Welcome to Loomio! Here is where the discussions, conversations, and decisions are made for Earth ArXiv!
Hi all, I'm Rob Storrar, a Glacial Geomorphologist at Sheffield Hallam University in the UK
Hello. I am Srikanth. I completed 35y career in Petroleum E&P in India and Abu Dhabi (UAE). Taught Petroleum Geology for 3 years at IIT Bombay, India. My career was divided between Development Geology, Computer Science & Technology. Currently I am developing the 4th Paradigm Geoscience - structure, course and contents. I pursue learning the differences between High-Performance-Sciences like Biosciences and Geoscience. Developing a robust Earth Systems Science is my idea for addressing the challenges in responsibility and accountability to Earth! Look forward to be contributing with usefulness.
my last blog post on preprint
thanks Earth ArXiv!
Hi Chris, thanks for the info and looking forward to being a part of this! I run seminars at my institution and it would be great to create a presentation about EarthArXiv and pre-prints when I've got to know the environment a bit better. I'll be sure to ask for some advice and maybe material to help with this!
The artwork is up on the Everything stickers thread...
I’m happy to order some stickers for UK people if you can send me the artwork please @Bruce Caron
I have a few hundred stickers... I'm looking to pass these to someone from the US going to the EGU...ANYONE? Mailing stickers from the US to other countries is a real pain and expensive. I'm going to start a sticker thread... so hop on there if you want stickers or the artwork to make your own.
Hi all the new folks! Welcome to EarthArXiv; we value your support and energy. As you know, we're currently going through an excting transition in terms of who hosts our platform; we hope this leads to a better service for all users. Until we've settled on where we're going and when, we encourage you to keep talking to friends, colleagues, and co-authors about the value of preprints. The ASAPbio FAQs are a great place to start: https://asapbio.org/preprint-info/preprint-faq. We've also got some EarthArXiv-specific material (e.g. slides, posters); if you'd like some of these, please let me know. Also, @Bruce Caron, might it be possible for us to order more stickers?!?! Thanks!
Howdy all! I'm Rob Mahon, assistant professor of sedimentology at the University of New Orleans.
Howdy everyone! I am Jesse, my background is in sedimentology and quantitative stratigraphy. I am a professor of computer science here at UT Austin and I am looking forward to interacting with you all.
I am the moderator for arXiv's astro-ph.EP category (Earth and Planetary Astrophysics), and am very much looking forward to learning more about EarthArXiv and receiving your feedback. For your information, the content description of astro-ph.EP is "Interplanetary medium, planetary physics, planetary astrobiology, extrasolar planets, comets, asteroids, meteorites. Structure and formation of the solar system"
Hi everyone! I'm Sheree, a postdoc at the Geological Survey of Canada funded by Laurentian University. I'm working on global scale Pb isotopes and the links to tectonics, geodynamics and mineral systems. Happy to be part of this community and looking forward to getting to know everyone!
Hi everyone! My name is Will and I'm a 2nd year PhD student at the University of St Andrews. I am developing the technique of millimetre wave radar for mapping glaciers and volcanoes in order to measure deformation and surface reflectivity. Happy to join the community and look forward to speaking to you all soon! My research website can be found here: www.williamharcourt.co.uk
Hi everyone! I am Grisel, Research Scientist working at University Petronas in Malaysia. Currently working in carbonate reservoir modelling using Multipoint Statistic method in Central Luconia province, Malaysia. Glad to join the community. Regards from Malaysia!
Hi! I'm Ben Johnson, an Earth system scientist, isotope geochemist, and sedimentary geologist. My work focuses on large scale interactions between the biosphere, geosphere, and atmosphere and the Evolution of the Earth System. Here's my website, and I'm happy to be part of the team! https://www.benwjohnson.com/
Hi all. I'm Eric, a geochemist. My research focuses on materials relate to energy and environment that can address the energy crisis from a perspective of sustainability. I am particularly interested in the geochemical processes in fluid-rock interactions. My current work investigates the degradation of nuclear material in repository environments and the oil-rock interactions in unconventional shale. https://er1czz.github.io/
Welcome to all. I am Pablo Ampuero. I have been an EA ambassador for 1+ year, systematically posting preprints and encouraging colleagues to do so. I am an earthquake researcher (seismology, geophysics, computational fracture dynamics), formerly at Caltech and currently at the Geoazur lab in Nice, France.
Hello all, I'm Jeanine, a biogeochemist at Rice University specializing in the interface between the biotic and the abiotic realm through the lens of isotopes. Just submitted my first pre-print to EA earlier this year, and I'm excited to be a part of this community.
Hi everyone! I am a Research Associate at the Department of Civil Engineering, Indian Institute of Technology Kanpur, India. I work on remote sensing of snow (alpine snow) in the Indian Himalayas using hyperspectral and polarimetric SAR data. I have been around here for the past couple of years.
Hi there! Welcome to EarthArXiv!! David Fernández-Blanco here! I've been the "community manager" (twitter) almost since EA take off -- so if you saw your submission announced, that was probably me!
I'm a postdoc that likes orogen-basin integrations at tectonic scale and am at Imperial College London now. For the curious: http://geodavidfdez.com/
Hi everyone, and welcome to new council members. I'm an assistant professor at the University of New Brunswick in Canada. My research program straddles biogeochemistry, geomicrobiology, and near-surface geophysics.
I am a Research Assistant Professor of Geoinformatics at the University of Arizona BIO5 Institute. I work on spatial data cyberinfrastructure for CyVerse, collaborating with a diverse group of data science oriented projects in the life and earth sciences.
Hello! I'm a marine geologist/geophysicist at GNS Science in Wellington, New Zealand. My research focuses on gas hydrates, fluid flow and seafloor geomorphology - currently working on the Hikurangi Margin. I think EarthArXiv is an awesome idea and think it is especially significant in areas where institutions don't have the funds to provide access to numerous publishers.
Warm welcome to all new members!
As I will leave the council, I want to say thanks and goodbye to everyone, was definitely a highlight to meet so many of you at this year's EGU!
Hello to all the newcomers!
I've been on the EarthArXiv advisory council for about a year now. I'm a Senior Lecturer in Volcanology at the University of Hull. I like volcanic flows, open access and Twitter.
Hi everyone, I've been following EarthArXiv since the inception and I'm so happy this exists. I'm a geophysicist and just started a Lecturer position at the University of Liverpool, UK. I work mainly on gravity and magnetic inverse problems and develop a bunch of open-source software as well. More info at https://www.leouieda.com
As part of the original council I look forward to continue to promoting the arxiv.
I am an assistant prof at the Université de Montréal working on the effects of mineral aerosols on climate and ecosystems, mainly coming from fugitive emissions aka dust storms from present measurements/remote sensing, but also looking at these dynamics in past landscapes e.g., LGM using paleoclimatic models.
I am interested in exploring OA options for society level journals and return the power of the pen back these grassroots groups.
I was on the initial EarthArXiv Advisory Council and I'm very happy to continue promoting it. I re-introduce myself for the newcomers.
I'm a sedimentologist (Lecturer) at the University of Geneva working on modern sedimentary environments, mostly lakes. I use sediment cores, high resolution seismic data and multibeam echosounding. My favorite subjects are sublacustrine delta systems and canyons, sublacustrine mass-movements, event beds, and lake tsunamis. I'm also interested in Anthropocene questions.
I promote increased democracy and equity in academia and I like collaborative and Open Access initiatives.
Hi Everyone! Thanks for joining the community. When my busy period of works finishes, which should be in a couple of weeks time, I'll organise a group call to answer any questions you may have. Thanks! chris
Dear Bruce, dear all, nice to meet you all! what a great community! By the way, Bruce, could you tell us more on our role? what can we do as ambassador, moderator...? best
Hi everyone! I have a new-ish role as Open Science Librarian at University of California, Berkeley, and subject liaison to the Dept of Earth & Planetary Science. I've worked in Earth/Geoscience librarianship for a while but am excited to be more active in promoting open workflows, particularly preprints!
Hey folks 👋. I'm currently finishing up my PhD at the Technical University of Denmark (DTU) officially working in 4D seismics as I'm a geophysicist by trade. Realistically, I build neural networks and talk about machine learning all day though. Been a visiting scholar in Edinburgh at Heriot-Watt University this year and that was loads of fun. I do some Python teaching, consulting here and there, really like hackathons, collaboration, open science and source and all that jazz.
Twitter and Github are my just name and orcid is of course funky.
And if you're really bored, dramsch.net and the-geophysicist.com are mine.
I'm new to loomio, so please forgive my Noob-ness.
Hi everyone! I'm a postdoc at the Globe Institute at the University of Copenhagen. I always like to introduce myself as a mineralogist but I've been told that my knowledge and skills are definitely better explained as geochemist. I'm interested in the interaction between organic compounds and minerals, mainly at the nano and molecular scale. Currently, I'm working on DNA-mineral interactions and how to prevent the spread of antibiotic resistance genes through soils and wastewater. Thanks for having me :)
I was with EarthArXiv from the start, but am happy to re-introduce myself. I am a climate scientist from The Netherlands, working in Bonn, Germany. Currently I am working on a post-publication journal-independent peer review system. It should make it less important where to publish, in the end also archives would be fine, and thus breaks the power of the scientific publishers.
Help getting this going is welcome.
Hi all - I'm currently finishing up my PhD at the University of Auckland on maar lake sediment. I focus mainly on stratigraphy and geochronology with some palaeoclimate and tephra work mixed in. I'm really excited about becoming a part of the community.
cool. New peeps!!
Hello! I'm a 3rd-year PhD student at Scripps Institution of Oceanography and very happy to join this community project. My research focuses on oceanic internal waves and their role in climate and sediment transport. Aside from that, I do some work on theoretical urban epidemiology.
Hi all! I'm a post-doctoral researcher in France, at Geoazur Institute. I seriously love the philosophy of EarthArXiv, and very happy to be involved in the community here!
I've been working on numerical modeling of rupture dynamics, seismic wave propagation and nonlinear behavior of geomaterials. In general, I'm interested in learning more about earthquake physics and seismic hazard assessment. Currently I'm a visitor at Caltech. Twitter: @elifo_alpha
Hey! Happy to be here. I'm an 4th year undergrad in Geology at the Indian Institute of Technology (IIT), Roorkee. My work so far has been based on Geochronology, Stable Isotopes, Himalayan Geology, and a little dabble with planetary stuff.
I was a visitor at ANU for 3 months this year.
I'm an isotope geochemist at Purdue University (USA).
Hi Folks! Great to be involved in the community. I am currently a lecturer in structural geology and tectonics at the University of Leicester, UK. My main research expertise are in upper crustal brittle deformations, fluid-rock interaction, and fluid/liquid migration in the crust.
Hi Irene. Very happy to have you on board !
Ciao a tutte e tutti! Happy and excited to be here! I am a geotech-geo-environmental engineer working mainly on landslide propagation, landslide induced tsunamis and volcanic tephra dispersal, using both an experimental and a numerical approach. I am lecturer at the University of Plymouth (UK). https://www.plymouth.ac.uk/staff/irene-manzella Twitter: @Irene_Manzella
everyone who signed up as of October 11 is on the main list. Anyone who said they would like an invite to Loomio has been invited.
Have we updated the membership of the Loomio group yet @Bruce Caron? It would be good to get a full list of the final board membership. Thanks!
Hi all - great to be on board and very pleased to be involved. My background is in volcanology, sedimentology, and a bit of rock physics and deformation. Senior Lecturer at UWE Bristol
I did not check that! Anyway, Zack, if you happen to come by before moving to Ann Arbor, I am here. I have no plans for Tokyo until March...
Nice to meet you all. I am Zack Spica, currently postdoc at the Earthquake Research Institute of the University of Tokyo, and starting as an Assistant Prof at the University of Michigan in Jan. 2020. https://zackspica.github.io/
@danielpastorgalan I am going to give a talk on Friday at Tohoku University. Hopefully we'll have the chance to catch up.
Hi all, This is Daniel Pastor-Galán. I am an assistant professor at Tohoku University, Japan.
I have followed EarthArXiv since it started.
My webpage is www.danielpastorgalan.com
Hello, i am a French associate professor of geochemistry. You can check my digital researcher profile here https://olivierpourret.wordpress.com/2019/08/31/who-i-am/ and my Open Access story here https://olivierpourret.wordpress.com/2019/09/04/my-open-access-story/