The Call for Abstracts for ICOS Science Conference is now open!
ICOS Science Conference 2024 abstract submission and evaluation, as well as participant registration, are organised through the Oxford Abstracts platform. The same platform was used in the ICOS Science Conference 2022.
To access the submission form, the author needs to create an account on the Oxford Abstract platform or log in to their existing account. We recommend you use the work email address of your institute to create this.
Authors of submitted abstracts can edit their submissions as long as the abstract submission is open. Once the submission period closes, the abstract is evaluated using a double-anonymous evaluation process.
The abstract submission deadline is Monday, 8 April, 2024 at 13:00 CET.
When submitting your abstract, please select the session for which your conference presentation is intended. Below is the list of sessions, and the full list of sessions can be viewed here.
- Isotopes and other tracers for studies of methane sources and sinks
- Exchange of reactive gases and aerosols between the land surface and the atmosphere in natural and managed ecosystems
- Cross-domain technological development: autonomous vehicles, sensor miniaturisation, low-cost sensors and labour-intense approaches
- Processes involved in the greenhouse gas cycle in terrestrial ecosystems
- Impact of climate extremes on GHG fluxes: understanding driving processes and responses across scales
- Greenhouse gas fluxes at high latitudes and climate/human induced feedbacks
- Carbon Cycling along the Land Ocean Aquatic Continuum
- Enhancing the ocean carbon sink: the science, verification, and governance of marine-based carbon dioxide removal (mCDR)
- Combining data and models to improve estimates of regional to global GHG budgets and trends
- Remote sensing of greenhouse gases from ground and space: Their application for carbon cycle studies, satellite and model validation and building MVS capacity
- Quantification of urban greenhouse gas emissions - from novel monitoring to source identification
- Translating Scientific CO2 Emission Research into City Services
- In situ data for climate and other environmental services and policy support
- Leveraging Direct Flux Measurements Beyond Academia for Real-World Applications
- Science communication and outreach to increase the impact of climate research
- Continuous Learning in a changing world - Teaching and learning novel tools & methods used for measurement techniques’, data & policy
- Best Practices in the landscape of Research Infrastructures: Cooperation, Colocation and other lessons learned
If you have any questions, please get in touch with the conference team at firstname.lastname@example.org.