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AMOS 2021 Data Carpentry Workshop


Python is rapidly emerging as the programming language of choice for data analysis in the weather, climate and ocean sciences. By consulting online tutorials and help pages, most researchers in this community are able to pick up the basic syntax…

AMOS Webinar – WMO State of Climate 2020 Key Findings


The World Meteorological Organisation's State of the Global Climate 2020 Report was released on 20 April. Join us for a one hour online webinar with co-author Dr Blair Trewin who will discuss the key findings of the Report. Chair: Angela…

CASANZ International Clean Air and Environment Conference

CASANZ extends an invitation to participate in the 25th International Clean Air and Environment conference, ‘CASANZ 2021’, to be held online. This conference will be unique in nature and will be a reflection of the effects of fires and COVID-19…

World Ocean Day

June 8 is World Oceans Day.  Lots of events on in Australia and around the world. World Oceans Day events

Hug a climate scientist day

With COVID restrictions we may not be able to actually hug a climate scientist today, which will no doubt be a relief to the very shy and timid species. Here are some First Dog on the Moon cartoons from previous…

AMSA Conference – In the Anthropocene

The Australian Marine Sciences Association is running a virtual conference covering a broad range of topics.  See the program and registration details here:

AMOS/SWAQ Sensing in City Network Workshop

Sensing in the city: A synthesis of recent understandings from atmospheric monitoring networks in Australian built environments Tuesday 29th June, 2021 9:00am to 12:00pm Venue: In-person (UNSW Sydney) + Online (Zoom) Guest Speakers CO2, RH and T sensing in evaluating…

Deadline for ICSHMO session proposals

If you'd like to propose a session for ICSHMO 2022 (Christchurch NZ, Feb 8-12, 2022) see the conference website for details.  Remember that AMOS is a partner for this event, and that it replaces the AMOS annual conference.

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