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Changing North Atlantic Climate System and its importance for the UK, ACSIS community science meeting

30 March 2022
ACSIS community science meeting
All day

The Changing North Atlantic Climate System and its importance for the UK ACSIS community science meeting, 30 March 2022, online and in Oxford.

To mark the end of ACSIS, the North Atlantic Climate System Integrated Study, we are inviting the community to demonstrate their achievements and look ahead to emerging questions and challenges in this research area, and related topics.

The open meeting in March will have invited speakers from the ACSIS partners, wider UK research community, and Defra; attendees are also encouraged to participate in a poster session.

The meeting will be held in-person over one full day at the Lady Margaret Hall in Oxford on Wednesday 30 March 2022, followed by a drinks reception. The venue and the meeting will take necessary COVID precautions. The meeting will be live-streamed, and online attendees can contribute comments throughout the day.

The full programme is available now, and registration is free and open until Friday 4 March 2022.

You can register to attend the meeting in-person at the venue (limited places) or online.

Poster submissions are to be completed using the registration form, by Friday 4 February 2022 to allow for selection.

If you have any questions about the meeting, registration, or poster submission:

please contact Hazel Jeffery

Project Manager for the UK Earth System Modelling Project
National Centre for Atmospheric Science
Based at the Met Office, Exeter, UK

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