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EAG Photo Contest now open

We are excited to announce that the EAG Photo Contest is now open for submission! This contest is open to everyone and until 15 June, participants can submit one photo per theme. The winners of each theme will receive a 5-year complimentary EAG membership (see membership benefits), publication of their photos on the EAG website and newsletters.

Dan Yakir receives the EAG Eminent Speakers Award

Each year, the EAG presents the Eminent Speakers Award at the EGU General Assembly. EAG is proud to announce Prof. Dan Yakir as recipient of the Eminent Speakers Award 2014. Dan’s research focuses on the interactions between biosphere, atmosphere and climate with a special attention to the semi-arid regions. This award will be presented on Tuesday 29 April (13:45 Room B7) at EGU General Assembly 2014 in Vienna, Austria.

Goldschmidt2014 next deadline: 8 May

If you are going to Goldschmidt2014 and are not registered yet, note that online pre-registration closes on 8 May. Also, no less than 12 workshops and 6 social events (ranging from water rafting to classical concert, including the traditional conference dinner) are proposed to delegates, so to avoid any disappointment, make your booking before 8 May.

EAG Blogosphere: Post submission protocol

[By Chris Pearce] I write this as a free man. For the last couple of months I have been bound by the single-mindedness and obsession that drives all academics in the lead up to a submission deadline. Although my latest grant application was by all accounts a bit of a beast, the focus and determination required to see it through were by no means unique; I’ve worked through many similar late-night sessions… Read more

EAG co-sponsors six sessions at EGU General Assembly 2014

In order to promote geochemistry at the upcoming European Geosciences Union General Assembly in Vienna (27 April – 02 May), EAG proudly co-sponsors six geochemistry related sessions. These sessions highlight the importance of geochemistry in various fields such as mineralogy, biogeoscience, water cycle, atmospheric science, sedimentology…

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