When nature and technology offer “new” geoscience perspectives
A once-in-a-lifetime Martian experiment, immersive virtual reality and GeoMaps
With the holiday season around the corner, what’s the best Christmas gift you could ask for as a geoscientist? How about a rare solar event that creates a once-in-a-lifetime Martian experiment? Find out how the Mars Atmosphere and Volatile Evolution (or MAVEN) team reacted to the disappearance of solar wind on the red planet!
This month, we met researcher of mantle dynamics Megan Holdt who offers insight into Project InnerSpace: a mammoth initiative to provide datasets for a global geothermal prospectivity mapping initiative called GeoMap. Read on for more in this month’s Geotalk!
Following the 2018 EGU Public Engagement Grant awarded to Fabio L. Bonali, a team of geoscientists of GeoVires Lab explain a more inclusive and egalitarian teaching method that sidesteps the constraints of physical boundaries, allowing a new dimension of geoscience engagement.
And lastly, this is your reminder that the Call for Abstracts for EGU24 is open, so make sure to advertise your sessions now if you are a convener! Authors should submit their abstracts before 10 January 13:00 CET. You can stay up-to-date with information on EGU24 by subscribing to receive updates in your inbox at the beginning of each month.