The American Geophysical Union (AGU) Fall Meeting will be held will be held at the Walter E. Washington Convention Centre, Washington DC, from the 10th to 14th of December 2018.
The meeting hosts the largest gathering of Earth and space scientists in the world, and provides attendees the opportunity to share research, develop skills, build partnerships, collaborate and exchange knowledge. There will be Keynote speeches from Lisa Jackson, Vice President of Environment, Policy and Social Initiatives at Apple, James Balog, Founder and Director of Earth Vision Institute and Extreme Ice Survey, and Dr. Jim Reilly, Director of US Geological Survey. The meeting will include a huge array of oral and poster presentations, as well as a range of scientific workshops.
Amongst the scientific workshops, there are a couple being held that are relevant to, or will directly contribute to Towards INMS. More information on these sessions is below.
For more information on the 2018 AGU Fall meeting, please visit the website which can be found here.
Global and Regional Nitrous Oxide Budget: Data, Models and Uncertainty
This session (session number: B034) aims to bring together research and studies to assist in quantifying N2O budgets at a global and regional scale, through emissions inventory analysis, observations in the field, biogeochemical modelling for terrestrial and oceanic systems, and inverse modelling. Outputs from this session will contribute to the development of the global N2O budget, which is supported by the Global Carbon Project and the International Nitrogen Initiative.
More information on this session can be found here.
Quantifying Nutrient Budgets for Sustainable Nutrient Management
This session (session number: GC075) will provide opportunities to assess the progress and challenges in the current nutrient budgeting methods and databases, as well as engage discussions on how to improve nutrient budget quantification, for a range of applications. The results of this session will feed into Towards INMS Task 1.1.3.
More information on the session can be found here.