GeoLog

GeoLog

Written Feedback on the EGU GA 2010

In addition to the usual summing up and evaluation meetings for the European Geosciences Union General Assembly 2010, this year there is the possibility of submitting feedback online.

If you have questions, suggestions please visit the form and fill it in.

This is a ‘quick’ mechanism for giving feedback that will go directly to the EGU GA 2010 programme chair, and will be collated and discussed amongst the programme committee and Copernicus. This form is not intended for specific suggestions for new scientific sessions at the EGU GA 2011 (this can go through the specific programme group, when the call for sessions comes out later in 2010), but rather everything else [the general infrastructure of the General Assembly, outreach suggestions, suggestions for more dynamic general meeting, etc.]

JAH

Tuesday evening at EGU GA 2010

In addition to the medal talks and poster authors in attendance during time block 5 (17:30-19:00) several other events are going on this evening at the EGU GA 2010.

Three Townhall Meetings:
TM1 “The International Geosciences Initiative” in Room D, 17:30-19:00.
TM2 “Implementing the INSPIRE European Directive in a geosciences perspective” in Room 6, 19:00-20:00.
TM3 “Joint IODP ICDP Townhall meeting” in Room 1, 19:00-20:00.

There is a special Climate division session CL00 “Trapped gases in ice cores and the carbon cycle : a tribute to Jean-Marc Barnola’s contribution” in Room 15, 18:30-20:10.

A keynote lecture: “Earth Observation from Space” by Robert Meisner in Room 12, 17:30-19:00.

Tuesday at EGU GA 2010

Special Events at the European Geosciences Union General Assembly 2010 on Tuesday, 4th May include 13 Medal Lectures and a Great Debate. Details can be found on the insert card provided with your name badge or on the EGU GA 2010 website.

JAH

EGU Today Online Link

Each day EGU Today is available online as well as the paper copy handed out in the morning at the European Geosciences Union General Assembly, it can be found on the EGU Media site.

JAH