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Imaggeo On Monday: the EGU Photo Competition – colourful thin-sections.

Imaggeo On Monday: the EGU Photo Competition – colourful thin-sections.

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]

Imaggeo On Monday: the EGU Photo Competition – not just landscapes

Imaggeo On Monday: the EGU Photo Competition – not just landscapes

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]

Imaggeo On Monday: 12 years of the EGU Photo Competition

Imaggeo On Monday: 12 years of the EGU Photo Competition

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]

Imaggeo On Monday: Effect of acid drainage on soil

Imaggeo On Monday: Effect of acid drainage on soil

Acid drainage coming from the gangue piles of a metal sulfide mine. The resilient vegetation consists of isolated patches of Spergularia rubra and Molineriella laevis. Description by Juan Antonio Campos, after the description on imaggeo.egu.eu.   Imaggeo is the EGU’s online open access geosciences image repository. All geoscientists (and others) can submit their photographs and videos to this ...[Read More]