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2014 Conference - first circular

Meteorological Society of New Zealand - Annual Conference

Wednesday 19 – Friday 21 November 2014, Victoria University of Wellington

First Circular and Call for Papers

The Meteorological Society of New Zealand is holding its 2014 conference at Victoria University of Wellington, in Kelburn, Wellington. The overall theme of the conference is

Forecasts: From minutes to decades

weather@home ANZ - run a climate model at home

A citizen science experiment for weather enthusiasts that participants can undertake from the comfort of home is being launched on Wednesday by NIWA, in collaboration with researchers from the UK and Australia.

Read the full press release here:

http://www.scoop.co.nz/stories/SC1403/S00059/niwa-seeks-volunteers-for-climate-science-experiment.htm

visit the website:

Notice from NIWA re NEMS - New Zealand Data Exchange Standard for Meteorology and Hydrology

NEMS  - New Zealand Data Exchange Standard for Meteorology and Hydrology

Hi all

This is to inform you on current ongoing activities to develop a
“New Zealand Data Exchange Standard for Meteorology and Hydrology”

2013 Photo competition report

NZ Met Society Photo Competition 2013

 

This year we decided to arrange our photo competition via Facebook, in an attempt to raise interest amongst our membership in sharing their ideas using this medium.

19 photos were uploaded and there were 11 votes (4 of these by email rather than via facebook).

We had 175 unique visitors. We set ourselves the target of 100 likes, and achieved 45.

* Charles Fleming Funds - Award & Senior Scientist Award

Charles Fleming Fund – Call for Applications

Closing date: 31 March 2014

RSNZ are now calling for applications for:

* Charles Fleming Fund - Publishing Award
* Charles Fleming Fund - Senior Scientist Award

Information on these awards, and application forms are
available on RSNZ website:
http://www.royalsociety.org.nz/programmes/funds/fleming/

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