03May 2020-08May 2020

Vienna, Austria

European Geosciences Union

EGU General Assembly 2020, online

The EGU General Assembly 2020 will bring 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. The EGU is looking forward to cordially welcoming you in Vienna.

Convening a phenology and seasonality session, we want to bring together ecologists, biogeoscientists and climate scientists that use phenology and indicators of seasonality changes to increase our understanding of ecosystem changes and climate impacts and feedbacks at all temporal and spatial scales.

The phenology session has established itself as very well attended and a nice community for interaction between researchers interested in phenology and seasonal changes. This session is organized by a consortium representing the International Society of Biometeorology (Phenology Commission), the Pan-European Phenology Network - PEP 725, the Swiss Academy of Science SCNAT, the TEMPO French Phenology Network and the USA National Phenology Network.

- Session CL2.3
Phenology and seasonality in climate change
We warmly welcome  everyone interested in the session and, please, consider submitting your contribution before 15 January 2020, 13:00 CET.
Iñaki Garcia de Cortazar-Atauri, Ellen Denny, Marie Keatley, Christina Koppe, Helfried Scheifinger, Yann Vitasse

- Session, HS10.3
Stable isotopes to study water and nutrient dynamics in the soil-plant-atmosphere continuum
This session aims to address the current state of the art for methods, applications and process interpretations using stable isotopes in the critical zone and to foster interdisciplinary exchange. We welcome experimental and modeling studies that present methodological developments and applications of isotope tracers to improve the actual knowledge of the water exchanges at the soil-plant-atmosphere interfaces. Studies that seek to cross disciplinary boundaries and reveal new ecohydrological process understanding are especially welcome.

- Session, HS2.2.3
Subsurface runoff in catchment hydrology: From innovative experimental approaches to process modelling
This session deals with current knowledge and process understanding of subsurface runoff in catchment areas of different landscapes, its experimental investigation, modeling and validation via innovative artificial and natural tracers.

Abstracts can be submitted until 15 January 2020, 13:00 CET.





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