MYRES: A program to unite young solid earth researchers
Article first published online: 3 JUN 2011
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Eos, Transactions American Geophysical Union
Volume 86, Issue 5, page 48, 1 February 2005
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The first Meeting of Young Researchers in the Earth Sciences (MYRES-I), held in August of 2004, focused on “Heat, helium, hotspots, and whole mantle convection.” Biennial meetings, with MYRES-I as the first, are one of the ways the MYRES initiative is building an “international, interdisciplinary open and unbiased community of colleagues who interact regularly to informally exchange ideas, data, and tools, and formulate new collaborative research projects” (see Young Solid Earth Researchers of the World Unite! published in Eos, 85(16), 160, 2004). This article reports on our first workshop, discusses what is happening in the community, and calls for proposals to keep MYRES funded.