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Environmental Sciences Division (ESD), Oak Ridge National Laboratory (ORNL) 
Description: The Environmental Sciences Division (ESD) of Oak Ridge National Laboratory (ORNL) is an interdisciplinary research and development organization with more than 30 years of achievement in local, national, and international environmental research. Scientists in ESD conduct research, develop technology, and perform analyses to understand and assess responses to global and regional change, environmental stress, and resource use. By expanding scientific knowledge and developing technological solutions, we strengthen the nation's leadership in addressing important environmental problems. We use our innovative research to meet sponsor needs and solve the most challenging environmental problems related to energy production and use and its impact on the environment. We share unique research facilities with scientific collaborators and integrate our field and laboratory research with new theory, modeling, and data systems.
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Physics and Astronomy - Utrecht University 
Description: Research takes place within the facultary research institute, in one of thirteen research programmes. These programmes are part of the research institute, and participate in science institutes and research schools that have been recognized by the Royal Netherlands Acadamy of Arts and Sciences (KNAW).
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Alfred Wegener Institute for Polar and Marine Research (AWI) 
Description: Polar and Marine research are central themes of Global system and Environmental Science. The Alfred Wegener Institute conducts research in the Arctic, the Antarctic and at temperate latitudes. It coordinates Polar research in Germany and provides both the necessary equipment and the essential logistic back up for polar expeditions. Recent additional research themes include North Sea Research, contributions to Marine Biological Monitoring, Marine Pollution Research, Investigation of naturally occuring marine substances and technical marine developments.†
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Atlantic Oceanographic and Meteorological Laboratory (AOML) 
Description: The Atlantic Oceanographic and Meteorological Laboratory (AOML) is one of the Oceanic and Atmospheric Research (OAR) Facilities of the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA). NOAA/AOML is a part of the US Department of Commerce (DOC) and is located in Miami, Florida. AOML's mission is to conduct basic and applied research in oceanography, tropical meteorology, atmospheric and oceanic chemistry, and acoustics. The research seeks to understand the physical characteristics and processes of the ocean and the atmosphere, both separately and as a coupled system.†
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Atmospheric and Oceanic Sciences Program at Princeton 
Description: We invite you to participate in Princetonís Atmospheric and Oceanic Sciences Program which offers a combination of courses and interdisciplinary research on a wide range of environmental topics related to weather and climate. Our interests cover natural and human-induced phenomena, from daily changes in the weather, to global warming over the next century (should the atmospheric concentration of greenhouse gases continue to rise), to the recurrent Ice Ages that our planet experienced in the distant past. Because of our close ties to the Geophysical Fluid Dynamics Laboratory of NOAA, our facilities include supercomputers for the realistic simulation of atmospheric and oceanic motion. Because we are part of the Department of Geosciences of Princeton University, some of our faculty members participate in field programs (in the tropical oceans, and in Antarctica for example), while others perform laboratory experiments to explore the bio-geochemistry that determines the fate of the carbon dioxide we are injecting into the atmosphere. Our association with Princetonís Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs enables us to participate in the design of policies to cope with regional and global environmental problems.
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Berkeley Atmospheric Sciences Center 
Description: Atmospheric science is therefore intrinsically interdisciplinary, with chemistry, physics, mathematics, biology, geology, and ecology all core disciplines. The Berkeley Atmospheric Sciences Center is a multi-college unit at UC Berkeley, with the goal to broaden the atmospheric sciences beyond its traditional boundaries to embrace the biogeochemical frontier and the human dimension. The Center facilitates communication and integration across these traditional boundaries. In doing so, we aim to define a new paradigm for investigating changes in the atmosphere by integrating the microscopic mechanisms of chemical, physical, and biological processes with large-scale ecological and geological interactions between the geosphere, biosphere, and oceans, and how these interactions alter atmospheric composition.
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Bermuda Biological Station for Research, Inc. 
Description: BBSR has been a noted resource for hands-on education for decades, with graduate, undergraduate and high school students coming from around the world to study at BBSR. Although BBSR is not a degree-granting institution, students participate in BBSR summer courses for credit from a number of prestigious institutions. Since 1997, BBSR has participated in collaborative semester sessions with accredited institutions. BBSR now has collaborative programs for undergraduate students with Duke University, the University of Rhode Island, and Roger Williams University. Students in the program offered with Duke University come from a number of institutions that participate in a marine science consortium.
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Biology in Colorado | Ecology and Evolutionary Biology, CU, Boulder 
Description: The importance of a broad undergraduate education in Biology cannot be overstated and our recent restructuring has put the department of EBIO in a unique position at CU to prepare students for advanced research in all aspects of Biology, as well as giving them a broad general undergraduate education. In the Letters section (here in PDF format, please scroll to page 3!) of the Nov 28th issue of Science a letter from the President of the National Academy of Sciences discusses this importance. The letter is based on a report called Bio 2010: Transforming Undergraduate Education for Future Research Biologists. This report was written at the request of the National Institute of Health and Howard Hughes Medical Institute and presents a recommendation for educating students interested in careers central to biomedical research. As the President quoted from the report
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Bjerknes Centre for Climate Research 
Description: The Bjerknes Centre for Climate Research (BCCR) is a joint climate research venture between the University of Bergen (UoB), the Institute of Marine Research (IMR) and the Nansen Environmental and Remote Sensing Center (NERSC). The BCCR integrates observationalists and modellers in a concerted interdisciplinary research effort with the ambition to be a world-class centre on studies of high-latitude climate change. The BCCR is the largest climate research group in Norway. In 2002 it was awarded the status of a national Center of Excellence by the Research Council of Norway.
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Botany & Microbiology at The University of Oklahoma 
Description: The Department of Botany and Microbiology is located in George Lynn Cross Hall -- a modern nine-story building on the Norman campus that contains teaching classrooms and laboratories, research laboratories, faculty, graduate student and supporting staff offices, a media preparation center, microbiology culture collection and stockroom. The department also operates two greenhouses and several field sites.
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     Talk History
Friday, September 30
· Discussion Panel
· Nitrogen Regulation of Carbon Sequestration in Terrestrial Ecosystems in Respons
· The Role of Water Relations in Driving Grassland Ecosystem Responses to Rising A
· Unraveling the Decline in High-latitude Surface Ocean Carbonate
Thursday, September 29
· Hazards of Temperature on Food Availability in Changing Environments (HOT-FACE)
· The Amazon and the Modern Carbon Cycle
· New Coupled Climate-carbon Simulations from the IPSL Model
· The Changing Carbon Cycle
· What are the Most Important Factors for Climate-carbon Cycle Coupling?
· CO2 Uptake of the Marine Biosphere
· European-wide Reduction in Primary Productivity Caused by the Heat and Drought i
· Persistence of Nitrogen Limitation over Terrestrial Carbon Uptake
· Atmospheric CO2, Carbon Isotopes, the Sun, and Climate Change over the Last Mill
· Proposing a Mechanistic Understanding of Atmospheric CO2 During the late Pleist
· Greenhouse Gas (CO2, CH4) and Climate Evolution since 650 kyrs Deduced from Anta
Wednesday, September 28
· (In and) Out of Africa: Estimating the Carbon Exchange of a Continent
· Recent Shifts in Soil Dynamics on Growing Season Length, Productivity, and...
· Interannual Variability in the Carbon Exchange Using an Ecosystem-fire Model
· Photosynthesis and Respiration in Forests in Response to Environmental Changes
· Seasonal and Interannual Variability in Net Ecosystem CO2 Exchange in Japan
· Estimating Landscape-level Carbon Fluxes from Tower CO2 Mixing Ratio Measurement
· Monitoring Effects in Climate and Fire Regime on Net Ecosystem Production
· Radiative Forcing from a Boreal Forest Fire
· The Influence of Soil and Water Management on Carbon Erosion and Burial
· Spatial and Temporal Patterns of CO2, CH4, and N2O Fluxes in Ecosystems
· Modeling the History of Terrestrial Carbon Sources and Sinks
· The Age of Carbon Respired from Terrestrial Ecosystems
· Discussion Panel
· The Underpinnings of Land Use History
Tuesday, September 27
· Regional CO2 Fluxes for North America Estimated from NOAA/CMDL Observatories

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