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Fire impacts on Earth across space and time: a discussion-driven conference

Fire impacts on Earth across space and time: a discussion-driven conference

Earth is the only known planet with fire activity – everywhere else, there is not enough oxygen for this process to occur. Since fire appeared on Earth many millions of years ago, it has played a key role in the development of plant adaptation and the distribution of ecosystems. However, the natural occurrence of fire changed with the onset of human evolution. The purposeful use of fire for ...[Read More]

Ready to be a great conference presenter?

Ready to be a great conference presenter?

With the EGU General Assembly just around the corner, it’s time to pay special attention to how present your research, ideas, and messages to leave the best impression on a broad scientific community. However, it’s not always easy to stand out from the crowd at such big events and get people to notice you and remember your work. In the webinar organised by the ECS group of the EGU Natu ...[Read More]

We want you: New Science Officers seeking.

Interested in getting involved in shaping the EGU NH Division? Interested in having an active role during the organisation of the annual General Assembly?  Are you working in a field of research related to Natural Hazards? Then keep reading! Our Division is seeking new volunteer Science Officers to fill in the role for the following subdivisions: NH2: Volcanic Hazards NH3: Landslide Hazards NH5: S ...[Read More]

Geoscience communication series: navigating the light and dark sides of social media

Geoscience communication series: navigating the light and dark sides of social media

We are thrilled to present the last episode of the EGU WEBINARS: Digitalk: online (geo)science communication series. In this episode, we will explore the light and the dark sides of using social media for science communication by a special guest, Roberto Guardo.  Roberto wished to engage in science communication just after completing his PhD. “I have never liked writing scientific papers,” he said ...[Read More]