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“We will find a way, or we will create one” – Hannibal
2020 was a challenging and impacting year for our community but also for our lives. More than ever, it demonstrates the necessity to change, adapt and find new ways for our common future. There we find again a perfect fit with our founding principles: “Geology by Research”. With the same determination and passionated way to deal with our common Geo-challenges, we’re committed to make this changing world a source of opportunities for all of us and for the future of Geosciences.
We wish you an enthusiastic, passionated and healthy 2021 year that will be full of opportunities of working together at making great Geology !
One week of intense sharing setting future of our research on rift to drift processes. Thanks to all of the IRW19’ outstanding community and can’t wait for the next workshop…
- 45 participants
- 80% academic / 20% industry researchers👩💻👨💻
- 10+ nationalities (AUS, CAN, CH, CN, DE, FR, NL, NO, SP, UK, US).🗺✈️
- 5/6 days of rain 🙁 🌧🌂
- ~350km of field trip across the Pyrenean rift 🚌🚌🚌🚌🚌
- 30 bottles of wine for the wine tasting 🍷
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The second edition of the IMAGinING RIFTING workshop will be held in Biarritz, France next fall. You’ll find more infos and the application form to attend the workshop on the dedicated page here.
New EPSL paper by Anthony Jourdon.
Jourdon, A., Le Pourhiet, L., Mouthereau, F., & Masini, E. (2019). Role of rift maturity on the architecture and shortening distribution in mountain belts. Earth and Planetary Science Letters, 512, 89-99.
This website is to introduce you M&U, a Geology company which aims to link academic and industry research to create value while pushing back frontiers of knowledge in Geosciences. This idea came when I realised that basic needs of these two apparent separated worlds, Academic & Industry, are actually behind their neighbour’s door.
Let me introduce you one of the best answer to this major challenge: “Imagining Rifting 2”. To be held in SW France next fall, this event aims at gathering outstanding geoscientists of both academic and industry world to tackle fundamental issues about rifting processes. We firmly believe that combining diverse points of views and disciplines should help to better define and challenge unknowns while exploring the true diversity of rifted margins. More details will be available soon.
Because facing new challenges is often the fuel to get further in Science, M&U should be a new opportunity to make and share great geology… Through Research…