【POSTPONED】14th Session of the CLIVAR/CliC/SCAR Southern Ocean Region Panel

Thursday, July 30, 2020 to Friday, July 31, 2020
Event City: 
Hobart
Australia
Event Attendance: 
SORP Panel members
Event Contact: 
Liping Yin
Event Description: 

14th Session of the CLIVAR/CliC/SCAR Southern Ocean Region Panel

Notifying: SORP-14 has been postponed in light of the gloabl Coronavirus. Information will be updated irregularly. 

SORP -14 will take place alongside the SCAR OSC during 30-31 July, 2020 in Hobart, Tasmania, Australia. The first day will be a  WAMC/YOPP-SH/SOOS/ASPeCt joint workshop, and the second day will be SORP business meeting.

SORP serves as a forum for the discussion and communication of scientific advances in the understanding of climate variability and change in the Southern Ocean. SORP advises CLIVAR, CliC, and SCAR on progress, achievements, new opportunities and impediments in internationally-coordinated Southern Ocean research. SORP-14 will focus on emerging issues in Southern Ocean research, connections with YOPP, national reports from the national representatives, early career scientists, and membership problems. 

Agenda

30 July: WAMC/YOPP-SH/SOOS/ASPeCt joint workshop

31 July: SORP business meeting

Detailed agenda of the panel meeting will be released soon.

Venues
Please note that the first day's workshop (Thursday) will be at the Hotel Grand Chancellor,  the sedond day will be at Tasmania university.
Map of Hobart is found here.

Accommodation

Hobart offers a wide range of accommodation options close to the SCAR COMNAP 2020 meeting facilities. Special rates and an accommodation booking service are available via the conference website. Pre-registration bookings are welcome.

 

Registration

Don't need to register if one only attend the SORP meeting.

Visa

Australia VISA application webpage is here.

Transport

Please visit the SCAR OSC webpage for more information.

 

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