Event title:

EEI Colloquium Series: Wednesday 14 April 2021- 3.00-4-00pm - Online

Event details

Event details

Wednesday, 14th April 2021
15:00 - 16:00
  EEI Colloquium Series 2021  

Event description

Event description

The European Geosciences Union (EGU) is the leading organisation for Earth, planetary and space science research in Europe. The EGU General Assembly 2021 will bring together geoscientists from all over the world to one meeting covering all disciplines of the Earth, planetary, and space sciences. This year, the EGU will be held online from the 19th to the 30th of April and will consist of 2-minute research pitches and break-out poster sessions. During this EEI colloquium, our colleagues will present their 2-minute EGU talk and discuss their research.

1. Presenter: Jack Buckingham

Paper: Microplastic in marine, nearshore waters of South Georgia: a study of background environmental levels of microplastic contamination

Authors: Jack Buckingham, Cath Waller, Claire Waluda, and Clara Manno

2. Presenter: Jessica Hurley

Paper: In situ microplastics ingestion by Antarctic marine benthic invertebrates

Authors: Jessica Hurley, Jorg Hardege, Katharina C. Wollenberg Valero, and Simon Morley

3. Presenter: Katie Parsons

Paper: INtergenerational Stories of Erosion and Coastal community Understanding of REsilience ‘INSECURE’

Authors: Katie Parsons, Florence Halstead, and Lisa Jones

4. Presenter: Katie Parsons

Paper: Mapping hedgerow gaps and fostering positive environmental behaviours through a combination of citizen scientists and artificial intelligence

Authors: Katie Parsons and Josh Wolstenholme

5. Presenter: Victoria F. Scott

Paper: The effect of plastic leachates on respiration and foraging behaviour in hermit crabs

Authors: Victoria F. Scott, Jorg D. Hardege, and Katharina C. Wollenberg Valero

6. Presenter: Christina C. Roggatz

Paper: Crabby’s Reef - Using games to bring people closer to the issue of ocean acidification

Authors: Christina C. Roggatz and Christopher J. Skinner



Registration is required. There are 177 seats available.