EGU participants (Vienna, April 2012)

Country Statistics

  

Germany

2,008

France

966

United Kingdom

920

United States

788

Italy

778

Austria

523

Switzerland

500

Spain

484

Netherlands

380

Russian Federation

295

Norway

245

Japan

224

Belgium

211

China

192

Sweden

187

Canada

172

Czech Republic

155

Denmark

153

Taiwan

143

Poland

133

Greece

129

Australia

122

Portugal

109

Finland

109

Turkey

109

Korea, Republic Of

108

Romania

88

Hungary

81

Israel

78

Brazil

60

Ireland

50

Mexico

45

New Zealand

40

Slovakia

40

Slovenia

38

Latvia

28

India

25

Croatia

21

South Africa

20

Bulgaria

20

Saudi Arabia

19

Estonia

18

Taiwan, Province Of China

18

Serbia

17

Iran, Islamic Republic Of

15

Singapore

15

Iceland

14

Luxembourg

13

Algeria

12

Cyprus

12

Ukraine

11

Tunisia

10

Chile

10

Hong Kong

9

Venezuela, Bolivarian Republic Of

9

Lithuania

8

Argentina

7

Egypt

7

Oman

5

United Arab Emirates

5

Georgia

5

Morocco

4

Belarus

4

Colombia

4

Montenegro

3

Jordan

3

Libya

2

Réunion

2

Palestinian Territory, Occupied

2

Indonesia

2

Niger

2

Cape Verde

2

Nigeria

2

Bosnia And Herzegovina

1

Peru

1

Kazakhstan

1

Costa Rica

1

Tanzania, United Republic Of

1

Philippines

1

Bermuda

1

Ecuador

1

Brunei Darussalam

1

Kenya

1

Trinidad And Tobago

1

Afghanistan

1

Albania

1

Bangladesh

1

Cameroon

1

Korea, Democratic People’s Republic Of

1

Uruguay

1

Ethiopia

1

Uzbekistan

1

Gambia

1

Sri Lanka

1

Malaysia

1

Unknown

205

No. of Participants

11,275

No. of Countries

95

Published by

Erwin

Research interest: Hydrochemistry, multivariate analysis, and R programming My current focus is how to provide the hydrostratigraphy of volcanic aquifers in Bandung area. The research is based on environmental isotope measurement in groundwater and morphometry. My work consists of hydrochemical measurements. I am using multivariate statistical methods to provides more quantitative foundation for the analysis and more insight into the groundwater behaviour.

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