Conference Announcement

8th International Symposium on Physiological Processes in Roots of Woody Plants

The 8th International Symposium on Physiological Processes in Roots of Woody Plants will be held in-person on July 10-14, 2022 at Penn State University in State College, PA. The oral and poster abstract submission deadlines are May 31, 2022! 

There will be six sessions:

More transferable, open, and equitable science via ICON (AGU town hall this Thursday)

Interested in open science, transferability of research, scientific equity, and magnifying the impact of your work? Please join us December 9th at 9:15-10:15 am PST for a virtual AGU Fall Meeting town hall about the ICON Science Cooperative (https://icon-science.pnnl.gov).

 

Learn about the ICON principles and how the Cooperative can help you use these principles to benefit your science and the science of those around you.

 

3rd Annual International Early Career AGU Workshop on “Toward an International Critical Zone Network-of-Networks for the Next Generation through Shared Science, Tools, Data and Philosophy”

Dear Colleagues,

AGU 2021 Fall Meeting: River Corridor Hydro-Bio-Geochemistry Across Scales From Headwaters to Coasts

We wanted to highlight our session at the AGU 2021 Fall Meeting: River Corridor Hydro-Bio-Geochemistry Across Scales From Headwaters to Coasts

A brief abstract on what we hope to cover in this session is below: 

AGU Session EP009 Earth surface processes and the global carbon cycle

Dear colleagues,

We write to encourage you to submit abstracts to our session titled “Earth Surface Processes and the Global Carbon Cycle” at the upcoming AGU 2021 fall meeting. This session aims to bridge many aspects of Earth's surface systems and to advance our understanding of the interplay between surface processes and the carbon cycle.

Our invited speakers will be:
Dr. Katherine Lininger, University of Colorado Boulder
Dr. Maria Chapela-Lara, GFZ Potsdam

AGU Session EP041 - Top-down and Bottom-up Controls on Critical Zone Structure, Processes, and Resilience

Dear all, 

We hope you will consider contributing to our session at the AGU Fall Meeting. It’s cross listed with B, H, and NS and is meant to be a melting pot of ideas and results spanning the wide range of critical zone disciplines and diverse approaches used to study them.