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 (MYRES) is an inter-disciplinary conference series and international community building effort in the solid Earth sciences.

The kick-off meeting, MYRES-I on "Heat, Helium, Hotspots, and Whole Mantle Convection" was held in San Diego 2004; from material from this meeting, see the MYRES-I pages. The core team that worked on MYRES-I consisted of Thorsten Becker, Magali Billen (UC Davis), James Kellogg, Jeanne Hardebeck, Cin-Ty Lee, Laurent Montesi, Wendy Panero, Frederik Simons, and Shijie Zhong.

Please see www.myres.org, the MYRES web page for information on where MYRES went from our early efforts, including MYRES-II, MYRES-III, and MYRES-2010.

For posting to the MYRES email list please see the MYRES forum page.

  • 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: December 13, 2018. (c) JSG Geodynamics, 2018.