The national observation network of Belgium consists of 6 ecosystems stations, 3 marine observation platforms and 1 atmospheric observatory on Ile de La Réunion.
Presentations, posters, field visit
20 October 2017
Gembloux Agro-Bio Tech
Université de Liège
Passage des Déportés 2
Register until 12 October 2017
Abstract Submission until 22 Spetember 2017 Registration is free of charge
The goal of the ICOS Belgium Science Conference is to
- present an overview of the ongoing scientific activities in the ICOS Belgium network;
- explore the array of research topics possible with the data and in situ at the measurement stations; and
- foster collaboration with the scientific community interested in greenhouse gas observations on land, in the oceans and in the air.
We welcome researchers, data users and other stakeholders both from within and outside of the ICOS Belgium community. Participants are especially invited to submit contributions focussed on
- the use of the ICOS data; and
- on interesting collaborations and scientific research possibilities at the ICOS infrastructure.
FIELD VISIT TO THE LONZÉE ECOSYSTEM STATION
With the support of: