Hello everyone, Matthew here! As the end of 2022 draws near, it is time for us in the Seismology Division headquarters to reflect on another of the Earth’s tours around the Sun. Personally, this year has been a real rollercoaster. With everything getting back to some kind of normal, I’d forgotten that there is only so much time in the day, and only so many plates (tectonic or otherwise ...[Read More]
“State of the ECS”: How was EGU 22 for you? Plus the new team!
Hello everyone! Hope you’re doing well, and that those of you who managed to make it to Vienna have now recovered, and that normal researcher life has now resumed (and isn’t too dull in comparison!) We hope you enjoyed all that the EGU GA had on offer, and that you were able to make it to some of the Seismology ECS events. I was very sad that I couldn’t be in two places at once s ...[Read More]
“State of the ECS”: It’s that time of year again – EGU 22!
Hello everyone! Matthew here, writing this as I’m on my way to my first in-person conference in over two years. Speaking of first in-person conferences in over two years… EGU 22 is fast approaching, and the excitement is palpable! Your friendly, multi-neighbourhood EGU Seismology Division ECS Reps (bit of a mouthful) have pulled together a few thoughts on their hopes and dreams for this year ...[Read More]
“State of the ECS”: What to do in 2022?
Hello all, Matthew here wishing you a very Happy New Year! A new year provides an opportunity for a fresh start, a chance to reflect on the past and look to the future. I don’t know about you, but 2021 was a rather mixed bag for me, with strict lockdowns gradually fading into freedoms (and back again…). 2022 still holds many uncertainties, but I do hope that as a community we can come together aga ...[Read More]