Tuesday, December 20, 2016


Thanks to a donation by Martin Bohle (Corresponding Citizen Scientist), the IAPG - International Association for Promoting Geoethics will support the participation of 5 young geoscientists from low-income countries at the EGU General Assembly 2017, by covering the APC - Abstract Processing Charge (Euros 40,00), if they will submit an abstract in the IAPG session EOS14 on Geoethics (see the call for abstracts at: http://www.geoethics.org/egu2017-eos14).

Martin Bohle

A) Abstracts must be sent to Martin Bohle (Martin.Bohle@ec.europa.eu) and Giuseppe Di Capua (giuseppe.dicapua@ingv.it) by 31st December 2016. Authors must indicate first name, last name, date of birth, country, affiliation and email address.

B) Giuseppe Di Capua, treasurer of the IAPG, will check that the eligibility criteria (i): <=35 years at date of opening of EGU General Assembly 2017 (23/4/2017), and ii): affiliated to an institution/organization situated in a low-income country (see list of the World Bank https://datahelpdesk.worldbank.org/knowledg…/articles/906519).

C) By 5th January 2017, Martin Bohle will rank the abstracts in view of two criteria:
i) scientific quality and ii) relevance; the two criteria have equal weight; in case of a tied situation a fair gender balance within the group selected awardees will be aimed at by Martin Bohle.

D) The list of applications and outcome of selection procedure will be published on the IAPG Website.

E) Abstracts will be submitted and paid directly by Martin Bohle on behalf of authors.

We wait for your abstracts!

Thanks again to Martin Bohle for his generous sponsorship.

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