IAMAS, IAPSO and IACS invite the international atmospheric, oceanographic and cryospheric research community to MOCA-09, their Joint Assembly, to be held 19th July to 29th July 2009 in Montréal, Québec, Canada. The call for Abstracts is now open.
Please note the following session:
Session: J03 International Polar Year – Early Results
Convenors: Michel Béland (IAMAS), Ian Allison (IACS), Karen Heywood (IAPSO)
Abstract: This symposium provides the first opportunity after the official end of the observing period of the International Polar Year 2007-2008 (1 March 2007 to 1 March 2009) to report new results from IPY projects. The session will particularly highlight interdisciplinary results addressing the IPY themes of assessing the present environmental status of the polar regions; quantifying and understanding environmental changes in polar regions; and better understanding the links between the polar regions and the rest of the globe. Contributions on advances towards implementation of sustainable observing systems of the earth system in polar regions are also welcome.
Sponsoring Associations: IAMAS/IACS/IAPSO
Abstracts, in English only, are due January 23, 2009. Please submit these via the online abstract submission link.
For more information about the conference, please visit the Conference website.
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Wednesday, 15 October 2008 20:57
Call for Abstracts for IPY Session at MOCA Joint Assembly, July 2009Written by Louise Huffman
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