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Jonas Ardö and Markku Rummukainen were featured in SVT News and Forskning & Framsteg respectively.
By "The New York Herald" ("The New York Herald") [Public domain], via Wikimedia Commons
By "The New York Herald" ("The New York Herald") [Public domain], via Wikimedia Commons

Jonas Ardö, senior lecturer at our department, was interviewed by SVT News on the subject of NASA having mapped the world’s freshwater reserves using two satellites. “These satellites provide us with a global overview of the amount of water located underground, which is otherwise difficult to estimate”, he said.

Markku Rummukainen, professor, responded to a reader’s question in the Forskning & Framsteg. The reader asked how reduced sun activity could affect the Earth’s climate.

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