Eawag, the Swiss Federal Institute of Aquatic Science and Technology, is developing a global Groundwater Assessment Platform (GAP) with support from the Swiss Agency for Development and Cooperation (SDC). The platform, still under development, includes an online mapping tool and a Wiki database. Under GAP Maps you can view arsenic and fluoride hazard maps and overlay these maps with climate, geology, socioeconomic, soil, topography and water quality layers. GAP Wiki is a wikipage where you can find information on geogenic contamination and contribute your own article. The GAP team has started GAP Wiki with content from the Geogenic Contamination Handbook.
Eawag invites interested people to test the site at www.gapmaps.org and fill out the online survey (http://www.tinyurl.com/GAP2016) to help Eawag improving the site and adding features where necessary.
Any feedback is highly appreciated. For more details please contact Joel Podgorski, email@example.com.