AGU journal content to be made freely available

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]

What a GA

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]

Less than a week to EGU2014. What’s on?

The European Geosciences Union General Assembly 2014 is less than a week away. Here are some information you might find useful. REGISTRATION: Pick up your name badge from Hall Z (from the forecourt of the congress centre Austria Centre Vienna – ACV) by simply providing your Copernicus Office User ID at the Name Badge Pickup counters. Remember your name badge will be printed containing also y ...[Read More]

A small tribute to the pioneers of plate tectonics

The Geological Society has prepared an interactive website that pays a small tribute to the pioneers of plate tectonics: Alfred Lothar Wegener Harry Hammond Hess Frederick Vine and Drummond Matthews John Tuzo-Wilson Dan McKenzie The website also features a Teacher Zone with good teaching material, a Glossary for nicely explained geological terms, and a Test Your Knowledge section with multiple cho ...[Read More]