EGU GA 2012

Imaggeo on Mondays: Burst

This photo won 2nd Prize at the 2012 General Assembly photo competition and, according to the photographer, Melissa S. Bukovsky, epitomises the idea that an expensive camera is not a necessity for taking great photos. “You just need to know how to use what you have. I travel with a point and shoot that fits in my back pocket,” she explains. Currently a Project Scientist at the National ...[Read More]

Cold-Labs to computer modelling: An interview with Dr Gaël Durand

Dr Adam Booth, now becoming a regular contributor to GeoLog, is about to begin a post-doctoral position at Imperial College, London. This is his final report from the 2012 General Assembly, following articles on subglacial lakes and mountain glacier research more generally. Another year, another conference!  This is my final post from the EGU’s General Assembly and, again, I’ve found it a really u ...[Read More]

Are we giants or ants? The future of hydrology discussed at the 2012 General Assembly

Today’s guest post, written during the 2012 General Assembly, comes from Eline Vanuytrecht from the Department of Earth and Environmental Sciences at KU Leuven, Belgium. This is her second post for GeoLog after her insightful piece on climate change and Portuguese wines.  Keynote speakers, ‘giants’ in the field of hydrology, were invited to give their opinion on the path that hyd ...[Read More]

Uploading 2012 General Assembly presentations

This year it is once again possible to upload your General Assembly oral presentations and posters for online publication alongside your abstract, giving all participants a chance to revisit your contribution. Files can be in either PowerPoint or PDF format. Note that presentations will be distributed under the Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Licence. The upload of your presentation is free of ch ...[Read More]