Friday, 5 April 2019

The BGS are going to #EGU19!

The annual EGU General Assembly is the largest and most prominent European geosciences event. It attracts over 14,000 scientists from all over the world, with sessions covering a wide range of geoscience topics.

This year, the EGU General Assembly is taking place in Vienna, from 7 - 12 April 2019. Naturally, the British Geological Survey are going to be well represented!

Below is your guide to #EGU19, detailing all BGS staff events throughout the week, with times, dates and Twitter handles.

Remember to follow the hashtag #EGU19 for all the latest on social media, and tag @BritGeoSurvey if you're there so we can retweet you!

BGS colleagues presenting @ EGU19

Raushan Arnhardt

Poster: Development of a GIS Based Tool to Assess Engineering Geological and Geotechnical Ground Conditions in Greater Manchester, UK
Date: Wednesday 10 April
Time (CEST): 10:45 - 12:00
Hall: X4


Matt Ascott

Presentation: Public Water Supply is Responsible for Significant Fluxes of Inorganic Nitrogen in the Environment
Date: Monday 8 April
Time (CEST): 09:15 - 09:30
Room: 2.25

Presentation: Phosphorus Fluxes to the Environment from Mains Water Leakage: Seasonality and Future Scenarios 
Date: Monday 8 April
Time (CEST): 16:45 - 17:00
Room: 2.95

Presentation: Relative Influence of Changes in Hydraulic Conductivity with Depth and Climate Change on Estimations of Borehole Yields 
Date: Wednesday 10 April
Time (CEST): 16:30 - 16:45
Room: 2.25


John Bloomfield

Presentation: Understanding the Potential Groundwater Teleconnections to Forecast Hydrological Extremes
Date: Monday 8 April
Time (CEST): 12:15 - 12:30
Room: B

Poster: The Impacts of Major Groundwater Droughts Based on the European Drought Impact Inventory (EDII)
Date: Monday 8 April
Time (CEST): 16:15 - 18:00
Hall: A

Presentation: Relative Influence of Changes in Hydraulic Conductivity with Depth and Climate Change on Estimations of Borehole Yields 
Date: Wednesday 10 April
Time (CEST): 16:30 - 16:45
Room: 2.15

Presentation: European Groundwater Drought Initiative (convener)  
Date: Thursday 11 April
Time (CEST): 08:30 - 10:15
Room: 2.61

PICO: CAMELS-GB: A Large Sample, Open Source, Hyrdo-Meteorological Dataset for Great Britain 
Date: Friday 12 April
Time (CEST): 11:19 - 11:21
Room: PICO Spot 5b


Mihai Cimpoiasu

Poster: Combining X-Ray and Electrical Resistivity Tomography Methods Towards a New Methodology of Soil Hydraulics Properties Assessment
Date: Wednesday 10 April
Time (CEST): 16:15 - 18:00
Hall: X1


Carol Cotterill

Presentation: Seismic Geomorphological Mapping of Buried Glacial Landforms at Dogger Bank, North Sea: Implications for Ice-Sheet Retreat
Date: Monday 8 April 
Time (CEST): 17:00 - 17:15
Room: 0.31

Poster: The Last British-Irish Ice Sheet in the Southern North Sea: Ice Limits, Timing and the Influence of Dogger Bank
Date: Thursday 11 April
Time (CEST): 10:45 - 12:30
Hall: X4

Presentation: ECORD Mission Specific Platform Expeditions in the International Ocean Discovery Programme: Flexible Operations and Technological Developments 
Date: Thursday 11 April
Time (CEST): 12:00 - 12:15
Room: 0.31

Poster: Outreach in Science: What Does it Mean to You? (convener) 
Date: Thursday 11 April
Time (CEST): 14:00 - 15:45
Hall: X4


Melanie Duncan

Presentation: International Natural Hazard Forward Look: Weekly Threat Analysis for the UK Government
Date: Tuesday 9 April
Time (CEST): 14:15 - 15:00
Room: L6

Presentation: Citizen Science Using Mobile Phone Technology in St Vincent & The Grenadines to Facilitate Near-Real Time Multi-Hazard Observations
Date: Friday 12 April
Time (CEST): 12:15 - 12:30
Room: N1


Fabio Dioguardi

Poster: A Sedimentological Model for Quantifying the Sendimentation Rate from Particle Laden Turbulent Boundary Layer Shear Flows 
Date: Tuesday 9 April
Time (CEST): 16:15 - 18:00
Hall: X2

Poster: The Physical Properties and Rheological Characteristics of Flowing Volcanic Ash: First Insights from Laboratory Rheometric Analyses
Date: Monday 8 April
Time (CEST): 16:15 - 18:00
Hall: X2


Sam Engwell (@samengwell)

Presentation: The Devastating Eruption Tsunami of Anak Krakatau - 22 Dec 2018
Date: Wednesday 10 April
Time (CEST): 10:00 - 10:15
Room: L8

Poster: The Physical Properties and Rheological Characteristics of Flowing Volcanic Ash: First Insights from Laboratory Rheometric Analyses
Date: Monday 8 April
Time (CEST): 16:15 - 18:00
Hall: X2


Poster: Insight into the Dynamics of the 1883 Karaktau Eruption and Associated Tsunamis Through Deposit Characterisation and Interpretation
Date: Tuesday 9 April
Time (CEST): 16:15 - 18:00
Hall: X2


Davide Gamboa (@GambixPT)

Poster: Revisiting the Giant Ruatoria Debris Flow on the Hikurangi Margin, New Zealand: Results from IODP Expeditions 372 and 375, Site U1520
Date: Thursday 11 April
Time (CEST): 16:15 - 18:00
Hall: X1 


Helen Glaves (@HelenG66)

Presentation: (Sub-programme Groups Meeting ESSI: BY INVITATION ONLY)  (convener)
Date: Wednesday 10 April
Time (CEST): 14:00 - 15:45
Room: 3.16

Presentation: Mentoring Programme Planning Meeting (convener) 
Date: Monday 8 April
Time (CEST): 10:45 - 12:30
Room: 2.31

Presentation: Division Meeting for Earth and Space Science Informatics (ESSI) (convener) 
Date: Thursday 11 April
Time (CEST): 12:45 - 13:45
Room: 0.96

Presentation: Ian McHarg Medal Lecture by Stefano Nativi (convener)
Date: Tuesday 9 April
Time (CEST): 19:00 - 20:00
Room: L3

Presentation: Establishing a Comprehensive Open and FAIR Ecosystem for Solid Earth and Environmental Researchers, Repositories, Publishers, Policy Makers and Funders (co-convener) 
Date: Friday 12 April
Time (CEST): 10:45 - 12:30 / 14:00 - 15:45
Room: 0.96

Presentation: How to Convene and Chair a Session at the General Assembly (co-convener)
Date: Tuesday 9 April
Time (CEST): 08:30 - 10:15
Room: 2.85

Presentation: ENVRI-FAIR - the Next Step Towards FAIRer Environmental Research
Date: Thursday 9 April
Time (CEST): 09:00 - 09:15
Room: 0.94

Presentation: Building Australia's 'Downward Looking Telescope' - an Opportunity to Develop International Collaboration through Scientific Integration of Observational and Data Infrastructures
Date: Thursday 11 April
Time (CEST): 11:00 - 11:15
Room: 0.94

Poster: Establishing a Comprehensive Open and FAIR Ecosystem for Solid Earth and Environmental Researchers, Repositories, Publishers, Policy Makers and Funders (co-convener) 
Date: Friday 12 April
Time (CEST): 08:30 - 10:15
Hall: X1


Jessica Holmes

Presentation: The Use of Near-Surface Geophysics for Monitoring a Slow-Moving Landslide Affecting Transport in Infrastructure
Date: Wednesday 10 April
Time (CEST): 08:30 - 08:45
Room: 1.61


Olivier Humphrey (@OlivierHumphrey)

Poster: Investigating Soluble Iodine Dynamics in Soil using Microdialysis and SEC-UV-ICP-MS
Date: Wednesday 10 April
Time (CEST): 08:30 - 10:15
Hall: X1 


Colm Jordan (@ColmJordan)

Presentation: METEOR: Modelling Exposure Through Earth Observation Routines to Aid Sustainable Development 
Date: Tuesday 9 April
Time (CEST): 10:45 - 11:00
Room: 0.96

PICO: A morphometric Approach to Reveal the Effects of Ground-ice Thaw on Rapid Mass Movements in Northern Iceland
Date: Tuesday 9 April
Time (CEST): 10:49 - 10:51
Room: PICO Spot 4

PICO: Investigating Potential Landslide Combing Time-series InSAR with Detailed Geomorphological Mapping
Date: Wednesday 10 April
Time (CEST): 10:55 - 10:57
Room: PICO Spot 1 

Presentation: Citizen Science Using Mobile Phone Technology in St Vincent & The Grenadines to Facilitate Near-Real Time Multi-Hazard Observations
Date: Friday 12 April
Time (CEST): 12:15 - 12:30
Room: N1


Jack Lacey (@JackHLacey)

Presentation: Middle to Late Holocene Palaeoenvironmental Change and Anthropogenic Impact in Tropical South East Asia: a Multi-Proxy Lacustrine Record from Tasik Chini, Malaysia 
Date: Monday 8 April
Time (CEST): 09:45 - 10:00
Room: D3

Presentation: DeepCHALLA – a 250,000 Year Record of Hydroclimate from Equatorial East Africa using Diatom and Organic Isotope Data 
Date: Thursday 11 April
Time (CEST): 08:45 - 09:00
Room: 0.31


Mel Leng (@MelJLeng)

Presentation: DeepCHALLA – a 250,000 Year Record of Hydroclimate from Equatorial East Africa using Diatom and Organic Isotope Data
Date: Thursday 11 April
Time (CEST): 08:45 - 09:00
Room: 0.31

Presentation: Middle to Late Holocene Palaeoenvironmental Change and Anthropogenic Impact in Tropical South East Asia: a Multi-Proxy Lacustrine Record from Tasik Chini, Malaysia 
Date: Monday 8 April
Time (CEST): 09:45 - 10:00
Room: D3

Poster: The Sercon CryoGas: for Automated, High Precision δ2H and δ13C Analysis of Gaseous and Dissolved Methane 
Date: Tuesday 9 April
Time (CEST): 10:45 - 12:30
Hall: A

Poster: A Holocene Mulit-Proxy Speleothem Palaeoclimate Record from Iraqi - Kurdistan
Date: Wednesday 10 April
Time (CEST): 14:00 - 15:45
Hall: X5


Graham Leslie

Poster: The Influence of Granite Bodies on Extensional Basins: Insights from Structural, Geodynamic and Thermal Modelling
Date: Wednesday 10 April
Time (CEST): 08:30 - 10:15
Hall: X2

Presentation: Accretion of peri-Gondwanan Elements in the UK Gondwanan Sector or Iapetus
Date: Thursday 11 April
Time (CEST): 16:30 - 16:45
Room: K1

Poster: Structural Geology in the 21st Century: The Role of a Modern Geological Survey 
Date: Friday 12 April
Time (CEST): 10:45 - 12:00
Hall: X4


Ashley Patton

Poster: Observed Controls on the Seasonal Variability of Urban Groundwater Thermal Regimes
Date: Thursday 11 April
Time (CEST): 16:15 - 18:00
Hall: A


Helen Reeves (@BGS_Helen)

Presentation: Landslide Multi-Hazard Risk Assessment, Preparedness and Early Warning in South Asia: Integrating Meteorology, Landscape and Society (LANDSLIP)
Date: Friday 12 April
Time (CEST): 14:00 - 14:15
Room: M2

PICO: Landslide Domains in Data-Poor Regions: Case Study on East Sikkim, India 
Date: Friday 12 April
Time (CEST): 14:06 - 14:08
Room: PICO Spot 4


Johanna Scheidegger (@jo_scheidegger)

Poster: Towards Modelling the Effects of Groundwater-fed Irrigation on the Ganges Basin: Incorporating 2D Lateral Groundwater Flow and Groundwater and Surface Water-fed Irrigation in the VIC Mascroscale Hydrological Model
Date: Thursday 11 April
Time (CEST): 10:45 - 12:30
Hall: A

Poster: Investigating the Influence of Human Water Use Practices on the Hydrological Cycle Using a Sociohydrological Modelling Framework with a Case Study in North India
Date: Wednesday 10 April
Time (CEST): 10:45 - 12:30
Hall: A


Andrew Smith

Poster: The Sercon CryoGas: for Automated, High Precision δ2H and δ13C Analysis of Gaseous and Dissolved Methane 
Date: Tuesday 9 April
Time (CEST): 10:45 - 12:30
Hall: A


Dave Tappin

Presentation: ***The Devastating Eruption Tsunami of Anak Krakatau - 22 Dec 2018***
Date: Wednesday 10 April
Time (CEST): 10:00 - 10:15
Room: L8

Poster: Modelling the Runout of Subaerial to Subaqueous Rock Avalanches in Milford Sound / Piopiotahi, New Zealand
Date: Friday 12 April
Time (CEST): 14:00 - 15:45
Hall: X3

Poster: How to Make Mud Interesting: Engaging a Range of Audiences with Marine Sediment Laboratory Based Research
Date: Thursday 11 April
Time (CEST): 14:00 - 15:45
Hall: X3


Simon Tapster 

Presentation: Chronology and Rates of Magmatic, Volcanic and Ore-Forming Processes (co-convener) 
Date: Thursday 11 April
Time (CEST): 08:30 - 10:15
Room: 2.91

Presentation: New Perspectives into the Timing and Nature of Fluid Exsolution and Migration in Cu Porphyry-forming Magmatic Systems - Evidence from the Yerington
Date: Thursday 11 April
Time (CEST): 09:15 - 9:30
Room: 2.91

Poster: Chronology and Rates of Magmatic, Volcanic and Ore-Forming Processes (co-convener) 
Date: Friday 12 April
Time (CEST): 14:00 - 15:45
Hall: X2


Joanna Thompson

Poster: Using Core and Outcrop Analogues to Predict Flow Pathways in Core: Examples from the Permo-Trias of North-Cheshire, UK
Date: Tuesday 9 April
Time (CEST): 16:15 - 18:00
Hall: X1


Chris Williams

Poster: Creation, Curation and Delivery of High Resoluation Spatial Datasets Ensuring Reliability for Product Development
Date: Tuesday 9 April
Time (CEST): 08:30 - 10:15
Hall: X2



BGS Colleagues attending but not presenting:

Bentje Brauns
Dan Condon (@DanJCondon)
Dan Parkes
Jen Jamieson-Ball (@JamiesonBall)
Matt Harrison (@BGSMatt)



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