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We welcome contributions that advance our understanding of the Ocean and Atmosphere in the Southern Hemisphere. To this end, the Programme Committee has identified the following list of themes and subthemes for the 11ICSHMO:

Theme Sub-theme
   Ocean observing   The second International Indian Ocean Expedition (2015)
  The South Atlantic Meridional Overturning Circulation (SAMOC)
  Southern Hemisphere observing systems
  Operational oceanography
   Ocean dynamics   Western boundary currents and Island effects
  Convergence Zones: Ocean circulation and atmosphere-ocean interaction
  Eastern boundary currents and upwelling systems
  Mesoscale and sub-mesoscale processes
  Oxygen minimum zones
  Coasts, fjords and estuaries: modeling and observations
  Southern Hemisphere open ocean variability
   Southern Hemisphere oceans in a
   changing climate
  Trends in Southern Hemisphere ocean dynamics and heat and gas uptake
  Southern ocean acidification
  Sea level rise in the Southern Hemisphere
  Impacts of climate change and variability on upwelling systems
  Ocean Science Outreach in the Southern hemisphere: Progress and
  Challenges
   Tropical climate and
   teleconnections
  Monsoons in the Southern Hemisphere: processes, extremes, variability,
  predictability and prediction
  MJO, equatorial waves and teleconnections over the Southern
  Hemisphere
  Diagonal convergence zones and tropical-extratropical interaction
  Expanding Hadley circulation and subtropical drying
  ENSO: Past, present and future
  The SAM, storm tracks and zonal waves
   Antarctic weather and climate
   predictability and prediction
  The WMO Polar Prediction Project (PPP)
  The WCRP Polar Climate Predictability Initiative (PCPI)
  Antarctic sea ice: Understanding variability and trends
   The observational record and
   beyond
  Reconstructing and understanding climate changes through the Holocene
  Data Rescue: Using historical instrumental, documentary,
  palaeoenvironmental and modelling evidence to understand past climate
  variability (ACRE session)
  Historical observations and data rescue in the Southern Hemisphere
  Reanalyses at high southern latitudes: quality and utility
  Understanding the drivers of past climate changes
  The seasonal cycle in the Southern Hemisphere: atmosphere, ocean,
  land, ice
   Extreme events in a changing
   climate
  Mechanisms of atmospheric moisture transport and their role in extreme
  precipitation events
  Changing temperature extremes
  Atmospheric blocking, storm tracks, and associated circulation changes
   Predictability and prediction   Climate predictability and prediction on subseasonal to seasonal scales
  Decadal prediction: methods and progress
  Development and provision of climate services
  Synoptic-scale predictability and prediction: a solved problem?
   Stratospheric variability,
   tropospheric coupling, and
   atmospheric chemistry
  Ozone recovery, the SAM, and Southern Hemisphere climate
  Stratospheric dynamics and chemistry
  Tropospheric chemistry and aerosols
  The carbon cycle in the Southern Hemisphere
   SH Meteorology and Weather    Mountain Meteorology, Coastal Meteorology, Marine Meteorology,
  Weather Systems

 

We also plan to have special sessions on the International ACRE (Atmospheric Circulation Reconstructions over the Earth) and SOCRATES (The Southern Ocean Clouds, Radiation, Aerosol Transport Experiment Study) initiatives.
Contributions will be accepted in the form of abstracts to be presented in the conference as oral presentations or posters. The abstract must be submitted on-line from December 2014 to March 2015

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