The Lena River (Siberia) is one of the largest global rivers draining into the Arctic Ocean. The Lena River and tributaries drain a range in lithology and topography, and the large watersheds are located in a region of continuous permafrost (ground that is permanently frozen year-round) ranging from 50 to 1500 m in thickness.
Archive for April, 2015
A few months ago, the European Association of Geochemistry (EAG) initiated the Early Career Science Ambassador Program, supporting Early Career Scientists based in Europe to attend conferences outside of Europe. Supported scientists have 50% of their expenses covered by EAG, up to 2000 Euros, and are viewed as EAG Ambassadors while attending the event. Ruifang […]