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Meeting Details

We anticipate a virtual meeting with an AGU style format that includes a mix of live and pre-recorded talks, posters, and discussion sessions. Recognizing that no time slot is ideal for all participants of a global meeting, we are planning to hold the majority of sessions between 9:00am and 12:00pm EDT (equivalent to 6:00-9:00 in Los Angeles, 22:00-01:00 in Tokyo, 15:00-18:00 in Darmstadt).

Timeline

March 29 — Abstract submission and registration opens
April 19 — Extended! Abstracts Due
May 24 — Registration deadline
June 14 - 17 — IWGGMS-17 Virtual Workshop

Goals

The goal of the workshop is to review the state of the art in space-based remote sensing of carbon dioxide, methane, and other greenhouse gases and related products, including:

  1. Results from current missions
  2. Results expected from future missions
  3. Retrieval algorithms and methods for inter-instrument and product Cal/Val
  4. Uncertainty quantification and bias correction techniques
  5. Observations to quantify hot spots and local/urban emissions
  6. Flux estimates and atmospheric inversions from space-based GHG measurements
  7. Towards an international space-based GHG emission monitoring system
  8. Stakeholder needs and engagement for the Global Stocktake
Code of Conduct:

The organizers of IWWGMS 17 are committed to providing safe, welcoming, and productive environments in the field and the lab, and at meetings and conferences, and have adopted the American Geophysical Union Scientific Code of Conduct. The Code of Conduct rejects discrimination and harassment by any means, based on factors such as ethnic or national origin, race, religion, citizenship, language, political or other opinion, sex, gender identity, sexual orientation, disability, physical appearance, age, or economic class. This Code also includes information on expected behavior, unacceptable behavior, consequences, and how to report unacceptable behavior. If you have any concerns or need an ally contact: David Crisp, Lesley Ott, Peter Griffith, or Libby Larson.