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Jenny Turton

Jenny Turton is a post doc researcher at Friedrich Alexander University in Erlangen, Germany. Her research focuses on polar meteorology and the interaction between atmospheric processes and ice in Greenland. She is also the incoming deputy union-level Early Career Scientist (ECS) representative for EGU. She tweets from @TurtonJ1990.

What is the EGU (extraordinary virtual) Plenary, and why should I attend?

What is the EGU (extraordinary virtual) Plenary, and why should I attend?

The European Geosciences Union (EGU) annual Plenary is the Union’s business meeting where updates are provided and new officers are inaugurated. Prior to 2020, this meeting took place during the General Assembly (GA) week every year. With the onset of COVID-19 and the change in conference format, the last few years have seen the plenary move online. At this year’s General Assembly (EGU22), t ...[Read More]

Whats on at #vEGU21: Jobs and Careers!

Whats on at #vEGU21: Jobs and Careers!

Attending conferences is a great way to widen your network, meet potential future employers and boost your skills. At vEGU21, we are bringing some of the career networking opportunities to you, in the comfort of your own home.   Career development short courses Careers inside and outside of academia: a panel discussion. In this panel discussion you will hear from scientists with experience in jour ...[Read More]

Whats on at #vEGU21: getting creative with the Kids Art activity!

Whats on at #vEGU21: getting creative with the Kids Art activity!

Alongside our regular scientific offer during the two weeks of #vEGU21, we are very excited to announce the return of one of our most popular parallel events – the EGU Kids’ Art initiative! Read on to find out how your kids can get into our Kids Art Online Hall of Fame…   This year the EGU kid’s art activity is going online – again! For 2021 the Natural Hazards and Cry ...[Read More]