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14 Apr 2022

Over 100 ICOS scientists from 73 stations around Europe worked together to create a new large dataset that has now been added to ICOS Carbon Portal. The “Warm Winter 2020” continues the previous…

12 Apr 2022

At the invitation of Her Excellency Agnès Cukierman, Ambassador of France to Finland, a delegation of 14 Ambassadors of European countries got a first-hand view on top climate science and the…

11 Apr 2022

It is our pleasure to announce that the Science Conference abstract submission deadline has been extended until the 25th of April, 2022!

When submitting your abstract you need to choose…

4 Apr 2022

Only one week left to submit you abstract for the 5th ICOS Science Conference! This year, the event will be simultaneously held in person in Utrecht, NL and online on 13th-15th September, 2022. …

1 Apr 2022

We are organizing an ICOS Science conference in September 2022 in hybrid format: in Utrecht, Netherlands, and online. Mainly related to conference preparations, ICOS is now looking for a Summer…

17 Mar 2022

ICOS gained two new employees to the communications team in March. The two new people, Laurent and Maria, have diverse backgrounds in visual storytelling, content creation and project management.…

16 Mar 2022

The revised edition of the ICOS Handbook is now available.

The ICOS Handbook helps to understand how we operate; how is ICOS organised, what and how do we measure and what is the role of…

25 Feb 2022

ICOS has applied the new World Meteorological Organization (WMO) calibration scale to all 39 Atmosphere stations in 14 European countries. Adopting the same scale ensures that the atmospheric…

7 Feb 2022

This year, there is a bunch of interesting ICOS Cities Talks webinars coming up. The February talk will focus on how to make 100 European cities climate-neutral by 2030. The European Commission…

1 Feb 2022

It is our pleasure to announce that the ICOS Science Conference 2022 website is now live!

We received many interesting and high quality session proposals and have grouped them into seven…