Southern Hemisphere Meteorology and Oceanography

Southern Hemisphere Meteorology and Oceanography Southern h emi Sphere meteorology and o ceanography yb Hardwo J. d iamond , n eil P ul m m e r , a n d K e v i n walsH ince 1983, and approximately every three years T eh Ni NT h N i T re Na Toi N la Co Neref NC e o N Suo Treh N since, t he A merica n Meteorolog ica l Societ y (AMS) Committee on Meteorology and Oceanog- h ime Se rehp m e Ty aloroe Nd C o Nyhpa raphy of the Southern Hemisphere (SH) has planned w Ht a : n early 500 scientists and researchers from and staged an international conference focusing on around the world gathered to focus on and the unique aspects of atmospheric and oceanic sci- discuss the weather, climate, and ocean ence in the SH. Scientific inquiry in SH meteorology processes of the ocean-dominated Southern and oceanography has expanded considerably over h emisphere. t he past 50 y r, beginning w it h t he Internationa l wHen : 9–13 February 2009 Geophysical Year of 1957/58 and continuing into the wHere : melbourne, Victoria, a ustralia International Polar Year of 2007/08. A http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society American Meteorological Society

Southern Hemisphere Meteorology and Oceanography

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American Meteorological Society
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Copyright © American Meteorological Society
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1520-0477
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10.1175/2009BAMS2892.1
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Southern h emi Sphere meteorology and o ceanography yb Hardwo J. d iamond , n eil P ul m m e r , a n d K e v i n walsH ince 1983, and approximately every three years T eh Ni NT h N i T re Na Toi N la Co Neref NC e o N Suo Treh N since, t he A merica n Meteorolog ica l Societ y (AMS) Committee on Meteorology and Oceanog- h ime Se rehp m e Ty aloroe Nd C o Nyhpa raphy of the Southern Hemisphere (SH) has planned w Ht a : n early 500 scientists and researchers from and staged an international conference focusing on around the world gathered to focus on and the unique aspects of atmospheric and oceanic sci- discuss the weather, climate, and ocean ence in the SH. Scientific inquiry in SH meteorology processes of the ocean-dominated Southern and oceanography has expanded considerably over h emisphere. t he past 50 y r, beginning w it h t he Internationa l wHen : 9–13 February 2009 Geophysical Year of 1957/58 and continuing into the wHere : melbourne, Victoria, a ustralia International Polar Year of 2007/08. A

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Bulletin of the American Meteorological SocietyAmerican Meteorological Society

Published: Feb 15, 2010

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