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THE LOGO


The logo of the ISGSD has been created as a symbol of cooperation around water and more specifically groundwater. The bottom blue band depicts the clean water, while the lighter blue tone represents water whose quality and quantity is uncertain. The circle in the centre of the logo symbolizes the emergence of a global society that is concerned with the water resources of the earth and more specifically the groundwater resources. In other words, it symbolizes a platform for global cooperation. The four-armed star depicts the issues of sustainability of groundwater for multiple uses. Further, this four armed star also symbolizes the cooperation among the fellow members across the globe including the north–south and east–west.






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5 th INTERNATIONAL CONGRESS
"ARSENIC IN THE ENVIRONMENT"


As-2014
Buenos Aires, Argentina
May 11–16, 2014


One century of the discovery of arsenicosis in Latin America

 www.as2014.com.ar

 
Past Congresses:
4 th INTERNATIONAL CONGRESS
"ARSENIC IN THE ENVIRONMENT"


As-2012
July 23-27, 2012
Cairns, Australia


Understanding the medical-geological interface of arsenic
www.as2012.com.au
2010 3rd International Congress
"Arsenic in the geosphere
and human diseases"


Tainan, Taiwan
Program/Abstract Volume
Report

2008 2nd International Congress
"Arsenic: From Nature
to Human"


Valencia, Spain
Report

2006 1st International Congress
"Natural Arsenic in
Groundwater of Latin America"

Mexico City, Mexico
More Info >>
Program/Abstract Volume
 
Book series
"ARSENIC IN THE ENVIRONMENT"
Volume 1:
Natural Arsenic in Groundwaters of Latin America (2009)
Editors: J. Bundschuh, M.A. Armienta, P. Birkle, Prosun Bhattacharya, J. Matschullat & A.B. Mukherjee
Volume 2:
The Global Arsenic Problem: Challenges for Safe Water Production (2010))
Editors: N. Kabay, J. Bundschuh, B. Hendry, M. Bryjak, K. Yoshizuka, P. Bhattacharya & S. Anac
Volume 3:
The Taiwan Crisis: a Showcase of the Global Arsenic Problem (2010)
Authors: J.-S. Jean, J. Bundschuh, C.-J. Chen, H.-W. Guo, C.-W. Liu, T.-F. Lin & Y.-H. Chen
Volume 4:
Arsenic: Natural and Anthropogenic (2011)
Editors: E. Deschamps & J. Matschullat
Volume 5:
Arsenic Geochemistry (Dec. 2011)
Authors: D.K. Nordstrom & H.E. Jamieson



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