This post will outline what’s available in the presentation rooms, pointing you to the appropriate pages on the EGU GA 2011 website. Oral Presentations The guidelines for oral presentations online. The link includes the equipment available in each room (laptop, beamer, microphone, laser pointer, ability to hook up your own laptop etc.). Oral presentations this year are only in time blocks 1 ...[Read More]
Image by Saeed Jabbari Boukani, distributed by EGU under a Creative Commons licence. The Qom salt dome is located at 25 km northwest of Qom city and to the north of the main Saveh-Qom road. Its structural position is in the western of Alborz anticlinal system of the Qom Alborz range and approximately which is of Mio-Pliocene age. It has a regular gentle morphological shape. It covers an area about ...[Read More]
On the EGU news page of the EGSS, the newsletter of EGU, there’s a story about the success of Biogeosciences, one of EGU’s Open Access Journals. The Thomson Journal Citation Reports for 2009 gave Biogeosciences an Impact Factor of 3.246 and an Article Impact Score of 1.538, with over one meaning a journal article has above average influence.
This blogpost briefly covers getting to Vienna and things to do when you’re there. This is not intended to be a comprehensive guide, but to point people in the direction of existing information. Getting to Vienna Vienna’s International Airport is served by many of the major European airlines. If you would like to consider overland transport (e.g train, car) there is an Information page ...[Read More]