LATICE at EGU 2021 General Assembly, 19-30 April
The European Geosciences Union (EGU) General Assembly 2021 brings together geoscientists from all over the world to a conference covering all disciplines of the Earth, planetary and space sciences. Also this year several LATICE researchers will present their work at this online conference.
Meet LATICE researchers at the EGU 2021 General Assembly
vEGU21: Gather Online (#vEGU21) will be held from 19 to 30 April 2021.
Presentations and interactive chats related to the LATICE research group are
Bakke, S. J., Wanders, N., van der Wiel, K., Ionita, M., and Tallaksen, L. M.: Identifying dominant drivers of northern European wildfires, Wednesday 28 April 16:05 CEST (chat 16:17–17:00).
Falk, S., Vollsnes, A. V., Emberson, L., O'Neill, C., Berglen Eriksen, A. E., Stordal, F., and Koren Berntsen, T.: The 2018 heatwave and its implications on ozone induced damage on vegetation in a subarctic climate, Thursday 29 April 09:08 CEST (chat 09:26–10:30).
Gelati, E., Yilmaz, Y., Jørgensen Bakke, S., and Tallaksen, L. M.: Community Land Model v5 runoff evaluation in small near-natural catchments in Fennoscandia, Monday 26 April 09:19 CEST (chat 09:35–10:30).
Keetz, L. T., Bryn, A., Horvath, P., Skarpaas, O., Tallaksen, L. M., and Žliobaitė, I.: Using machine learning to model the distribution of Vegetation Types across Norway, Friday 30 April 09:37 CEST (chat 09:45–10:30).
Vatne, A., Tallaksen, L. M., Pirk, N., Vollsnes, A. V., Engeland, K., Larsen, P., and Ibrom, A.: Sensitivity of evapotranspiration and surface conductance to vapour pressure deficit across high latitude climatic gradients, Thursday 29 April, 09:06 CEST (chat 09:26–10:30).
About EGU and the The General Assembly
The European Geosciences Union (EGU) is the leading organisation for Earth, planetary and space science research in Europe. Their vision is to realise a sustainable and just future for humanity and for the planet. It is a non-profit international union of scientists with about 20,000 members from all over the world. The EGU was established in September 2002 as a merger of the European Geophysical Society (EGS) and the European Union of Geosciences (EUG), and has headquarters in Munich, Germany.
The annual EGU General Assembly is the largest and most prominent European geosciences event, attracting over 16,000 scientists from all over the world in the year 2019.