From OzFlux and AsiaFlux's website:
The OzFlux network of Australia’s Terrestrial Ecosystem Research Network (TERN) and the international AsiaFlux Network are joining in the inaugural OzFlux - AsiaFlux Joint Conference 2018 (OAFlux18). The conference will be located in Darwin, Australia from the 20th to 26th August and promises to provide delegates with a wealth of information sharing, networking and a true Darwin experience.
Both networks host annual meetings, but this year, a joint conference will be held in Darwin, NT and hosted by CDU’s Research Institute for the Environment and Livelihoods (RIEL).
This event will bring together some 200 to 250 researchers and post-graduate students from the two networks to Australia’s northern capital.
Expertise of the delegates is broad and ranges from microclimatologists, ecosystem physiologists, climate modellers, remote sensors, ecohydrologists, carbon and climate change analysts, data managers, instrument manufacturers.
The conference and will include a three-day technical workshop, a three-day scientific meeting and a field day that will highlight local ecosystems and the ecosystem flux monitoring program that is part of TERN OzFlux and Australian Supersite Network’s NT based sites.