Thank you for participating the 1st ICOS Science Conference! It was a success with over 200 participants. The conference proceedings is available as pdf.
ICOS SC proceedings. (2 MB)
The plenary talks are available below:
Ingeborg Levin: THE CHALLENGE OF DEDICATED GREENHOUSE GASES MONITORING IN EUROPE
Bob Scholes: INTEGRATION ON A SHOESTRING: CARBON CYCLE OBSERVATIONS AT A RANGE OF SCALES IN SOUTH AFRICA
Dorothee Bakker: THE SURFACE OCEAN CO2 ATLAS (SOCAT) ENABLES DETECTION OF CHANGES IN THE OCEAN CARBON SINK
John Finnigan: THE INFLUENCE OF TOPOGRAPHY ON EDDY FLUX MEASUREMENTS-LONG STANDING PROBLEMS AND A WAY FORWARD
Sue Grimmond: URBAN GREENHOUSE GASES: VARIABILITY AND KEY DRIVERS
Xunhua Zheng: SOME ESSENTIAL ISSUES IN FIELD EXPERIMENT STUDIES AND BIOGEOCHEMICAL MODELLING ON GHG FLUXES FROM TERRESTRIAL ECOSYSTEMS
Philippe Ciais: KEY UNCERTAINTIES IN THE CARBON CYCLE AND THE ROLE OF ATMOSPHERIC MONITORING IN THE NEXT DECADE
Beverly Law: LONG-TERM OBSERVATIONS AND ANALYSIS FOR AN INTEGRATED GLOBAL SYSTEM: STATUS OF AMERIFLUX AND NOAA
Evelyne Testas and Harry Tuinder: ICOS-ERIC PROCESS AND THE DEVELOPMENT IN THE EUROPEAN RESEARCH INFRASTRUCTURES AREA
Werner Kutsch: Excellent science becomes institutional -a contradiction? Summary of the conference and outlook (including two important insights for young scientists)
ICOS RI will organise the
1st ICOS International Conference on Greenhouse Gases and Biogeochemical Cycles
in Brussels 23-25 September 2014.
The conference is open for all scientists interested in research on greenhouse gases, biochemical cycles and climate change.
Final UPDATED programme HERE.
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Registration for the conference has now ended.
The abstract submission is closed.
The conference fee is 200 euros.
The conference is hosted by ICOS RI, University of Helsinki, University of Antwerp, Belgian Science Policy Office, and EWI Flemish Department for Economy, Science and Innovation.
The ICOS Science Conference will address:
Early Career Scientist seminar is held on Thursday 25 September. Early career scientists, especially from Eastern Europe, may apply travel grants, supported by the TTORCH. See more information on registration page.