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GeoTalk: Meet Rebekka Steffen, the Geodesy Division’s Early Career Scientist Representative

GeoTalk: Meet Rebekka Steffen, the Geodesy Division’s Early Career Scientist Representative

Hello Rebekka, thank you for taking the time to talk with us today! Could you introduce yourself to our readers? Hi. Thanks for giving me the chance to talk about my research and plans as ECS Rep for the Geodesy Division. I’m a researcher in Geodesy at Lantmäteriet, which is the Swedish mapping, cadastral, and land registration authority (I prefer the much shorter Swedish version 😉). I’m working i ...[Read More]

GeoTalk: Meet Saioa Arquero, the Earth Magnetism and Rock Physics Division’s Early Career Scientist Representative

GeoTalk: Meet Saioa Arquero, the Earth Magnetism and Rock Physics Division’s Early Career Scientist Representative

Hello Saioa, thank you for speaking with us today! Could you introduce yourself? My name is Saioa Arquero Campuzano. I’m a postdoctoral researcher at the Geosciences Institute in Madrid and I’m the Early Career Scientist (ECS) Representative for the Earth Magnetism and Rock Physics Division at EGU. This is my fourth year as a postdoc. After my PhD in Physics at Complutense University of Madrid, I ...[Read More]

The best of Imaggeo in 2015: in pictures

The best of Imaggeo in 2015: in pictures

Last year we prepared a round-up blog post of our favourite Imaggeo pictures, including header images from across our social media channels and Immageo on Mondays blog posts of 2014. This year, we want YOU to pick the best Imaggeo pictures of 2015, so we compiled an album on our Facebook page, which you can still see here, and asked you to cast your votes and pick your top images of 2015. From the ...[Read More]

Geosciences Column: Earthquakes and depleted gas reservoirs; what comes first?

Geosciences Column: Earthquakes and depleted gas reservoirs; what comes first?

An ever growing population means the requirement for resources to fuel our modern lifestyles grows too. Be it in mining, oil/gas extraction or the improvement of renewable technologies, the boundaries of where and how we access resources are constantly being pushed. Previously inaccessible resources become viable prospects as demand increases and our technological know-how advances. Hand in hand w ...[Read More]