07 April 2019 - 12 April 2019
Austria Center Vienna
EGU 2019, the largest geosciences meeting in Europe, brings together thousands of geoscientists from all over the world, covering all disciplines of the Earth, planetary, and space sciences. The assembly is an opportunity to share information, learn about new developments, and find out about the latest research on climate, space, and planetary science missions, natural disasters, and plastic pollution.
IIASA researchers from several research programs – including the Ecosystems Services and Management, Energy, and Water programs – will present their work during oral and poster presentations at the meeting.
Media information: EGU 2019
Below list is a selection of IIASA participation. For the full program please visit the EGU homepage.
Selection of sessions involving IIASA staff:
Innovative sensing techniques for water monitoring, modelling, and management: Satellites, gauges and citizens
Convener: Linda See (Ecosystems Services and Management Program)
The nexus between water resources management and energy, land, society and climate change (co-organized)
Co-conveners include: Edward Byers (Energy Program)
Plant traits, adaptation and biogeochemical cycles – from measurements to models
Co-conveners include: Oskar Franklin (Ecosystems Services and Management Program)
Citizen Science: bridging the science-society-gap by finding emerging environmental issues and empowering citizens (co-organized)
Co-conveners includes: Steffen Fritz (Ecosystems Services and Management Program)
Recent advancement in estimating global, continental and regional scale water balance components
Co-conveners include: Ted Veldkamp and Yoshihide Wada (both Water Program)
Biomass in future energy and resource systems: impact on land use, climate and environmental services
Co-conveners includes: Florian Kraxner (Ecosystems Services and Management Program)
Last edited: 06 February 2019
EGU General Assembly 2019
EGU General Assembly 2019
Soussana J-F, Lutfalla S, Ehrhardt F, Rosenstock T, Lamanna C, Havlik P, Richards M, Wollenberg E, et al. (2019). Matching policy and science: Rationale for the ‘4 per 1000 - soils for food security and climate’ initiative. Soil and Tillage Research 188: 3-15. DOI:10.1016/j.still.2017.12.002.
Blas A, Garrido A, Unver O, & Willaarts B (2019). A comparison of the Mediterranean diet and current food consumption patterns in Spain from a nutritional and water perspective. Science of the Total Environment 664: 1020-1029. DOI:10.1016/j.scitotenv.2019.02.111.
Wang M, Strokal M, Burek P ORCID: https://orcid.org/0000-0001-6390-8487, Kroeze C, Ma L, & Janssen ABG (2019). Excess nutrient loads to Lake Taihu: Opportunities for nutrient reduction. Science of the Total Environment 664: 865-873. DOI:10.1016/j.scitotenv.2019.02.051.
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