Cornelia Steiner, 27 April 2020
The General Assembly of the European Geosciences Union (EGU) is Europe’s largest geoscience conference. More than 15 000 scientists come together from all over the world to present and discuss the latest research topics at this annual event, which usually takes place in the city of Vienna. This year it is a little different.
The EGU General Assembly 2020 becomes an online event. Planned posters and talks will be transformed into online displays. Authors share abstracts and presentation material, which can be commented by participants. A text-based chat function allows authors and participants to engage in further discussions.
The ERE1.2 session “GeoERA: Towards integrated European geoscience services for today’s and future generations” will include two displays related to our project MUSE. The first one (D704) will introduce the project itself and highlights achieved so far. The second one (D716) will go into thermal interferences between groundwater heat pump systems.
Join our MUSE team for a discussion on shallow geothermal energy and its special challenges in cities during the live chat on Friday, 8 May 2020, 08:30 – 10:15. Link to session ERE1.2: https://meetingorganizer.copernicus.org/EGU2020/displays/34714
All displays will be available online until end of May 2020. Find out more about EGU2020 and explore breaking geoscientific research:https://egu2020.eu/sharing_geoscience_online/sharing_geoscience_online.html
EGU2020: Sharing Geoscience Online is open to anyone interested and free of charge!
Older MUSE posts:
- Pilot area activities – #12 Thermal groundwater use in the urbanized area of Zagreb, Croatia
- Pilot area activities – #11 Groundwater monitoring in Bratislava, Slovakia
- Pilot area activities – #10 Hydrogeological characterisation of abandoned mine workings for low-enthalpy geothermal in Glasgow, Scotland
- Pilot area activities – #9 Geological and Hydrogeological surveys in Cardiff, UK
- Pilot area activities – #8 Hydrogeological and geothermal surveys in Ljubljana, Slovenia
- Pilot area activities – #7 New construction of a shallow geothermal installation in Prague, Czech Republic
- Pilot area activities – #6 Groundwater monitoring in Girona, Catalonia, Spain
- Pilot area activities – #5 Geothermal data analysis in Aarhus, Denmark
- Pilot area activities – #4 Geothermal data collection in Cork City, Ireland
- Pilot area activities – #3 Groundwater monitoring in Zaragoza, Spain
- Pilot area activities – #2 Geological and geophysical surveys in Linköping, Sweden
- Pilot area activities – #1 Groundwater monitoring in Vienna, Austria
- Geophysical survey in Anderlecht
- MUSE team meeting in Cardiff, UK
- Knowledge Exchange Workshop of MUSE and HotLime projects held in Zagreb
- MUSE leaflet available now
- The MUSE team met in Essen, Germany