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“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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AMOS Workshop: Probabilistic Weather Forecasting for the Energy Industry


This workshop facilitates engagement between the weather and energy forecasting community. About this event Weather is having a growing impact on electricity market dynamics and the day to day operation of electricity system. Weather prediction is inherently uncertain. Considerable investment…

AOGS Annual Conference

The Asia Oceania Geosciences Society Annual Conference is running online August 1-6.

AMS Abstract Deadline

Abstracts for the American Meteorological Society Annual Conference (Houston, TX, Jan 23-27, 2022) are due.  For details see the AMS webpage:

National Science Week

It's National Science Week.  Lots of events all around the country:

Nominations for AMOS awards close

If you'd like to nominate a colleague for an AMOS award (Priestley Medal, the Zillman Medal, the Christopher Taylor Award, and the AMOS Science Outreach Award) it's due on September 1. More details here:

Abstracts due for ICSHMO 2022

Closing date for abstract for the International Conference on Southern Hemisphere Meteorology and Oceanography (Feb 8-12, 2022, Christchurch NZ).  This meeting replaces the AMOS Annual Conference.

Connecting Our World: Biometeorology 2021


The International Society of Biometeorology will hold its 1st virtual and 22nd International Congress of Biometeorology, Connecting Our World: Biometeorology 2021, from 20-22 September 2021. The conference will have livestream events, focusing on invited keynote and plenary speakers, with substantial…

Atmospheric Blocking Virtual Workshop 2021 (LMU)

Ludwig-Maximillians-Universität München is hosting a 3 day workshop on atmospheric blocking.  See the website for more details:

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