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20th June 2016
|Virtual Outreach Conference: Reaching out from Maths and Environmental Science.
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2 - 4pm, 21st June 2016, University of Exeter.
The purpose of this virtual meeting will be to discuss how best to communicate climate, environmental and mathematical science to non-experts. Through the use of examples of best practice, we aim to inspire and provide guidance on the delivery of effective outreach activities to:
b) General public,
d) Commercial / Industrial partners.
In addition, we will aim to provide guidance, support and information regarding Outreach funding.
The conference schedule will include an hour long "Show & Tell" session, where experienced Outreach Practitioners will give examples of best practice and share their outreach experiences. Following this there will be an interactive Panel Discussion, in which we will discuss the best way forward for delivering effective outreach communications for climate, environmental and mathematical sciences.
Confirmed Speakers Include:
• Claire Burke (Met Office): The dos and don'ts of communicating science to the general public
• Tamsin Edwards (Open University): Working with the Media
• Erica Thompson (Centre for the Analysis of Time Series): Involvement with the Global Calculator climate outreach project
• Valborg Byfield (National Oceanography Centre): Designing interactive electronic science books for a general audience in ways that can avoid scaring readers with a fear of mathematics
• Stuart Townley (University of Exeter): Reaching out from the Environment and Sustainability Institute
This Virtual Conference will be delivered live using the web videoconferencing service WebEx. Please note that you will need a reasonable broadband service and microphone/speakers to receive and participate in the Conference. In addition, a webcam is required if you are delivering the seminar.
In order to receive as an attending delegate please use the link provided below. If you have not used WebEx before, please ensure that you sign into the event at 13.45 at the earliest, ready for a 14.00 start. This will allow ample time to download the software required to support the programme.
Event address for attendees: https://climathnet.webex.com/climathnet/onstage/g.php?MTID=e1dd8c86c13f4ee3e91ac19a00c750e43
|Data Analysis and Modeling in Earth Sciences (DAMES) - Biannual international conference series
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26-28 September 2016 in Hamburg
During the last few decades, the increasing public and scientific interest in geoscientific problems has triggered enormous efforts to obtain, analyze and interpret data that contain substantial information about the dynamics of the complex system ''Earth''. For this purpose, novel techniques not only for recording data, but also for their statistical evaluation and data-based modeling had to be developed.
Aims and Scope of the Conference
The objective of the international conference series “Data Analysis and Modeling in Earth Sciences” (DAMES) is to bring together researchers dealing with data analysis and modeling in all fields of Earth Sciences, promoting the exchange of knowledge on both methodological developments and Earth Science applications across disciplines. Specific topics come from all fields of Earth Sciences, including atmospheric sciences, hydrology, oceanography, present-day and paleo-climatology, climate change and its impacts. Contributions on applied topics such as environmental risk analysis and sustainability are welcome as well.
For more information regarding abstract submission, registration, program and plenary speakers visit the Conference webpage https://www.clisap.de/research/a:-climate-dynamics-and-variability/a1:-climate-variability-and-predictability/dames-2016-2/
5th - 8th July 2016, University of Exeter
Fourth Annual CliMathNet Conference Scientific Programme:
The themes of the conference will aim to provide a forum for mathematics and statistics applied to weather and climate science, and will include:
The development of novel methodologies to paleoclimates;
Planetary system modelling;
Weather and climate forecasting, and;
Coupled social-environmental systems.
Invited speakers include:
Klaus Fraedrich (Universität Hamburg)
Rachel Kuske (University of British Columbia)
Nathan Mayne (University of Exeter)
Sofia Olhede (University College London)
Andrew Stuart (University of Warwick)
Geoff Vallis (University of Exeter)
The Conference Schedule is now ready for viewing via the CliMathNet Website. http://www.climathnet.org/meetingsandevents/conference2016/schedule/
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