Meeting of the Task Force Modelling & Mapping in Stockholm 2020
The next Task Force meeting will be hosted by Sweden, in Stockholm, from 21st till 23rd of April 2020. For further details please contact Alice James Casas (Alice [dot] JAMES [at] ineris [dot] fr) or the CCE (cce [at] uba [dot] de).
Call for Data 2019-2021
The new Call for Data has been published in November 2019. The main objective of this Call for Data is to review and update empirical Critical Loads and steady-state Critical Loads. The deadline for the deliverables for the empirical Critical Load topic will be spring 2020 for the first report and spring 2021 for the second report. The deadline for the deliverables for the steady-state Critical Load topic will be spring 2020 for the status report and spring 2021 for the most recent data delivery. In the PDF below you will find initial information on the envisaged review process to plan your activities and resources until spring 2021.
New project: Steady-State Critical Loads for eutropohication and acidification for European terrestrial ecosystems
On 25th of November 2019 the kick-off meeting for the project took place at UBA in Dessau. This project will focus on the update of the steady-state Critical Loads used in the background database of the CCE. This European background database is used to replace missing data submission by the NFCs. Further information about ongoing projects coordinated by CCE are available here.
The CCE aims at establishing a more dynamic communication within the WGE, and especially with its NFCs. Therefore, the CCE published its very first newsletter together with the TF Modelling & Mapping. Please, feel free to submit information relevant for the whole group so we can include it into our next newsletter. Furthermore, we would like to remind that the TF Modelling & Mapping is still open for suggestions or proposals regarding the place of our next meeting. Hosting the ICP Modelling & Mapping meeting in spring 2020 would be a great opportunity for you and your institution to highlight your work for the Convention on Long-range Transboundary Air Pollution (CLRTAP).