INMS Activity 1.3 entitled 'Development of methodology for N fluxes and distribution’ held its workshop in Lisbon, Portugal, from the 26th to 28th November this year. It was hosted by Dr Helena Serrano at the Centre for Ecology, Evolution and Environmental Changes (cE3c), University of Lisboa.
The workshop focused on further development of the methods for the database, the chapter writing for the guidance document on N flux and distribution methods and the development of the N flux network tool.
Fifteen researchers attended the meeting from Europe, South Asia and Brazil, with remote contributions from France, Japan, Kenya, Russia, Spain, the United States and the UK. The meeting was focused on providing guidance for practitioners interested in quantifying N fluxes in various settings around the world, so that progress can be made on monitoring, modelling and mitigating N pollution.