ICOS

UNRAVELING EARTH'S GREENHOUSE GAS BALANCE WITH MEASUREMENTS

ICOS, the Integrated Carbon Observation System, is a European Research Infrastructure that provides long-term observations for better understanding the carbon cycle and greenhouse gas emissions above Europe. ICOS enables prediction of the future climate and the evaluation of activities aimed at the mitigation of climate change.

ICOS Belgium network
consists of six ecosystem monitoring stations, three ocean monitoring stations and one atmosphere monitoring stations
For schools
learn about climate change with our children’s workshop
For researchers
get in touch for data requests and collaboration opportunities

ICOS Cities Talks (Online)

Every other Wednesday
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Belgian Science for Climate
Action Conference
- Brussels (Belgium)

19.02.2024 - 20.02.2024

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ICOS at EGU24
- Vienna (Austria) & Online

14.04.2024 - 19.04.2024
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Ostend at Anchor

23.05.2024 - 26.05.2024

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ICOS Science Conference 2024
- Versailles (France)
& Online

10.09.2024 - 12.09.2024
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01.02.2024
ICOS Science Conference 2024: discover the sessions and submit your abstract
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31.01.2024
The Ostend Declaration: Ocean scientists call for increased efforts global surface ocean carbon observing system
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19.01.2024
New nature rapport of national park Hoge Kempen
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13.12.2023
COP28 concluded
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06.12.2023
Global Carbon budget 2023 published
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25.11.2023
CongoFlux in the news: Vranckx & de Nomaden - Yangambi: Een klimaat van spanning (in Dutch)
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ICOS Belgium Focal Point

University of Antwerp, Department of Biology
Campus Drie Eiken, D.C.211
Universiteitsplein 1
B-2610 Wilrijk
E. Fran.Lauriks@uantwerpen.be

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