IGS EGG

The Early-career Glaciologists Group (EGG) of the International Glaciological Society (IGS).

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Dear ECSs

We hope that you and your families are doing well during these difficult times. As most of us are in the same situation, working from home, struggling to concentrate and trying not to think about COVID-19 all the time, we though we try to take your mind off these thought a bit by starting an EGG-blog where people can share their experience and pictures of moments during fieldwork. For some of us fieldwork did mean some kind of social distancing for some time, but with a more positive background.

How the blog works:

We invite anyone who wants to share pictures, stories, quotes, video etc. about fieldwork to send them to egg@igsoc.org. That could even be a picture with a caption, small description, or some quotes. We will kick off the blog with some stories the EGG committee has to share, but this is supposed to be a casual/informal blog, where nobody has to worry about the quality of English or to include scientific work.

Our first entry comes from EGG’s chair, Rebecca Schlegel.

Really excited to hear your fieldwork stories.

Stay safe,

The EGG Steering Committee

Jul 22, 2020

Jokulhlaups

Geological Setting Öræfajökull is an ice-capped stratovolcano which lies on the southeast coast of Iceland on the southern tip of the Vatnajökull ice cap (Stevenson et al., 2006). Although seismically...

May 15, 2020

Field Work Wars

Field Work Episode I: The Weather Strikes Back Emma Pearce, PhD student at The University of Leeds For those of you who have seen Star Wars Episode V, the Empire...

Apr 15, 2020

Natural social distancing

Natural social distancing – my first field season in Antarctica Rebecca Schlegel LONELYNESS It was late November 2018 that I, for the first time in my life, had to think...

Feb 12, 2020

New Zealand Branch Meetup

The New Zealand branch had our annual meeting 3 - 5 February, held this year on Matiu Somes Island. We had an EGG mixer on the first evening, which included...

Jan 1, 2020

Egg has a new logo!

IGS EGG has a new logo! Penguins, like early-career glaciologists, inhabit cold places and are concerned with ice.

Jan 1, 2020

British Branch Meetup!

ECS come-together at the IGS British Branch September 2019 September 4-5th 2019 at Northumbria University, Newcastle The British Branch of the IGS is meeting once a year, this year’s meeting...

Aug 30, 2019

Welcome to EGG!

Welcome to the website for the International Glaciological Society’s Early-career Glaciologist Group (the IGS EGG)! In the near future, we’ll be updating this page to include information about EGG events...

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