Our Editor, Ben Fisher, writes about his experience as an observer at COP26 and the representation of biogeosciences in the negotiation area. I was extremely fortunate to have the opportunity attend the second week of COP26 as a delegate of the Scientific Committee on Antarctic Research (SCAR). Having been a rather last minute addition to the attendance list (I found out I’d got credentials ...[Read More]
Write for the BG Blog!
We are delighted to be able to invite members of the Biogeosciences community to contribute to our division blog. This is a fantastic opportunity to share your research, fieldwork or opinion/comment piece. Our editors will work with you to perfect your posts and we will share the blog through our social media channels to ensure it reaches a wide audience. We will be accepting blog posts in the fol ...[Read More]
Looking back at our first BG campfire.
The BG division is extremely excited about including campfire events in our regular program. Campfires are informal events where we would like to bring together the biogeosciences community to discuss, learn or implement new ideas. To do so, we first wanted to know what the hottest topics are that interest our members. We celebrated the first BG campfire event last May 27th. It was an exciting mee ...[Read More]
Apply to become a BG Scientific Officer
Biogeosciences Division Structure During the last EGU Biogeosciences Division Meeting we revealed how the BG Division would evolve over the next 12 months with your support and guidance. The new BG structure will consist of eight sub-divisions illustrated below. This structure maintains the visibility, expertise and diversity of our Biogeosciences community whilst creating new thematics that provi ...[Read More]
From the forest to the ocean – get to know the new ECS representative team of the Biogeosciences division!
The Biogeosciences division is among the most diverse in the EGU, from marine and terrestrial sciences to extraterrestrial studies and remote sensing applications. Therefore, there is a need of a team of ECS representatives covering a wide range of research interests and topics. Do you want to know them? Elisabet Martínez-Sancho is a postdoctoral researcher at the Swiss Federal Insti ...[Read More]
World Ocean Day 2021!
Today (8th June) marks World Ocean Day, celebrated annually since 1992 World Ocean Day is a chance to celebrate the 71% of our planet covered by the Ocean and reflect on the actions we need to take to preserve this vital part of our Earth System. Each year, World Ocean Day has a different theme, this year the focus is on Life and Livelihoods, seeking to represent the interconnections between the O ...[Read More]
First BG Campfire with special guests from the Soil System Sciences Division!
We are excited to announce the 1st Biogeosciences Division Campfire event! The spirit of our campfire events is to bring together the biogeoscience community, irrespective of career stage, to discuss new BG research-relevant ideas and tools with one another. The aim of this welcoming, informal and inclusive BG virtual campfire will be to widen our research network and foster support within the BG ...[Read More]
Welcome to the vEGU21: BG events not miss
With the vEGU21 now officially started, apart from many interesting scientific sessions kicking off next Monday (26th April), the BG Division has prepared for you several events where you will have the opportunity to learn more about the Division, get to know who we are and what we do, network with the community and colleagues, and much more… We have picked a few highlights for you not to mi ...[Read More]
vEGU21 Short course in the spotlight: Meet and learn from Editors