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23 Sep 2020

Thank you to everyone who participated or contributed to the 4th ICOS Science Conference last week!

For the first time the 3-day conference was organised entirely virtually – we created a…

15 Sep 2020

Today is the day we have all been waiting for – the beginning of the 4th ICOS Science Conference!

For the first time the 3-day conference is organised entirelly virtually – we have…

11 Sep 2020

The first ever mobile app of the ICOS Science Conference is open now. Participants can use the app to plan their personal conference schedule. The app includes presentation times, headlines,…

9 Sep 2020

The world's oceans soak up more carbon than most scientific models suggest, according to new research. Previous estimates of the movement of carbon between the atmosphere and oceans, known as "…

7 Sep 2020

First published on September 7, 2020. Translations of this text are available in French, German, Finnish, Swedish, Italian.

ICOS, the Integrated Carbon Observation System, has enabled a…

3 Sep 2020

Miro Demol is a PhD student jointly supported by the University of Antwerp and the University of Ghent. His research focuses on measuring 3D forest structure and biomass through a modern technique…

29 Jul 2020

Copernicus is the European Union's Earth Observation Programme coordinated and managed by the European Commission. It offers information services based on satellite Earth Observation and non-space…

22 Jul 2020

Dr. Zhendong Wu is a researcher and scientific programmer specialising in ecosystem modeling. His role at ICOS Carbon Portal includes setting up and running atmospheric footprint models in…

21 Jul 2020

ICOS has published unique datasets providing long-term data on how the carbon dioxide (CO2) concentration and exchange between ecosystems and the atmosphere have developed over the years or in…

21 Jul 2020

We are pleased to announce that the draft programme and accepted abstracts for the Science Conference 2020 are now available online. Over 200 oral and poster presentations have been accepted and…