Courses

BISMITHE II: 17-19 June, 2019 – Marysville, VIC

The Biomass Smoke in the Human Environment BISMITHE II Workshop builds on the inaugural Workshop in Deloraine Tasmania 2016, providing a forum to connect a diverse group of participants across Australia and New Zealand, ranging from Councils, Government departments, community members, forestry operations, environmental consultants, scientific researchers, industry, environmental groups and individuals working in fields associated with Biomass Smoke generation and smoke impacts.

Webinar: Update from the CASANZ President – 3 April, 2019

This webinar is an opportunity to connect with the CASANZ President, Jason Choi. Jason will update you on discussions from the March Council meeting including future directions for the Society, current projects and priorities for this year. Email us if you would like us to discuss anything else.

Webinar: Update from Standards Australia Committee EV007 “Methods for the Examination of Air” – 6 March, 2019

Frank Fleer, Chairperson, will provide an update on the recent and planned activities of the Standards Australia Committee EV007.

WRF User’s Workshop – 15 February, 2019

Immediately following the WRF Training Course, this workshop will focus on application of WRF in Australia and New Zealand. The workshop will be moderated by Dr Peter Rye, Modelling Special Interest Group (SIG) Chair and cover tips and tricks for applying WRF in Australia and New Zealand as well as case studies from WRF users.
Discounts apply for course + workshop registrations.
Early bird registration available to 1/01/2019.

WRF Training Course – 11-14 February, 2019

CASANZ is thrilled to announce that we will be hosting a four day WRF Training Course in partnership with the University of Technology Sydney. This course will be presented by experts from the Mesoscale & Microscale Meteorology Laboratory, National Centre for Atmospheric Research (NCAR), Boulder Colorado. The Weather Research and Forecasting Model (WRF) is a next-generation mesoscale numerical weather prediction system designed for both atmospheric research and operational forecasting applications. The model serves a wide range of meteorological applications across scales from tens of meters to thousands of kilometres. The National Center for Atmospheric Research (NCAR), in collaboration with others, developed WRF in the late 1990s.
Early bird registration available to 4/01/2019.