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AMOS Vision Statement

“To advance the scientific understanding of the atmosphere, oceans and climate system, and their socioeconomic and ecological impacts, and promote applications of this understanding for the benefit of all Australians.”

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02Dec 19
Congratulations to our new AMOS Fellows!

AMOS is very pleased to announce that Associate Professor Lisa Alexander and Dr Rachel Law have been elected as Fellows of AMOS.  We extend our congratulations and best wishes to…

25Nov 19
AMOS Awards 2019

Uwe Radok Award The Uwe Radok Award is for the best PhD thesis in the AMOS fields of oceanography, glaciology or climatology,…

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February 2020

AMOS 2020

February 10 - February 14
Esplanade Hotel Fremantle by Rydges, 46-54 Marine Tce & Essex St, Fremantle WA 6160
Fremantle, Western Australia 6160 Australia
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The Australian Meteorological and Oceanographic Society (AMOS) is delighted to host the joint 27th AMOS Annual Meeting and International Conference on Indian Ocean Meteorology and Oceanography (AMOS 2020) in Fremantle, Western Australia, from 10–14 February 2020. The AMOS Annual Meeting is Australia’s pre-eminent…

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Kozwaves 2020 – 17-19 February 2020

February 17 - February 19
Singapore Theatre (B120), University of Melbourne Australia + Google Map

The KOZWaves conference series provides a forum for contemporary research on wave science, promoting interdisciplinary collaborations between Australasian wave scientists and international researchers. It focusses on advancing mathematical, numerical and experimental techniques across the different branches of wave science, including…

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November 2020

Greenhouse 2020 – Building a climate resilient Australia – Melbourne Convention Centre – 9-11 November 2020

November 9 - November 11

Save the date.  More details soon.

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Check out global weather conditions, forecast by supercomputers and updated every 3 hours at earth.nullschool.net.  Other visualisations are also available. Created by Cameron Beccario

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