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About The Meeting

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    • 4:45 - 6:00 pm: Workshop I, Mead Lounge
      • Robert Kennedy - Remote sensing of land management, disturbance, and ecosystem properties
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      • Workshop II: Mike Dietze - Challenges in ecosystem modeling and model-data fusion
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    • 8:30 am - 9:30 am: Workshop V, Boathouse
      • Ankur Desai - Dealing with in situ observations of carbon cycle components in models
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    • 10:00 am - 11:00 am: Workshop summary reports, Boathouse
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About The Meeting

Over the past 15 years, the Chequamegon Ecosystem Atmosphere Study has built an impressive legacy of spatially distributed long-term data on ecosystem carbon and water cycling in temperate and boreal transition forests and wetlands of the upper Midwest USA, centered in northern Wisconsin. This year, after a brief hiatus, we are brining back the successful multidisciplinary ChEAS meeting. Unlike previous years, the focus of this meeting is narrower, reflecting a particular set of interests from a number of labs focused on constraining and improving predictions from ecosystem models of carbon cycling in spatially heterogenous, managed landscapes or developing the network and database of past and ongoing observations (flux towers, tall tower, airborne and satellite remote sensing, biometric, and physiological) for improved assimilation into models. The outcome of this meeting is closer integration and new directions for a number of parallel research efforts on these topics.

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Over the past 15 years, the Chequamegon Ecosystem Atmosphere Study has built an impressive legacy of spatially distributed long-term data on ecosystem carbon and water cycling in temperate and boreal transition forests and wetlands of the upper Midwest USA, centered in northern Wisconsin. This year, after a brief hiatus, we are brining back the successful multidisciplinary ChEAS meeting. Unlike previous years, the focus of this meeting is narrower, reflecting a particular set of interests from a number of labs focused on constraining and improving predictions from ecosystem models of carbon cycling in spatially heterogenous, managed landscapes or developing the network and database of past and ongoing observations (flux towers, tall tower, airborne and satellite remote sensing, biometric, and physiological) for improved assimilation into models. The outcome of this meeting is closer integration and new directions for a number of parallel research efforts on these topics.

Conference organizers:

Registration and Participation List

Registration closes on Monday, February 27. To register, simply fill out your information on this Google spreadsheet link. There is no fee to register. Lodging for night of 6/27 is limited to 20 and field trip may be space limited. The remaining nights have up to 30 beds available. Lodging and field trip slots will be filled on a first come first serve basis. Additional hotel lodging is available in the towns of Minocqua and Woodruff.

Travel Information

Information on flights and driving directions can be found at: http://cheas.psu.edu/meeting/2005/directions.html

Information about lodging at Kemp Natural Resources Station: http://www.kemp.wisc.edu/users/faqs.html

There is no registration fee; conference rate shared-room lodging at Kemp will be $29 per person per night; breakfast, snacks, and lunches will be covered by the conference and served at shared kitchen facilities at Kemp; dinners will be at local area restuarants

Limited travel funds to support airfare or lodging is available on a first come first serve basis. Please contact desai@aos.wisc.edu for inquiries.

Agenda

A detailed agenda will be provided here in April. The general format is as follows:

  • Wed, June 27
    • Evening: Arrival for field trip participants (optional, please indicate interest in registration, space and lodging is limited)
  • Thu, June 28
    • Morning/Afternoon: Field trip to flux tower sites, arrival for non field trip participants
    • Evening: Official meeting start, introductions, informal discussion
  • Fri, June 29
    • Morning: Rapid-fire 5 minute research talks
    • Afternoon: Series of parallel 45 minute sessions on modeling and observational techniques
    • Evening: Informal discussion on future directions, modeling exercises in lab
  • Sat, Jun 30
    • Morning: Break-out sessions on projects, publications, proposals
    • Afternoon: Report from break-outs, meeting evaluations and departure

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