Australia New Zealand Aerosol Assembly Workshop: Expression of Interest

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Australia New Zealand Aerosol Assembly (ANZAA) SIG Workshop Christchurch - NZ | 24 November, 2020 Expression of interest for attending and making a presentation As international travel is a bit limited, the Australia New Zealand Aerosol Assembly (ANZAA) are arranging a one day workshop to be held on Tuesday 24

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Australia New Zealand Aerosol Assembly (ANZAA) SIG

Workshop

Christchurch – NZ | 24 November, 2020

Expression of interest for attending and making a presentation

As international travel is a bit limited, the Australia New Zealand Aerosol Assembly (ANZAA) are arranging a one day workshop to be held on Tuesday 24 November in Christchurch at the University of Canterbury before the Meteorological Society of New Zealand 2020 Annual Conference.

If you are interested in attending this workshop, please contact Sally Gray at NIWA via email with your contact details and if you would like to make a presentation, by Monday, 10 August. There will be a small fee to cover the costs.

I encourage you to stay longer and enjoy attending the Metsoc conference; below are the details, and more information can be found on their website. (Registration and abstracts required by Monday, 10 August)

Second Circular and Call for Abstracts

We are pleased to announce that the Meteorological Society of New Zealand’s annual conference will be held at the University of Canterbury, Christchurch, from Wednesday 25th to Friday 27th of November.* This year, the conference will include special sessions dedicated to aerosol and air pollution research, and student-focused sessions/seminars. Student sessions will take place on Monday 23rd November and Tuesday 24th November, and aerosol/air pollution sessions on Tuesday 24th November.

The Society invites contributions on any topic associated with meteorology and climate.  These include (but are not limited to): the large-scale circulation of the atmosphere and oceans; ocean-atmosphere interactions and physical oceanography; remote sensing; atmospheric chemistry; urban meteorology; aerosol and air pollution; agricultural and bio-meteorology; hydrological applications; weather and climate hazards and impacts, including global change; and the history of New Zealand meteorology and oceanography.

The number of standard oral presentations will be limited. In addition, we will have invited speakers giving keynote presentations each day.