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Meet Jenny Turton, incoming Union-level Representative!

Meet Jenny Turton, incoming Union-level Representative!

Hello Jenny. Thanks for agreeing to this interview! To break the ice, could you tell us a bit about yourself and your career? Hello! ‘Break the ice’ is a relevant saying for me, as I started being involved with EGU through the Cryosphere division. I am originally from Birmingham in the UK, and moved to Lancaster for my undergraduate and masters degrees in physical geography and earth s ...[Read More]

Imaggeo On Monday: the EGU Photo Competition – capture a moment in time.

Imaggeo On Monday: the EGU Photo Competition – capture a moment in time.

In 2010 EGU held our first annual Photo Competition at the General Assembly in Vienna. Since then hundreds of photos have been shared on imaggeo by geoscientists and researchers just like you, with a lucky few being selected each year to be highlighted during the meeting and voted on by our members.   These images can be of anything to do with geology or geoscience – we get many beautif ...[Read More]

GeoTalk: Meet Larissa van der Laan, glaciologist and science-artist!

GeoTalk: Meet Larissa van der Laan, glaciologist and science-artist!

Hi Larissa, thankyou for spending time with us today! To break the ice, could you tell us a little about yourself and your research? Ha, I see what you did there. I’m Larissa, she/her, 29, and a PhD candidate at the Institute of Hydrology and Water Resources Management in Hannover, Germany. I’ve been fascinated by snow and ice since I was little, writing my first ever school report and ...[Read More]

Artist in Residence – Kaleidoscopic ice

Artist in Residence – Kaleidoscopic ice

This one was a challenge to write, and a challenge to get my head around, but I was challenged to write it, so challenge accepted and challenge fulfilled! Kaleidoscope of ice Frozen water, mineral ice, a simple structure, orientation concise. A fabric is woven from many crystals intertwined, axes interlocked. C-axes, crystalline kaleidoscopes of greys, blues and whites, reflecting, refracting and ...[Read More]