Dear CZEN Colleagues:
I want to alert you to session 10e at the next Goldschmidt (June 21-26, in Honolulu) that Jon Chorover, Lou Derry and I are organizing in honor of Oliver Chadwick as he moves into retirement.
Please consider submitting an abstract to Session 10b, titled “Redox-sensitive biogeochemistry from pores to watersheds” that will be held at the Goldschmidt 2020 in Honolulu, Hawaii on June 21-26. This session is being conducted under Theme 10: Earth surface processes from chemical fronts to climate change. The session and theme descriptions are provided below. February 14, 2020 is the abstract submission deadline.
we would like to draw your attention to the upcoming session at EGU 2020 on "Experimental ecosystem development research and ecological model systems". The session description can be found here: https://meetingorganizer.copernicus.org/EGU2020/session/35084. Abstract submission is possible until 15 January 2020.
The American Geophysical Union will hold its annual meeting on 9-13 December 2019 in San Francisco, CA. This year's meeting marks AGU Centennial year. A complete list of CZO sessions, presentations and posters at the AGU Fall Meeting is now available in the 2019 CZO AGU Agenda.
At the meeting...
Goldschmidt 2020: Call for Session Suggestions
Deadline: October 18, 2019
As the AGU abstract deadline approaches, please consider submitting an abstract to our interdisciplinary session:
EP038: Signatures of Climate on Earth's Surface
Please consider submitting an abstract to our session on Urban Ecohydrology at this year’s AGU Fall Meeting (December 9-13, 2019, San Francisco, CA). Additional information and abstract submission can be found here:https://agu.confex.com/agu/fm19/prelim.cgi/Session/74558. Abstract deadline is July 31, 2019.
H137. Urban Ecohydrology: New Concepts, Observations, and Models
Dear CZO Colleague, Please consider submitting an abstract to AGU Biogeosciences Session B080 - Multi-scale controls on soil organic matter: leveraging networks, synthesis, and long-term studies. Networks can play a unique and important role in catalyzing breakthroughs in understanding and predicting SOM dynamics.