ICOS at the EGU23

23 April 2023 to 28 April 2023
ICOS at the EGU23

The EGU General Assembly 2023 brings together geoscientists from all over the world to one meeting covering all disciplines of the Earth, planetary, and space sciences. The EGU aims to provide a forum where scientists can present their work and discuss their ideas with experts in all fields of geoscience.

As most years, ICOS will be present at the EGU23 in Vienna on 23-28 April, 2023. Below is the list of session proposals that are organised by the ICOS community.

Sessions from the ICOS scientific community

Air-Land Interactions (General Session)
Co-sponsored by iLEAPS and ICOS
Convener: Natascha Kljun | Co-conveners: Anne Klosterhalfen, Matthias Mauder, Christoph Thomas

Science-based, measurement-based greenhouse gas monitoring and emission estimates in support of national, sub-national and industrial climate change mitigation
Convener: Phil DeCola | Co-conveners: Beata Bukosa, Werner Leo Kutsch, Oksana Tarasova
Gas exchange and emission mitigation options in agricultural ecosystems
Convener: Christof Ammann | Co-conveners: Christian Brümmer, Eliza Harris, Alexander Moravek, Alex Valach
Novel methods for bridging modelling and understanding of carbon, energy, and water fluxes from leaf to continental scales
Convener: Mana Gharun | Co-conveners: Alexander J. Winkler, Gregory Duveiller, M. Piles, Rossella Guerrieri
Soil gases: production, consumption and transport processes | PICO
Convener: Jukka Pumpanen | Co-conveners: Bernard Longdoz, Martin Maier, Anna Walkiewicz, Nicholas Nickerson

Long-term flux observation and ecosystem research networks - benefits for science and society
Convener: Andreas Ibrom | Co-conveners: Marilyn Roland, Dario Papale, Natalia Kowalska

Reconciling process-based modelling and machine learning in biogeochemistry
Co-organised by CL5/NP4
Convener: Holger Lange | Co-conveners: Christina Bogner, Sebastian Sippel

HS10.2 Co-organized by BG3
Estimates of evapotranspiration from in-situ measurements – uncertainties in comparison and scaling
Convener: Sibylle K. Hassler | Co-conveners: Jannis Groh, Harrie-Jan Hendricks Franssen, Corinna Rebmann


Presentations from ICOS community

Assessment of the impact of 2022 extreme climate conditions on European forests
by Mana Gharun et al.
Session BG3.5

Greenhouse gas (CO2, N2O, CH4) fluxes from intensively managed grassland during a N2O mitigation experiment
by Iris Feigenwinter et al.
Session BG3.25

Long-term responses of soil and forest floor respiration to increasing temperature in a mixed deciduous forest
by Liliana Scapucci et al.
Session BG3.19

Design, deployment, and exploitation of a high-density CO2 sensor network in Zürich City
by Stuart Grange et al.
Session AS3.15

Application of the ICON-ART model for CO2 fluxes estimation in the city of Zurich
by Nikolai Ponomarev et al.
Session AS3.15

Year-round forest-floor greenhouse gas fluxes in a subalpine coniferous forest: drivers and budgets
by Luana Krebs et al.
Session BG3.13


Presentations from ICOS Cities project

Observations and modelling of urban carbon and water fluxes to aid cities in climate mitigation and adaptation
by Leena Järvi et al.
Session CL2.8 – Urban climate, urban biometeorology, and science tools for cities

Impact of drought on urban trees; a modelling study
by Leif Backman et al.
Session CL2.8 – Urban climate, urban biometeorology, and science tools for cities

Parameterizing surface conductance of different urban vegetation types for the urban land surface model SUEWS with evaluation in two mid-latitude cities
by Hei Shing Lee et al.
Session AS2.4 – Air-Land Interactions (General Session)

ICOS pilot observatories to monitor greenhouse gas emissions from three different-size European cities
by Andreas Christen et al.
Session AS2.4 – Air-Land Interactions (General Session)

Partitioning the urban carbon budget with carbonyl sulfide (COS) flux measurements conducted in a high-latitude city
by Jesse Soininen et al.
Session AS2.4 – Air-Land Interactions (General Session)



Are there ICOS sessions missing from this list? Please email icos-comms@icos-ri.eu