TERENO International Conference 2014

New approaches are needed to detect complex interaction and feedback mechanisms between the various compartments of the terrestrial system and to identify long-term trends in observed states and fluxes. Therefore, the development and implementation of large-scale, long-term, and integrated environmental research infrastructures has become more and more important during the last years across all scientific disciplines.
When 29 Sep, 2014 09:50 PM to
02 Oct, 2014 09:50 PM
Where Bonn, Germany
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Contact Phone +49 2461 61 - 3838
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TERENO solicits contributions from scientists dealing with the integrated subsurface-land surface-atmosphere system from the micro to the meso-scale. Particularly interesting are studies applying novel sensing technologies for terrestrial systems; Methods and case studies for bridging the scale between management, model and observation scale; Coupled processes in soil-plant-atmosphere systems; Data assimilation approaches for predicting states and fluxes in terrestrial systems.

The scope of the conference include:

  • Quantifying Water Scarcity under Data Scarcity
  • Transferring local Understanding of Vadose Zone Processes to the Landscape Scale
  • Monitoring and Modeling of Water Quality
    Modeling the Hydrological System –  Balancing of Complexity and Uncertainty
  • Environmental Monitoring to quantify  Ecosystem Services
  • Novel Approaches in Biodiversity and  Ecosystem Monitoring
  • Remote Sensing of Land Surface
  • Coupled Processes in Soil-Plant-Atmosphere Systems across Scales
  • Monitoring and Data Assimilation:  Predicting States and Fluxes
  • Crossing Time Scales:  From Paleo Records to Forecast

 

Dates and Deadlines
Deadline for abstract submission: 3rd June 2014
Deadline for registration: 16 September 2014
Ice-Breaker Party: 28 September 2014

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