Annual gathering of AmeriFlux scientists, to be held at the University of Michigan Biological Station (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hR5_gDQAelE)
The 5th ICOS Science Conference will be organised in Utrecht (TivoliVredenburg event venue) and online around the world. The conference will run from Tuesday 13th to Thursday 15th of September, 2022. The overall, overarching theme of the conference is "Tracking progress to carbon neutrality”.
On behalf of the organising committee, we cordially invite you to attend the coming AsiaFlux 2022. Please come and join to make a difference in AsiaFlux 2022 which aims to provide opportunities for the delegates to present their most recent research activities, to exchange new ideas and experiences, to establish research relations and to explore... More
The 18th US-China Carbon Alliance Annual Conference will be held from September 22 to 25, 2022 at China University of Geosciences (Wuhan). Topics such as simulations, responses to climate change and human activity. This annual meeting adheres to the purpose of USCCC and provides an open and cooperative academic exchange platform for colleagues.
The European Space Agency (ESA), in collaboration with Global Carbon Project, CEOS, NASA and the European Commission, is organising the 4th Carbon from Space Workshop to bring together the EO, in situ and Earth system science communities to identify gaps, challenges and issues to address in understanding the carbon cycle. The workshop, this time, will... More
We are delighted to announce the first call for abstracts and invitation to register to attend the 36th annual conference of the South African Society for Atmospheric Sciences (SASAS). The conference will be held at the University of the Witwatersrand in Braamfontein, Gauteng, South Africa, on 31 October and 1 November 2022. This year’s conference... More
Joint scientific conference of iLEAPS and OzFlux (abstracts due 11 September, 2022)
FluxnetEO: having Earth observations complement measurements at eddy-covariance stations Speakers: Sophia Walther and Simon Besnard In-situ observations are key for understanding ecosystem processes, for model development and benchmarking, and for creating global estimates of land-atmosphere exchange. Earth observations can complement the in-situ measurements and help diagnose surface conditions in and beyond the flux footprint, and... More
The FLUXNET Community Council is very excited to announce the first FLUXNET conference in over five years. Please save the date (July 11-13th 2023) and plan to join us in Brno, Czech Republic. The meeting will be held in-person, with remote virtual participation options, and is graciously hosted by our colleagues at Czech Globe –... More
Once again, we will host the meeting in hybrid mode. This meeting is open to anyone who works with eddy covariance flux methods or datasets, including early career scientists! A full in-person meeting will take place in the middle of Massachusetts, US, with visits to the historic Harvard Forest Research site. We are trying to... More