Upcoming Eosense Conferences
AGU 2017 Fall Meeting December 11-15 New Orleans, LA
The AGU Meetings program serves as a vital component of the Union. Programs range from the world-renowned Fall Meeting with an attendance of more than 23,000 to the more intimate settings of Chapman Conferences. AGU is also proud to collaborate with international attendees at the Joint Assemblies and Meeting of the Americas as well as ASLO and TOS for the Ocean Sciences Meeting. Our programs provide a platform for engagement and exchange, a proven value to our international membership of nearly 60,000.
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We blog and tweet our conference attendance as we lock in plans
2017 Annual Meeting | October 22-25 | Tampa, FL
The American Society of Agronomy, Crop Science Society of America, and Soil Science Society of America will host more than 4,000 scientists, professionals, educators, and students at the 2017 International Annual Meeting, “Managing Global Resources for a Secure Future,” on Oct. 22-25, 2017, in Tampa, Florida.
Berkeley, California for June 7-9, 2017. It will be in the Brower Center that can hold about 150 people.
There will be posters, discussion on science, measurement issues, the new data set and synthesis activities. A tentative list of the conference sessions includes the overview/update/outlook of FLUXNET and regional networks, new ideas for flux partitioning, case studies in long-term trend and variability, case studies in non-ideal conditions…..
European Geosciences Union (EGU) General Assembly: 23-28 April 2017
The EGU General Assembly 2016 in Vienna brings together geoscientists from all over the world to one meeting covering all disciplines of the Earth, planetary and space sciences. It provides a forum where scientists, especially early career researchers, can present their work and discuss their ideas with experts in all fields of geoscience. #EGU17
AGU Fall Meeting, San Francisco, CA: Dec. 12-16, 2016
The summer has been blowing by quickly here at Eosense, and AGU is just around the corner! We’ll be presenting about our revolutionary eosFD soil flux chambers and how to use them to enhance data from Eddy Covariance sites, and we’ll be set up in the exhibitors hall to show yo the latest and greatest we have to offer. To book a meeting ahead of time, email firstname.lastname@example.org. See you in SF!
ASA, CSSA & SSSA International Annual Meetings, Phoenix, AZ: Nov. 6-9, 2016
This year’s meeting will be held in Phoenix, Arizona, which is where you will find Eosense! We’ll be presenting about the new Picarro GasScouter and linking it to Eosense eosAC soil flux chambers to study GHG emissions from wetlands, and on how to link up two Picarro analyzers and the eosAC autochamber system to measure GHGs and isotopic ratios in tandem. To book a meeting ahead of time, email email@example.com. See you in Phoenix!
Ecological Society of America Annual Meeting: 7-15 August 2016
This year’s meeting will be held in Fort Lauderdale, Florida from August 7 – 12, which is where you will find us! Carrie-Ellen will be presenting results from a pilot study at the Howland Forest AmeriFlux site (Maine) using our Forced Diffusion (FD) Soil CO2 chambers (eosFD) and eddy covariance (EC) in tandem. Read the abstract for more details. Gordon McArthur, our CEO, will also be in attendance. To book a meeting ahead of time, email firstname.lastname@example.org. See you in Florida!
Co-hosting Live “Leave No Flux Undetected” Soil Flux Webinar
Dr. Nick Nickerson is co-leading a soil flux webinar with Dr. Jesper Christiansen, which is being hosted by Picarro Inc on Wednesday, June 1, 2016. About the session and how to register:
“Please join us on Wednesday, June 1st, 2016 to learn about how Picarro’s Cavity Ring-Down Spectroscopy (CRDS) technology can be used to measure soil gas flux in-situ. Dr. Nabil Saad (Picarro, Inc.) will be joined by Dr. Jesper Christiansen (U. of Copenhagen) and Dr. Nick Nickerson (Eosense). Jesper and Nick have hands-on experience with Picarro’s G2508 Soil Flux System and they will share their experience in achieving lower detection limits in gas flux measurements during the webinar: “Leave no flux undetected. Improved detection and quality assurance of greenhouse gas exchange rates measured with Picarro G2508”
European Geosciences Union (EGU) General Assembly: 17-22 April 2016
The EGU General Assembly 2016 brings together geoscientists from all over the world to one meeting covering all disciplines of the Earth, planetary and space sciences. It provides a forum where scientists, especially early career researchers, can present their work and discuss their ideas with experts in all fields of geoscience. #EGU16
Ocean Sciences Meeting: 21-26 Feb 2016
We sent our very own scientific content coordinator, Collette Robertson, to the 2016 AGU Ocean Sciences Meeting in New Orleans, Louisiana. She attended the conference to immerse herself in sessions and posters on the exciting world of marine sciences, and to assess potential marine applications for our eosGP waterproof CO2 concentration probe. Collette’s background is in marine biology with an emphasis on ecology, and has plenty of field experience under her belt. Read about some of the poster highlights from the conference and her experience from on-the-floor.
AGU: 14-18 Dec 2015
Ever wondered just how light our gas concentration probe really is, or how gently the eosAC chamber lowers onto its collar, or what forced diffusion is? At AGU, you can investigate for yourself.
The Eosense team will be at AGU with a poster and a booth (#843), plus a product launch and other exciting announcements. Our chief scientist, Nick Nickerson, and president, Gordon McArthur, will be there to answer questions and show off each one of our devices. Contact us ahead of time if you need to book a one-on-one meeting with either of them.
SSSA: 15-18 Nov 2015
Gordon (McArthur) attended the conference this year, and we partnered with Picarro to sponsor the ice cream break during the N20 workshop on Thursday. Using field work being done by Dr. Marc Los Huertos of Pomona College, California, we shared a case study that compares static and automated approaches for gathering field data. The automated system was comprised of 5 eosACs connected to a Picarro G2508 via an eosMX multiplexer.