Everything is ready for EGU: the talk is prepared — see you all tomorrow morning!
Here are some details:
|date:||Monday, April 27th|
|title of talk:||“Using Secondary Information for Realistic Interpolation of Groundwater Quality Parameters and Associated Uncertainty Quantification”|
|session:||GI1.5 Applications of Data, Methods and Models in Geosciences|
|authors:||Claus Haslauer, Theresia Heißerer, András Bárdossy|
I remember from last year, that I enjoyed the spot pictured below for lunch: it’s outside, with a few on water (it might be a side-canal of the Danube, and: there is a physical map of Europe with typical rocks of different parts of Europe glued to their proper location. Hence, I am looking forward to a collection that the EGU has in mind, as they write here:
All participants are welcome to bring a stone from their home country to be collected in the entrance hall, placed in a showcase, and their origin will be marked on a world map. This will be a piece of geoscience art created by all participants together and is part of the 2014 theme Face of the Earth. Please catch up on the regulations in your country regarding the export of such a stone. The stone should not be larger than 12 x 12 x 12 cm. The artwork will be donated to an Austrian educational organization. Therefore, your stone will stay in Vienna. Exhibition Spot: Entrance Hall – Ground Floor (Yellow Level)