EGU2023

EGU2023
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Vienna, Austria, 23–28 April 2023.

The General Assembly 2023 of the European Geosciences Union (EGU) is held at the Austria Center Vienna (ACV) in Vienna, Austria and online, from 23–28 April 2023. The assembly is open to the scientists of all nations. The EGU General Assembly 2023 brings together geoscientists from all over the world to one meeting covering all disciplines of the Earth, planetary, and space sciences. The EGU aims to provide a forum where scientists, especially early career researchers, can present their work and discuss their ideas with experts in all fields of geoscience. Register here.

ENVRI at EGU2023

As most years, ENVRI community will be present at the EGU23 in Vienna on 23–28 April 2023. In adition to the ENVRI booth, below is the list of session proposals that are organised by the ENVRI scientific community. Please consider submitting your abstracts to one of these sessions. The abstract submission deadline is 10 January 2023, 13:00 CET. More information and guidelines on how to submit an abstract can be found on the EGU23 website.

Sessions from the ENVRI community

AS2.4
Air-Land Interactions (General Session)
Co-sponsored by iLEAPS and ICOS
Convener: Natascha Kljun | Co-conveners: Anne Klosterhalfen, Matthias Mauder, Christoph Thomas

AS3.22
Science-based, measurement-based greenhouse gas monitoring and emission estimates in support of national, sub-national and industrial climate change mitigation
Convener: Phil DeCola | Co-conveners: Beata Bukosa, Werner Leo Kutsch, Oksana Tarasova

BG3.25
Gas exchange and emission mitigation options in agricultural ecosystems
Convener: Christof Ammann | Co-conveners: Christian Brümmer, Eliza Harris, Alexander Moravek, Alex Valach

BG3.13
Novel methods for bridging modelling and understanding of carbon, energy, and water fluxes from leaf to continental scales
Convener: Mana Gharun | Co-conveners: Alexander J. Winkler, Gregory Duveiller, M. Piles, Rossella Guerrieri

BG3.21
Soil gases: production, consumption and transport processes | PICO
Convener: Jukka Pumpanen | Co-conveners: Bernard Longdoz, Martin Maier, Anna Walkiewicz, Nicholas Nickerson

BG8.3
Long-term flux observation and ecosystem research networks – benefits for science and society
Convener: Andreas Ibrom | Co-conveners: Marilyn Roland, Dario Papale, Natalia Kowalska

BG9.5
Reconciling process-based modelling and machine learning in biogeochemistry
Co-organised by CL5/NP4
Convener: Holger Lange | Co-conveners: Christina Bogner, Sebastian Sippel

ESSI2.9
Open Interoperability Frameworks Built by Scientists for Scientists to Meet Global Societal Challenges
Co-sponsored by AGU
Convener: Angeliki AdamakiECS | Co-conveners: Anca Hienola, Kirsten Elger, Lesley Wyborn, Jacco Konijn

ESSI3.1
In-situ Earth observation and geospatial data sharing and management as key basis for the climate emergency understanding
Convener: Ivette Serral | Co-conveners: Alba Brobia, Joan Masó, Marie-Francoise Voidrot, José Miguel Rubio Iglesias

GI3.3
Airborne observations in multidisciplinary environmental research using European Research Infrastructures; observations, campaigns and future plans
Co-organized by AS4 /ESSI4/PS1
Convener: Thomas Ruhtz | Co-conveners: Kristine Dannenberg, Hannah Clark, Shridhar Jawak, Philip Brown

HS10.2
Estimates of evapotranspiration from in-situ measurements – uncertainties in comparison and scaling
Co-organized by BG3
Convener: Sibylle K. Hassler | Co-conveners: Jannis Groh, Harrie-Jan Hendricks Franssen, Corinna Rebmann

Bulgaria

The Bulgarian National Distributed Centre is represented by the  Agricultural University-Plovdiv.

To know more about how Bulgaria contributes to LifeWatch ERIC, please visit our dedicated webpage.

Spain

The Spanish National Distributed Centre is supported by the Ministry of Science, Innovation and Universities, the Regional Government of Andalusia and the Guadalquivir River Basin Authority (Ministry for Ecological Transition-MITECO). Moreover, Spain is the hosting Member State of LifeWatch ERIC, the location of its Statutory Seat & ICT e-Infrastructure Technical Office (LifeWatch ERIC Common Facilities). 

To know more about how Spain contributes to LifeWatch ERIC, please visit our dedicated webpage.

Slovenia

The Slovenian National Distributed Centre is led by the Research Centre of the Slovenian Academy of Sciences and Arts (ZRC SAZU). It focuses on the development of technological solutions in the field of biodiversity and socio-ecosystem research.

To know more about how Slovenia contributes to LifeWatch ERIC, please visit our dedicated webpage.

Portugal

The Portuguese National Distributed Centre is managed by PORBIOTA, the Portuguese e-Infrastructure for Information and Research on Biodiversity. Led by BIOPOLIS/CIBIO-InBIO – Research Centre in Biodiversity and Genetic Resources, PORBIOTA connects the principal Portuguese research institutions working in biodiversity.

To know more about how Portugal contributes to LifeWatch ERIC, please visit our dedicated webpage.

Netherlands

The Dutch National Distributed Centre is hosted by the Faculty of Science of the University of Amsterdam. Moreover, The Netherlands hosts one of the LifeWatch ERIC Common Facilities, the Virtual Laboratory and Innovation Centre.

To know more about how The Netherlands contributes to LifeWatch ERIC, please visit our dedicated webpage.

Italy

The Italian National Distributed Centre is led and managed by the Italian National Research Council (CNR) and is coordinated by a Joint Research Unit, currently comprising 35 members. Moreover, Italy hosts one of the LifeWatch ERIC Common Facilities, the Service Centre.

To know more about how Italy contributes to LifeWatch ERIC, please visit our dedicated webpage.

Greece

The Greek National Distributed Centre is funded by the Greek General Secretariat of Research and Technology and is coordinated by the Institute of Marine Biology, Biotechnology and Aquaculture of the Hellenic Centre for Marine Research, in conjunction with 47 associated partner institutions.

To know more about how Greece contributes to LifeWatch ERIC, please visit our dedicated webpage.

Belgium

The Belgian National Distributed Centre makes varied and complementary in-kind contributions to LifeWatch ERIC. These are implemented in the form of long-lasting projects by various research centres and universities distributed throughout the country and supported by each respective political authority.

To know more about how Belgium contributes to LifeWatch ERIC, please visit our dedicated webpage.