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Climate: Past, Present & Future

Ichiko Sugiyama

I am a Ph.D. candidate in the field of biogeochemistry at the Weizmann Institute of Science, and part of the outreach team for the EGU Climate Division. My research combines experiments and models to resolve problems surrounding the evolution of Earth’s biogeochemical cycles. Twitter: @FerrousChiko.

Don’t miss out on these awesome #EGU22 activities!

Don’t miss out on these awesome #EGU22 activities!

Dear climate enthusiasts, EGU lovers, and early/senior climate scientists, With #EGU22 approaching, we wanted to give you a quick overview of the great short courses and great debates that are planned for this years’ General Assembly! If you want to learn more about the scientific sessions offered, please have a look at our Seasonal love letter from December. Short Courses If you are about to fini ...[Read More]

Life of a Climate Scientists presents: Dr. Kaja Fenn

Life of a Climate Scientists presents: Dr. Kaja Fenn

About the 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 ...[Read More]