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The sound of Covid-silence

The sound of Covid-silence

  As lockdowns have come in place all over the globe, workplaces have closed, people are sticking to their homes, and perpetual traffic jams have reduced to a trickle [1]. This results in eerie sights, where the lone bypasser walking through deserted streets cannot but wonder whether they’ve accidentally missed the memo on the apocalypse. The world is coming to a halt and this results in… sil ...[Read More]

Back to normality (?)

Back to normality (?)

  I imagine that in a couple of months European countries will give the green light: the restrictions and social-distancing will be relaxed and people will step out of their houses. Blinking into the bright summer sunlight in the Northern Hemisphere, they will lift a hand towards the sun to shield their sensitive eyes unaccustomed, after weeks and months of lockdown, to the natural light.  Pe ...[Read More]

Representing the Possible: Dragana Ðurić

Representing the Possible: Dragana Ðurić

  Hello Dragana, what is your story? My name is Dragana Đurić and I am a Ph.D. in Geophysics and Assistant professor at the University of Belgrade, Faculty of Mining and Geology, Department of Geophysics. My journey within the geophysics started in 2004 when I enrolled in my undergraduate studies. To be honest, geophysics wasn’t my first choice, but after I had finished the first year, I had ...[Read More]

Seismology in the time of COVID-19

Seismology in the time of COVID-19

The COVID-19 pandemic has brought us somewhere new. With many of us confined to our homes, the Seismology ECS representatives launch a new blog series, where they put together articles, reflections, and stories to accompany the community through this unprecedented historic period. Read the articles here: ◆   Creating Value for Safety: from earthquake preparedness to pandemic outbreak response ◆    ...[Read More]