Sara Mynott

Geosciences Column: The contribution of climate change to water scarcity in the MENA region

In this month’s Geoscience’s column, Alex Stubbings discusses the water scarcity problems in the Middle East and North Africa region and  the recent developments in modelling water resources here.  The Middle East and North Africa (MENA) region is considered the most water-scarce region in the world. As such, the region faces a multitude of challenges in the 21st century including population growt ...[Read More]

Geosciences Column: Hazard perception – how great is the risk of a rockfall?

In this month’s Geoscience’s column, Sara Mynott discusses the geological hazards associated with climate warming and how recent research sheds new light on our understanding of rockfall frequency. Rockfalls are the free-falling movement of bedrock material from a rock face, a phenomenon also encompassed by the terms ‘landslide’, ‘rockslide’ and ‘rock avalanche’. They range from small debris falls ...[Read More]

New Science Communicator at the EGU Office

Meet the newest member of EGU’s communications team, Sara Mynott! Sara will manage GeoLog and the EGU blog network, run our social media channels, and develop EGU’s networking activities for young scientists. Hello from the EGU office! I have just taken on the task of being the EGU’s new social media bod or – if we’re being official – their new Communications Officer. After completing a Masters in ...[Read More]