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JaninaBoesken May 7
Don't miss out on our wonderful session tomorrow 'Integrating stratigraphy, sedimentology, paleoclimate and human evolution in and out of Africa?' 8:30-12:30 Friday. I am excitedly lookig forward to read you all in the chat!
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Alice-Agnes Gabriel May 7
Thanks to all the ~150 participants from various time zones attending session SM2.1 for discussing source imaging & modeling this morning! All 20 so far uploaded displays can be further discussed at
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Roberto Basili May 7
Read this already made my day! 😃
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Tiffany Napier, PhD May 8
Worth seeing this again (or for the first time, if you're like me). Thanks
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Gemma Coxon May 7
Our large sample hydrology chat session for will start tomorrow morning at 8.30AM CEST. Come join us for data galore!
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Mariette Vreugdenhil May 6
If you want to see some of the latest research on Remote sensing of interactions between vegetation and hydrology...​ Join our chat session at tomorrow from 08:30h - 10:15h!
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Michael Cranston May 27
The recent was a huge success, here’s a convener’s summary of our session on operational forecasting and warning from 🇳🇿 🇸🇪 🇳🇱 🏴󠁧󠁢󠁳󠁣󠁴󠁿
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Alberto Montanari May 8
I have no words to make a summary of . EGU has been able to bring Vienna in my home, along with amazing science! Everything is still there in , please continue to comment. Thanks to all attendants, conveners, organizers!!
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HannesSchmidt May 6
Dear friends, make sure to join our live chat on plant-microbe-soil interactions at tomorrow Thursday, 8:30-10:15 am (CET). With
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Roberto Basili May 7
better late than never... just uploaded my presentation for on the European Fault-Source Model (EFSM20) for the 2020 update of the European Seismic Hazard Model (ESHM20) in Session NH4.1 tomorrow afternoon 👉
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Ian Stevens May 7
Set your alarm clocks bright and early tomorrow (8:30 CET; 7:30 UK 😳) to come along to CR5.8 () and chat about weathering crust microbes with me, and a bunch of other exciting glacial hydrology! (1/2)
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Sian Henley May 28
Check out this blog post on our work on and in sea-going oceanography, presented at by !
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EGU GI Division May 12
6 Short Courses given during can be now watched free of charge on the EGU YouTube channel!
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Christopher Jackson May 17
👋🏾 Into rifting? Comments are still welcome on our presentations entitled: "Do pre-existing basement structures influence the geometry and growth of normal faults and rifts?".
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Ollie Francis May 7
Join us tomorrow at 10:45 CEST (9:45 BST) for our session; GM3.7 The processes and timescales of sediment production, transport and deposition from source to sink. We have 15 excellent presentations so it will be busy!
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Miriam Rengel May 5
Great display at "EGU2020: Sharing Geoscience Online" led by on "Participation of women scientists in ESA Solar System missions: an historical trend". You can have a look to our display, and post a comment until 31 May 2020.
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Jodie Fisher May 5
Our session EOS6.2 is up and running! 57 users in the chat so far and we are discussing some fantastic initiatives and studies. There is still time to come and chat with me and the geocommunity
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Helen Glaves May 8
is over and I am so proud of what we achieved thanks to an extraordinary effort by everyone concerned and phenomenal support from participants, conveners and authors......until next time!!
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Dr Ashish A Malik May 7
This was going to be my first invited conference talk.. chat begins now for session on terrestrial biogeochemical cycles & climate change
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Girls on Ice Switzerland May 6
Amazing to have been part of the session on empowering women in geosciences! So many great projects all around the world and great discussions! Here you'll find the session and presentations:
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