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GeoQ #2

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Table of Contents
  • Editorial
  • Articles
    • Scorching the soil – 5
    • Why virgin forests are not erosion-free – 6
    • Ink-redible insight – 7
    • Interview with Millie Basava-Reddi of the IEA Greenhouse Gas R&D Programme at EGU 2012 – 9
  • EGU Voice
    • Letter from the General Assembly Programme Committee Chair – 11
    • Division reports – 12
  • EGU News
    • EGU awards and medals – 15
    • Research on Flood Resilience and Europe: achievements and future – 17
    • Short report on 2012 General Assembly Press Centre activities – 18
    • EGU 2012 Photo Competition winners – 19
    • Join the EGU Blog Network! – 20
    • International Innovation interview: EGU Executive Secretary – 21
  • Press Release
    • Geoengineering could disrupt rainfall patterns – 23
  • Journal Watch
    • A tsunami wave recorded near a glacier front – 24
    • Drivers of flood risk change in residential areas – 24
    • Photo-lability of deep ocean dissolved black carbon – 25
    • Global characteristics of the lunar tidal modulation of the equatorial electrojet derived from CHAMP observations – 25
    • On the role of ozone in long-term trends in the upper atmosphere-ionosphere system – 26
    • The regulation of the air: a hypothesis – 26
    • Evidence of a possible turning point in solar UV-B over Canada, Europe and Japan – 26
    • Estimating the climate significance of halogen-driven ozone loss in the tropical marine troposphere – 27
    • Revisiting Narrow Bipolar Event intracloud lightning using the FORTE satellite – 27
  • External News
    • ESA declares end of mission for Envisat – 28
    • Study of Patagonian glacier’s rise and fall adds to understanding of global climate change – 29
    • Taming uncertainty in climate prediction – 30
    • ‘Warming hole’ delayed climate change over eastern United States – 31
    • Cassini sees objects blazing trails in Saturn ring – 32
  • Education
    • Report on the 2012 editon of GIFT – 33
  • Books
    • Continuum Mechanics in the Earth Sciences – 34
    • Orogenesis: The Making of Mountains – 34
    • Tsunamis in the World Ocean: Past, Present and Future, Volume II – 35
    • Atmosphere, Clouds, and Climate – 35
    • Book review: The Ecology of Snow and Ice Environments – 36
  • On the Web
    • Featured website: Climate Communication – 37
    • Social media: Who’s following the EGU? – 37
  • Events
    • Conferences, meetings and workshops – 38

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