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Joint CMOS-AMS Congress

Date added: Friday 30th January 2015

The joint Canadian Meteorological and Oceanographic Society’s 49th Congress and the American Meteorological Society’s 13th Conference on Polar Meteorology and Oceanography will be held from

31 May to 4 June 2015

at the Whistler Conference Centre

Whistler, BC, Canada

The theme of the joint-conference is “Tropics to Poles: Advancing Science in High Latitudes”.

The joint-conference will bring together a wide range of scientists from across Canada, the United States, and the world with a focus on topics in atmospheric and ocean sciences related to high latitudes. In particular we invite you to submit abstract(s) for the following session on Coupled Environmental Prediction: From Hours to Seasons.

Description: As numerical weather prediction systems become further refined the interactions across the Air-Ice-Ocean interface are becoming increasingly important. This is giving rise to the development of a new generation of fully-integrated environmental prediction systems composed of atmosphere, ice, ocean, and wave modeling and analysis systems. Such systems are in increasing demand as the utility of marine information products (e.g. for emergency response) becomes more widely recognized.This session welcomes contributions on coupled environmental prediction on timescales from hours to seasons, covering the range of coupled processes and interactions at play on regional and global spatial scales, and their application in analysis and forecasting systems.

Please submit abstracts electronically to <http://congress.cmos.ca/site/abstracts_submission> by choosing the “Interdisciplinary and other” Theme and select session 707 (Coupled Environmental Prediction: From Hours to Seasons).

The submission deadline is 15 February 2015.

More information about the Congress can be found at <http://congress.cmos.ca/>.