Meetings or Workshop

FLUXNET and Remote Sensing Open Workshop 2011

Presentations, Posters and Poster abstracts from FLUXNET and Remote Sensing Open Workshop, Berkeley, CA, June 7-9, 2011.

6th Annual Flux Course at Niwot Ridge - accepting applications

The 6th annual flux course will take place the University of Colorado Mountain Research Station from the 15th through the 26th of July this summer. The fluxcourse ( seeks to cross train attendees in measurement techniques and advanced modeling approaches for quantifying carbon and water fluxes between the atmosphere and the biosphere. The course will be offered to 24 graduate students, post-docs and early career scientists.

9th International Workshop on Sap Flow

See attached .pdf for details on the 9th International Workshop on Sap Flow. The workshop will be held in Gent, Belgium (4-7 June 2013).

Environmental Field Camp - India

GEOL 412/512 is an environmental science / geology field
course that provides participants with an intense three-week
training in coastal ecological and environmental issues
including mangrove ecology, coastal biogeochemistry, water
quality, integrated with hard rock geology and a comparative
site visits to tsunami-impacted and unimpacted coastal

Environmental Field Camp 2012 Flyer

Abstract submission deadline (Jan 30) approaching for AMS AgForMet/Biogeosciences conference

The deadline for short abstracts to the American Meteorological Society 30th Conference on Agricultural and Forest Meteorology / 1st Conference on Atmospheric Biogeosciences joint specialty meeting is next Monday, Jan 30. The call is below. Thanks. -ankur desai, chair of the AMS Agricultural and Forest Meteorology Committee

: Climate Change Research Symposium and Resources for Early-Career Scholars

DISCCRS VII Interdisciplinary Climate Change Research Symposium

Dates: October 13-20, 2012

Location: La Foret Conference and Retreat Center
Colorado Springs, CO

Application Deadline: February 29, 2012
Participation limited to 30 early-career Ph.D. scholars
Airfare and on-site expenses are supported through grants from NSF and NASA

AGU Workshop: Data Management 101 for the Earth Scientist

This data management workshop is especially timely in light of recent discussions among the scientists on NACP Science Steering Group and the program managers on the Carbon Cycle Interagency Working Group, who, recognizing that significant NACP research results have been published, jointly recommend that the data that made these publications possible be archived in accordance with data policy, and for the greater good of future research.

NACP PIs, post docs, and graduate students: please consider attending the Workshop!