Conference Announcement

GES-11: Call for papers and Registration

The 11th International Symposium on Geochemistry of the Earth’s Surface (GES-11)

Conference title:  Surface-Earth System Sciences: Toward a sustainable Earth
Conference website:  www.datas-online.net/ges2017/
Conference dates:  11 to 16 June, 2017
Conference venue:  Jinyang Hotel, Guanshanhu, Guiyang, Guizhou, China.

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Abstract

Call for Papers

The 2nd International Workshop on Urbanization in Watersheds: Towards a Sustainable Urbanization

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AGU Session B052: Microbial Geochemistry and Geomicrobiology: from DNA to Rock

Dear Colleagues, 

We invite you to submit an abstract to the AGU Session B052: Microbial Geochemistry and Geomicrobiology: from DNA to Rock

Conveners:  Setareh Rad, BRGM, Environmental Biogeochemistry Unit, Orleans, France, Sophie Opfergelt, Université Catholique de Louvain, Louvain-La-Neuve, Belgium; Heather L Buss, University of Bristol, Bristol, UK

AGU Session: The Role of Microbes in Biogeochemical Cycles

Dear Colleagues,

Please consider submitting your abstract to the AGU Fall Meeting: The Role
of Microbes in Biogeochemical Cycles: Linking Responses to Ecosystem
Processes and Environmental Change. session ID#13328. Follow the link below
to submit your abstract and see below for the session description.

https://agu.confex.com/agu/fm16/preliminaryview.cgi/Session13328

AGU Session: How water limitation impacts ecosystems and catchments

Dear Colleagues, 
Please consider our new session on how water limitation impacts terrestrial cycling of water, energy, and biogeochemicals.  We invite contributions from both hydrological (catchment) and ecological perspectives.  We are excited to hear from invited speakers Ben Poulter (NASA) and Mike Goulden (UC Irvine).  
You may find session details below or at 

2016 AGU Session: EP032: The Architecture and Workings of Earth’s Critical Zone

Session ID#: 13939
Session Description:
The layers of earth materials and organisms at the Earth’s surface behave as a distinct entity- the critical zone, and fundamentally differ from rock below and atmosphere above. Although thin on a planetary scale, the critical zone is substantive for the living

2016 AGU Sessions on Hydrologic Remote Sensing

CZO Colleagues:

On behalf of the AGU Hydrology Section Remote Sensing Technical Committee, I would like to call your attention to the following hydrologic remote sensing sessions as you all prepare your abstracts for the Fall AGU meeting below. Please consider submitting your abstracts to one of these sessions. I have also attached an Excel spreadsheet that contains this information, as well as the name and email address of the primary convener. 

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