Increased use of the subsurface, for example for geothermal energy production or subsurface storage, is crucial for achieving the (inter)national goals for greenhouse gas emissions. Today it was announced that
Access for Earth Scientists
The European Plate Observing System – Netherlands (EPOS-NL) integrates large-scale geophysical facilities in the Netherlands into a coherent infrastructure for research into geo-societal challenges. This infrastructure develops innovative new facilities and provides open access to cutting-edge research facilities and data.
Call open from 30 January to 12 March 2023, for proposals to get free-of-charge access to: the Multi-scale Imaging and Tomography (MINT) facilities at Utrecht University (MINT-UU) and Delft University
Go and have a look! (link) This catalogue is being developed by the EPOS-NL and EPOS-Multi-Scale Labs teams to provide a single access point for solid Earth scientific laboratory data,