The Fourth International Conference on Southern Hemisphere Meteorology and Oceanography David J. Karoly* and Richard D. Rosen+ poster session on three of the afternoons, with two of 1. Introduction thes e days closed by a keynote address. The presen- tations were organized around seven major themes: Th e Fourth International Conference on Southern general circulation, climate change, TOGA COARE Hemispher e Meteorology and Oceanography was an d tropical studies, chemical cycles, numerical pre- held during the week of 29 March-2 April 1993 in diction and data analysis, regional studies, and Ant- Hobart, Tasmania, Australia. The conference was a arctic environment. The aim of the conference, to joint meeting of the American Meteorological Society encourag e greater communicatio n between oceanog- an d th e Australia n Meteorological an d Oceanographic raphers an d meteorologists interested in th e Southern Society and wa s cosponsore d by th e Australia n Acad- Hemisphere , was accomplished by including papers em y of Sciences, the Intergovernmental Oceano- fro m both groups in each of the sessions. graphic Commission, and the World Meteorological Organization. Th e AM S Souther n Hemisphere confer- Th e poster session s forme d an important part
Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society – American Meteorological Society
Published: Feb 1, 1994
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