[ASC-list] Australia - New Zealand Climate Forum 2010, Hobart, 13-15 Oct 2010 [SEC=UNCLASSIFIED]

Clare Mullen C.Mullen at bom.gov.au
Tue Jul 13 10:19:40 UTC 2010

re: Australia - New Zealand Climate Forum 2010, Hobart, 13-15 Oct 2010

For those ASC members with an interest in climate - info as below. Abs due 30 July; early bird registration by 13 September.
Pls circulate amongst your e-colleagues  as appropriate.

 Kind Regards

Clare Mullen
Bureau of Meteorology

Australia - New Zealand Climate Forum 2010
Wednesday 13 to Friday 15 October 2010, Hobart, Tasmania
Abstracts must be in by 30 July!
Submit yours online through www.bom.gov.au/events/anzcf2010/submit.shtml<http://www.bom.gov.au/events/anzcf2010/submit.shtml>

The Australia - New Zealand Climate Forum will be held in Hobart from 13 to 15 October, hosted by the Bureau of Meteorology and the Antarctic Climate & Ecosystems Cooperative Research Centre.
An exciting meeting of minds on climate and related research, it is an ideal opportunity to show off what you have been working on.
The guiding theme for the Australia - New Zealand Climate Forum 2010 is Southern Hemisphere Climate: features * findings * futures. The motto is Southern Exposure, with particular focus on the role of Antarctica and the Southern Ocean in the climate of Australia and New Zealand.
Abstracts are invited for each of the themes:

 *   The living planet<http://www.bom.gov.au/events/anzcf2010/themes-livingplanet.shtml> - Southern Hemisphere Climate: ecology
 *   Impacts on humanity<http://www.bom.gov.au/events/anzcf2010/themes-humanity.shtml> - Southern Hemisphere Climate: the human habitat
 *   Observing<http://www.bom.gov.au/events/anzcf2010/themes-observing.shtml> - Southern Hemisphere Climate: observations and data
 *   Linkages<http://www.bom.gov.au/events/anzcf2010/themes-linkages.shtml> - Southern Hemisphere Climate: high/low latitude interaction
 *   Changes<http://www.bom.gov.au/events/anzcf2010/themes-changes.shtml> - Southern Hemisphere Climate: changes in the past, present and future

Instead of poster sessions, shorter contributions will be in the form of lightning lectures<http://www.bom.gov.au/events/anzcf2010/lightning.shtml>. About 5 minutes long, these are perfect for presenting preliminary results, interesting data, or even just a few ideas you've had. They are also ideal for students and early-career researchers.

Registration now open

 *   $550 full registration
 *   $250 for students
 *   Includes morning tea, lunch, afternoon tea, icebreaker reception and conference dinner
 *   Day tickets also available
 *   Prices rise after 13 September

Register online through www.bom.gov.au/events/anzcf2010/registration.shtml<http://www.bom.gov.au/events/anzcf2010/registration.shtml>

Australia - New Zealand Climate Forum 2010
anzcf2010 at bom.gov.au<mailto:anzcf2010 at bom.gov.au>

-------------- next part --------------
An HTML attachment was scrubbed...
URL: <https://www.lists.sublimeip.com/pipermail/asc-list/attachments/20100713/758f4b6e/attachment.htm>

More information about the ASC-list mailing list