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Current issue of the EGU newsletter
Scientists find that faster warming in the Arctic will lead to a global 2 degree Celsius rise being reached eight years earlier than if the region was warming at the average global rate. And Geodesy researcher Andreas Kvas explains how Earth’s geometric shape, orientation in space, and gravity field are affected by climate-relevant processes.
This month, EGU observed International Day for Biosphere Reserves, while also diving deep into monster lore to mark 90 years since the first fake photo of the Loch Ness Monster.
EGU is pleased to share that the Call for Abstracts for EGU24 is now open, so make sure to advertise your sessions and apply for travel support grants now! Stay up-to-date with information EGU24 by subscribing to receive inbox updates at the beginning of each month.
Readers can access all previous issues of the newsletter from the archive below. Up until the end of 2014, the newsletter was a quarterly magazine and information service (first called The Eggs and then GeoQ).