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List of General Assemblies

EGU General Assemblies (since 2004)

Year Location Date # Participants # Countries Links
2019 Vienna, Austria 7–12 April 2019 Homepage
2018 Vienna, Austria 8–13 April 2018 15,075 106 Homepage Participants by country
2017 Vienna, Austria 23–28 April 2017 14,496 106 Homepage Participants by country
2016 Vienna, Austria 17–22 April 2016 13,650 109 Homepage Participants by country
2015 Vienna, Austria 12–17 April 2015 11,837 108 Homepage Participants by country
2014 Vienna, Austria 27 April – 2 May 2014 12,437 106 Homepage Participants by country
2013 Vienna, Austria 7–12 April 2013 11,167 95 Homepage Participants by country
2012 Vienna, Austria 22–27 April 2012 11,275 95 Homepage Participants by country
2011 Vienna, Austria 3–8 April 2011 10,707 93 Homepage Participants by country
2010 Vienna, Austria 2–7 May 2010 10,463 94 Homepage Participants by country
2009 Vienna, Austria 19–24 April 2009 9,088 86 Homepage Participants by country
2008 Vienna, Austria 13–18 April 2008 8,685 88 Homepage Participants by country
2007 Vienna, Austria 15–20 April 2007 8,037 90 Homepage Participants by country
2006 Vienna, Austria 2–7 April 2006 7,732 91 Homepage Participants by country
2005 Vienna, Austria 24–29 April 2005 8,068 81 Homepage Participants by country
2004 Nice, France 25–30 April 2004 6,297 Homepage

Pre-EGU era (before 2002)

The European Geosciences Union (EGU) was established by the merger of the European Union of Geosciences (EUG) and the European Geophysical Society (EGS) on 7 September 2002, with the final stages of this transition completed on 31 December 2003.

EGS General Assemblies (1973–2003)

Year Location # Participants
2003 Nice, France 10,980
2002 Nice, France 5,110
2001 Nice, France 4,908
2000 Nice, France 4,752
1999 The Hague, Netherlands 3,884
1998 Nice, France 4,256
1997 Vienna, Austria 3,067
1996 The Hague, Netherlands 2,993
1995 Hamburg, Germany 2,500
1994 Grenoble, France 2,500
1993 Wiesbaden, Germany 2,100
1992 Edinburgh, England 2,400
1991 Wiesbaden, Germany 2,100
1990 Copenhagen, Denmark 1,300
1989 Barcelona, Spain 1,200
1988 Bologna, Italy 950
1987 Strasbourg, France 600
1986 Kiel, Germany 800
1984 Louvain-la-Neuve, Belgium 400
1982 Leeds, England 830
1981 Uppsala, Sweden 360
1980 Budapest, Hungary 500
1979 Vienna, Austria 540
1978 Strasbourg, France 400
1977 Munich, Germany 300
1976 Amsterdam, Netherlands 330
1974 Trieste, Italy 180
1973 Zurich, Switzerland 480

EUG General Assemblies (1981–2003)

Year Location # Participants
2003 Nice, France 10,980
2001 Strasbourg, France 2,528
1999 Strasbourg, France 2,798
1997 Strasbourg, France 2,916
1995 Strasbourg, France 2,397
1993 Strasbourg, France 2,480
1991 Strasbourg, France 2,145
1989 Strasbourg, France 2,065
1987 Strasbourg, France 1,800
1985 Strasbourg, France 1,476
1983 Strasbourg, France 851
1981 Strasbourg, France 500