Erik Bjornstad is the technical information director for Bell Performance in Longwood, Florida, where he’s in charge of providing technical support and information to Bell Performance’s customers, distributors, and sales associates. His professional capacities revolve around two primary areas: (1) fuel treatment formulations and testing, and (2) development of technical literature and training to support Bell Performance’s wide range of treatments and problem-solving for all types of fuels. Bjornstad also writes and develops most of the articles for both the consumer and business arms of The Bell Performance Blog , a leading storehouse of fuel-related information that sees more than 50,000 web visitors per month. He obtained his . in chemistry at Lee University in Cleveland, Tennessee, and holds an MPH from the University of Tennessee, Knoxville.
IGRAC, the International Groundwater Resources Assessment Centre, is a UNESCO centre that works under auspices of WMO and is supported by the Government of The Netherlands. IGRAC specialises in regional- and transboundary -level assessment and monitoring of groundwater resources with a focus on managed aquifer recharge , groundwater governance and SIDS .
One of IGRAC’s flagship products is the Global Groundwater Information System ( GGIS ). It is a web-based Geographic Information System, which supports the storage, visualisation, analysis and sharing of groundwater data and information through map-based modules. The GGIS is a highly interactive system that can easily be enlarged with new thematic and/or regional (project) modules.