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Women in Geodesy: Veronique Dehant
A few weeks ago we talked with Anny Cazenave, the first Vening-Meinesz medallist, about her view on being a women in science. But, she wasn’t the only influential women in Geodesy that received the Vening-Meinesz medal from the EGU. In 2003, Véronique Dehant was awarded with the Vening-Meinesz medal in recognition of her outstanding contributions to the study of nutations of the Earth ...[Read More]
Women in Geodesy: Anny Cazenave
After introducing famous women in the history of Geodesy last month, we now turn to influential women in Geodesy who have received the prestigious Vening-Meinesz medal of the EGU. We have asked the first female receipient of the Vening-Meinesz medal, Anny Cazenave, about her view and story of being a women in science. She gave us inspiring answers to our questions. Would you like to ...[Read More]
Geodesy Division Year In Review 2022
Hi EGU Community! With the first blog post of 2023, we want to look back at what happened in the G Division during the last year and give an outlook on what you can expect for the new year! Looking back on 2022 G Division at the General Assembly After two years of online-only general assemblies (GAs), in 2022 the GA switched to a hybrid format with an in-person part in Vienna and online participa ...[Read More]