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2008 NASA Carbon Cycle and Ecosystems
Joint Science Workshop

April 28 – May 2, 2008
University of Maryland Inn and Conference Center
3501 University Boulevard East, Adelphi, MD
Day 1–3:

Day 45:
Focus Area Science Meeting

Program Science Team Meetings for Ocean Color, LCLUC, Terrestrial Ecology, and Biodiversity and Ecological Forecasting

Workshop Objectives

  1. to share scientific research results and foster interdisciplinary interactions within the CC&E Focus Area and
  2. to serve as the next regular science team meeting for each of these programs: Ocean Biology and Biogeochemistry, Terrestrial Ecology, Land Cover and Land Use Change, Biodiversity, and Ecological Forecasting

Who attended and presented posters?

Currently funded, previously funded, or interested researchers involved in the following NASA research and applied sciences program elements:

  • Terrestrial Ecology
  • Land Cover and Land Use Change
  • Ocean Biology and Biogeochemistry
  • Biodiversity
  • Ecological Forecasting
  • Agricultural Efficiency
  • Invasive Species
  • Carbon Management

and/or conducting research on relevant topics that are supported through NASA's Interdisciplinary Science, Earth Observing System, New Investigator, NPOESS Preparatory Project, Earth and Space Science Fellowship, MEaSUREs, REASoN, ACCESS, Technology, Education, and other programs.

This meeting was also open to others involved in carbon cycle and ecosystem research and applications and /or related space activities.  

Link to original invitation
Link to 2006 Joint Science Workshop website

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