The EGU General Assembly 2014 was again a great success with 4,829 oral, 9,583 poster, and 483 PICO presentations as well as 12,437 scientists attending from 106 countries. Please find more details at: http://www.egu2014.eu A special survey has been set up to give everyone the chance to report back their feedback about this year’s EGU. For those who have not already completed the Survey plea ...[Read More]
Seismologists sometimes find it hard to explain to the general public the significance of the earthquake magnitude scale with relation to the energy release. Here is a very nice animation comparing the relative energy release of some 20th and 21st century earthquakes by their moment magnitudes.
In case you have missed the news, “Starting 1 May, all AGU journal content from 1997 to content published 24 months ago will be freely available“. Below is the announcement sent out to the AGU members. Dear Colleagues, I am pleased to let you know that we are announcing a major step forward in making AGU research more accessible to scientists and the many sectors of the public t ...[Read More]
The Euroepan Geoscience Union General Assembly has come and gone, lets hope that this was a great experience to all especially those attending for first time. This year EGU saw as many as 12,000+ scientists attending from over 100 countries. Scientific contributions consisted of 4,800+ oral, 9,500+ poster, and 483 PICO presentations. Here is a small gallery showing the various aspects of EGU (thro ...[Read More]