EGU - Newsletter - GeoQ #01

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Table of Contents
  • Editorial and Letter from the Presidency
  • Articles
    • Arsenic levels lowered by adsorption onto soil sediment in the Bengal Basin – 6
    • More tsunamis for Aceh – 7
    • What we know about catastrophic rockslides in the Alps – 8
    • Interview with Dr. Andy Smith, glaciologist who collaborated with BBC’s Frozen Planet team – 10
  • EGU Voice
    • Division reports – 12
  • EGU News
    • New EGU Science Communications Fellow – 14
    • EGU in social media and new website icons – 14
    • International Innovation interviews two EGU Division Presidents – 15
  • Press Release
    • Fukushima at increased earthquake risk – 19
  • Journal Watch
    • Magnetopause displacements: the possible role of dust – 20
    • Glacial CO2 cycle as a succession of key physical and biogeochemical processes – 20
  • External News
    • Engineering team completes ambitious Antarctic expedition in the ‘deep-field’ – 21
    • Warmer climate, warmer European mountains – 22
    • Unprecedented, man-made trends in ocean’s acidity – 23
    • Researchers discover particle which could ‘cool the planet’ – 24
    • Acidification provides the thrust – 24
  • Education
    • News from the EGU Committee on Education – 26
  • Books
    • Structural Geology Algorithms: Vectors and Tensors – 27
    • Global Tropical Cyclogenesis – 27
    • Fundamentals of numerical Weather Prediction – 28
    • Environmental Hazards and Disasters: Contexts, Perspectives and Management – 28
    • Ocean Acidification – 29
  • On the Web
    • Featured website: Explore Shale – 30
    • Social media: Who’s following EGU? – 30
  • Events
    • Conferences, meetings and workshops – 31

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