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17.03.2009 01:56 Age: 9 yrs
Category: IMOS
By: Marian McGowen

Modelling Indian Ocean Phenomena and Processes

A short course by Professor Jay McCreary from the International Pacific Research Centre, School of Ocean and Earth Science and Technology, University of Hawaii.


This course provides an introduction to physical phenomena in the Indian Ocean, covering observations, theories, and models. Most talks will be presented by Jay McCreary, but additional presentations will be given by guest speakers (Dr Wenju Cai, Professor Matthew England, Dr Susan Wijffels and Professor Gary Meyers).

When: 4-7 May 2009, 9-5pm each day
Cost: Free
Location: CSIRO Marine and Atmospheric Science, Hobart.

ARCNESS will support travel costs for participants external to Hobart wherever possible (depending on demand this could mean airtix only, ARCNESS is winding up its activities in 2009 and the budget is tight). Requests for travel funds via ARCNESS should be sent to Sophie Kober at the CCRC S.Kober(at)unsw.edu.au

Please see the Course flyer for more information about the course content and how to register your interest.

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For more information and to register for the course contact

Denbeigh Armstrong
Phone: ( 03) 6226 2838
Denbeigh.Armstrong(at)utas.edu.au