The Azores is a unique group of islands filled with a number of geological curiosities. During the EFG’s spring Council Meeting, delegates had the chance to visit one of these curiosities, the Algar do Carvão site, as part of the field trip to Terceira Island....
The Europe CCUS & Decarbonisation Summit of March 2022 The Europe CCUS & Decarbonisation Summit took place in Brussels between the 30th and 31st of March 2022. The event which was held at the Marriot Grand Place benefitted from a media partnership with the...
Forensic geology: A novel application of geology For many people Geology is that strange science that names the stones and paints the maps in colours. There are really very few people who really know geology and its social utility. In fact, many professionals of...
Urban geology & sustainable city development – The key role of Geological Surveys in making resilient cities Cities are growing in size: laterally, in height and in-depth. The subsurface plays a vital role in city evolution. Not just the space, the subsurface...
To wrap up the year, we would like to present you our latest StoryMap, a virtual travel through the photos submitted to the 2021 EAGE/EFG photo contest. The theme of the photo contest was “Legends of Geoscience”. We have received many inspiring pictures submitted in...
The Augmented Reality Sandbox – an innovative tool to teach geosciences as experienced during the 2021 Researcher’s Night “Wisenight” in Brussels A contribution by S. Verheyden, C. Burlet, G. Stasi, R. Barros, M. Cabidoche and A. Choopani. Wisenight This year, the...
Under the category EFGeoBlog, we welcome guest posts from external contributors who would like to present recent research or professional developments in the field of geosciences. Posts may include reports from geoscience events, information on publications and relevant EU policy development. As one of EFG’s main missions is to create public awareness of the importance of geoscience for society, we are particularly interested in best practice reports about geoscience outreach initiatives.
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