Invited contribution 2023 Distinguished Lecturer Sandra Arndt in Eastern Europe
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Outreach
Invited contribution

2023 Distinguished Lecturer Sandra Arndt Reports Back From her Tour of Eastern Europe

Sandra Arndt gave a series of lectures in Eastern Europe in November-December 2023 explaining how biogeochemical models can be used to study crucial carbon cycle-climate feedbacks. Read more...

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General
Invited contribution

EAG Ambassador Laura Wainman attends “Cities on Volcanoes 12”

Between 9th – 21st February 2024 I had the exciting opportunity to attend the Cities on Volcanoes 12 conference in Antigua, Guatemala, partly supported by a travel grant from the EAG...

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Non-academic Careers
Thaïs Couasnon

Evelyne Adjei Mensah, Founder and CEO of Trust in isotopes

Careers outside academia: an Interview with Evelyne Adjei Mensah about traceability, isotope, and trust

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General
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A message from the Earth’s subcontinental lithospheric mantle to delegates at the AGU Fall Meeting

EAG Ambassador Abimbola Chris Ogunyele reports back from the AGU Fall Meeting in San Francisco, one of the largest geoscience meetings in the world, where over 25000 delegates from more than 100 countries gather every year...

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Non-academic Careers
Thaïs Couasnon

Sabine Mehay, Senior Geochemist in the Oil and Energy Industry

Careers outside academia: an Interview with Sabine Mehay about fluid-rock interactions, subsurface characterization and integration

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Non-academic Careers
Thaïs Couasnon

Manuel Queißer, Environmental Physicist

Careers outside academia: an Interview with Manuel Queißer about earth sciences, physics, technology, lasers and mining field

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General
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EAG Sponsored Student Dominic Hildebrandt reports back from the Sedimentary Provenance Analysis Short Course

The international short course on Sediment Provenance analysis: how to unpack geological history from a grain of sand...

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Non-academic Careers
Thaïs Couasnon

Marie Kuessner, Scientific referee at the German Federal office of radiation protection

Careers outside academia: an Interview with Marie Kuessner about radiation protection and society

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The Hungarian Parliament designed by architect Imre Steidl in neo-gothic style and opened in 1902.
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General
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Bernard Marty’s 2022 Distinguished Lecture Tour

I was delighted and honored to be asked to deliver the 2022 Distinguished lecture tour in eastern Europe, namely Hungary and Romania. I am a geochemist and cosmochemist...

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Diversity, Equity and Inclusion
DEI Committee

2022 Global Geochemistry Survey – The Results Are In…

Geochemistry is a uniquely varied discipline, combining laboratory-, field-, +/- ship- and computational-based work, leading to distinct challenges in fostering a diverse and inclusive community (e.g., EAG DEI Committee, 2021, Pourret et al., 2021).

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General
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Reviewing with benefits

Guest contributor Sonja Aulbach explores the process of reviewing a scientific paper. She discusses what constitutes a good review, and gives some advice on how to approach reviewing.

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Non-academic Careers
Thaïs Couasnon

David Au Yang, Analytical research engineer

Careers outside academia: an Interview with David Au Yang about high school teaching, lab engineering, analytical development, and stable isotopes analysis

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General
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EAG Sponsored student Fernanda Torres García reports back from the 6th EGU Summer School

The 6th EGU Summer School was held in the Nevessee area of South Tyrol (NE Italy) and focused on the structural analysis of deformation structures within the Tauern meta-granitoids. EAG sponsored student Fernanda Torres Garcia shares her experiences.

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EAG ambassador Ke Zhu attends The Meteoritical Society 86th annual meeting

EAG ambassador Ke Zhu reports back from the 86th annual meeting of the Meteoritical Society at UCLA.

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