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Registration deadline for TESS 2022

TESS taking place in Bellevue, WA on 8-11 August, welcomes participation by the entire Heliophysics community, including all four traditional..

Webinar: How can we quantify and reduce agricultural N2O emissions at scale?


In our fifth webinar of 2022, “Managing N2O,” we will depart from carbon to look at nitrous oxide, the primary greenhouse gas emitted from agricultural soils. Dr. Allison Eagle (Environmental Defense Fund) will discuss N2O emissions accounting at large spatial scales, and Dr. Mike Castellano (Iowa State University) will discuss the potential for reducing N2O emissions through improved water management in the U.S. corn belt.

Triennial Earth-Sun Summit (TESS) 2022

Bellevue, WA, USA

TESS welcomes participation by the entire Heliophysics community, including all four traditional sub-disciplines devoted to studies of the Sun, Heliosphere, Magnetosphere, and Ionosphere-Thermosphere-Mesosphere.

Chapman Conference: The Second National Conference: Justice in Geoscience

Washington, D.C. DC

The Second National Conference: Justice in Geoscience engages intergenerational and convergent coalitions to broaden participation of Black, Native/Indigenous, and Latinx students and scholars in geosciences and related disciplines. This Chapman will feature events and programming that span three themes – Archival: Reading the past to create paths forward; Urgent: Justice for geoscientists of color; and Imaginary: A radically different future. Prior to the meeting, an unconference activity will allow all participants to take part in assembling the conference program.

Webinar: Early-Career Science Seminar Series 1: Physics and Dynamics

Three early-career scientists will be giving 12 minute talks on their research in the general area of atmospheric physics and dynamics with Q&A afterwards.

Please register for Early-Career Science Seminar Series 1: Physics and Dynamics on Aug 25, 2022 4:00 PM EDT.

Webinar: Preparing Honors Nomination packets: Demystifying the process

The AGU Biogeosciences Section’s Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Committee will hold a webinar to prepare potential nominators and nominees for AGU honors (medals, awards, prizes, fellowship and lectures) with the knowledge and skills they need to put together an outstanding packet. LaToya Myles, the Chair of the AGU Honors & Recognition Committee, will present an overview of the AGU Honors program, after which 2021 Hilker Early Career Award winner Jennifer Glass and AGU Fellow Ariel Anbar will walk participants through the crafting of a CV, publication list, and letters of recommendation.

Chapman Conference: Solving Water Availability Challenges through an Interdisciplinary Framework

Golden, Colorado

Despite the inherent complexity of water availability, the hydrologic cycle has historically been studied from narrow disciplinary perspectives, often isolated from societal context. Addressing the challenge of water availability requires understanding the issues holistically, bringing together the pieces of the puzzle held by different disciplinary perspectives. Our Chapman conference will uncover and make explicit divergent views, assumptions, data types, and research methods that make integration difficult.

Webinar: What are the soil carbon sequestration potentials of biochar and enhanced weathering?

In our sixth webinar of 2022, “Biochar and Enhanced Weathering,” we will discuss two emerging soil sequestration technologies with leading U.S. experts. Dr. Johannes Lehmann (Cornell University) will discuss the path ahead for biochar utilization. Dr. Dan Maxbauer (Carleton College) will describe the technical potential for crushed silicate rocks to sequester CO2 through enhanced mineral weathering.

Chapman Conference: Distributed Volcanism and Distributed Volcanic Hazards

Flagstaff, Arizona

The purpose of this Chapman is to bring together scientists to discuss, develop, and test conceptual models of distributed volcanism. Focus by the scientific community is especially important now because of continuing growth of cities, communities, and critical infrastructure within sparsely monitored volcanic fields.

Webinar: Community and Citizen Science: Science and Society Dialogues

Work at the science and society interface benefits from increased awareness of, and research in, how to share science, collaborate with inspire the arts, inform policy making, and effectively work with communities and decision makers. During this event, we will hear from leading scholars in Community and Citizen Science, followed by a facilitated discussion.