EGU meetings calendar
International School on Mantle Dynamics MEREMA 2nd Edition
Sestri Levante, Italy
24–29 October 2021
The MEREMA II School aims to assess the present state of knowledge about the structure, chemical differentiation, and dynamics of the mantle as a whole system, acquiring information from different methodologic approaches and disciplines (petrology, geochemistry andgeophysics). Major themes will be: i) chemical evolution and dynamics of the Earth's mantle; ii) origin and length scale of chemical and isotopic mantle heterogeneities, iii) transfer of heterogeneities from mantle source
EGU General Assembly 2022
3–8 April 2022
7th EGU Galileo Conference: Second workshop on isotope-based studies of water partitioning and plant-soil interactions
26–28 July 2022
The workshop aims to bring together scientists with different background (hydrology, soil science, plant physiology, remote sensing, ...) but common research interests in the use of stable isotopes of water as tracers to study partitioning of water in different environments. The workshop will address the urgent need to share experiences, discuss and advance knowledge about ecohydrological and physiological mechanisms that regulate the selection of different water sources taken up by plants.
8th EGU Galileo Conference: European Vision for Hydrological Observations and Experimentation
19–22 September 2022
Focusing on hydrologic observation, hypothesis driven experimentation, and the models behind the data - participants will initialize a new vision for European hydrologic observation and experimentation. The conference will consist of plenary sessions with talks by invited speakers, early career talks and panel discussions with strong involvement of the audience, poster session combined with flash talks, open workshop spaces in form of break out groups and a wrap-up meeting.
17th Plinius Conference on Mediterranean Risks
11–14 October 2022
The objective of the 2020 edition is to provide an interdisciplinary forum for discussions on our current state of knowledge of Mediterranean risks in a climate change context, such as extreme rainfall events, winds, sea surges, floods and landslides. This will be achieved by bringing together scientific experts in the fields of meteorology, hydrology, geomorphology, sociology, engineering, cultural heritage conservation, and also governmental or private risk management actors.
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