Within the scientific community, it is common practice that the peer-review process for a submitted article to a journal is kept anonymous. That is, only the journal Editor selects (and knows) who the referees are, usually three. This is also known as single-blind review. One of the main reason behind this custom is to allow the referees give genuine feedback, without fear of causing any personal ...[Read More]
As many return to their desks to continue on their research, take note of these imminent deadlines for the upcoming European Geosciences Union General Assembly 2016. Wednesday 13th of January: EGU2016 call for papers (open until 13:00 CET). Submit your short course ideas. Early Career Scientists are encouraged to run their own short courses either as individuals or as a group. Short courses are us ...[Read More]
The website www.mantleplumes.org focuses on the debate about whether plumes exist or not, and what other mechanisms could cause melting anomalies inside Earth.
Post-doctoral position in seismology is available at the Earth System Physics (ESP) section of the International Centre for Theoretical Physics (ICTP). The position is funded by the GENERALI Group – a major player in the global insurance industry, in the framework of a research project integrating earthquake fault studies and simulations of the ground-motion. ICTP offers internationally comp ...[Read More]