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ESA 2016 Special Session – 20thAnniversary of the AmeriFlux Network: Past Research Accomplishments and Future Directions to Advance Understanding of Terrestrial Ecosystem Function in the Anthropocene
It has been 20 years since the official formation of the AmeriFlux network, and we are having a special session at ESA in Fort Lauderdale, FL to celebrate.
Session title: 20thAnniversary of the AmeriFlux Network: Past Research Accomplishments and Future Directions to Advance Understanding of Terrestrial Ecosystem Function in the Anthropocene.”
Monday, August 8, 2016: 8:00 PM-10:00 PM
Grand Floridian Blrm G, Ft Lauderdale Convention Center
This two-hour special session celebrates 20 years of the AmeriFlux research network, with several invited talks highlighting major research findings and open discussion of big ideas for future directions, followed by refreshments. Dave Hollinger and I will start the session with the history and research accomplishments of the network over the past 20 years, then we pass it off to Steve Running as he has been a supporter from the modeling committee since nearly the beginning (guaranteed to entertain). Then Marcy Litvak will present ideas for the future. Refreshments will follow the first hour of talks.
Here is the web site for information on the ESA meeting: http://esa.org/ftlauderdale/ and the special session: https://eco.confex.com/eco/2016/webprogram/Session11773.html
Hope to see you there!