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'''CSDMS online meeting 2020: Linking Ecosphere and Geosphere'''. Given the evolving development of the COVID-19 outbreak, CSDMS has decided to have an online meeting on Linking Ecosphere and Geosphere meeting. The previously scheduled Executive and Steering Committee meetings on Friday May 22 will still take place as scheduled, via video conference. [[Form:Annualmeeting2020|more...]]<br><br>[mailto:csdmsweb@colorado.edu Nominate a science announcement]<br><br><br></center>
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'''The 2020 Syvitski Student Modeler Award Winner is Ian Reeves''', with his submission, "Impacts of Seagrass Dynamics on the Coupled Long-Term Evolution of Barrier-Marsh-Bay Systems". Ian uses GEOMBEST+ coupled with components from a march-tidal flat model, ti demonstrate the influence of seagrass on sediment dynamics and coastal erosion. [[Science_spotlights#Student_Modeler_Award_2020|More...]]<br><br>[mailto:csdmsweb@colorado.edu Nominate a science announcement]<br><br><br></center>
 
<!--'''Register''' for CSDMS - Earth Surface Processes Institute (ESPIn) 2020 (August 13 -21<sup>st</sup> 2020). ESPIn is designed to allow participants to make advances on critical earth surface processes research questions by teaching cyberinfrastructure skills. The 10-days summer course will offer hands-on training in numerical modeling, best programming practices, open source software development, collaborative coding and version control, Landlab and pymt, high performance computing, and model uncertainty quantification. [[ESPIn2020|more...]]<br><br>[mailto:csdmsweb@colorado.edu Nominate a science announcement]<br><br><br></center>-->
 
<!--'''Register''' for CSDMS - Earth Surface Processes Institute (ESPIn) 2020 (August 13 -21<sup>st</sup> 2020). ESPIn is designed to allow participants to make advances on critical earth surface processes research questions by teaching cyberinfrastructure skills. The 10-days summer course will offer hands-on training in numerical modeling, best programming practices, open source software development, collaborative coding and version control, Landlab and pymt, high performance computing, and model uncertainty quantification. [[ESPIn2020|more...]]<br><br>[mailto:csdmsweb@colorado.edu Nominate a science announcement]<br><br><br></center>-->
 
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  The 2020 Syvitski Student Modeler Award Winner is Ian Reeves, with his submission, "Impacts of Seagrass Dynamics on the Coupled Long-Term Evolution of Barrier-Marsh-Bay Systems". Ian uses GEOMBEST+ coupled with components from a march-tidal flat model, ti demonstrate the influence of seagrass on sediment dynamics and coastal erosion. More...

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