• Daily program of oral and poster presentations (updated 2017-06-05).
  • Book of abstracts (available in electronic Portable Document Format only).

    Invited speakers:

    • Dr. David Crisp,
      OCO-2 Satellite Science Team Leader, NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory, Pasadena, USA.
      Existing space-based greenhouse gas measurement capabilities and near-term plans.
    • Prof. Yi Liu,
      Institute of Atmospheric Physics of Chinese Academy of Sciences, Beijing, China.
      Early phase achievement of TanSat.
    • Prof. Martin Heimann,
      Max Planck Institute for Biogeochemistry, Jena, Germany.
      Quantifying regional biogeochemical budgets: the scientific challenges.
    • Prof. Anna Michalak,
      Carnegie Institution for Science, Department of Global Ecology, Stanford, USA.
      Key opportunities and challenges in using space-based observations for greenhouse gas flux estimation at regional to global scales.
    • Dr. Michael Buchwitz,
      Institute of Environmental Physics of the University of Bremen, Germany.
      Overview and latest results of ESA's GHG-CCI project and Copernicus Climate Change Service (C3S) operational continuation.
    • Dr. Ying Sun,
      Soil and Crop Sciences Section, Cornell University, Ithaca, USA.
      OCO-2 advances photosynthesis observation from space via solar-induced chlorophyll fluorescence.


    1. Ongoing and near-term satellite missions and calibration
    2. Retrieval algorithms and uncertainty quantification
    3. Validation and supporting observations including ground based, aircraft, and in-situ observations
    4. Greenhouse gas observations for emission hot spots and flux inversions on regional and global scales
    5. Global observations of greenhouse gases for process studies and interactions of carbon cycle and climate
    6. Solar induced fluorescence for identifying natural sources and sinks
    7. Future missions and observing strategies