January 2010 - The WG-131database (The Legacy of in situ Iron Enrichment Experiments) will be launch prior to AGU
Philip Boyd (co-chair of WG-131) and Cyndy Chandler (BCO-DMO, , Biological and Chemical Oceanography Data Management Office, http://www.bco-dmo.org/home, Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution) will host a workshop on February 21st 2010 (1400 – 1700 h) to launch the recently compiled database of mesoscale open-ocean iron enrichment experiments from IronEX 1 to SEEDS II. The launch of this database will take place on the Sunday prior to the AGU/ASLO Ocean Sciences meeting at the Clackamas Room in the Marriott Hotel, Portland Downtown/Lloyd Center, 435 NE Wasco Street Portland, OR 97232, (a few blocks from the Ocean Sciences convention venue, www.marriott.com/pdxcl).
August 2009 - 2nd GEOTRACES Data/Model synergy workshop
To be held in Paris, France on the 7 - 10 December 2009
August 2009 - SAFe Reference Material
Trace elements concentrations in SAFe reference material made public
April 2009 - COST Meeting
COST action ES0801: (The ocean chemistry of bioactive trace elements and paleoclimate proxies) hold it second
MC meeting in Vigo, Spain, and planned activities for the coming year. Funding was made available for a working group 3 (data management) meeting to be held in 2009.
September 2008 - Workshops
- The US GEOTRACES Scientific Steering Committee (SSC) is beginning to develop implementation plans for the initial sections in the Atlantic and Pacific Oceans, and invites community involvement in the process.
- An Atlantic workshop held at Woods Hole Oceanographic Institute in September 2008.
- A Pacific workshop held at the University of Southern California, Los Angeles in October 2008.
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