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...
EFG partners with the Earth Futures Festival Earth Science, or geoscience, is the keystone to understanding the complex and changing relationships between the planet’s physical and biological systems, human interaction with the environment and climatic impacts. Yet...
A web-based landslide susceptibility map for Attica Region in Greece Figure 1: Rockfall at Galani spring near the village of Agia Pelagia (Eastern side of Kithira Island, Greece). The photo has been taken by UAV (February 2019). I would like to present a recent...
Hydrogen: a new opportunity for oil and gas companies It is no secret that environmental associations, NGOs and other environmentally friendly individuals express great hostility towards oil companies; this hostility is notorious. In a world that is increasingly...
Layman’s sample practice: geology for everyone The layman’s sample practice of the Geological Survey of Finland (GTK) is a unique national practice in raw material exploration and research. Its primary purpose is to increase knowledge related to Finnish...
International Geodiversity Day – increasing global awareness of geological heritage Over 600 participants from more than 60 countries gathered at the Oxford Geoheritage Virtual Conference in May 2020 to share their research in geodiversity and geoheritage. At...
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