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Groundwater Arsenic in S/SE Asia: Mobilization, Remediation and SDG Intersection - Laura Richards Author: Manchester Environmental Research Institute Added on Aug 11, 2020 Duration: 0:13:48 This was presented at an event series convened by Manchester Environmental Research Institute to showcase water related research and was part of the ‘Water Research at Manchester - Water and Sustainable Development’ event on the 5th August 2020. This talk will give an overview of our recent research in Cambodia, India and Myanmar aimed towards better understanding the environmental controls on groundwater quality (especially related to geogenic trace contaminants such as arsenic), identifying barriers to effective remediation, and developing improved decision support systems for groundwater remediation, with an aim to improve access to safer and more sustainable drinking water supplies. Dr. Laura Richards is a Dame Kathleen Ollerenshaw Fellow in the Department of Earth and Environmental Sciences at the University of Manchester.  

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