In this week’s GeoCinema Online, we’re taking you to regions of the world that have experienced large eruptions in both the recent and distant past. These films take you through what it’s like to live in an active volcanic area or fault zone, from dealing with disasters, to how scientists are working towards better methods of earthquake and eruption forecasting: Mayon: The Volcano Princess I ...[Read More]
GeoCinema Online: Space & Planetary Science
If you were at our General Assembly, you probably spotted GeoCinema, or took a moment to catch your breath between sessions and relax with a geological film. But with all the science to be heard and discussions to join, watching the full programme would have been impossible. How do we get around this? By bringing GeoCinema straight to your living room! Over the next few weeks we’ll be sharing a de ...[Read More]
EGU 2013: The Highlights
Missing EGU 2013? Not to fear! Sue Voice has compiled some of the best moments from the General Assembly so sit back and transport yourself to the fantastic blur of breakthroughs in geoscience, wonderful workshops and scintillating scientific conversation at EGU 2013… A huge thanks to Sue for filming the goings on at the General Assembly and for putting this clip together! Can you spot you ...[Read More]
Upload your General Assembly Presentation!
This year it is once again possible to upload your oral presentations and posters from EGU 2013 for online publication alongside your abstract, giving all participants a chance to revisit your contribution – hurrah for open science! Files can be in either PowerPoint or PDF format. Note that presentations will be distributed under the Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Licence. Uploading your presen ...[Read More]