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ICSHMO 2022 – Call for Abstracts deadline is fast approaching!

Deadline: 19 September 2021

Themes of the 2022 Conference include:

Oceanographic processes and observations
Atmospheric processes and observations
Climate and climate change
Weather and extreme events
Antarctic climate and cryosphere
Air quality and pollution
Modelling and prediction
Governance, policy, and public engagement
Science Communication, Education & Outreach


More sessions have been confirmed for ICSHMO 2022. If you are invited to contribute to a session, or would like to submit a presentation that you feel will be a good fit, please ensure you select the session name at time of submission.

You can find a full list of sessions here.


Workshops announcement

Pre-conference Workshops have been confirmed and are now available on the website. Workshop times will be confirmed in the next weeks.

Effective climate communication: from stakeholders to stadiums
Led by: James Goldie, Tahnee Burges, Ana Ross (Monash Climate Change Communication Research Hub – Melcourne)

Python for Atmosphere and Ocean Science
Led by: Damien Irving (CSIRO Climate Science Centre) et al.

Climate in the Cloud: Web-enabled cloud-computing educational resources for climate, atmosphere, and ocean science
Led by: Shane Keating (University of New South Wales)

How to use weather radar data
Led by: Valentin Louf and Joshua Soderholm (Bureau Of Meteorology, Melbourne)

Assessing the Climate Science Training needs of the Global South
Led by: Dr. Angela Maharaj (University of New South Wales)

Climate Change in Pacific Island Countries
Led by: Scott Power (Centre for Applied Climate Sciences, USQ)


Programme Overview

The organising committee reserves the right to make changes to the programme.


Express Your Interest

Express your interest using the link below to receive up-to-date information regarding ICSHMO 2022.

Covid-19 Update

The health and safety of all participants is a top priority and ISCHMO 2022 will offer a virtual option for those that are unable to participate in person in February 2022.

We are acutely aware that the effects of COVID-19 are ongoing and that there are still many unknowns as to how the next months and year will develop.

The health and safety of all participants is a top priority and ISCHMO 2022 will offer a virtual option for those that are unable to participate in person in February 2022.


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