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Annales Geophysicae 3 May 18
A year of changes: the transition to an interactive journal, new subject areas - and now we are officially on twitter! We are happy to share our latest discussion papers, journal articles, and news with you.
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Copernicus 9 Apr 18
We are happy to celebrate another anniversary this year: Atmospheric Measurement Techniques was launched 10 years ago. Join us in celebrating this event today, 19:00, PICO spot 5a
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INGEOSOLUM 26 Oct 17
monitoring of small alpine – validity, precision and limitations.
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EGU TS Division Jul 20
RT EGU_SEarth "RT EuroGeosciences: First evidence of active transpressive surface faulting at the front of the eastern Southern : insight on the 1511 seismotectonics. New EGU_SEarth study: "
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Copernicus Jun 8
This year we celebrate the with a special appreciation of the Ocean Science… and with a sponsoring of the conference
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Copernicus Apr 10
Are you an editor of who couldn't attend the hands-on workshop on Tuesday? Join us for another one today at 14:00, room 3.29.
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Carbonergy 22 Apr 18
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INGEOSOLUM 12 Dec 17
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TIB AV-Portal 30 Nov 17
Measuring discrete gas samples on an isotopic laser-absorbtion gas analyser at ISOFYS : a video abstract of article
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EGU Nov 30
What can seabirds tell us about the tide? A new study from shows the potential of using seabirds to measure currents and pinpoint good sources of tidal energy.
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Olivia Trani Oct 4
aerosols linger longer than expected, according to new research published in
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EGU Nov 29
New analysis of -bearing deep-sea sediment shows significant changes in the global burial rate over the last glacial cycle. via
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EGU Jun 17
A new method for sampling atmospheric volatile organic compounds using drone technology: check out one of the latest from
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Copernicus Nov 7
13 out of 18 and can be found in the overview of 700 influential journals provided by which aims to help researchers to find a suitable journal
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PROSNOW 6 Feb 18
Probably the first in-depth scientific study on , combining observations and , produced by the team involved in . Congrats on the first peer-reviewed publication !
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EGU Jun 13
The Bortoluzzi Mud (Ionian Sea, Italy) and its potential for tracking the cycle of active faults - the latest from :
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EGU Jun 5
New : Telling the boiling frog what he needs to know: why risks should be plotted as probability over time - from
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Copernicus Apr 10
We are happy to celebrate the inauguration of the newest . Are you attending ? Don't miss the journal reception at the booth, Hall X2, today at 18:00.
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HydroInformed Nov 7
RT : RT : A 100,000+ year ice age in less than 2 minutes? Check out this great visual history of glaciation in the . You can find the study via
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CRAI BIBGEO UB-CSIC 🌏 Aug 22
🌏 TELLUS is out! with geology and ocean sciences news shared by 👉
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