The annual JULES meeting. Always a good time – and lots of moves by the community to make JULES more useable and robust. 🙂
Workshop: “Global Biodiversity Modelling – ISIMIP/ISIPEDIA Biodiversity Sector Meeting” – 16-18 May in Frankfurt. An invitation only workshop on biodiversity modelling, where I represented JEDI-DGVM.
Talk on Effects of Different Modelling Approaches to Biological Nitrogen Fixation in IE2.9/BG1.5/CL3.07/SSS13.73 – Nitrogen-transformation processes in terrestrial and aquatic ecosystems under global change.
This was an invited talk on Effects of Land Cover Changes over the Last Glacial-interglacial cycle in BG2.19/CL2.17 – Land use and land cover change effects on surface biogeophysics, biogeochemistry and climate.
CRESCENDO is the European project I’m employed on, and aims to improve earth system models. The GA was an opportunity to catch up with colleagues and discuss progress. I gave a science talk about my nitrogen fertilisation work, which stimulated a good bit of debate. 😉
iLeaps (Integrated Land Ecosystem-Atmosphere Process Study) have a conference every four years, so it’s an opportunity not to be missed. I gave a talk on Climate Engineering with Nitrogen fertilisation, which has generated a good bit of discussion. I also caught up with a lot of colleagues from CEH and the Met Office and other …
Glaciers, Nitrogen and climate change
As ever, a fun couple of days hearing about the work being done with and on JULES. I gave a talk about my work with the Nitrogen cycle, in particular the 21st Century ‘geoengineered’ runs.
A meeting at Exeter Uni to discuss the future of the vegetation component/s of JULES. Interesting to see all the developments being made, and to discuss possible advancements.
Kerry came to UoE to help us with using JULES via ROSE on Jasmin. There was a certificate and snacks and everything.