The new GEIA web site is designed to enhance interactivity among the GEIA community, expand access to emissions information, and enrich emissions analysis and understanding. We invite existing members and new visitors to GEIA to become registered users, let us know about your interests and expertise, provide comments on the web site, and add to the online calendar of events. We intend this site to become the primary communication method for the GEIA network. Over the next few months our registered users will also be able to contribute to the new searchable bibliography; join working groups on key topics in emissions; participate in online forums on emission challenges, analysis tools, and data bases; and upload information for the upcoming GEIA 2014 Conference in Boulder, Colorado, next June. When you register to become a site user, you will have the opportunity to keep your profile information private or share it with others in the GEIA community. Our GEIA network and web site management team looks forward to your contributions; by working together, we will achieve GEIA’s 2020 vision for better emissions understanding.
GEIA Web Site Management Team (Paulette Middleton, Greg Frost, Ann Keane)
The 16th GEIA Conference, "Bridging Emissions Science and Policy", will take place 10-11 June 2014 at the National Center for Atmospheric Research (NCAR) in Boulder, Colorado, USA. Abstract submission is now open. The GEIA Steering Committee will then meet on 12 June 2014 at NCAR.