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Atmospheric Science Conference 2021 - Call for Papers

17 March 2021

This year’s Atmospheric Science Conference will be taking place as a series of virtual events on 22 June, 6 July and 21 September, with the overarching theme of ‘Atmospheric Science for Solutions’.

Our call for papers is now open and we are seeking contributions from everyone working and studying in atmospheric science and its applications. This includes fundamental scientific discoveries to specialist user-facing applications and breakthroughs to highly applied applications.  

The Atmospheric Science Conference 2021 (ASC2021) is a great opportunity to keep up to date with activities from across the whole atmospheric science community. Delegates will gather online to inspire new ideas and collaborations, discuss solutions for today’s environmental challenges, and celebrate the ways that multidisciplinary work is translating to real-world impact.

The virtual ASC2021 will combine keynote speakers with plenary presentations, parallel oral sessions, and short talks with a limited number of slides.Parallel oral sessions will include talks that are 20 minutes each, followed by a Q&A. Short talks will each be 5-10 minutes, supported by a limited number of slides. This year, short talks will replace poster sessions.

To support the overarching theme, the first two events will include plenary sessions on net-zero emissions, climate adaptation and resilience, and disaster risk reduction. The third event will look to the future and the opportunities and challenges that will impact atmospheric science moving forward.

The deadline for abstract submissions is Friday 23 April. We welcome abstracts from across the atmospheric science community, including researchers, operational, end-users and policy-makers and from all areas including weather, climate, chemistry and air quality, observations, theory, land surface and ocean interactions.

For more information and guidance on abstract submissions and keywords, please click here