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Ambassadors at ICP13 in Sydney

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.

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Ambassadors at ICP13 in Sydney: Rehemat

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.

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Ambassadors at ICP13 in Sydney: Zeynep

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.

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Ambassadors at ICP13 in Sydney: Eloise

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.

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A summer of speleothem science

The S4 Summer School on Speleothem Science took place in the city of Cluj-Napoca (Romania) from August 11th to 17th, 2019. The event consisted of a four-day full immersion in the world of speleothems

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Eleanor Berryman

Restructuring the tenure process; reproducibility in science; and tackling climate change by example: An interview with Dr. Katharina Marquardt

Dr. Katharina Marquardt is the 2018 recipient of the EMU Research Excellence Medal, presented at Goldschmidt 2019 in Barcelona. This medal is presented to young scientists who have made significant

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Goldschmidt 2019
Ichiko Sugiyama

Bethany Ehlmann: Taking Opportunity to the next Level

Bethany Ehlmann is a professor in planetary science at the California Institute of Science (Caltech) and NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL). She gave a plenary talk on Monday about

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Goldschmidt 2019
Eleanor Berryman

Roberta Rudnick: Evolution of the continental crust as sampled by wind and ice

An ongoing problem for geologists is that we are very small and our planet is very large.  This means that we are all busily looking at little pieces of a much larger picture, and try as we might

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Goldschmidt 2019
Josh Wood

Thursday: Photos

Blogging from the Exhibition Hall gets weirder by the day. You find yourself inventing bizarre ideas for posts because your observations are limited to a finite space.*

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Goldschmidt 2019
Ichiko Sugiyama

Sing your Heart out at the Pop-up Talk

Sometimes, you need to loosen up after spending all day at the Goldschmidt conference. Professor Geoff Gilleaudeau from George Mason University did just that at the Pop-up talk on Wednesday

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Goldschmidt 2019
Katie Pratt

Observations and Hypotheses

Staffing a booth at Goldschmidt 2019 has afforded an unexpected opportunity to observe the conference in a new light. The first, and perhaps most striking, observation is the vast difference

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Goldschmidt 2019
Josh Wood

Wednesday: Goldschmidt Survival Essentials II

We asked Goldschmidt attendee Jill McDermott (Lehigh University, USA) about how she survives an intense week-long, science conference. Not surprisingly, her gear is similar to Donato's.

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