-Nas – People's well
Socio-hydrogeology from theory to practice
Beyond the paper
The benefits and negative impacts of citizen science in the water sciences
Move your hands for fog
What sociology can do for hydrogeology?
Groundwater, resilient livelihoods and equitable growth – A call for contribution
Putting the “Socio” in sociohyro(geo)logy using multi-modal approaches: Health-related risk perception and assessment in the Republic of Ireland and Canada
Blue mind & socio-hydrogeology: exploring the amazing interconnections (and potentials) within the hydro-social cycle.
The social impact of hydrogeology
Thinking out of the box: the power of images and the potential for environmental communication in TV series and movies
Public engagement & socio-hydrogeology
Socio-hydrogeological assessment of the Inle Lake catchment
2018: What’s new in socio-hydrogeology?
NEW POST on WaterUnderground: “On the social responsibility of water scientists”
When groundwater science goes back in high school
Walk the talk: feedback from our keynote at IAH2017
Zero Waste Holiday – Attempt #2
Water and the menstruation taboo
Groundwater Science for sustainable development: Bir Al-Nas for INTEGRON
The importance of environmental communication
Insights and participatory actions driven by a socio-hydrogeological approach
MedPartnership – together for the Mediteranean
Zero Waste holiday – Attempt #1
Going Sustainable…Why not?
Socio-hydrogeology: bridging the gap between science and society
RWS congress trip tips
Incorporating the social dimension into hydrogeochemical investigations
Truth About Giulio Regeni
Change the World, One Article at a Time
Ca’ Foscari Early Career Researchers Awards 2015
Engaging Early Career Scientists for the future of groundwater
“A Day in the GeoLife” : guest blog series from geoscientists around the world.
Besslema – Au revoir – Goodbye Tunisia!
Socio-hydrogeology and Bir Al-Nas at AQUA2015
NEW! Research Fellow, Socio-Hydrogeology, Viviana Re @biralnas: A Day in the GeoLife Series
New Publication: the Bir Al-Nas approach for socio-hydrogeology
ECHN-IAH ‘Coolest Paper’ Award News: last days to vote!
Bir al-nas’ connections
News from the field
The IAH Early Career Hydrogeologists’ ‘Coolest Paper’ of 2014 Award
2014 in review
Water and Climate Change in the Mediterranean Basin
Nitrate pollution of groundwater
Water&Gender: a WWAP Working Group
“Coolest paper of 2013”: winners announced!
Knowledge transfer & permanent collaboration
TC Galapagos 2014
‘Coolest Paper of 2013’ Award
Groundwater and oranges…
Bir Al-Nas – People's well
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