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Participants specializing in various disciplines, often from the natural and social science fields, are invited to attend these events. Public Lectures held during the workshops are open to the public. If you are interested in learning more please contact us
November 08, 2020 to November 13, 2020Science Session
Sponsoring Actionable ScienceFebruary 28, 2020
How can science funders support work that fulfills public needs and expectations? In this recent article in Environmental Sustainability AGCI's James Arnott joins Christine Kirchhoff, Ryan Meyer, Alison Meadow, and Angela Bednarek in considering best approaches.
Why Diversity and Inclusion at Conferences MatterFebruary 28, 2020
DEI best practices are a topic frequently in the news: why should this matter to conference organizers? Rebecca Haacker, AGCI's Emily Jack-Scott, and Deb Morrison discuss in this latest article in Chemistry World.
AGU Eos Article Highlights the Idea of Inclusive MeetingsJanuary 11, 2020
What actions can meeting organizers make to help ensure that their workshops are inclusive? AGCI's Emily Jack Scott co-authored a paper in AGU EOS to explore that question, with co-authors AJ Lauer, Wendy Gram, Alycia Crall, Carrie Diaz Eaton, Rebecca Haacker, Emily Jack-Scott, Angeline Pendergrass, and Kaitlin Stack Whitney. To learn more about the workshop that inspired the paper, check out AGCI's workshop on "Being the Change in Global Change: Creating a Culture of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion".
A Look at Local Aspen TreesJanuary 07, 2020
Are aspen trees in the Roaring Fork Valley heading for a decline? Reporter Elizabeth Stewart-Sevrey discusses potential climate impacts to these iconic trees, with insight from scientific research.
AGCI Publishes in Water Resources ResearchApril 18, 2019
Soil moisture is a critical component when researching how climate change is impacting mountain hydrology and ecology. In our recently published paper in Water Resources Research, we explain AGCI's role in providing basline data for how we collect and share soil moisture and weather observations.
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