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(Unless otherwise noted, all news pieces were written by Gyami Shrestha.)

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December, 2020

*Input contributed by Ben Poulter (NASA Goddard), with excerpts cross-posted from and*

*Dec 5, 2020 Update*

Please join us online during the December 2020 American Geophysical Union (AGU) Annual Meeting. Please see the details of our sessions and town hall below.

Carbon Cycle Science Community April 2018

November, 2020

Hundreds of U.S. and international carbon cycle scientists discussed research on CO2, water, and energy fluxes in North, Central and South America during the 2020 Annual Ameriflux Meeting in October 2020.

The White House Office of Science and Technology Policy (OSTP) ’s Fast-Track Action Committee (FTAC) on Earth System Predictability (ESP) released a roadmap on Earth System Predictability.

In this issue:
Who are we and what are we planning? Come meet with us @AGU in December.
Nominate yourself for the U.S. National Climate Assessment - Deadline Nov 14
Thoughts on Virtual Meetings: AmeriFlux Annual Meeting Summary by Dr. Trevor Keenan
Reflections on First NASEM Ocean Carbon Dioxide Removal Committee meeting by Dr. Scott Doney
Overview of Community Climate Interventions Strategy (CCIS) Workshop
Virginia Tech University's State of the Carbon Cycle Class by Dr. Brian Strahm
Research Informing Decisions (SOCCR2): Carbon Observations and Measurements
Save the Date: Open Science Meeting of North American Carbon Program
News, Opportunities, Partnerships
Helpful links

October, 2020

September, 2020

Remembering Dr. Ken Mooney
Save the Date: Open Science Meeting of the North American Carbon Program
Trillion Trees: U.S. Forests' Carbon Sequestration Potential (SOCCR2 Lead Author Spotlight, Dr. Grant Domke)
Research Informing Decisions (SOCCR2): Forests
News, Opportunities, Partnerships
Helpful links

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Dr. Ken Mooney (NOAA) passed away suddenly in August 2020. Dr. Mooney was a beloved member, colleague and friend of the U.S. Carbon Cycle Science Program and Carbon Cycle Interagency Working Group (CCIWG).

Photo of Ken

August, 2020