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EGU
European Geosciences Union is the leading organisation for Earth, planetary & space science research in Europe Online 10-5 CET Mo-Fr | 25-30 April 2021
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Geoscientists from diverse backgrounds face many challenges during fieldwork, but there is much that can be improved to help. Joshua Anadu & outline 10 steps institutions can take to protect their staff & students, for
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EGU announced that our General Assembly is going online again as - so what do you need to know about registration, abstracts & some of the hundreds of cool sessions? have you covered with their guide to Gather Online! Read more:
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Recently swept out of the Atlantic causing devastation everywhere it made landfall, but what can climate models help us to understand about the increasing of severity and frequency of Atlantic hurricanes? explains for
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Inspired by the Must read papers series, are this week launching their own series of must read papers! They are seeking nominations of important papers in , , and . Find out more:
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This month's Journal Watch image is for an paper by Mariela Perignon et al about how can help identify features in a & improve predictions of how natural/anthropogenic process influence change. Read more:
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This week on the series, some wonderful in a sunset, photographed by John Counts, that demonstrate the way that sediments move through the various stages of the rock cycle. Read more:
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Our General Assembly in 2021, , will offer a full range of sessions and activities to help you engage, discover, inspire others - and find inspiration, too! More information, including our special reduced registration fees, here:
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EGU 7h
You have probably heard of using tree rings to work out the age of a tree, but did you know that you can also study the layers of ice at the edge of a to learn more about it? guest blogger explains.. Read more:
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Have you never heard about technology for underground flooded mines? 🤖 Check this publication about in our Special Issue 2020
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What if you are in translation? Want to know more about and ? Check our new blog post written by
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EGU Atmospheric Sci 19h
Congrats Thanos! It has always been our great pleasure to have you as our division president :)).
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This week the Sassy Scientist tackles the challenging topic of preparing for your PhD viva whilst remote working... preparing your technology is important, but do you also have a good background? Read more:
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Iron hydroxide is something very familiar to all of us, from the red hues of to the rust on iron railings, but now for the 1st time a researcher has observed the way that begins to form reports Brandie Jefferson for
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EGU Nov 25
Every 26 seconds across the world detect a pulse, echoing through the Earth. These microseisms have been detected ever since the early 1960s, but what are they? Anna Funk investigates for
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EGU Nov 25
is mostly known by many people as the planet closest to our Sun, but this small, mysterious planet has many secrets that researchers like Nicola Tosi from , guest blogger for , are impatient to discover! Read more:
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EGU Nov 25
Do you struggle with as a researcher? Following up on her contribution to the short course Jean Holloway discusses her experiences of anxiety as well as how she manages it, in this weeks . Read more:
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EGU Nov 25
This week on the of the month, the team are looking at the 30 October magnitude 7.0 event, that occurred in the Aegean Sea, between the cities of Samos in Greece and Izmir in Turkey. Read more:
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EGU Nov 25
Are you looking for some socializing this festive season? Want to mingle with other interested people? Why not join us for an EGU Festive Happy Hour on Thursday 17 December at 17.00CET! More information and register:
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EGU Nov 25
How can and help researchers during a pandemic? On this week, guest bloggers , and discuss how open science can help researchers overcome barriers in challenging times. Read more:
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EGU Nov 25
Huge congratulations to our Division President, Athanasios Nenes () who became an Fellow () and was named one of 's () on the SAME DAY!
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