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Seismology
Marina Corradini

Marina Corradini

Marina is an Italian PhD Candidate at the Institut de Physique du Globe de Paris. In her work she investigates the relation between the rupture complexity and the high-frequency seismic radiation through the use of a back-projection technique. When she is not in her office, she works as a science communicator at ‘Cité des Sciences et de l’Industrie’ of Paris. Marina is the Editor of the EGU Seismology blog. As ECS-reps she would like to promote gender equality in geoscience and explore how the society currently supports postgraduate and postdoctoral female researchers in their career progression. You can reach her at corradini[at]ipgp.fr

Highlights of the EGU GA 2019

A brief review, highlighting the short course series Solid Earth 101, the Early Career Scientist strategy, and the impressions on the EGU General Assembly from your editorial staff. 

Over 16 000 scientists from 113 countries, more than 1000 different conference related events and a schedule overflowing with science, awards ceremonies, short courses, policy making, and – if you know where to look – free lunches. The EGU General Assembly was a highlight in the year for many, and a way to catch up with colleagues and friends one only meets once or twice a year.  [Read More]

How to improve rapid public earthquake information? Listen to eyewitnesses!

by Rémy Bossu, Laure Fallou, Sylvain Julien-Laferrière, Matthieu Landès,
Julien Roch, Fréderic Roussel, Sébastian Soriat and Robert Steed

I set the area of interest, and then tried to adjust the magnitude threshold. Either the threshold was too high and I did not get information for the earthquakes that I felt, or it was too low and I got tens of notifications a day for earthquakes that nobody noticed. I deleted all earthquakes apps”

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