If you want to give a talk at the AmeriFlux Principal Investigators (PI) Meeting, make sure to register and submit your abstract by >>>NEW DATE!<<< Friday, September 7, 2018!

The AmeriFlux PI meeting is for the whole community —students and early career are encouraged!

We are especially interested in talks on these themes but all topics are welcome:

  • Warm Regions
  • Cold Regions
  • Boundary layer
  • Water cycle / beyond carbon
  • Methane
  • Morgan Monroe Forest

Deadlines

  • Sept. 7: Submit AmeriFlux PI Meeting abstracts for talks
  • Sept. 7: Apply for Student Travel Fellowships
  • Oct. 2: Register for PI Meeting 
  • Oct. 2: Reserve lodging at group rate
  • Oct. 2: Submit AmeriFlux PI Meeting abstracts for posters

Links for the details

This year the AmeriFlux PI Meeting (W-Th 10/24-25/2018) and the Data and Tech Workshop (M-Tu 10/22-23/2018) both take place in Bloomington, Indiana, so participants can stay in the same lodging for both meetings. These are two separate events, but are coordinated for the convenience of AmeriFlux Community members.

AmeriFlux PI Meeting: This year Kim Novick, Indiana University, is acting as the local host for our PI Meeting. Other organizing committee members are: Margaret Torn, Susan Sprinkle (logistics), Trevor Keenan, Russ Scott, Housen Chu. Send your suggestions for breakout sessions to Margaret (mstorn@lbl.gov).

Photo of the Indiana University grounds during fall—beautiful glade with trees in bright fall colors. From Wikimedia Commons.

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