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Geochemistry, Mineralogy, Petrology & Volcanology
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Franziska Keller

Franziska Keller is PhD student at the Institute for Geochemistry and Petrology, at ETH Zürich. Her current work focuses on the understanding of long-term petrological cycles in silicic calderas of Japan applying different petrological and geochronological techniques.

Sedimentary Rocks – Insight Into The Past And Future Climate

Sedimentary Rocks – Insight Into The Past And Future Climate

In the recent past, a lot of effort has been directed toward evaluating the consequences of the rapidly rising global temperatures. Among them, one very alarming consequence is ocean acidification (Fauville et al, 2012; Gatusso et al, 2015). Ocean acidification is the direct result of atmospheric CO2 increase caused in part by anthropogenic activities such as burning fossil fuels for energy activi ...[Read More]

EGU22: Friday Highlights

EGU22: Friday Highlights

Happy Friday! The last day of the #EGU22 has arrived! I really hope you had a great conference experience so far and we would be grateful if you would share your feedback here with us! But now some last tips on how to spend your last day of the general assembly. We hope you recovered already from our dinner yesterday, because Friday morning starts off quite intense right at 8:30 am. How about star ...[Read More]

EGU22: Thursday Highlights

Grand Prismatic Spring by David Mencin (via imaggeo.eu)

It’s Thursday! Many European countries would actually have a holiday today with a long morning in bed or a nice stroll around nature, but what is there that’s better than spending this day at the EGU conference center?! To help you make the best out of this holiday, we’ll give you some highlights of the day to navigate around! We suggest you to start your day early, there are some great sessions o ...[Read More]

What is the Imposter Phenomenon and what can we do about it?

What is the Imposter Phenomenon and what can we do about it?

“What am I doing here?”, “Am I really good enough for this job?”, or “I was lucky this time” are thoughts that have probably crossed the minds of most of the readers here at least at some point in their careers. Even though a healthy level of self-doubt is normal for everyone, these thoughts and especially the feeling of being a fraud, can be signs of the so called imposter “syndrome”. It is estim ...[Read More]