The ÉCLAIRE project [Effects of Climate Change on Air Pollution and Response Strategies for European Ecosystems] is a four year project funded by the EU's Seventh Framework Programme for Research and Technological Development (FP7). The project will be running for 4 years, from October 2011-2015 and involves 39 partner institutions across Europe.

Greenhouse Gas Management in European Land Use Systems





Hot spots & hot moments of GHG fluxes

Attribution of GHG fluxes to natural and anthropogenic drivers

From plot to continental scale: data integration across scales

Towards Greenhouse gas management

Scientific Steering Committee:

B. Amiro (University of Manitoba, Canada), N. Buchmann (ETH Zurich, Switzerland),P. Ciais (CEA‐LSCE, France), H. Dolman (VUA, Netherlands),

N2O skills workshop at Technical University of Denmark, April 2013


In April 2013, the InGOS project offers a N2O skills workshop at the Technical University of Denmark. We invite 10 master or Ph.D. students from Eastern Europe or developing countries to participate. This workshop might be relevant for you if you are about to start a master or Ph.D. project, where you will measure soil-atmospheric exchange of N2O in the field using manual gas sampling in static gas-flux chambers.


ECLAIRE modellers will require some gap-filling in time series data where instrument failure etc may have left gaps.

These data will be indicated in the data templates to be used for recording measurement data.

Please click here to download the ECLAIRE simple gap-filling protocol (adopted from the NitroEurope project)

ÉCLAIRE 2nd Annual Meeting & GA, 15-18th October, Edinburgh, UK

The ÉCLAIRE 2nd General Assembly will take place in Edinburgh from 15 to 18 October 2012. Please click here for more details and revised agenda as of 27/09/2012.

Best wishes

ÉCLAIRE Secretariat

6th International Nitrogen Conference, Kampala, Uganda, 18-22 November 2013



Just Enough N: Perspectives on how to getthere for “too much” and “too little” Regions  




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