Applications for in-person participation will be accepted on a first-come first-served basis through April 9th, or until the workshop is full.
This workshop will bring together a diverse community of scientists with wide-ranging expertise in the geochemistry, biogeochemistry and sedimentology of terrestrial surface waters. The overall goal is to define the most critical, widespread cyberinfrastructure and data management needs shared by this community, to guide the development of the US National Science Foundation (NSF) EarthCube cyberinfrastructure initiative and help define strategies that cross disciplinary barriers. These needs will encompass experimental, in-situ, geospatial and modeling data; and quantitative analytical and scaling approaches that enable integration of observations and process rates along flow paths across a range of temporal and spatial scales, from the sediment water interface to entire fluvial systems.
Emilio Mayorga (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Albert Kettner (email@example.com).
Anthony Aufdenkampe, Stroud Water Research Center
Anne Carey, The Ohio State University
Basil Gomez, University of Hawaii at Manoa, and State of Hawaii Commission on Water Resource Management
Laodong Guo, University of Wisconsin Milwaukee
Sherri Johnson, Oregon State University and US Forest Service
Albert Kettner, University of Colorado
Emilio Mayorga, University of Washington
Bernhard Peucker-Ehrenbrink, Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution
Peter Raymond, Yale University