For the second year, there will be a session on terrestrial ecosystem responses to climate and global change at the general assembly of the European Geoscience Union (EGU) in Vienna (Austria), 23-28 April 2016.
This session focuses on advancements on our understanding of how ecosystem processes respond to changes in CO2 concentration, altered precipitation regimes, temperature, and nutrient availability. In this session, we will bring together modelling exercises with experimental and observational studies (climate and/or nutrient manipulation experiments, FACE experiments and other ecosystem-scale experimental setups). We encourage contributions spanning a range of scales and conditions: soil microbial activity, plant ecophysiology, nutrient cycling, and ecosystem level flux dynamics.
Our session details are as follow:
Terrestrial ecosystem responses to global change: integrating carbon, nutrient, and water cycles in experiments and models
The call for abstracts is now open until the 11th January 2016 on the EGU website:
Scientists that wish to apply to the EGU travel support have to submit their abstract by the 1st December 2016.
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