this is to let you know that the NitroEurope IP has been completed. The final reporting has been accepted by the European Commission and the final payment has reached all Partners.
Thank you for your cooperation over the last few years.
The special issue Nitrogen & Global Change in Biogeosciences (http://www.biogeosciences.net/special_issue93.html) is coming along nicely, with 14 papers already published in BG and more in review and planned for submission. We anticipate a total volume of more than 40-50 papers once all submissions have gone through peer review and have been thoroughly evaluated.
The final deadline for this special issue is April 30, 2012. After this date, we cannot accept further submissions.
The European Nitrogen Assessment (ENA) has been launched at the Nitrogen & Global Change event in Edinburgh today. You can watch a short video about the ENA on YouTube here and read more on the ENA on the ESF-NinE website.
In April 2013, the InGOS project offers a N2O skills workshop at the Technical University of Denmark. We invite 10 master or Ph.D. students from Eastern Europe or developing countries to participate. This workshop might be relevant for you if you are about to start a master or Ph.D. project, where you will measure soil-atmospheric exchange of N2O in the field using manual gas sampling in static gas-flux chambers.
All information and online application is available at http://www.ingos-infrastructure.eu/?page_id=1771.
The deadline for applying is 9 January 2013.
AGU 2012 Fall Meeting, San Francisco, December 3-7
Royal Society Publishing has just published
Nitrous oxide: the forgotten greenhouse gas
organized and edited by AJ Thomson, E Baggs and DJ Richardson. See here for further details or you can go straight to the issue contents at
http://rstb.royalsocietypublishing.org/content/367/1593 The print issue is available at the special price of £47.50 by contacting