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AMS 32nd Conference on Agricultural and Forest Meteorology

June 20, 2016 - June 24, 2016

AMS 32nd Conference on Agricultural and Forest Meteorology, joint with 22nd Symposium on Boundary Layers and Turbulence, the Third Conference on Biogeosciences, and a special session for Bill Massman.

Measuring and modeling terrestrial ecosystem responses to climate change
Upscaling flux measurements to regional, continental and global scale
Integrating land surface measurements into biogeochemical models
Climate controls of carbon, water, energy, and nutrient cycling from leaf to globe
Microbial controls of biogeochemical cycling
Nitrogen and methane cycles in a changing climate
Inland water biogeochemical and energy exchange and its regional and global implications
Changing Land-Use in Forest and Agricultural Regions
Land use and land cover in semi-arid ecosystems
Vegetation change in boreal and arctic ecosystems
Changes in land use from field crops to biofuel crops
Tropical forests in a changing climate
Mapping terrestrial biome productions (GPP)
Impacts of climate extreme on forest and agricultural systems
Global and regional water-food-energy security in a changing climate
Forest disturbance, health, and biogeochemical cycle in a changing climate
Responses to the effects of drought on agriculture
Extreme climate events and natural disasters in tropical systems

Adaptation of cities to climate change
Impacts of urban plumes on forest and agricultural ecosystems
Water, energy and society in urban systems
Observing and modeling urban transport of carbon & pollutants
Urban-atmosphere exchange and PBL evolution
Micrometeorological processes, transport and dispersion within and above plant and urban canopies
Understanding and uncertainties in measuring and modeling ecosystem-atmosphere exchanges
Canopy flows in stable conditions
Issues and new perspectives in eddy covariance measurements
Boundary layer processes over complex terrain and heterogeneous surfaces
Novel instruments and systems for measuring ecosystem -atmosphere exchanges
New theory, ideas and approaches in understanding ecosystem -atmosphere exchanges

Campbell Scientific is located in Logan, Utah, about 80 miles north of Salt Lake City (1.5 hour drive). Campbell promised to support a field trip for conference attendees to visit and see the manufacturing processes and quality, calibration, and testing. We are also planning to have some near-by beautiful sight-seeing (BBQ) with this field trip.


June 20, 2016
June 24, 2016


Unnamed Venue
Salt Lake City, Utah United States
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Scientists, Students, Technical Professionals