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EAG Ambassadors at the AGU2017 Fall Meeting – Part 2

Jan 22, 2018 No Comments 728 views

Last December, six EAG Early Career Science Ambassadors travelled to New Orleans to attend the 2017 AGU Annual Fall Meeting. In the first of our two-part blog, Laia Comas Bru, Deirdre Clark, Jihua Hao and Tsvetomila Mateeva described their experiences at AGU2017 from a professional perspective. In Part 2, Elena Maters talks about some of […]

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EAG Ambassadors at the AGU2017 Fall Meeting – Part 1

Jan 22, 2018 No Comments 843 views

Last December, six EAG Early Career Science Ambassadors travelled to New Orleans to attend the 2017 edition of the Annual Fall Meeting of the American Geophysical Union. In the first of this two-part blog, Laia Comas Bru, Deirdre Clark, Jihua Hao and Tsvetomila Mateeva talk to us about what it was like attending and presenting […]

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Six questions to Adina Paytan

Jan 12, 2018 No Comments 934 views

Adina Paytan is a Research Professor at the Institute of Marine Sciences, University of California, Santa Cruz. The major focus of her research is understanding past and present marine biogeochemical cycles. Adina was born and raised in Israel. After completing mandatory military service and then spending two years hiking the Himalayas in India and Nepal, […]

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Fluids inside bubbles and bubbles inside fluids: ECROFI 2017

Dec 13, 2017 No Comments 764 views

With the support of EAG, last summer I was able to attend the biennial international conference of European Current Research On Fluid Inclusions (ECROFI), organized in Nancy (France). The ECROFI conference series is a leading international forum for the presentation of fluid and melt inclusion research. Fluid and melt inclusions provide the most direct information […]

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An early career scientist at CAM2017 in Vienna

Dec 13, 2017 No Comments 721 views

I am really grateful to the European Association of Geochemistry (EAG) for their support to attend the Conference on Accessory Minerals (CAM–2017), which took place from 13–17 September 2017 in Vienna, Austria, and Bratislava, Slovak Republic. I had an exceptionally enriching experience at the CAM–2017 conference, an event aimed at “bringing together researchers and students […]

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Rotorua bubbles with microbiologists: An EAG Ambassador at ISSM 2017

Dec 12, 2017 1 Comment 1139 views

Thanks to support from the EAG I was able to attend the 2017 conference of the International Society of Subsurface Microbiology, held in Rotorua, New Zealand.  Rotorua is an amazing city due to its geothermal activity.  It is located next to Lake Rotorua in the centre of the North Island, which formed from a volcanic […]

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EAG Student Sponsorship: A trip to ‘Migration 2017’ in Barcelona

Nov 14, 2017 No Comments 760 views

I recently travelled to Barcelona to present at Migration 2017, a world-renowned conference which brings together world leading experts exploring the chemistry, and migration of actinides and fission products in the geosphere. This was an important conference for me to attend as I explore the effect of organic molecules on uranium migration. On Sunday, I […]

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Ore deposits and ophiolites: EAG ambassador Thomas Belgrano reports from SGA2017

Oct 09, 2017 No Comments 1027 views

I am extremely grateful for the support of the European Association of Geochemistry (EAG) for contributing to my attendance at the 14th SGA Biennial Meeting in Québec city as an Early Career Science Ambassador. Quebec City was a great host, where North American traditions collide with French ones in a surprisingly harmonious way. The beautiful, […]

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Students at EGU2017

Jul 12, 2017 No Comments 1058 views

Three EAG sponsored students visited the city of Vienna at the end of April 2017 to present their work at the General Assembly of the European Geoscience Union, the biggest geoscience conference in Europe. EGU2017 brought together nearly 15 000 scientists from all fields of geoscience research and from 107 countries around the world, where […]

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Melting hearts at MEREMA

Mar 10, 2017 No Comments 1405 views

With the support of the EAG I was able to attend this year’s ‘Melting and fluid/melt-rock reactions in the mantle’ (MEREMA) International Winter School, held at the University of Pavia, Italy. The school was arranged by a lot of different organizations (the Italian Group of Petrography of the Italian Society of Mineralogy and Petrology, as […]

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