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1 Dec 2022

During COP27, ICOS addressed two critical issues in climate science: the need for a more dense ground-based greenhouse gas observation network and the creation of an integrated global observation…

29 Nov 2022

After passing a rigorous quality assurance process, 10 new measurement stations have received the status of an ICOS labelled station. The newly certified stations are located in Belgium, France,…

29 Nov 2022

The ICOS Science Conference 2022 video is out! This year’s conference, organised in Utrecht, Netherlands and online, brought more than 400 scientists from 33 countries together to present and…

25 Nov 2022

We are looking for a software developer who can also support the operations. You will be part of our small development team and work on the core Carbon Portal services as well as support running…

21 Nov 2022

ICOS is a large distributed research infrastructure (RI). It consists of observational station networks and Central Facilities hosted by organisations in different countries. As such, ICOS RI has…

7 Nov 2022

ICOS is taking part in the 2022 United Nations Climate Change Conference, also known as COP27, in Sharm el-Sheikh, Egypt 7.–18.11.2022.  As an Observer, ICOS is present to highlight the need for a…

28 Oct 2022

The ICOS ecosystem station Gebesee in Germany collects important data on the carbon cycle of agricultural land in Europe. When the crops change every year, so do the fieldwork methods. How does…

26 Oct 2022

ATMO-ACCESS is a European project aiming at creating opportunities for a sustainable provision of access to Europe’s most advanced facilities for observation and exploration in atmospheric science…

24 Oct 2022

Ankur Desai, professor of Atmospheric and Oceanic Sciences (AOS) at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, was recently awarded the American Geophysical Union’s (AGU) 2022 Joanne Simpson Medal for…

30 Sep 2022

Due to the damage to the Nord Stream gas lines in the Baltic Sea, an enormous amount of methane gas has been released into the atmosphere. The leak is estimated to equal the size of a whole year's…