Sara Mynott

Science bloggers – join the 2013 General Assembly blogroll!

Will you be blogging at the 2013 General Assembly? If so, sign up here and we’ll add you to our official blogroll. We will be compiling a list (blogroll) of blogs that feature posts about the EGU General Assembly and making it available on our blog. We’d ask you to write posts directly related to the Assembly during the meeting in Vienna. The content of each blog on this list is the re ...[Read More]

Imaggeo on Mondays: Wonderings and weathering

After studying ‘Applied Environmental Sciences’ I decided to go with a friend for six months to New Zealand for the southern hemisphere winter. Leaving as soon as my diploma thesis (on epiphytic lichens) was written, we set off into the distance to work and travel. We chose New Zealand as our dream destination because these two islands have so many different landscapes to offer – and this is how I ...[Read More]

GeoTalk: Jane Robb

GeoTalk, featuring short interviews with geoscientists about their research, continues this month with a Q&A with Jane Robb from University College London (UCL), who tells us about the excitement of geo-outreach and importance of conserving heritage collections.  First, could you introduce yourself and let us know a bit about your current work at UCL? Hi, I am Jane Robb and I currently work as ...[Read More]

Imaggeo on Mondays: Scorching the soil

 This week’s Imaggeo on Mondays is brought to you by the photographer himself, Antonio Jordán (Univerity of Sevilla, Spain), who describes the impact of forest fires on soil properties. This photo was taken while planning some field experiments: in the image, several water drops are resting on a surface soil layer without infiltrating. This process is known as water repellency. Water repellency is ...[Read More]