13th International Conference on Southern Hemisphere Meteorology and Oceanography (ICSHMO 2022)

Tuesday, February 8, 2022 to Saturday, February 12, 2022
Event City: 
Christchurch
New Zealand
Event Description: 

Kia ora, welcome!

The International Conference on Southern Hemisphere Meteorology and Oceanography series began in the early 1980s and for 40 years has provided a unique venue for discussion of the science of the Southern Hemisphere. All things south of the Equator are topics for discussion at ICSHMO meetings: oceans, ice, weather, climate, advances in science and technology, human interactions with the environment, and reflections on the history of our science. The ICSHMO conferences bring together a special family of researchers from across the Southern Hemisphere and beyond. 

The 13th conference, to be held in Christchurch, New Zealand in February 2022, will have both "virtual" and "in-person" registration options. Due to the international nature of ICSHMO, we are planning to offer a programme to suit both those attending the event in New Zealand as well those joining virtually. 

A more detailed programme will be made available later in 2021. 

The committee welcomes all contributions on Southern Hemisphere weather, ocean, and climate science.

Key Dates

18 July, 2021 Session Submission Deadline

19 September, 2021 Abstract Submission Deadline

9 October, 2021 Author Notification

30 November, 2021 Early Registration Deadline

ICSHMO 2022 is supported by:

             

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