Great ECOFUN momento from this years COSANOVA splinter meeting at the EGU conference in Vienna. There were many interesting talks on COS during the conference and a lively discussion at the splinter meeting. As you can see we all left
Lisa was invited to the ETH in Zurich to talk about the ERC SOLCA project and learn more about the research being conducted in Zurich. It was also a lovely opportunity to catch up with Prof. Nina Buchmann who has
Last week half of our team met in Vienna for the general assembly of the European Geosciences Union 2016. All our presentations and contributions had great success: Jérôme Ogée gave a talk on incorporating novel tracers into a global modelling
Lisa from the EcoFUN team and Sonia Seneviratne from the ETH in Zurich have been invited to kick-off the Austin International Conference on Soil Modeling to be held on March 29 – April 1, 2016, Austin, Texas
The EcoFun team will be well represented at the next EGU meeting held in Vienna, Austria (17-22 April 2016), with a total of six presentations, one organised session and a splinter meeting. Check out the schedule! SMP31 COSANOVA network meeting
BG1.5/AS4.7 Terrestrial ecosystem responses to global change: integrating carbon, nutrient and water cycles in experiments and models (co-organized) Conveners: Teresa Gimeno , Maarten Braakhekke Co-Conveners: Jean-Christophe Domec , John E Drake , Karin Rebel Orals / Tue, 19 Apr, 10:30–12:00 / Room 2.83 Posters
The EcoFun team will be well represented at the next AGU meeting held in San Francisco, California (13-18 Dec 2015), with a total of four poster, four oral presentations and two primary speakers. Check out the schedule!
The EcoFun team will be well represented at the next EGU meeting held in Vienna, Austria (13-17 April 2015), with a total of eight presentations and six speakers. Check out the schedule!
Lisa will be giving a lecture at the next Labex Cote Summer school in Cadillac untitled ‘Transfers and interactions between ecosystems’, on the 16th-20th of June 2014.
Congratulations to Joana who has been selected to attend the next training school on stable isotope ecology (IsoCamp) from the university of Utah (USA), next June.