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The European Geosciences Union is an interdisciplinary, non-profit association dedicated to the promotion of the geosciences. : Vienna | 7–12 April 2019
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New research shows significant decline of glaciers in Western North America, via
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Parts of are facing some of the worst in decades. explains what's behind these conditions:
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A giant ice disk has formed on a river in northeastern US. How did it take shape? More from
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Severe spark population boom in fungi and bacteria, new research reports:
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Announcing the EGU General Assembly artists in residence: Morgane Merlin and Giorgo Skretisat! Read more about their work and plans for here:
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How much do European citizens know about space? surveyed 5,000 people in Europe’s five most populous countries to find out:
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A new study suggests that carbon-emitting volcanoes could give scientists insight into the long-term ecological impact of emissions:
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Calling all mentors! Are you a seasoned attendee of the EGU General Assembly? Why not sign up to the mentoring programme to share your expertise with first timers? Deadline 31 Jan.
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EGU 9h
Rising temperatures can be charted back to the late 1950s, and the last five years were the five hottest on record, reports
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Understanding how microbial communities change after a can help researchers to predict how an ecosystem will recover. via
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EGU 21h
"Trees are supposed to slow , but growing evidence suggests they might not always be saviours." via
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"Venezuelan researchers are struggling to save the scientific legacy of their country’s fast-melting ice." via
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In a new paper, scientists identify potential strategies for combating , reports
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A small green shoot is growing on the moon after a cotton seed germinated onboard the lander, scientists confirm. via
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EGU Jan 16
A new deal between Wiley and Project DEAL makes a large number of German studies free to public, reports:
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EGU Jan 16
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EGU Jan 16
New study shows that for every liter of freshwater a plant produces, 1.5 liters of brine are produced on average. via
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EGU Jan 16
"In Central Asia, a warming is shrinking the Tuyuksu glacier," reports . "Around the world, vanishing will mean less water for people and crops in the future."
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EGU Jan 16
"Pollution knows no borders." New research outlines how toxins travel from one part of the world to another, reports :
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EGU Jan 16
The latest from : new web-based tools for forecasting solar particle events and flares. via
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