ICOS at EGU24

14 April 2024 to 19 April 2024
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Submit your abstract to an ICOS session at EGU24!

The EGU General Assembly 2024 unites geoscientists from all over the world to one meeting covering all disciplines of the Earth, planetary, and space sciences.

As usual, ICOS and ICOS-related projects will be represented heavily across the EGU programme. Make sure to submit your abstract to the relevant session below. 

N.B.: if you submit your abstract to a different session, you are not permitted to submit the same abstract again as the first author!

Deadline for abstract submissions: 10th January 2024, 13:00 CET

Click the session titles to submit your abstract

ICOS Sessions

AS2.4 EDI Air-Land Interactions (General Session)

Co-organized by BG3/HS13/SSS11, co-sponsored by iLEAPS and ICOS

Convener: Anne Klosterhalfen (Georg-August-Universität Göttingen), Co-conveners: Natascha Kljun (Lund University), Matthias Mauder (TU Dresden), Christoph Thomas (University of Bayreuth)
 

AS3.36 Urban Air Quality and Greenhouse Gases

Convener: Ulrike Dusek (University of Groningen) | Co-conveners: Juliane Fry (Wageningen University), Sander Houweling (Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam), Dominik Brunner (Empa)

 

AS3.38 EDI Science-based, measurement-based greenhouse gas monitoring and emission estimates in support of national, sub-national, city and industrial climate change mitigation

Co-organized by BG8

Convener: Phil DeCola (University of Maryland) | Co-conveners: Beata Bukosa (National Institute of Water and Atmospheric Research New Zealand), Oksana Tarasova (WMO), Werner Leo Kutsch (ICOS), Tomohiro Oda (Universities Space Research Association, Earth from Space Institute)

 

AS3.40 EDI Attribution of greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions using isotope ratios and other tracers: analytics, source data, modelling, and metrology

Convener: Tim Arnold (National Physical Laboratory (UK) & University of Edinburgh), Co-conveners: Joachim Mohn (Empa, Air Pollution & Environmental Technology), Rona Thompson (NILU), Penelope Pickers (University of East Anglia), Javis Nwaboh (Physikalisch-Technische Bundesanstalt)

 

AS3.41 EDI Constraining feedbacks between greenhouse gas exchange processes and climate variability using in situ observations and remote sensing | PICO

Co-organized by BG9, co-sponsored by AGU

Convener: Thomas Lauvaux (URCA, GSMA, Aerolab), Co-conveners: Mathias Göckede (Max Planck Institute for Biogeochemistry), Sanam Noreen Vardag (Heidelberg University), Andrew Schuh (Colorado State University), Brendan Byrne (Jet Propulsion Laboratory, California Institute of Technology)

 

BG1.9 Climate services and carbon, greenhouse gas and water dynamics in Africa.

Convener: Matthew Saunders (Trinity College Dublin), Co-conveners: Lutz Merbold (Agroscope), Marisa Gonzales, Gregor Feig (EFTEON), Werner Leo Kutsch (ICOS)

 

BG3.33 EDI Understanding carbon, energy, and water fluxes from leaf to continental scales

Convener: Mana Gharun (University of Münster), Co-conveners: Alexander J. Winkler (Max-Planck-Institute for Biogeochemistry), Rossella Guerrieri (University of Bologna, DISTAL), Phillip Papastefanou (Max-Planck-Institute for Biogeochemistry), Vincent Humphrey (MétéoSuisse)

 

BG3.35 EDI Exchange of GHG and reactive gases in agricultural ecosystems

Co-organized by SSS9

Convener: Christof Ammann (Agroscope Research Institute) | Co-conveners: Christian Brümmer (Thünen-Institute), Eliza Harris (ETH Zürich), Alexander Moravek (Umweltbundesamt), Alex Valach (Bern University of Applied Sciences)

 

BG3.37 Where does carbon go? Unravelling the connection between tree photosynthesis, carbon allocation, and ecosystem storage

Convener: Leonardo Montagnani (Free University of Bolzano) | Co-conveners: Antoine Cabon (WSL), Daniele Castagneri (University of Padua), Tamir Klein (Weizmann Institute of Science), Enrico Tomelleri (Free University of Bozen)

 

BG3.6 Present and future global vegetation dynamics and carbon stocks from observations and models

Convener: Martin Thurner (SBiK-F) | Co-conveners: Ana Bastos (Max Planck Institute for Biogeochemistry), Matthias Forkel (Technische Universität Dresden), Aliénor Lavergne (Springer Nature), Thomas Pugh (Lund University)

 

BG8.13 Long-Term Flux Observation and Ecosystem Research Networks - Benefits for Science and Society

Convener: Andreas Ibrom (Technical University of Denmark), Co-conveners: Marilyn Roland (University of Antwerp), Natalia Kowalska (CzechGlove), Dario Papale (University of Tuscia, DIBAF)

 

BG8.15 Using Flux Measurements for Immediate Societal Benefits

Convener: George Burba (LI-COR, University of Nebraska), Co-conveners: Susanne Wiesner (The University of Wisconsin River Falls), Stefan Metzger (Battelle, National Ecological Observatory Network)

 

SSS9.10 Novel monitoring techniques and modeling tools to assess soil health for resilient management of soil and water resources in agroecosystems.

Convener: Nunzio Romano (University of Naples Federico II) | Co-conveners: Harry Vereecken (Forschungszentrum Jülich GmbH), Layla Höckerstedt (Finnish Meteorological Institute)

 

ENVRI sessions

ESSI3.5 EDI Advancing Environmental Research and Knowledge Through Data Integration and Interoperability

Co-organized by GI2

Convener: Angeliki Adamaki (ICOS Carbon Portal), Co-conveners: Jacco Konijn (University of Amsterdam), Anca Hienola (Finnish Meteorological Institute), Marta Gutierrez (EGI Foundation), Magdalena Brus (EGI Foundation)

 

SC5.19 EDI Mastering environmental research through FAIR Data Integration, VREs and open science 

Co-organized by ESSI6/HS11

Convener: Angeliki Adamaki (ICOS Carbon Portal), Co-conveners: Magdalena Brus (EGI Foundation), Jacco Konijn (University of Amsterdam), Anca Hienola (Finnish Meteorological Institute), Marta Gutierrez (EGI Foundation)

 

ICOS Cities sessions

Integrating Social Science into Environmental Studies and Action and vice versa 

Convener: Hilde Orten (Sikt - Norwegian Agency for Shared Services in Education and Research) | Co-conveners: Angeliki Adamaki (ICOS Carbon Portal), Hannah Clark (IAGOS), Claudio D'Onofrio (ICOS Carbon Portal)