GHRSST XVII, Washington D.C.

Event Date(s):

Monday 6th June 2016 -
Friday 10th June 2016

Location:

Washington, DC, USA

Category:

GHRSST event
GHRSST XVII, Washington D.C.

The 17th International GHRSST Science Team Meeting (GHRSST XVII) was hosted by NOAA, Washington, DC, USA, from 6th to 10th June 2016.

The meeting brings scientific and operational SST users and producers together to review progress and achievements of SST science and applications within the GHRSST framework.  The meeting is open to anyone actively involved in SST science and applications. The meeting format will use plenary discussion and keynote talks to tackle specific issues; poster sessions will be used to promote discussion. Abstracts are invited on any topic relating to SST.

To submit a short abstract of the work you wish to present at the meeting (250 words maximum) please use the template provided and send it to gpa@ghrsst.org with ‘GHRSST XVII Abstract' in the subject. The deadline for submission is Friday 7th April 2016. To submit multiple abstracts, please send each one individually using the above template. More information is available in the (draft) Agenda.

Logistical details and information on how to register for the meeting and book a hotel will be available by the end of February 2016 and will be added to this page.

Local and travel information on Washington DC is available at http://wikitravel.org/en/Washington,_D.C.

For the latest information on VISA requirements, the U.S. Customs and Border Protection website is http://www.cbp.gov/travel/international-visitors. Those who need a visa invitation letter may send a request via the GHRSST Project Office (GPO).

 

Summary of deadlines

Short abstracts submission: 07th April 2016
Notification of speakers and posters: 28th April 2016
Registration deadline: 6th May 2016
Meeting dates: 6th-10th June 2016
Plenary and breakout session reports: 24th June 2016
Extended abstract for Proceedings: 24th June 2016

 

Meeting presentations can be found here.

For further details please contact the GPO.