Hello all, my colleague and I convening a session at this year's AGU Fall meeting on the very broad topic of combining biogeophysical and socioeconomic datasets and methods. We would very much welcome abstracts covering any and all types of work on socioeconomic topics.
Session B046: Linking biogeophysical and socioeconomic processes, methods and impacts Physical observations and models have led to a better understanding of the earth system. However, results drawn from physical methods might be biased due to underrepresentation of human dimensions. Socioeconomic data can provide critical information and insight into biogeophysical processes and impacts. The rise in very high-resolution imagery, community-level reporting and other fine-scale data products open new research opportunities in connecting biophysical and socioeconomic datasets. This session invites research topics applying new technological advancements and unique approaches to address the interactions between socioeconomic and biophysical processes. New products and methods that work towards integrated understanding of ecosystem mechanisms or processes at any temporal or spatial scale as welcome as are studies focusing on the socioeconomic impacts of biogeophysical work. Invited abstracts: Becky Chaplin-Kramer, Stanford University Brian O'Neill, NCAR Conveners: David Reed Gabriela Shirkey Michigan State University Thank you very much david reed, Michigan State University