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European Geosciences Union is the leading organisation for Earth, planetary & space science research in Europe Online 9.00-18.00CET Mo-Fr | 25-30Apr 2021
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A who's interesting journey did not end when it impacted with the Earth around 17,000 years ago, the Tomanowos meteorite has quite a story to tell reports Daniel Garcia-Castellanos for
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This month on the for the network, stories relating to and knowledge and science integration. Read more:
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Mesoscale eddies are swirling vortices of ocean water ~100 km in size, that occur all over the world, but a big mystery about these eddies is why they always disappear at western ocean boundaries! explains in this week's :
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Are you interested in the intersection of science & policy? Want to learn more about how to get your research to the policymakers who need it? Apply now to be a part of EGU's Pairing Scheme!! Deadline is this Friday, 7 August!
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We are looking for a Treasurer! The EGU Council is looking for a new Treasurer to join us, to help EGU continue to run as a member-led organisation. For more information about this position & how to apply/nominate someone by 15 September, visit
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Do you have an idea for a or , but need some additional funding to run it? EGU is currently accepting applications for financial support until 14 August 2020! Check here for more information:
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Our first article on mesoscale eddies and why they disappear at ocean western boundaries was published on our new
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Happy Birthday ! Over on the Derya Gürer describes the life and work of this amazing woman who painstakingly mapped the world's ocean floors by hand, using depth sounding data, over 60 years ago! Read more:
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Have you ever wondered about the inside of the planet , how it is similar or different to the inside of our planet? On the this week Ana-Catalina Plesa explains some of the mysteries of the Red Planet! Read more:
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Myanmar's mines, which produce up to 70% of the world's jade, are plagued with deadly . Recently an estimated 200 miners died in the largest mine in Kachin State, northern Myanmar. Soe Soe Htoon and Rebecca Henschke report for
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The global death toll from will continue to increase as temperatures rise, and could overtake the current number of deaths from all infectious diseases combined a new study has found, reports for
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How will the COVID19 crisis affect the international food trade and resources? Carole Dalin explores this question for , in the network. Read more:
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Good question! 'Should I perform my research with an in-house code, an open source code or a commercial code?’ Read what the Sassy Scientist has to say about it
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Is there a positive side to fault systems and earthquakes? guest blogger Afroz Shah thinks there is and explains over on the this week. Read more:
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We are pleased to announce our 2020 science-policy event: ‘Integrating science into the EU ’ to be held in collaboration with ! This year’s event will be hosted online so everyone can join! Find out more and register here:
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revolutionised the way we understand our planet, thanks to her incredible maps of the ocean floor. Now, at the centennial of her birth, find out what she means to a whole new group of ! Read more in the :
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Do you work in in ? Want to know more about EGU funding or training? On 17 August at 16:00CEST our Education Committee is holding a webinar to let you know all about it! Find out more: Register now:
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Are you interested in the intersection of science & policy? Want to learn more about how to get your research to the policymakers who need it? Apply now to be a part of EGU's Pairing Scheme!! Deadline is this Friday, 7 August!
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Chloe Hill Aug 4
Don't miss your chance to be part of science-policy pairing scheme and work with Member of the European Parliament and her team for a week! The application deadline is only 3 days away! Learn more & apply here:
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