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Continental drift in academia

Continental drift in academia

After spending about three decades in the hustle-bustle of Asian megacities, I landed up in a quiet European town to continue my research work as a postdoc. When you know you will not meet your family soon in person, you know that you will not get the food you love and, the climate that has guided you in the sun and shadow will be very different; you may expect a life struggle. Yet, people have di ...[Read More]

The Deccan Chronicle: Plume or no-Plume? Perspective from a Deccan dyke swarm

The Deccan Chronicle: Plume or no-Plume? Perspective from a Deccan dyke swarm

Deccan volcanism is one of the landmark events in India’s geodynamical history. Yet, its origin is still under debate regarding its association with the Réunion plume.  In this week’s news and views, Ayanangshu Das, a PhD student at the Indian Institute of Science Education and Research (IISER), Bhopal, explains their recent study to understand the emplacement mechanism by observing the magm ...[Read More]

Join the EGU GD social media team!

Join the EGU GD social media team!

Join our enthusiastic team of social media managers!    We are looking for new people who are interested in joining an enthusiastic team of young researchers to help manage the EGU Geodynamics social media platforms (Facebook and/or Twitter) for the new academic year. This is an excellent opportunity for early-career researchers to expand their scientific circle while working within the EGU G ...[Read More]