Geochemistry, Mineralogy, Petrology & Volcanology

EGU24 Monday Highlights

EGU24 Monday Highlights

And finally, EGU24 is officially starting!! We waited one year, and now we can meet again our colleagues from all around the world, ready to talk about Science!

Be ready to start the GA at 8.30 with one of the Short Courses organized by part of our ECS Team, on How to establish and grow your scientific network. Tips and tricks on how to establish, grow and maintain your scientific network will be shared, and you will hear from panelists sharing their own personal experience in networking. On a more scientific note, you can learn more about Geochronology and Sustainability in mining starting from 8.30 am.

After our first break of the week, why not to visit the poster session about Volcanic degassing, where you can find interesting presentation, like the one of Maja Rüth that tries to resolve the Volcanic Ozone Enigma. The orals of this session will be on Tuesday 16th at 16.00.

After lunch, be ready to Solve geoscience problems using mineralogy (GMPV2.1), where you can find talks on decomposed zircons, Spectroscopy on Mars and many others!

At the same time, another interesting interdisciplinary session will take place, focusing on the life cycle of pyrite: from formation to dissolution(ERE4.8/GMPV5/OS3). Here, we can for instance learn from pyrite about about the hydrogeology of argillaceous formations from Marie Bonitz at 15.05.

The day is almost ending, but you can still visit the PICO session about the origin and evolution of deep-seated mantle melts and their interaction with the lithosphere, starting from 16.15 till 18:00 (GD2.1/GMPV10).

Last but not least, if you are a first time attendee at the GA, feel free to join the First-time Attendee Networking event, that will take place at the PICO spot 1 starting from 18:00 till 19:00.

Now, after this busy day, it’s time to rest and get ready for tomorrow! And enjoy #EGU24!


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Simona Gabrielli is a geophysicist working on attenuation tomography and surficial geology interactions in volcanic settings (e.g. Mount St. Helens)

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