Hi Marisa. Thank you for joining us today! Could you tell our readers a bit about yourself and your research? Hi, I am a geologist and organic geochemist, currently working as a postdoc at the NIOZ Netherlands Institute for Sea Research based on the island Texel. After my geology-focused undergraduate and master studies in Germany at the RWTH Aachen and Heidelberg University, I graduated wi ...[Read More]
EGU23: A hybrid General Assembly with too many benefits to ignore!
Are you planning to attend the upcoming EGU General Assembly – either on-site in Vienna, Austria or remotely as a virtual participant? This year, EGU has decided to take time for science, and encourages you to do the same. For us, this means offering our attendees the “best of both worlds,” through a carefully and creatively curated hybrid conference. For you, we hope this means a ton of benefits ...[Read More]
GeoTalk: meet Blaise Nyandwi, researcher in public perceptions of volcanic hazards!
Thanks for joining us today Blaise! To begin, could you talk about your background and why you pursued research on people’s perceptions of natural hazards? I have a background in geology and environmental sciences. Goma is my hometown and I work as a lecturer at the University of Goma. Living and working in a city built on lava flows and permanently threatened by several hazards from Nyiragongo vo ...[Read More]
GeoTalk: meet Jarmo Kikstra, researcher in energy transition under climate change!
Hello Jarmo. Thank you for joining us for the interview today! Before we put our foot on the gas, could you tell us a little bit about yourself and your research? Hi Simon, nice to meet you! Thanks for inviting me to chat with you about my research, and perhaps a bit about the person behind this research – it’s an honour! The basics; I was born in the Netherlands and lived in South Korea, the UK, ...[Read More]