Hello, welcome, or welcome back!
As of today ERE Matters, the blog of the Energy, Resources and Environment Division has been added to the EGU Blogs family 😀 (we thought about bringing cake, but that turned out to be a logistic distaster…)
For some of you, we are the new kid on the block, but we actually have been around already for a few months! So please, join us for your regular dose of all ERE Matters!
PS. to all our followers (we know who you are!): ERE Matters will remain active for the next year, but this will be our new location as of now, so we didn’t abandon you and we hope you come to visit us here too 🙂
Suzanne Hangx is a post-doctoral researcher at the High Pressure and Temperature Laboratory of Utrecht University, the Netherlands. Her research focusses on fluid-rock interactions and how they affect the mechanical properties of rocks. By breaking rocks on a (more or less) day-to-day basis, she aims to make a contribution to potential solutions of societally relevant earth scientific issues, such as subsurface CO2 storage or surface subsidence induced by hydrocarbon or groundwater pumping. Suzanne is currently the Subsurface Officer of the Energy, Resources and Environment (ERE) Division of the European Geosciences Union (EGU).