Carbon Digest #15: Call for CDR session abstracts, announcing first U.S. Carbon Program Leadership Awardees, apply for carbon workshops

July 18, 2022

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 Carbon Digest #15: Call for CDR session abstracts, announcing first U.S. Carbon Program Leadership Awardees,  apply for carbon workshops

July 2022

The last few months have been full of opportunities for planning and implementing exciting activities to support and spearhead the mission of the U.S. Carbon Cycle Science Program in collaboration with colleagues across the science community. This Carbon Digest spotlights some of them as well as some upcoming ones. We hope to be able to interact and work with you soon via those and other various platforms in the coming months. In this Carbon Digest, we also highlight some of the initial awardees of the US Carbon Program Leadership Award from the North American Carbon community. We are appreciative of everyone who has applied as well as those who have supported this effort to inclusively promote the collaboration and communication opportunities of early career and/or under-represented students, scientists and practitioners across our multi-disciplinary carbon world. Thank you for your continued engagement and help, as always.

Gyami Shrestha, Ph.D., Director, U.S. Carbon Cycle Science Program Office, Washington, D.C., USA (ancestral lands of the Anacostans, Piscataway, Pamunkey, Nentego, Mattaponi, Chickahominy, Monacan, Powhatan peoples)

In this Carbon Digest: 


Submit your AGU Abstract: Science-based Carbon Removal Strategies, Monitoring, Measurements, Reporting and Verification (deadline August 3)


Express your Interest: U.S. Carbon Program/NACP Community Workshop on Carbon Dioxide Removal (CDR) (deadline August 5) 


Apply: OCB Workshop Marine Carbon Dioxide Removal: Essential Science and Problem Solving for Measurement, Reporting, and Verification


Phase 2 Call for Applications: U.S. Carbon Program Leadership Award for North American Carbon Science Community


Announcing first set of Leadership Award Recipients


Call for Nominations, Fifth National Climate Assessment Review Committee


DOE Carbon Negative Shot Summit


AGU 2022 Carbon Cycle Sessions of Interest for Abstract Submissions

Apply: C-saw Time domain controls on carbon storage, release, and transformation in coastal and estuarine waters following extreme events. An OCB Scoping Workshop

Development of a Framework for Evaluating Global Greenhouse Gas Emissions Information for Decision Making: A Workshop (Recording)


Who are we?


Established in 1999, theU.S. Carbon Cycle Science Program (US CCSP) Office, in conjunction with theCarbon Cycle Interagency Working Group (CCIWG), coordinates and facilitates the activities for the U.S. Carbon Cycle Science Program relative to global change issues. Our mission is, to coordinate and facilitate federally funded carbon cycle research, and provide leadership to the USGCRP on carbon cycle science priorities.


The U.S. Carbon Cycle Science Program Office is supported directly by the Carbon Cycle Interagency Working Group (CCIWG) through NOAA's Climate Adaptation and Mitigation Program administered by UCAR CPAESS.