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Geochemistry, Mineralogy, Petrology & Volcanology

Geochemistry, Mineralogy, Petrology & Volcanology

vEGU21: Monday GMPV highlights

vEGU21: Monday GMPV highlights

Welcome to vEGU21 week 2! If you are a GMPVer, this will be a solid and interesting week of presentations. Each presenter will talk for two minutes, then there will be breakout text chats, and simultaneous live video chats. So be ready to be thinking about 7 things at once… No idea where to go or what to do? Try out this itinerary (all times in CEST): After a hearty breakfast of whatever you ...[Read More]

Geology Bites. – Podcast conversations about Geology

Geology Bites. – Podcast conversations about Geology

Podcast conversations about geology with researchers making key contributions to our understanding of the Earth and the Solar System   Since you are reading an EGU Blog, you must already know how remarkable the field of geology is. The subject matter stretches the imagination – with its almost cosmological timescales, processes operating on scales from the atomic to the continental, and unima ...[Read More]

Interview with an ECR AGU2020 Convener – Dr. Penny Wieser

Interview with an ECR AGU2020 Convener – Dr. Penny Wieser

A few months ago, after AGU2020, I had the opportunity to interview Dr. Penny Wieser. Penny is an igneous petrologist and volcanologist with broad research interests and a substantial scientific record. Upon obtaining the undergraduate and masters degree in Earth Sciences at the University of Oxford, she pursued a PhD at the University of Cambridge, which was finished last year. She is now a post- ...[Read More]

GMPV ECS online talks: Wednesday 19th May 3pm CEST

GMPV ECS online talks: Wednesday 19th May 3pm CEST

The 10th edition  the Geochemistry, Mineralogy, Petrology and Volcanology Division’s early career scientists talks (EGU campfires) will be on Wednesday 19th May 3pm CEST. Our speakers are: Mallika Jonnalagadda (Assistant Professor @ Savitribai Phule Pune University) – Geodynamic evolution of the mafic-ultramafic rocks of Spontang Ophiolite Complex, Ladakh NW Himalaya, India Jonas Biren (PhD studen ...[Read More]