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7th Young Geomorphologists’ Day in Naples/ Italy

The Italian Young Geomorphologists represented by Irene Bollati (front row, green jacket) and Francesca Vergari invite you to join their event in June 2017. Group shot taken during the fieldtrip in Sardinia at the 6th Young Geomorphologists’ Day in 2015

IMPORTANT NOTICE! All those who tried to subscribe to the VII Young Geomorphologists Day 2017, should re-send all the documentation to the mail address convaigeonapoli17@gmail.com because of technical problems that are now fixed!

We are glad to invite You to the “7th Young Geomorphologists’ Day” that will be held in Naples (Italy) on 15th-16th June 2017

The main topic is “Innovative technologies for monitoring and digitally modeling past and present geomorphological processes”.

During the first day there will be the Oral and Poster Session.

During the second day a fieldtrip including a short course on monitoring systems for submerged and emerged sandy beach monitoring is organized.

All the information (timetable, registration form etc.) are available here!!!

Waiting for your participation, we remain at disposal for all the information you need (italianyounggeomorphologists@gmail.com)

– Irene Bollati, University degli Studi in Milan

& Francesca Vergari, University “La Sapienza” in Rome –

The Real Museo Mineralogico in Naples, location of the first day of the Congress.

The Garigliano River Mouth and sandy coast, where the fieldtrip of the second day will take place.

EGU mentoring programme 2017

 – by Susanne Buiter TS Division President –

EGU is launching a mentoring programme at its 2017 General Assembly for
novice conference attendees, students, and early career scientists. The
programme aims to facilitate new connections that may lead to long-term
professional relationships within the Earth, planetary and space science
communities. We anticipate the programme to be a rewarding experience for both mentees and mentors, so do consider signing up: We need both mentees and mentors.  

More information is at:
[http://www.egu.eu/outreach/mentoring/]
and the link to the registration form is:
[https://www.egu.eu/outreach/mentoring/registration/]

11th Intern. Young Geomorphologists’ Workshop 2017, 19.-21. May 2017, Ammersee, Germany

Group picture of the 2016 Young Geomorphologists’ workshop in Werbellinsee (pictures taken by Kristen Cook and Christoph Kappler)

This year, the Young Geomorphologists from Germany invite all interested young researchers / students in geomorphology and related fields to join the 11th international Young Geomorphologists’ workshop at Ammersee, Germany, held from 19th-21st May 2017. The venue is located at a lake ca. 1 hour southwest of Munich. In a mixture of oral presentations, posters, a keynote and a short fieldtrip, we will have the opportunity to discuss in an open and informal environment.

The workshop fee will be ~50 € for full board. Please fill out the application form and send it to jgtreffen@googlemail.com until Sunday, 2nd of April. We will send you an e-mail until April 15, 2017 to let you know if you can participate. This e-mail will include all further details and the account information for the workshop fee. The number of participants is limited to c. 55 this year.

For further information, please have a look at the flyer.

From process to signal – A Galileo conference on environmental seismology (6-9 June 2017)

Galileo flyer cover image 2

I would like to draw your attention to the EGU Galileo conference (http://www.egu.eu/meetings/galileo-conferences/):

“From Process to Signal – Advancing Environmental Seismology” 

taking place in Ohlstadt, Bavaria, Germany from 6-9 June 2017.

The workshop is orgnized by a team from the GFZ Potsdam (Jens Turowski, Michael Dietze, and Anne Schöpa), and aims to discuss the current use of seismic techniques in the study of the Earth’s surface and the processes that act upon it, a field that is collectively refered to as ‘Environmental Seismology’. In a series of keynote lectures, the state of the art will be surveyed. Presentations by attendees will address the breadth and novelties of current research. Individual break-out groups will discuss pressing scientific issues in small workshops. All scientists are invited who currently use seismic techniques to study geomorphological processes, the cryosphere, the weather, the shallow subsurface and other phenomena at or near the Earth’s surface. Also, those who are interested in the potential of seismic techniques and would like to link with the pioneering community or who wish to use seismic approaches in future are more than welcome to join.

Abstract submission is open from now until March 13, 2017. Please see the EnviroSeis website for details about the slightly different flavour of abstract handling and workshop activities.

Find out more about the event from Jens Turowski (turowski@gfz-potsdam.de), and feel free do distribute the flyer.

 

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