The AGU Fall Meeting 2018 is approaching fast. Before you all finish up your schedules, we want to draw your attention to the presentations from our ATTO team!
Tuesday, 11 December
- Damien Guinoiseau will present a poster on “Dust source identification in the Amazon Basin combining chemical and isotopic approaches” (A21I-2817) in the morning poster session from 8:00 to 12:20 in the Poster Hall.
Wednesday, 12 December
- Santiago Botia will talk about “Tracking Nighttime Methane Signals at the Amazon Tall Tower Observatory (ATTO)” (B33A-04) at 14:25 – 14:40 in room 150B.
- Theotonio Pauliquevis will present a poster on “Viability Of Using Thermal Infrared Imagery To Obtain Cloud Properties In The Amazon Basin (ATTO Tower Site)” (A33H-2083) during the afternoon poster session from 13:40 – 18:00 in the Poster Hall.
Friday, 14 December
- Daniel Magnabosco Marra will talk about “Wind-tree interactions in the Amazon (INVENTA): disturbance dynamics and forest functioning” (B51C-04) at 08:36 – 08:48 in room 147B.
This year’s AGU Fall Meeting takes place from December 10 – 14 at the Convention Center in Washington D.C. Hope to see you all there! If you can’t make it to AGU, be sure to follow us on Social Media to get a glimpse into the conference and ATTO’s presence there.