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GeoTalk: meet Gino de Gelder, researcher of the link between tectonics, sea-level rise & coral reefs!

GeoTalk: meet Gino de Gelder, researcher of the link between tectonics, sea-level rise & coral reefs!

Hello Gino! Welcome to GeoTalk. Could you tell our readers a little bit about yourself and your background? Sure thing! My background is mostly in tectonics, geomorphology and the evolution of (active) fault systems, which I developed during my studies at Utrecht University and my PhD at the IPGP (Paris). Initially I focused on the way that coastlines record either uplift or subsidence in response ...[Read More]

Are you ready to vote for your favourite Division blog of 2023?

Are you ready to vote for your favourite Division blog of 2023?

Our EGU blogging team has had a fantastic 2023 posting across our official blog, GeoLog and the division blogs. With the Near Year now officially upon us, you may know that we like to pause and reflect on our blogging efforts of the year gone by! Much like previous years, we saw yet again an impressive and insightful collection of blog posts throughout 2023. Most of our readers appreciate EGU’s bl ...[Read More]

The Global South Climate Database: one thousand experts in one year!

The Global South Climate Database: one thousand experts in one year!

Climate change is one of the most urgent problems facing humanity today. Every corner of the planet is already feeling the impacts of climate change, from devastating heatwaves to sweeping floods. The wealthy and powerful are responsible for the lion’s share of greenhouse gas emissions. Yet, the impacts of climate change are disproportionately felt by the poorest and most vulnerable members ...[Read More]

GeoPolicy: Science-Policy Pairing Schemes in Europe – a regularly updated list

GeoPolicy: Science-Policy Pairing Schemes in Europe – a regularly updated list

Pairing schemes are a great way for researchers to learn more about policymaking processes and how science is used in political decision-making! This month’s GeoPolicy Blog post highlights various European-based science-policy pairing scheme opportunities that researchers can apply for. Science-policy pairing schemes provide researchers with the opportunity to gain a better understanding about how ...[Read More]