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The European Geosciences Union is the leading organisation for Earth, planetary and space science research in Europe. : Vienna | 3–8 May 2020
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EGU 12h
'There is no silver lining': why fires are a glimpse of our future, from
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EGU 13h
What is it like transitioning to different scientific disciplines? 'Moving to a new branch of science is scary, but learning new skills and collaborating with different colleagues can be exhilarating, Julie Gould discovers.' via
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EGU 14h
Thousands of are ravaging the rainforest in Brazil - the most intense blazes for almost a decade. So what's actually happening and how bad are the fires? digs into the details:
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EGU 15h
As oceans warm, some tropical are seeking refuge in cooler waters, recent research finds. 'With coral on the move, the map of the world’s reef-building tropical coral is being redrawn.' -
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Bjerknessenteret 17h
Say hello to the new journal Weather and Climate Dynamics! Congratulations to all involved, and especially for our new editor, prof Camille Li and :)
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Daniela Domeisen 17h
Very excited to serve as a co-editor on this new open access journal, weather and climate dynamics ()! Looking forward to your submissions on atmospheric dynamics research on all time and length scales! No processing charges during the launch!
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EGU 16h
are burning in the Brazil’s rainforest at their highest rate in years, according to new research. 'The blazes are so large and intense that their smoke has wafted thousands of miles to the Atlantic Coast..' -
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Matt Priestley 17h
New great looking journal on Dynamics of the atmosphere, even better that it's open access !
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EGU 17h
A fast-moving that broke out on Thursday in northern has forced the evacuation of nearly 4,000 residents, racing across at least 600 acres within just a few hours, officials say. via
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EGU 18h
Congratulations to this year's honorees! Thank you to all the awarded scientists, leaders, educators, journalists, and communicators, who promote Earth, planetary and space science for the benefit of humanity. via
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EGU 19h
Introducing the newest member of our open-access : Weather and Climate Dynamics! Scientists are welcome to submit their research to the journal via its website: . Article processing charges are currently waived.
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EGU 20h
"Baking is like science, in that you fail at stuff and you learn from it, and always ask questions." Former contestants Rahul Mandal and Chuen-Yan Tsou share why being a scientist is an advantage in the tent: via
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EGU 21h
'How do you deal with bad co-authors (i.e. people who make writing papers more complicated and unpleasant than it needs to be) that are also senior scientists?' The Sassy Scientist gives his two cents on managing inactive co-authors:
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EGU 22h
The EGU science-policy pairing scheme with MEP is your chance to experience the daily work of an MEP and the role of science in policymaking! Read more about the and how to apply (deadline 6 September):
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EGU 23h
Climate change is happening, and faster then we’d like to think, but how does this play a role in the scientific community and What actions can we take as scientists? Nicolas Coltice () writes for the :
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EGU 24h
Fires are burning in Brazil's rainforest at one of the fastest paces in years. Most of the have been set by farmers clearing their land, reports
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EGU Aug 22
A recent study provides new clues to source of methane gas on , from :
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EGU Aug 22
Nearly 200 US cities have seen an increase in the number of days each year that soar beyond a heat index of 90F (32.2C) or higher, according to an analysis of the last four decades. via
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EGU Aug 22
Hundreds of have burned millions of acres of forest in Alaska, northern Canada and Siberia. discusses the impact that these fires have on the Earth's atmosphere.
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EGU Aug 22
"Ten things I learnt from conducting research in three different countries.." It’s crucial to make time for the little things, and to attempt a healthy work–life balance, says Elisabeth Kugler. via
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