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Outreach GeoQ #7

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GeoQ #7

The September issue of the quarterly newsletter of the European Geosciences Union, dedicated to young scientists, is now published online. The Articles section, for example, features only research by young scientists. Adam Booth, a young researcher himself, writes about the work of Monika Ivandic, a post-doctoral researcher in geophysics at Uppsala University in Sweden, on seismic monitoring of CO2 sequestration. Eline Vanuytrecht, also a young researcher, reports on the work of yet another Sweden-based young scientist: her article features Wim Clymans’ research on the biogeochemical silicon cycle. Becky Summers’ story is on icequakes, the exciting research topic of Emma Smith, a PhD student at the British Antarctic Survey. This GeoQ also introduces a whole new section, fully dedicated to young scientists, which will feature articles and information of particular interest to early career researchers. In this issue, the new section features a piece by Jennifer Holden of the EGU Natural Hazards Division about being a young scientists representative for the Union.

You can download the full newsletter as a single (interactive) PDF, or follow the Table of Contents links below for the PDFs of each individual section.

Table of Contents