News

2022-02-15

The 5th ICOS Science Conference will run from 13-15 September 2022. It will be organised in Utrecht (TivoliVredenburg event venue) and online around the world. The overall, overarching theme of…

2022-01-13

On the occasion of the 25 anniversary of the eddy covariance measurements in Davos, our research station was visited by a film crew. The camera equipment was reduced to the minimum in order to…

2021-12-21

Mana Gharun (researcher at ETH Zurich) cordially invites you to submit abstracts to the EGU session “New methods for bridging understanding of carbon and water fluxes from leaf to continents”.…

2021-12-09

A recently published study lead by Sophia Etzold (ICOS-CH scientist at WSL) shows that only a small part of the vegetation period is used for annual growth, hence trees only grow on a few days per…

2021-11-18

As every year, members of the ICOS-CH consortium are contributing to this year's Swiss Geoscience Meeting. The session "Atmospheric Composition and Biosphere-Atmosphere Interactions" (Session 17)…

2021-11-02

A recent article in The Bulletin of American Meteorological Society (BAMS) describes for the first time the structure and functioning of the Integrated Carbon Observation System (ICOS) Research…

2021-09-23

On 22 September, this year's ICOS-CH Annual Meeting has taken place successfully at ETH Zurich. Preparing the meeting needed quite some extra effort and back and forth thinking due to COVID-19…

2021-09-13

We are very much looking forward to this year's ICOS-CH Annual Meeting to update each other on ICOS-CH facts and science. The ICOS-CH consortium will meet for an on-site meeting for the first time…

2021-08-26

On 24 August, Mana Gharun (ICOS-CH Postdoctoral researcher at ETH Zurich) and Werner Eugster (ETH Zurich) took the participants of the Summer School FORMON - Long-​term Forest Monitoring on an…

2021-07-01

Today, ICOS Switzerland enters its new project phase! Funding by SNF (ICOS-CH Phase 3, 2021-2025) and in-house contributions will ensure continued measurements at the two ICOS Class 1 stations…