October 18, 2018
October 19, 2018
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14th Annual Australia and New Zealand Aerosol Assembly
18-19 October, 2018 – Centennial Court Motel
Alexandra, New Zealand
REGISTRATION AND ABSTRACTS SUBMISSION
We invite registration and abstract submission by researchers, policy advisors, regulators and industry representatives with an interest in atmospheric aerosol research and policy for the 2018 ANZ Aerosol Assembly. Registration is free and includes complementary lunches, morning and afternoon teas.
The meeting is being held in Alexandra, Central Otago, the hottest driest and coldest town in New Zealand, an hour’s drive from Queenstown International Airport. ANZAA will be 2 days of networking, hearing about current aerosol research and contributing ideas on work in progress.
Presentations: the meeting format is mostly through short (15 min) oral presentations. An online registration form and abstract template is now available at http://www.aerosolanz.com/registration-abstracts/ . To submit an abstract, please download the template here and attach to your on-line registration.
Field Trip: in conjunction with the conference, a visit will be organised to NIWA’s Lauder Atmospheric Observatory well known for its long history of atmospheric research. It is located about 30 minutes from the venue.
Accommodation: has been reserved and rooms are available now for booking at the Centennial Court Motel.
Please reserve early. For bookings for 17 and 18 October do not use the motel web page on-line booking system. To reserve a room, please either phone Centennial Court on Free Phone 0800 802 909 / Phone +64 3 448 6482 or email a request to email@example.com mentioning ANZAA meeting.
Abstract deadline is: Monday 1 October, 2018.
This year, we would welcome abstracts to specifically mention one or more of these keywords:
- Urban air and health
- Marine / Southern Ocean
- Background aerosol
- Pollution impacts
- Secondary Aerosol
- Particulate Matter
- Biological aerosol
- Measurement standards
- Community outreach and education
A dedicated ANZAA website has now been released by CASANZ. www.aerosolanz.com. The website will be used for all future ANZAA assemblies providing a constant for members to refer to.
Looking forward to seeing you there!