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The European Geosciences Union is an interdisciplinary, non-profit association dedicated to the promotion of the geosciences. : Vienna | 3–8 May 2020
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EGU 6h
What we know—and what we don't—about the science of : Here's how scientists are probing the mysteries of violent twisters: via
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EGU 7h
Legacy of lunar data: why the Apollo mission data gathered remain the most valuable information we have about the history of the — and the solar system: via
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EGU 8h
Communities of zooplankton – microscopic drifting animals that underpin marine ecosystems – are migrating poleward in response to , a study finds. via
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EGU 9h
Could a in California be linked to a drought in the Midwest? A recent study finds that regions may fall victim to water scarcity, like dominos toppling down a line. via
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Jesse Zondervan 9h
Climate change: to mitigate or to adapt? Managing disaster: Cyclone Fani in India, a stronger Atlantic hurricane season. That and more in my May 2019
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EGU 10h
'Predicting when a will next blow is tricky business, but lessons we learned from one of Hawaii’s recent eruptions may help' via
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EGU 11h
from remote Arctic Canada could push back the first known appearance of to about one billion years ago — more than 500 million years earlier than scientists had expected. via
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EGU 12h
doesn't need our microbes: How to keep the Red Planet pristine, via
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EGU 13h
How old and new technology are coloring in life’s prehistoric palette: via
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EGU 14h
Science in : by the numbers 'The region already hosts some of the world’s leading scientific countries, and some of its smaller states are quickly catching up.' via
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EGU 15h
The Northern Hemisphere experienced surface winter warming following the 1991 eruption of Mt. Pinatubo. However, new evidence suggests that the two events were unrelated. via
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Jonathan Bamber 15h
This is an article Michael Oppenheimer and I wrote that summarises some of the key messages from our PNAS paper: Climate change: sea level rise could displace millions of people within two generations via
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EGU 16h
It's time to nominate candidates for EGU awards and medals! Don't forget to submit your nominations by 15 June. More details available online:
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EGU 17h
Glaciers and ice sheets in Antarctica have thinned dramatically over the past quarter-century, leaving 24% of the ice in the western part of the continent seriously weakened and in danger of collapse. via
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EGU 18h
A new report warns that ice loss from Antarctica and Greenland could cause far more sea level rise than previously thought: via
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EGU 19h
'From Doggerland to Beringia, the sea took some of prehistory’s most important archaeological sites. All over the world, scientists are beginning to find them again.' via
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EGU May 22
Training 's first lunar scientists: via 'Without geologists, the Apollo missions might have been little more than rocket ship stunts.'
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EGU May 22
Mud on the move: how powerful submarine flows known as turbidity currents are starting to give up their secrets. via
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EGU May 22
now: a panel of scientists votes to to designate a new geologic epoch, reports: Atomic Age would mark the start of the current geologic time unit, if proposal receives final approval.
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EGU May 22
How will explorers stop earthly viruses infecting the red planet? via
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