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2015 Fall AGU sessions relevant to Carbon Cycle Science
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Integrating in-situ and remote sensing observations of the terrestrial biosphere to provide insights into earth system function

This session honors the career of Dr. Diane Wickland who recently retired from NASA where she served Terrestrial Ecology Program Manager and lead of the Carbon Cycle & Ecosystems Focus Area.
A030 Constraining Biosphere-Atmosphere Exchange Processes using Remote-sensing and In Situ Networks
A083 Remote Sensing of CO2 and CH4 from Space: Exploiting New Measurements
A097 Understanding and attributing greenhouse gas fluxes from urban systems and major hot-spots: (1)  Linking bottom-up data products and top-down observations
A098 Understanding and attributing greenhouse gas fluxes from urban systems and major hot-spots: (2) Attributing sources and sinks for policy and health applications
Airborne Microwave Observatory of Subcanopy and Subsurface (AirMOSS) Mission: Improving NEE Estimates in North America through Observations of Subsurface Soil Moisture Profiles
Advances in observing, analyzing and scaling surface-atmosphere exchange for enhancing long-term networks
Biosphere-Atmosphere Greenhouse Gas Fluxes in Terrestrial Ecosystems
Characterizing Vegetation Structure with Remote Sensing
Constraining ecosystem carbon uptake and long term storage using models and data
B031 Diagnostics of coupled tropical atmosphere-terrestrial ecosystem processes
B043 Integrating remote sensing observations and eddy covariance observations
B046 Mapping and Monitoring Terrestrial Vegetation Carbon Stocks and Fluxes: Inventories, Remote Sensing, Modeling, and Policy Support
B056 New Mechanisms, Feedbacks, and Approaches for Improving Predictions of the Global Carbon Cycle in Earth System Models
B071 Remote sensing of forests and plantations in the tropical and sub-tropical zones
B072 Remote sensing of northern high-latitude ecosystem and landscape change
B075 Scaling From Points to Pixels: Remote Sensing Estimates of Ecosystem Characteristics Across Space and Time
B077 Soil carbon stocks, fluxes and vulnerability at large spatial scales
B079 Soil organic matter: mechanisms of stabilization and change
B093 Vulnerability of Permafrost Carbon to Climate Change
C016 Exploring a Permafrost Forecast System
Carbon Monitoring Systems Research and Applications
Second State of the Carbon Cycle Report (2016) – A Special Scientific Assessment of Current Status and Opportunities