Climate: Past, Present & Future

Life of a Climate Scientist

Life of a Climate Scientist

Dear readers of the EGU Climate: Past, present and future blog. We hope you are having a good start to the New Year. Last year we faced a multitude of challenges due to the pandemic. Hopefully, by the end of 2021, the vaccination campaign will help combat the pandemic, and allow us to go back to some semblance of normality; fingers crossed!

About Climate scientists

Climate scientists investigate Earth’s Climate at local, regional and global scales utilizing a wide variety of tools. The field covers a broad range of scientists from oceanographers to field geologists, hydrogeologists, modelers, meteorologists, glaciologist, and more!

About the new blog series ‘Life of a Climate Scientist.’

Life of a Climate Scientist is a new blog series started by the EGU Climate Division. The main focus of this series is to provide a platform for climate scientists to tell their stories of life in research. We will be covering a wide-range of subjects, from their scientific endeavors and maintaining work-life balance to challenges they have faced during their career path and the pandemic. Several candidates have already agreed to share their stories, and we are excited to present them to you! If you are interested in sharing yours, please contact Ichiko Sugiyama ( for more information. We are currently planning on publishing our first article in a few weeks, so stay tuned!

She is a Ph.D. candidate in the field of biogeochemistry at the Weizmann Institute of Science, and part of the editorial team for the EGU climate division blog. Her research combines experiments and models to understand the ancient marine iron cycle.

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