We are pleased to inform all ATTO researchers that this year, we hold our annual workshop again in person this year. Like in 2019, the INPA in Manaus will be our host. The workshop will take place October 3 – 6, with the option for an overnight excursion to ATTO the following day. Registration is now open.
Rio de Janeiro’s science museum, the Museu do Amanhã (Museum of tomorrow) currently presents a special exhibition on the Amazon. Titled “Fruturos – Tempos Amazônicos”. The exhibition will be open to visitors until June 12, 2022, and includes an immersive ATTO experience.
On Nov 3rd at 3 pm the Embassy of Brazil in Berlin and the ATTO project host a public hybrid event as part of the Berlin Science Week. Several project members will share insights into our research in the Amazon rainforest.
Dear ATTO researchers, please save the week of October 4 -8, 2021 for the ATTO workshop. We will meet virtually over 3-5 half days (Brazilian mornings/German afternoons). The focus of the workshop will be on poster presentations and discussion groups.
We are happy to announce that we will once again convene a session on Amazon Rainforest research at the EGU General Assembly 2021. The session is titled “The Amazon – a biome of global significance in transition”. Just in time for the call for abstracts, the EGU has announced, that the General Assembly 2021, traditionally held each spring in Vienna, Austria, will instead take place entirely online once more.