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The 11th meeting of the International Conference on Southern Hemisphere Meteorology and Oceanography was held in Santiago, Chile
Update time: 2015-10-22
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The 11th meeting of the International Conference on Southern Hemisphere Meteorology and Oceanography was held in Santiago, Chile, from Monday 5 to Friday 9 of October 2015. The conference was organized by the American Meteorological Society (AMS) and the Department of Geophysics, Universidad de Chile. The Department of Geophysics (DGF) is within the Facultad de Ciencias Físicas y Matemáticas (FCFM) located near downtown in Santiago. We gratefully acknowledge the generous support of the FONDAP Center of Climate and Resilience Research (CR2), the ICM Nucleus on SH Paleoclimate and MeteoData. Meeting sessions include 1) Tropical climate and teleconnections; 2) Ocean dynamics and observing; 3) Tropical/extratropical climate; 4) prediction and predictability. My poster was arranged in the second session. TopicEquatorial long waves dynamics during Indian Ocean Dipole events. Many scientists are interested in the role of western and eastern boundary reflection in the tropical Oceans. They gave me a lot of useful suggestions and also discussed the possible cooperation in research interest field.

The CLIVAR Pacific Panel meeting was held in Santiago from Oct. 10-11, 2015, Themes includes: Understanding the dynamics and teleconnections of ENSO on multiple timescales (in relation with ENSO in a warming world RF); Indo-Pacific Decadal Variability and its global connection (in relation with Climate Dynamics Panel); Ocean mass and property transports and their relationships to the Pacific climate and other basins (in relation with other basin panels); Regional impacts of climate variability and changes (sea level, ecosystems, extreme events, etc) (in relation with regional sea level RF and upwelling RF); Supporting the development of a sustainable tropical observing system (in relation with the TPOS-2020 steering committee). Dr. Dongliang Yuan was invited as the Pacific Panel member and vice chair of NPOCE SSC. Dr. Jing Wang attended the meeting as young scientist in order to study the frontier work in the Pacific Ocean and know how to do international cooperation work between China and Indonesia.
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