July 2023 Newsletter

There is still time to recognize a colleague!

Do you know a scientist who has made significant contributions to the fields of global biogeochemistry and/or marine geochemistry through novel measurements? If so, nominations are still being accepted for the Reeburgh Lecture! The deadline for nominations is 1 July 2023.  For more information: 

William S. and Carelyn Y. Reeburgh Lecture
This is an easy nomination process. The nomination packet includes a (1) cover letter, (2) CV for the nominee, and (3) one letter of additional support. Each document should be no more than 2 pages in length. You can email the nomination documents directly to the Section President (Colleen Hansel) and President-Elect (Emily Bernhardt). 

Have any questions? Feel free to email Colleen (chansel@whoi.edu) for more information.
Make your voice heard!

Intervention strategies are gaining momentum as society assesses options for managing and abating the impacts of climate change. In 2022, AGU put together a plan to develop an Ethical Framework for Climate Invention Research to serve as a code of conduct to guide the research, potential scaling, and possible deployment of climate intervention measures that may be needed in addition to emissions reduction. A draft of the Ethical Framework Principles is available for comment until 15 August 2023.
#AGU23 Abstracts

Yes, it is only Spring, but #AGU23 will be here before you know it! The abstract submission window opens 14 June and ends 2 August so mark your calendars.
Join the AGU Biogeosciences team as a Junior Web Master!

AGU Biogeosciences is looking for a Junior Webmaster to join the Executive Committee of the Biogeosciences section to assist the Senior Webmaster with developing and maintaining the section’s website hosted on the AGU Connect platform.

The junior webmaster position is an excellent opportunity to get involved with the Biogeosciences section committees, fall meeting planning, and a wide array of section events. This position provides a unique opportunity to network with scientists around the world while giving back to the AGU science community and improving your science communication skills.

If interested in learning more about the Junior Webmaster position, please contact:

Derek Pierson (derek.pierson@usda.gov)
Acting Webmaster

Colleen Hansel (chansel@whoi.edu)
Acting Section President

Colleen Hansel, Section President
Tana Wood, Section Secretary
Emily Bernhardt, Section President-Elect
Margaret Torn, Section Past President
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