Thorsten W. Becker

Jackson School of Geosciences
The University of Texas at Austin

MYRES

MYRES-I

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The Meeting of Young Researchers in the Earth Sciences () was an inter-disciplinary conference series and international community building effort that ran from 2003-2010.

The kick-off meeting, MYRES-I on Heat, Helium, Hotspots, and Whole Mantle Convection was held in San Diego in 2004. From there, topics wandered organically via faults and earthquakes, and surface processes, to connections between the solid Earth and the biosphere. You can read more information on the historical web pages for MYRES I-V.

  • Montesi, L. G. J., di Toro, G., Simons, F. J., Akber-Knudson, S., Becker, T. W., Billen, M., Deschamps, A., and Kellogg, J. B.: Young scientists focus on the dynamics of the lithosphere, EOS Trans. AGU, 87(44), 482, 2006. (PDF)
  • Simons, F. J., Becker, T. W., Kellogg, J. B., Billen, M., Hardebeck, J., Lee, C.-T., Montesi, L. G. J., Panero, W. and Zhong, S.: MYRES: A Program to Unite Young Solid Earth Researchers, EOS Transactions AGU, 86, (5), 48, 2005. (PDF)
  • Simons, F. J., Becker, T. W., Kellogg, J. B., Billen, M., Hardebeck, J., Lee, C.-T., Montesi, L. G. J., Panero, W. and Zhong, S.: Young Solid Earth Researchers of the World Unite!, EOS Transactions AGU, 85, (60), 160, 2004.(PDF)


Updated: September 27, 2022. (c) Thorsten Becker, 1997-2022.