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IUGG 2011 Scientific Program now available on-line!
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28 June – 7 July 2011
Dear Scientific Colleagues,
The Scientific Program Committee for the International Union of Geodesy & Geophysics (IUGG) General Assembly to be held in Melbourne, Australia, from 28th June to 7th July, 2011, would like to announce that The Scientific Program is now available on the web.
There are 12 Union Symposia planned, many Symposia and Workshops that are jointly organised by the different Associations, and many more Symposia and Workshops specific to each of the eight IUGG Associations, including:
· IACS International Association of Cryospheric Sciences
· IAG International Association of Geodesy
· IAGA International Association of Geomagnetism and Aeronomy
· IAHS International Association of Hydrological Sciences
· IAMAS International Association of Meteorology and Atmospheric Science
· IAPSO International Association for the Physical Sciences of the Ocean
· IASPEI International Association of Seismology and Physics of the Earth’s Interior
· IAVCEI International Association of Volcanology and Chemistry of the Earth's Interior
Each Association has their own special page of events and there is also a list of all other Symposia and Assembly Workshops that are related in some way to the Association.
Abstract Submissions and Registration will open on 16th August on the conference website: www.iugg2011.com. So now is the time to think about the symposia relevant to your research, the papers you want to submit, the workshops and fieldtrips you want to participate in, and the vacation you might want to take in Australia, New Zealand or the southwest Pacific after the conference!
We look forward to seeing you at IUGG 2011.
Scientific Program Committee
IUGG 2011 Melbourne
6 Reasons to attend IUGG 2011
1. Opportunity to participate in an exciting, multi-disciplinary conference on cutting edge science.
2. Take part in an outstanding Scientific Program of plenary speakers, keynote speakers, symposia, fieldtrips and workshops.
3. Take a journey through the interactive poster presentations, exhibitions and sponsors displays that will be valuable and stimulating.
4. Visit a state of the art venue. The new Melbourne Convention Centre, completed in late 2009, is one of the most modern convention centres in the world.
5. Stay in one of the most live-able cities in the world, Melbourne is a beautiful city with fine buildings and spacious parks. Settlers from a variety of countries have given Melbourne a cosmopolitan outlook and the city has developed as the cultural, fashion, shopping, sporting and culinary centre of Australia.
6. Take that holiday in Australia and New Zealand that you’ve always wanted to take. Visit the rugged coastal scenery, vineyards and ski fields of southern Australia and New Zealand, or the warm beaches, the Great Barrier Coral Reef system and arid inland of the “Red Centre” of northern, tropical Australia, at the most perfect time climatically to visit the tropical north.
Don’t Miss Out! Register your interest now.
The Organising Commitee extends it's thanks to the generous support of IUGG 2011 to the following:
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