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Tectonics and Structural Geology
Silvia Brizzi

Silvia Brizzi

Silvia Brizzi is a postdoc at Jackson School of Geosciences and Institute for Geophysics at UT Austin. By combining analog and numerical modelling with natural data analysis, her research aims at better understanding the relationship between long-term tectonics and seismicity of subduction zones. Her current project focuses on the interaction between mountain building, surface processes and mantle dynamics.

#OnTheRocks – Because Earth is just beautiful!

#OnTheRocks – Because Earth is just beautiful!

From the time the first Kodak camera in 1888 went on sale we can say with confidence a geologist somewhere was trying to capture field photographs. We love to capture the beauty of the field and every geologist has a story to tell. The EGU would like to connect these stories globally in our new #OnTheRocks series. #OnTheRocks will produce a compilation of geological photographs on different scales ...[Read More]

#ShareEGU20: How to turn your research into an attractive display

#ShareEGU20: How to turn your research into an attractive display

In response to the growing concerns over the spread of the coronavirus and travel restrictions, in-person attendance for the EGU General Assembly 2020 in Vienna has been cancelled. The conference is instead being transformed into a virtual event, where attendees can remotely share their research by uploading presentation material online.  Let’s be honest: digital alternatives don’t replicate the i ...[Read More]