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Happy blog birthday!

Happy blog birthday!

The EGU Geodynamics blog is 5 years old today! *throws confetti* Imagine being on the same contract in the same country for that long… Wow. Truly incredible. So let’s have a look at what we did over this past year of blogging. What did we do? Write and edit, mainly. I know – who’d’ve thought that is what editors do, right? But yes, writing and editing was done in abun ...[Read More]

Become the next EGU GD Science Officer!

Become the next EGU GD Science Officer!

The Geodynamics division at the European Geosciences Union is looking for two new Science Officers to join the EGU GD Programme Group. Come join us and help shape the future of EGU conferences! What is a Science Officer and what do they do? Science officers work together to design an exciting, diverse, broad, and inclusive geodynamics programme for the next EGU conference Serve as editors and/or r ...[Read More]

Journey of the Indian plate

Journey of the Indian plate

Plume craton interaction is a fascinating geological phenomenon. The Indian plate, which has experienced several plume eruptions underneath it, is one of the best locations to study the effect of plume craton interaction. In this week’s news and view, I will provide an overview of the controversy and hypotheses related to the plume craton interaction within the Indian plate since the mid-Cre ...[Read More]

Become the next Early Career Scientist Representative for the Geodynamics Division!

Become the next Early Career Scientist Representative for the Geodynamics Division!

The Geodynamics division of the European Geosciences Union is looking for a new Early Career Scientist representative (ECS Rep)! Our current ECS Rep (Anna Gülcher) will be stepping down at the EGU General Assembly 2022, which means that the amazing opportunity is open for you to take on this role! In this blog, Anna talks about the tasks involved in being an ECS Rep, the advantages of taking on th ...[Read More]