January 21, 2021

OCB Science Highlights
Seagrass is not a silver bullet for climate change
Read the highlight and paper in Science Advances by Bryce R. Van Dam, Mary A. Zeller, Christian Lopes, Ashley R. Smyth, Michael E. Böttcher, Christopher L. Osburn, Tristan Zimmerman, Daniel Pröfrock, James W. Fourqurean, and Helmuth Thomas
Diel trend in CO2 flux presented as discrete 30-min measurements during the study period (black circles) and annual mean fluxes for the year surrounding the study period, binned in 2-hour intervals [colored circles (x ± SD)].

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News from the OCB Project Office

Promoting justice, equity, diversity, and inclusion
See our Code of Conduct page for more
Announcing Plenary Topics for OCB2022 Summer Workshop (titles may change) 
  • Biological Pump response to changing climate – 2-part session (Chairs: Susanne Menden-Deuer, Raleigh Hood, Adam Martiny, Seth Bushinsky, Scott Doney)
  • Carbon capture and biogeochemical cycling in coastal waters- Blue carbon capacity beyond carbon burial in coastal wetlands  (Chairs: Aleck Wang, Jaime Palter, Maria Tzortziou)
  • Extreme ocean events  (Chairs: Patrick Rafter, Victoria Coles)
  • Coastal observing to understand and predict coastal ecosystem changes (Chair: Charlie Stock)
  • Closing gaps in quantification of the ocean carbon sink (Chairs: Galen McKinley, Peter Landschützer)
OCB2022: June 20-23, 2022 (Woods Hole, MA) - Registration opens in early spring!
Announcing New OCB SSC Members
Please join us in welcoming five new members to the OCB SSC!
  • Susanne Craig (NASA GSFC)
  • Shaily Rahman (Univ Colorado, Boulder)
  • Jeff Bowman (SIO)
  • Tim DeVries (UCSB)
  • Zachary Erickson (early career) (NOAA PMEL)
We thank the outgoing members Marjorie Friedrichs (VIMS), Julie Granger (Univ. Connecticut), Raleigh Hood (UMCES), Adam Martiny (Univ. California, Irvine), and Maria Tzortziou (CCNY CUNY & Columbia Univ LDEO) for their dedicated service and enthusiasm.
2022 Ocean Sciences Meeting

Important dates:
28 January - Registration cancellation deadline
10 February - Presentation upload deadline


Bio-GO-SHIP: Sustained Global Scale Biological Observations 

Feb. 24, 2:00 pm (Room 4)

Attend this Town Hall Meeting to learn more about a new 2-year Bio-GO-SHIP pilot effort supported by NOAA and NASA that will add biological measurements to the existing suite of core GO-SHIP physical and biogeochemical measurements on upcoming GO-SHIP lines. For more details on the scientific questions and associated measurements behind this effort, check out a new Perspectives article in Frontiers in Marine Science. This Town Hall will start with a brief overview of Bio-GO-SHIP with Q&A, followed by breakout groups to enable participants to interact and form new collaborations around potential scientific applications of these new datasets.

FAIR data solutions to support a global observing system of marine ecological time series
Feb. 24, 3:00 pm, Room 1 
Join us at this Town Hall Meeting to learn more about a new NSF EarthCube-funded Research Coordination Network for Marine Ecological Time Series (METS-RCN) tasked with bringing together members of the oceanographic, data science, and informatics communities to build consensus on key components of a FAIR (Findable, Accessible, Interoperable, Reusable) (Wilkinson, 2016) data model for METS, including common vocabularies, metadata reporting standards, and data citation practices; engage broader METS data users (e.g., modelers, educators, decision makers) to facilitate broader applications of METS data; and build community capacity for METS data analysis, statistical methods, and data-model integration. This town hall meeting will also highlight a concurrent EuroSea-funded project led by members of the RCN leadership team focused on developing a pilot biogeochemical time series data product to help visualize spatial patterns and trends across ocean basins. 

OCB-relevant Town Hall Meetings   

Full town hall schedule with descriptions (all times in EST)


10:00 am (Room 1): TH29 The Ocean Carbon Value Chain

11:00 am (Room 1): TH02 Monitoring Carbon in the Oceans and Coastal Regions with the NASA Carbon Monitoring System (CMS)

12:00 pm (Room 1): TH05 What is the ocean’s role in carbon dioxide removal? Marine CDR Technologies

12:00 pm (Room 2): TH01 US CLIVAR Town Hall on Climate at the Coasts

12:00 pm (Room 6): TH15 Biogeochemical-Argo status and plans

1:00 (Room 1): TH37 NASA Ocean Programs Town Hall

1:00 (Room ): TH34 The Synoptic Arctic Survey (SAS) - Update and Upcoming Activities

2:00 (Room 2): TH03 Seeking Community Input for the Oceans and Marine Resources Chapter of the 5th National Climate Assessment

2:00 pm (Room 4): TH48 Bio-GO-SHIP: Sustained Global Scale Biological Observations

2:00 pm (Room 1): TH63 What’s New at NSF –Funding to Increase the Impact of Your Ideas and Research

3:00 pm (Room 1): TH38 FAIR data solutions to support a global observing system of marine ecological time series

3:00 pm (Room 5): TH07 Joint Town Hall for NASA Hyperspectral Aquatic Missions PACE, GLIMR and SBG



10:00 am (Room 2): TH40 Synthesis of Nitrification and Nitrifiers Observations in the Global Ocean

11:00 am (Room 4): TH30 TOS JEDI Committee Town Hall: Building Support for JEDI Efforts from Individuals to Institutions

12:00 pm (Room 3): TH08 Ocean Observatories Initiative Facility Board (OOIFB) Town Hall

11:00 am (Room 2): TH33 Accessing and utilizing the GEOTRACES 2021 Intermediate Data Product (IDP2021)

12:00 pm (Room 4): TH41 Unlearning Racism in Geoscience (URGE): Progress Towards Anti-Racism Practices in Ocean Sciences and Future

2:00 pm (Room 1): TH09 Regional Class Research Vessels: Report on Construction and Future Operations

2:00 pm (Room 2): TH47 Towards Community Standards of Practice in the Use of Variable Chlorophyll Fluorescence for Phytoplankton Productivity and Photo-Physiological Measurements

2:00 pm (Room 3): TH54 AtlantOS Program: Basin Scale Perspectives on Atlantic Ocean Observing

2:00 pm (Room 4): TH56 Creating a Deeper Understanding of the Oceans and Great Lakes: Indigenous and non-Indigenous Cooperation, Approaches, and Methods

3:00 pm (Room 4): TH28 Turbulent Seas – Addressing Caregiving Challenges in Ocean Science Careers

3:00 pm (Room 3): TH46 The Global Ocean Observing System (GOOS): Past, Present, and Future

OSM22 Sessions from ongoing OCB and partner activities  

ME03 Mixotrophs and Mixotrophy: Driving the Direction of Future Research

Session 1: 11:30 AM, 2/28/2022, Room 01

Session 2: 12:30 pm, 2/28/2022, Room 01


OB09 Quantifying the Ocean Carbon Sink

Session 1: 9:00 AM, 3/3/2022, Room 13

Session 2: 10:00 AM, 3/3/2022, Room 13

Session 3: 11:30 AM, 3/4/2022, Room 02

Session 4: 12:30 PM, 3/4/2022, Room 02

Session 5: 2:30 PM, 3/4/2022, Room 02


OB20 Towards BioGeoSCAPES: Linking cellular metabolism with ocean biogeochemistry 

Session 1: 9:00 AM, 2/28/2022, Room 02

Session 2: 10:00 AM, 2/28/2022, Room 02

Session 3: 11:30 AM, 2/28/2022, Room 02

Session 4: 11:30 AM, 3/4/2022, Room 13

Session 5: 12:30 PM, 3/4/2022, Room 13


CT06 Marine Carbonate System Measurements and Intercomparability

Session 1: 11:30 AM, 2/28/2022, Room 11

Session 2: 12:30 PM, 2/28/2022, Room 11


CB06 Going to the extreme: Biogeochemical responses of coastal ecosystems to storms and fires

Session 1: 5:00 PM, 3/1/2022, Room 06

Session 2: 6:00 PM, 3/1/2022, Room 06


OC21 GO-SHIP: Integrating physical, chemical, and biological oceanography using Global Repeat Hydrographic Surveys 

Session: 2:30 PM, 3/2/2022, Room 04

Seawater DI14C comparison exercise  

To all Researchers Measuring DI14C in Seawater:

Participants at the recent Carbon Isotope in the Ocean Workshop recognized the immediate need for a seawater DI14C comparison exercise. We are starting to organize this effort and need to find out how many laboratories would like to be involved. If you are interested, please fill out the form by February 4 at

Ann McNichol (WHOI), Roberta Hansman (WHOI/NOSAMS), Robert Key (Princeton Univ), Rolf Sonnerup (Univ Washington)

Mixotrophs and mixotrophy WG meeting on ‘Omics
The next working group meeting will take place on Monday, February 14, 11:00-12:30 EST. The meeting is open to all who are interested. Confirmed speakers: Dr. Sophie Charvet from the American Museum of Natural History, New York City and Dr. Susanne Wilken from the University of Amsterdam REGISTER
To learn more about this working group, visit their web page.

US SOLAS Science Plan release 
In October 2019, OCB convened a workshop for US-based scientists working at the air-sea interface to identify research priorities and facilitate the communication and collaboration required for future significant research advances. Leadership for this workshop was provided by the Ocean Atmosphere Interaction Committee (OAIC). Emerging from the discussions at the workshop is a new US SOLAS Science Plan to help coalesce the air-sea interaction research community around a common set of science goals and research priorities and foster a more cohesive US contribution to international SOLAS.

Download the US SOLAS Science plan

Stanley, R, T Bell, Y Gao, C Gaston, D Ho, D Kieber, K Mackey, N Meskhidze, B Miller, H Potter, P Vlahos, P Yager, B Alexander, S Beaupre, S Craig, G Cutter, S Emerson, A Frossard, S Gasso, B Haus, W Keene, W Landing, R Moore, D Ortiz-Suslow, J Palter, F Paulot, E Saltzman, D Thornton, A Wozniak, L Zamora, H Benway. 2021. US SOLAS Science Report. 62pp. DOI 10.1575/1912/27821

Ocean Observatories Initiative (OOI) Biogeochemical Sensor Data Working Group Update
The OOI Biogeochemical Sensor Data Working Group was recently established to develop guidelines and best practices for using OOI biogeochemical sensor data in order to broaden users and applications of these data and build community capacity to produce analysis-ready data products. The working group has been convening regular virtual meetings since July 2021, and members are currently developing explicit recommendations for four sensor subgroups: Dissolved oxygen, inorganic carbon parameters, biooptics, and nitrate. These recommendations will be reviewed and shared more broadly in 2022. In early spring 2022, we will circulate an application to identify ~15-20 current or prospective OOI biogeochemical sensor data users (in addition to the working group members) to join a workshop in Woods Hole on June 16-18, 2022, which is the week before the annual Ocean Carbon & Biogeochemistry (OCB) summer workshop. We will continue to share information about this Working Group and its products and activities via OCB and OOI communication channels and platforms. The Working Group leaders will also present an update on products and progress at the upcoming OOIFB Town Hall Meeting at OSM22 on Feb. 25 at 12 pm EST (Room 3)).

Abstracts due 1/21: Daily to Decadal Ecological Forecasting along North American Coastlines Workshop 

Daily to Decadal Ecological Forecasting along North American Coastlines Workshop, a joint workshop between OCB and US CLIVAR will take place April 12-14, 2022. Currently the plan is to host the workshop in person in Woods Hole, MA with virtual participation options. Abstract submission is open until January 21.
The agenda is now available on the workshop website.
Watch the recording from the workshop webinar: The Olympic Coast as a sentinel: Integrated social-ecological vulnerability assessment and co-developing ocean resource management tools with tribal and state managers with Dr Simone Alin (NOAA PMEL)

Call for abstracts - OCB webinar series  
OCB is seeking abstracts for the next set of OCB webinars (20 minute talks with Q&A) - submit your abstract here.

Newly Funded OCB Activities for 2022

Training activity
What’s behind the curtain of the NASA Plankton, Aerosol, Cloud, ocean Ecosystem (PACE) mission? (PIs: J. Werdell, B. Cairns, I. Cetinić, A. Mannino, V. Martins, L. Remer, P. Zhai)

Workshop & working group
Problem solving in marine carbon dioxide removal (mCDR): Identifying important questions and capabilities for studying new human perturbations to the ocean carbon system (PIs: J. Cross, L. Bach, J. Palter, C. Reimers, M. Long, P. Rafter)

Building a cost-effective coastal biogeochemical observing network in collaboration with the commercial fishing community (PIs: Z. A. Wang, J. Rheuban, G. Gawarkiewicz, J. Manning, E. Pelletier; C. Van Vranken, D. Bethoney)

OCB Fish, Fisheries and Carbon workshop: An emerging research direction in the ocean biological carbon sink (PIs: E. Cavan, G. Saba, R. Sumaila, S. Hill) - virtual

C-SAW: Time domain controls on carbon storage, release, and transformation in coastal and estuarine waters following extreme events (PI: C. Osburn)
Community Announcements

Congratulations to the 2021 ASLO fellows, including founding OCB SSC chair Scott Doney!

The nomination cycle for 2022 AGU Union awards, medals, and prizes is now open until 1 April at 23:59 ET. Nominate a colleague, peer or student today.

Opinion piece by Dr Ken Buesseler on ocean CDR: The power of the ocean




Please join USGCRP and authors of the Fifth National Climate Assessment for a series of free public workshops in January and February of 2022. Your input will help determine the topics covered in each NCA5 chapter. Register

Public Comment on the Annotated Outline of the Fifth National Climate Assessment

Review opportunities for IPCC AR6 Synthesis Report
OOIFB Data Systems Committee has been hard at work developing and evaluating the new OOI data system, Data Explorer. Please fill out a survey by January 28 to tell us about your use of Data Explorer and how we are meeting your data needs.

U.S. Carbon Program Leadership Award for North American Carbon Science Community Engagement, Communication and Collaborations - rolling submissions

2022 Call for SCOR working groups is now open! Submit a proposal before 30 April 2022



Apply by February 28 for the 2022 IOCCG Summer Lecture Series on Frontiers in Ocean Optics and Ocean Colour Science, 18-29 July 2022 at Laboratoire d’Océanographie de Villefranche in France
Oceanography inaugural supplement on ocean observing: "Frontiers in Ocean Observing: Documenting Ecosystems, Understanding Environmental Changes, Forecasting Hazards"

US CLIVAR 2022 winter edition of Variations themed "Improving the value of climate data and models for assessing climate impacts and policies," with guest editors John Nielsen-Gammon (Texas A&M University) and Mona Behl (University of Georgia and American Meteorological Society Policy Program).

The registration for the 2022 Gordon Research Seminar on Ocean Biogeochemistry is open.

Our ocean is changing on multiple scales with increasing human-induced perturbation. Complex biogeochemical processes drive the ocean dynamics and are vital for ecosystem resilience. The 2022 Ocean Biogeochemistry GRS seeks fundamental and interdisciplinary biogeochemical research that are critical to foster a holistic understanding of our past, present and future oceans.

Funding opportunities: There is a limited number to grants available for PhD students and early carrier scientist. We encourage especially participants from Brazil, Russia, India, China, South Africa, Japan and the USA to apply.
Education & Outreach

Build Your Own PACE! The Plankton, Aerosol, Cloud, ocean Ecosystem (PACE) spacecraft is designed to provide new insight into Earth's ocean and atmosphere.
See the variety of science profile sketch series of I Was a Kid - created to help kids today expand their possibilities by tracing the paths of all kinds of people working in science in all kinds of ways.
Radically Expand Coastal Ocean Research through Sensors - Dr Robinson Fulweiler - TEDxBoston
Carlos M. Duarte at TEDMonterey: The unexpected, underwater plant fighting climate change
Antarctic Log is a series of comics by Karen Romano Young
For the first time in 360-degrees, this data visualization takes you inside hurricane Maria, by NASA's Goddard Space Flight Center
NASA and Hurricanes: Five Fast Facts

Special Report: Find out why HABS are a growing concern to WHOI scientists
New Jobs & Postdocs  
Student Opportunities
New Funding Opportunities
Larry P. Atkinson Travel Fellowship for Students and Early Career Scientists

Call for IASC Cross-Cutting and Working Group Proposals 2022

DOE Scientific Discovery through Advanced Computing (SciDAC): Partnership in Earth System Model Development (pre-proposals due Jan. 13, full applications due April 11): 
New NSF program for biology, BIO-LEAPS: aims to advance diversity, equity, & inclusion in the biological sciences by leveraging the leadership, broad reach, and unique ability of professional societies to create culture change in the life sciences. 
NSF Mid-Career Advancement (proposals due Feb. 7)

NSF DEB monthly Virtual Office Hours - second Monday 1-2pm ET Register
2/14 – How to Write a Great Review                         
3/14 – Crossing Divisions in Biology – Opportunities in other NSF/BIO Programs (IOS, MCB, DBI)
4/11 – Research at Primarily Undergraduate Institutions                     
5/9 – CAREER Solicitation               
6/13 – You've Been Awarded an NSF Grant, Now What? 

NSF Scholarships in STEM (proposals due Feb 22)

NSF Navigating the New Arctic (proposal deadline: Feb. 16, 2022)

Cyberinfrastructure for the Geosciences - open

NSF Oceanographic Technology and Interdisciplinary Coordination (OTIC) (proposals due Feb. 15, 2022)

Full list of upcoming NSF proposal deadlines

Dr. Katherine Calvin is NASA's new chief scientist and senior climate advisor

FINESST solicitation due Feb. 11, 2022. This is a great opportunity for student support.
1) The Personal Statement is now replaced with Research Readiness Statement
2) the award amount per 12-month is now $50K (instead of $45K) and up to $150K total for a period of performance maximum of up to 36 months.
Contact FINESST Program Scientists in Earth Science, Allison Leidner and Amy Chen

Topical Workshops, Symposia, and Conferences (proposals due May 13, 2022)

Engagement Opportunities in NASA STEM 2022 (EONS–2022)
Appendix J: MAIANSE CONNECTing Indigenous Culture and Science through Co-design of STEM Ecosystems (MAIANSE CONNECT) – Proposals due Tuesday, February 15, 2022 at 11:59pm Eastern Time

NASA is currently seeking mail-in and virtual panel reviewers for proposals submitted to the NASA Terrestrial Ecology: Arctic-Boreal Vulnerability Experiment (ABoVE) Phase 3 solicitation.

Research Opportunities in Space and Earth Sciences 2021 (ROSES-2021)

NOAA Ocean Acidification Program education mini-grant initiative

NOAA Ocean Acidification Program Pacific Islands Ocean Acidification Masters Student Fellowship

NOAA Climate Program Office is awarding $171 million, the highest 5-year investment in the program’s history, to support 72 innovative projects that will improve our nation’s resilience in the fight against the climate crisis.
$100 million USD X Prize for carbon removal
NWFSC Monster Seminar Jam - The NWFSC's science seminar series features weekly presentations from our scientists and colleagues.
January 24-27: Fifth Trait-Based Approaches to Ocean Life Workshop (Knoxville, TN) (OCB to co-sponsor)

January 26: Global Ocean Oxygen Network (IOC Expert Working Group GO2NE) webinar  on ocean deoxygenation (15:00-16:00 UTC) with Niels van Helmond (Utrecht University, the Netherlands) on "Sedimentary trace metals: a powerful indicator for bottom water redox conditions," and Laura Bristow (University of Southern Denmark, Denmark) on "Nitrogen cycling in anoxic waters: oxygen contamination and the need for in situ measurements." REGISTER (see past webinar recordings here)

January 28, 1:30-3:00pm ET/12:30-2:00pm CT/1:30-1:00pm MT/10:30-12:00pm PT: Navigating the NSF System Workshop (virtual) To attend, please fill out BOTH of the following forms for security reasons: Google Form sign-up and register for Zoom.

February 7, 10, 11, 1-4pm ET: Machine Learning and Artificial Intelligence to Advance Earth System Science: Opportunities and Challenges – A Workshop REGISTER

February 14-16: International Ocean Data Conference 2022 - The Data We Need for the Ocean We Want 

February 14-18: Ocean Carbon From Space Workshop - 2nd Workshop in the Colour and Light in the ocean from Earth Observation (CLEO) Series

February 27-March 4: 2022 Ocean Sciences Meeting (virtual) - registration is open

March 14-15, 1:00pm to 5:00pm ET: Marine Biological Data Mobilization Workshop (virtual, register by January 30)
- jointly hosted by CIOOSIOOSMBONOBIS-USA, and OTN and provides a Contribution to the UN Decade on Ocean Science for Sustainable Development and the Marine Life 2030 Decade Action. You do not need to be registered for Ocean Sciences to attend this workshop.
This workshop is intended to be a hands-on, virtual workshop focused on mobilizing marine biological observation datasets to the Ocean Biodiversity Information System (OBIS) by helping data providers standardize their data using Darwin Core including species observations from any type of sampling methodologies (e.g. visual surveys, net tows, microscopy, fish trawls, imaging, `omics, acoustics, telemetry).

March 14-18, 2022: International Indian Ocean Science Conference (Goa, India). Hybrid format

March 14-19: Basic training course on ocean acidification at The Kristineberg Marine Research Station, University of Gothenburg, Sweden. Deadline to apply 24 January 2022

March 16-19, 2022: ProSynFest2020: Celebrating the decades of research since the discovery of Prochlorococcus and Synechococcus (Córdoba, Spain)

April 3-9: European Geophysical Union (EGU) General Assembly 2022 (virtual)
OCB-relevant Southern Ocean sessions: OS1.10 The Southern Ocean in a changing climate: open-ocean physical and biogeochemical processes and OS1.11 Under cover: The Southern Ocean’s connection to sea ice and ice shelves

*April 12-14: Ecological Forecasting Workshop (Joint OCB-US CLIVAR) (joint scoping workshop with US CLIVAR) (Woods Hole, MA) Abstract submission open until January 21

April: NISAR Science Community Workshop (Pasadena, CA) POSTPONED

April 30-May 1: Gordon Research Seminar on Ocean Biogeochemistry - There is a limited number to grants available for PhD students and early career scientist. We encourage especially participants from Brazil, Russia, India, China, South Africa, Japan and the USA to apply.

May 1-6: Gordon Research Conference on Ocean Biogeochemistry (Castelldefels, Spain)
There is a limited number to grants available for PhD students and early carrier scientist. We encourage especially participants from Brazil, Russia, India, China, South Africa, Japan and the USA to apply.

May 9-12: Fourth ICES PICES Early Career Scientist Conference: Ocean sciences for the future we want (St. John’s, Newfoundland, Canada)

May 16-18: US CLIVAR Workshop on Future US Earth System Reanalysis - also a series of community webinars leading up to the workshop to elucidate scientific and technological drivers for the next generation of the Earth system reanalysis Abstracts open

May 16-20: 53rd Ocean Liege Colloquium GO2NE Global Ocean Oxygen Network Low oxygen environments in marine and coastal waters: Causes, consequences and solutions
Call for travel grants application open!
COVID RELATED INFORMATION: We are really privileging an in-person meeting to favor interactions and engagement during dedicated events. In case the sanitary conditions do not really improve within the next weeks compromising the safe travelling to Liège from all around the world, the colloquium will be postponed to September 5-9th 2022 . The final decision will be taken by February 11th. The colloquium will be in a hybrid format. Deadline for abstract submission is extended to January 31th 2022.

May 17-20: 8th International Symposium on Gas Transfer at Water Surfaces (Plymouth, UK) (hybrid event)

May 23-27: Living Planet Symposium 2022, organized by the European Space Agency (ESA) (Bonn, Germany). This symposium focuses on how Earth observation contributes to science and society, and how disruptive technologies and actors are changing the traditional Earth observation landscape, which is also creating new opportunities for public and private sector interactions. Deadlines: abstracts 26 November 2021, registration 30 April 2022

June 7-9: Save the Date: OOI Community Workshop Focused on the Northeast Pacific OOI Arrays:  Regional Cabled, Endurance, and Station Papa (Portland, Oregon)

June 16-18: OOI Biogeochemical Sensor Data Users Workshop (Woods Hole, MA)

June 13-17: Graduate Course on Speciation and Bioavailability of Metals, Organics, and Nanoparticles: A new edition of the postdoctoral course on Speciation and Bioavailability for PhD students and postdocs who are entering the field or want to deepen their knowledge of the subject

*June 20-23: OCB2022 Summer Workshop (Woods Hole, MA)

September 12-13: SAVE THE DATE Royal Society discussion meeting on 'Marine Microbes in a Changing Environment' to be held in the UK (precise location TBD)

September 13-16: 5th International symposium on the ocean in a high CO2 world (Lima, Perú)

September 13-15: Integrated Carbon Observation System (ICOS) Science Conference (Utrecht, Netherlands)

September 22-24: Maria Mitchell Women of Science Symposium

September 25-30: SOLAS Open Science Conference 2022

September 26-30: Metrology for Climate Action Workshop 2022 

October 2-7: OCEAN OPTICS XXV (Quy Nhon, Binh Dinh, Vietnam)

November 7-11: Small Pelagic Fish Symposium (Lisbon, Portugal)
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