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GEOCARBON conference
October 1 - October 2, 2013



The GEOCARBON conference 'Towards a Global Carbon Observing System: Progresses and Challenges' is being held in Geneva, 1-2 October 2013.

The Conference is open to the global community working on carbon cycle monitoring, from scientists and data providers to potential users and stakeholders. The aim is to present recent results and achievements in observing and modeling C-cycle and GHG, at any level: research, monitoring, methodology, policy, infrastructure, etc. The final aim is to gather elements useful for the design of a global carbon cycle observing system and to produce a list of recommendations dedicated to policy makers and that should be distributed at the next GEO Ministerial Summit (January 2014).


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