2023 Conference Theme:
“From Leaf to Globe, Seconds to Centuries:
Scaling Up For Climate Change”
See you at the 2nd Annual ER-DGVM-C 2024!
Thank you to all participants who helped inaugurate the ER-DGVM-C with their excellent presentations on the range of DGVMs, phenology, field and remote sensing measurements, human dimensions, and more! Thanks especially for the good conversations.
The Eastern Regional Dynamic Global Vegetation Modeling Conference (ER-DGVM-C) was held this March 24-26, 2023, at the Marine Biological Laboratory (MBL), Woods Hole, Massachusetts, USA. The ER-DGVM-C brought together vegetation/land modelers primarily in the U.S. Eastern region for an annual regional conference to share science and foster collaborations. 2023 marked the inaugural meeting. This collegial, weekend conference was geared toward scientists, postdocs, and students who work with dynamic global vegetation models (DGVMs), particularly models that couple with surface hydrology and the atmosphere models. Scientists who conduct research on field sites, with satellite data, or other process-based models that inform model physics and parameters and provide boundary conditions were also encouraged to participate. Participants from outside the U.S. Eastern region were welcome.
Registration and abstract submission are now closed.
To pay any remaining fees, please contact: Paul Anderson, panderson *at* mbl.edu, 508-289-7248
Questions? Contact us:
nancy.y.kiang *at* nasa.gov
hl3147 *at* columbia.edu
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Thanks for attending!
The ER-DGVM-C brought together vegetation/land modelers primarily in the U.S. Eastern region, with keynotes from other parts of the U.S. and Canada.
For any questions on conference format, scientific scope, organization, etc., please email:
Dr. Nancy Y. Kiang, Nancy.Y.Kiang *at* nasa.gov
For questions about the website and sponsorship,
Dr. Hannah Liddy, hl3147 *at* columbia.edu
We dedicate this conference in memory of Jianwu (“Jim”) Tang, MBL scientist who passed away in December. https://www.mbl.edu/news/obituaries/jianwu-jim-tang
We thank our sponsors LI-COR, Spectra Vista Corporation, Spectral Evolution, and Picarro for their generous support!