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Sessions for EGU General Assembly in Vienna, Austria

Dear All:
Here are the additional two session ads we have received for the EGU General Assembly in Vienna, Austria (April 23 to April 28, 2017; http://egu2017.eu). The travel support deadline is tomorrow.
Best wishes,
Mary
1.

Dear Colleagues

 

Please consider submitting an abstract to the #EGU17 session:

 

OS4.3 
Advances in water column and seafloor fixed point observatories

Convener: Richard Lampitt  
Co-Conveners: Martin Heesemann, Luisa Cristini, Susanne Neuer, Eric Delory, Mairi Best 

 

In this session we bring together researchers from all ocean disciplines working on in situ observations in the open ocean to share results and discuss challenges and future plans for such observatories. We welcome contributions in all areas of ocean science including physics, geology, biology, chemistry and biogeochemistry and encourage those addressing intersections between disciplines and research themes. This could also include using ocean observatories to inform satellite algorithms and numerical models.

 

More details on the session and the link to the abstract submission page can be found at:

http://meetingorganizer.copernicus.org/EGU2017/session/23144

 

Please note the deadline for abstracts on 11 January 2016 (deadline for financial support: 1 December 2016).

 

We would be grateful if you could circulate this call to your networks.

 

Best wishes

Richard

 Professor Richard Lampitt

National Oceanography Centre

European Way

Southampton SO14 3ZH

UK

 

Office: 44 (0)23 80596347

Mobile: +44 (0)7774 626274

Email: R.Lampitt@noc.ac.uk

 

2.
Dear colleagues,
 
We invite your contributions to the Session OS3.1/BG9.69: “Ocean biogeochemistry: novel approaches and synthesis” at the next EGU General Assembly 2017 (EGU2017), 23–28 Apr 2017, Vienna, Austria.
 
OS3.1/BG9.69: Ocean biogeochemistry: novel approaches and synthesis
Conveners: Daniela Turk, Olaf Duteil, Judith Hauck, Siv Lauvset, Vincent Rossi, Maribel García-Ibáñez, Eric Achterberg, Jošt Valentin Lavrič, Nicholas Bates

The cycling of carbon, oxygen, and nitrogen in the world's oceans is undergoing unprecedented change as a result of anthropogenic pressures. Observations and future projections at all spatio-temporal scales of the complex interactions within these biogeochemical cycles and their perturbations will help us to understand the implications of future changes for marine ecosystems and ocean sustainability. This session will bring together researchers that use a range of novel techniques, including observations, experiments, models and remote sensing, as well as global data sets to further our understanding of the biological carbon-pump, the biogeochemical cycles in the ocean and their connections to ecosystems and climate. We welcome contributions dealing with the cycling of carbon, oxygen, and nitrogen in the ocean, dissolved and particulate stoichiometry and elemental ratios, ocean acidification, exchange processes at the air-sea interface, role of sea-ice in global biogeochemical cycles and synthesis studies including those using global data sets such as SOCAT and GLODAP.

Session details and abstract submission: http://meetingorganizer.copernicus.org/EGU2017/session/23138 
 
Abstract submission deadline: 11 January 2017.
 
Information on Early Career Scientist's Travel Support and Established Scientist’s Travel Support from developing countries: http://egu2017.eu/financial_support.html

Travel support deadline: 1 December 2016.
 
Kind regards and hopefully we will see you in Vienna in springtime!
On behalf of the conveners,
                                    Daniela Turk
 
 
 
 
 
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Daniela Turk, PhD
Research Scientist/Senior Science Manager
Canada Excellence Research Chair in Ocean Science & Technology
Oceanography Department
1355 Oxford Street
Dalhousie University
Halifax, Nova Scotia
B3H 4R2 Canada
  
Tel: (902) 494-4082
Email: Daniela.Turk@Dal.Ca
http://www.dal.ca/diff/cerc.html

 


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