BGC scientists (co-)organize EGU 2019 sessions

7. April 2019
The European Geosciences Union (EGU) General Assembly brings together geoscientists from all over the world. It will take place in Vienna, Austria, from April 7 to 12, 2019.

Scientist from MPI for Biogeochemistry are not only participating in this important meeting but also co-organizing scientific sessions in various topics.

Intact Amazon forest – a natural laboratory of global significance
Convener: Jošt Valentin Lavric

Session SSS5.2
Climate-smart soils: can soil carbon sequestration mitigate greenhouse gas emissions?
Convener: Marion Schrumpf, Co-convener: Carlos Sierra

Session BG2.48
Global Earth observation for improved understanding of terrestrial ecosystem dynamics
Co-conveners: Nuno Carvalhais

Session BG2.49
Carbon allocation in plants and ecosystems: mechanisms, responses and biogeochemical implications
Co-convener: Henrik Hartmann

Constraining present and future global vegetation dynamics and carbon stocks
Co-conveners: Yunpeng Luo, Rene Orth

Functions and Functioning of the Critical Zone
Convener: Gerd Gleixner

Session BG1.1/GMPV7.12/HS11.54/OS3.8/SSS12.15
Application of stable isotopes in Biogeosciences
Co-convener: Gerd Gleixner

Session SC1.15/BG1.72
Analysing Eddy-Covariance data using REddyProc
Convener: Thomas Wutzler | Co-conveners: Mirco Migliavacca, M. Reichstein

Session BG2.47
Emerging constraints of photosynthesis, respiration, and transpiration at ecosystem to global scales
Co-convener: Mirco Migliavacca

Session BG2.15
Terrestrial ecosystem responses to global change: integrating experiments and models to understand carbon, nutrient, and water cycling
Co-conveners: Sönke Zaehle

Session CL5.12/AS5.21/ESSI3.9/GI2.10/HS11.36/NP4.6
Information extraction from satellite observations using data-driven methods
Co-conveners: Miguel Mahecha

Session BG2.9/HS11.46
Forest carbon and water dynamics, and its feedbacks to climate under global environmental change
Co-conveners: Yunpeng Luo, Catarina Moura, René Orth

Session BG1.56
Plant traits, adaptation and biogeochemical cycles – from measurements to models
Convener: Jens Kattge
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