Archive for November, 2019

Impressions from the 1st International EMPA Workshop, Athens

Nov 30, 2019 No Comments by 402 views

The 1st International Workshop on Electron Probe Microanalysis (EPMA) took place in Athens on the 3rd and 4th October 2019, hosted by the Agricultural University of Athens (AUA). I had no prior exposure to EPMA instruments which are hard to find in Ireland. Therefore, I felt this was a chance I should not miss. Especially […]

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Ambassadors at ICP13 in Sydney

Nov 13, 2019 No Comments by 559 views

This year, three early career scientists were able to travel to Sydney for the 13th International Conference on Paleoceanography as Early Career Science Ambassadors thanks to support from EAG. In this short series of posts, Zeynep Erdem (Royal NIOZ), Rehemat Bhatia (University of Bristol) and Eloise Littley (University of St. Andrews) talk about the conference and […]

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Ambassadors at ICP13 in Sydney: Rehemat

Nov 13, 2019 No Comments by 477 views

This article is part of a series of articles from 3 EAG ambassadors who attended ICP13 (International Conference on Paleoceanography). You can go back to read the introduction here. Hi! I’m Rehemat and I am a foraminifera geochemist. I defended my PhD at UCL last year, and recently finished a postdoc at the University of […]

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Ambassadors at ICP13 in Sydney: Zeynep

Nov 13, 2019 No Comments by 372 views

This article is part of a series of articles from 3 EAG ambassadors who attended ICP13 (International Conference on Paleoceanography). You can go back to read the introduction here. This Sydney meeting was my third ICP attendance. The first time I attended, it was 6 years ago in Sitges, Spain and I was a shy, […]

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Ambassadors at ICP13 in Sydney: Eloise

Nov 13, 2019 No Comments by 402 views

This article is part of a series of articles from 3 EAG ambassadors who attended ICP13 (International Conference on Paleoceanography). You can go back to read the introduction here. I am a final year PhD student at the University of St Andrews looking into abrupt changes to the North Atlantic CO2 sink that have occurred […]

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