The new EGU General Assembly presentation format – April 2021 vEGU2021 For the second year in a row, the ongoing coronavirus pandemic meant the EGU General Assembly was held virtually with no in-person attendance. However, the online format enabled vEGU21 to last for a week longer than usual, from 19-30 April 2021, and have moreContinue reading “‘Advertising your research in 2 minutes’”
Have you seen our blogpost on the EGU website? The 3DDD team were recently invited to contribute a blogpost to the Natural Hazards division of the European Geophysical Union (EGU). In the EGU’s own words: “This blog serves as a platform for the natural hazards community to share news, events, and activities, as well asContinue reading “EGU Natural Hazards blogpost – May 2021”
The ongoing coronavirus pandemic meant the AGU General Assembly from 1-17 December 2020 was online only. It was unfortunate not to be able to attend the conference and share some of our first finding related to the 3DDD project. Poster title: From meteorological to reservoir drought: The influence of a dense network of unmonitored smallContinue reading “AGU online poster presentation of 3DDD – December 2020”
The ongoing coronavirus pandemic meant the EGU General Assembly from 4-8 May 2020 was online only. It was unfortunate not to be able to attend the conference and deliver our presentation about the 3DDD project face-to-face, in addition to missing out on the excellent discussions that follow these sessions. However, hopefully the presentation reached aContinue reading “EGU online presentation of the 3DDD project – May 2020”
Even though Brazil is known as a tropical country with abundant forest and with approximately 12% of the world’s fresh water reserves, there are semi-arid regions including a large part of the northeast and a small part of the southeast of the country. These regions are affected by water shortage which has been amplified byContinue reading “3DDD Kickoff meeting – July 2019 – Ceará”
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