Dear colleagues of Division 8,
I hope you and your family are fine even in the COVID-19 Pandemic.
Actually, in Japan, the situation is very uncertain, especially in Tokyo
As for the captioned matter, it was decided that the ACID RAIN 2020
conference would be postponed to late 2021 or early 2022. Although the
actual new date is still under discussion, we have just updated HP to
inform potential participants of the current situation.
The name of the conference "ACID RAIN 2020" will not be changed to
utilize the materials prepared so far (such as logo, HP, registration
I will inform you when the new date is decided.
Thank you for your understanding on this matter.
Hiroyuki SASE, Ph.D.
Ecological Impact Research Department
Asia Center for Air Pollution Research (ACAP)
Japan Environmental Sanitation Center (JESC)
Telephone: +81-25-263-0559 (direct)
Network Center for the Acid Deposition Monitoring Network in East Asia (EANET)
Atmospheric Environment Sciences in East Asia (Cooperation course)
Graduate School of Science and Technology
APN Project on Sulphur Dynamics: http://www.apn.acap.asia
ACID RAIN 2020: https://www.acidrain2020.org
Von: Michael Rinderer <mailto:[mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]> [mailto:email@example.com]
An: <mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org> office(a)iufro.org
Betreff: Workshop announcement
Dear colleagues and friends,
We are happy to announce the "call for abstracts" for our workshop on "Water and nutrient fluxes in ecosystems under a changing climate - a tracer-based perspective". The event will take place from the 4th to the 6th of November 2020 in Heidelberg, Germany.
The aim of this workshop is to bring together leading scientists from hydrology, soil science and plant physiology to communicate the latest research on water and nutrient fluxes in the soil-plant atmosphere continuum and to identify challenges and ways forward among colleagues from these three neighboring disciplines. We will have four sessions covering the following topics:
1. Transport processes and residence times in ecohydrological systems
2. Novel tracer techniques for investigating processes in the subsurface
3. Ecohydrological storages and fluxes mediated by plants
4. Methodological developments and monitoring systems
Confirmed invited speakers are: Dr. Matthias Sprenger, Dr. Matthias Beyer, Jun. Prof. Dr. Michaela Dippold and Ass. Prof. Dr. Giulia Zuecco
For abstract submission please follow the link:
We look forward to a lively and engaging workshop.
Natalie Orlowski, Michael Rinderer, Maren Dubbert and Jaane Krüger
Dr. Michael Rinderer
Chair of Hydrology
University of Freiburg
Freiburg, DE, 79098