[ASC-list] Communicating climate and weather sciences: save the date/submit an abstract
karen at bloomcommunication.com.au
Thu Nov 8 04:19:03 UTC 2018
Communicating climate and weather sciences | Darwin, 11-12 June 2019
SAVE THE DATE/CALL FOR ABSTRACTS
The Australian Meteorological and Oceanographic Society <https://www.amos.org.au/> is hosting a two-day communication event in June 2019 focusing on communication of atmosphere, ocean and climate system sciences.
This event, being held in conjunction with the AMOS-ICTMO 2019 <https://amos2019.org.au/> conference, will feature a mix of plenary, parallel and workshop sessions along with with plenty of opportunities to network with other communicators and with climate and weather scientists from across Australia and around the world.
Abstracts are being sought on topics that explore:
Issues to be considered or overcome in the quest to effectively communicate AMOS sciences (such as understanding science generally and AMOS sciences specifically, communication barriers, communicating risk and uncertainty)
Innovative approaches to communicating AMOS sciences – through traditional and new media, story-telling, creative arts, technology, etc.
Case studies of communication activities that have been successful, and those that haven’t, with a view to sharing lessons learned.
Abstract submission closes at 11:00 pm AEST Sunday 18 November 2018.
Abstracts should be submitted on the main conference website at https://amos2019.org.au/abstracts/ <https://amos2019.org.au/abstracts/> (into the Communicating AMOS sciences theme).
If you have any queries about the event or about submitting an abstract, please contact one of the event co-convenors, Melissa Lyne (melissa at amos.org.au <mailto:melissa at amos.org.au>) or Karen Pearce (karen at bloomcommunication.com.au <mailto:karen at bloomcommunication.com.au>)
More details about the event will be posted on this list as they become available.
Karen Pearce | Bloom Communication
PO Box 610 Bathurst NSW 2795 | P 0402 845 300
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