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EGU2014 Webstreaming

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Selected sessions as well as all press conferences during the General Assembly 2014 will be live-streamed and are also available on demand after the conference. Below you find the overall webstreaming programme. Once the individual sessions start, a link opening the respective stream will appear:

Monday, 28 April 2014

Face of the Earth Keynote Lecture: Rocks of the Earth
13:30–14:30 / Y1 /  Details /  Stream

Press Conference 1
Sinking coastal cities
14:00–15:00 / Press Centre /  Details /  Stream

Press Conference 2
Hydrological challenges facing the planet
15:10-16:10 / Press Centre /  Details /  Stream

Tuesday, 29 April 2014

The Role of Geoscientists in Public Policy
10:30-12:00 / R1 /  Details /  Stream

Press Conference 3
The changing Arctic
12:00-13:00 / Press Centre /  Details /  Stream

Arthur Holmes Medal Lecture by Kevin C.A. Burke
12:15-13:15 / R1 /  Details /  Stream

Press Conference 4
The Anthropocene: are we living in the age of humans?
13:00–14:00 / Press Centre /  Details /  Stream

Face of the Earth Keynote Lecture: Waters of the Earth
13:30–14:30 / B10 /  Details /  Stream

Press Conference 5
Looking in to the past to predict future climate: new results from IODP and Past4Future programmes
14:00–15:30 / Press Centre /  Details /  Stream

Face of the Earth Union Symposium
15:30-17:00 / Y1 /  Details /  Stream

Press Conference 6
Sights and sounds: volcanoes on Earth and Mars
15:30–16:30 / Press Centre /  Details /  Stream

Press Conference 7
Cassini and Saturn: the 10th anniversary and new results
16:30–17:30 / Press Centre /  Details /  Stream

Wednesday, 30 April 2014

Press Conference 8
Shedding light on lightning – in the lab and extrasolar objects
09:00–10:00 / Press Centre /  Details /  Stream

Press Conference 9
IPCC media briefing
12:00-13:30 / Press Centre /  Details /  Stream

Face of the Earth Keynote Lecture: Life of the Earth
13:30–14:30 / G11 /  Details /  Stream

Press Conference 10
The new face of the Moon: science and exploration
13:30–14:40 / Press Centre /  Details /  Stream

IPCC Climate Change 2013 / 2014: Findings and Lessons Learned
15:30-17:00 / R6 /  Details /  Stream

Metals in our backyard: to mine or not to mine
15:30-17:00 / Y1 /  Details/  Stream

EGU Award Ceremony
18:00-19:00 / R1 /  Details /  Stream

Thursday, 01 May 2014

Press Conference 11
The unusual suspects – applying geoscience to crops, coffee, forensics and wine
10:00–11:00 / Press Centre /  Details /  Stream

Press Conference 12
Fingerprints of life: from the early Earth to outer space
11:00–12:00 / Press Centre /  Details /  Stream

Lithosphere dynamics, intraplate deformation, and sedimentary basins
10:30-12:00 / R1 /  Details /  Stream

Jean Dominique Cassini Medal Lecture by Stamatios M. Krimigis
12:15-13:15 / R1 /  Details /  Stream

Face of the Earth Keynote Lecture: Atmosphere of the Earth
13:30–14:30 / R1 /  Details /  Stream

Geoengineering the climate: the way forward?
15:30-17:00 / Y1 /  Details /  Stream

Friday, 02 May 2014

Alexander von Humboldt Medal Lecture by Pradeep Mujumdar
12:15-13:15 / R1 /  Details /  Stream

Face of the Earth Keynote Lecture: Space and the Earth
13:30–14:30 / R1 /  Details /  Stream