Conferences, Symposia, Calls for Papers, Online Courses, and Seminars
The University Corporation for Atmospheric Research's Unidata Program Center's 2015 Software Training Workshop will be held July 20 - August 5, 2015. The workshop will be held at the Unidata Program Center in UCAR's Foothills Lab 4, Room #1201 at 3300 Mitchell Lane, Boulder Colorado 80301. Registration is open until July 10th, 2015, for registration and more information, click here.
AGU Fall Meeting December 14-18, 2015. A session titled: Flood Mapping for Adaptation and Resilience: Sea Level Rise, Storms, and Coastal Response that is co-hosted by RCI affiliate, Robert Kopp, will be held at the AGU fall meeting. The session ID number is 8271. Abstracts are due August 5, 2015.
Carbon Management Technology Conference 2015: Sustainable and Economical Carbon Capture, Utilization and Storage (CCUS) Options. November 17-19, 2015. Abstracts due July 15, 2015. More information here.
The American Geophysical Union (AGU) is accepting abstracts for the AGU Fall Meeting held in San Francisco December 14th-18th 2015. The abstracts are due August 5th 2015, 11:59 P.M. EDT. Click here for further information and submission.
The Rising Seas Summit is now accepting abstracts for the conference in November 12th-13th in Cambridge, MA. The abstracts are due by July 7th 2015. Click here for further information and abstract submission.
The New Jersey Environmental Justice Alliance (NJEJA) will be hosting a community meeting on July 7th 2015 12-3pm at Thomas Edison College in Trenton, New Jersey. To attend, RSVP here by July 1st 2015.
The New Jersey Association of Floodplain Management (NJAFM) is accepting abstracts for the NJAFM Annual Conference to be held October 22nd 2015 at Bally’s in Atlantic City, NJ. The abstracts are due August 14th 2015. Student scholarships (application deadline August 31, 2015) and local official scholarships (application deadline August 1, 2015) are also available. Click here for further information and submission.
The New Jersey Association of Floodplain Management (NJAFM) is accepting nominations for various awards and scholarships that will be announced at the NJAFM Annual Conference to be held October 22nd 2015 at Bally’s in Atlantic City, NJ. Click pdf here (163 KB) for further information.
The Sixth Annual Northwest Climate Conference is calling for abstracts for oral and poster presentations, as well as for special sessions. All abstracts are due by 11:00pm Pacific, on Friday, June 26th 2015. The conference will be held November 4th-5th 2015 in Coeur d’Alene, ID. Further information can be found here.
Applications for the 2016 Smith Postdoctoral Fellowship in Conservation Research is now accepting applications. Applications are due September 11th 2015. Information about the fellowship can be found here.
Rutgers Online Learning Conference Mid-Atlantic Region is calling for presentation proposals. Submissions are due by August 8th 2015. The conference will be held January 11th-12th 2016 in New Brunswick, New Jersey. For further information on the conference and submit a proposal click here.
An open conference and workshop titled: Monsoons & ITCZ: the annual cycle in the Holocene and the future will be held at Columbia University, New York on September 15th-18th 2015. Abstracts due June 19, 2015, Registration closes August 14, 2015. Further information can be found here.
Free Coursera online course titled: “Climate Change Policy and Public Health”, taught by Dr. Jonathan Patz of University of Wisconsin-Madison. Session is from November 9th 2015-December 3rd 2015. To sign up, click here.
Building Energy Conference and Trade Show for Energy Efficiency and Green Building Professionals. Hosted by the Northeast Sustainable Energy Association. More information here. Event is on October 15, 2015 at TKP New York Conference Center at 109 West 39th Street, New York, NY 10018
GIS Tutorial for Atmospheric Sciences for basic GIS fundamentals using weather and climate data. Free or download after you register on the course site. Sponsored by UNC Asheville’s National Environmental Modeling and Analysis Center and the National Center for Atmospheric Research. For more information click here.
The Deep Carbon Observatory (DCO) is hosting its second Early Career Scientist Workshop at the Centro De Vulcanologia e Avaliação de Riscos Geológicos, University of the Azores, São Miguel (Portugal). It takes place August 31 – September5, 2015. The workshop will bring together the next generation of researchers active in deep carbon studies from around the world. Applications are encouraged from senior graduate students, postdoctoral researchers, fellows, and newly appointed assistant professors working on all aspect of carbon science Visit the DCO website for details.
The website, MOOC-List provides a list of free online courses on climate change here.
Introduction to Sustainable Development course through Coursera and Columbia University. Course is ongoing and is free and open to all. Click here to take the course.
Monitoring Tropical Forest Dynamics in a Changing Climate. This course geared towards early graduate students through the Organization for Tropical Studies will incorporate interactive lectures, field practicums, discussion, and R programming to give students knowledge and hands-on experience in the following diverse topics pertaining to tropical forests in a changing climate: impacts, adaptation, mitigation, monitoring, assessment, and political and social context. More details about registration and deadlines will be available soon here. Click and scroll to find the course.
Training session: Climate Science Communication led by the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS) and co-sponsored by the Northeast Climate Science Center and USDA Northeast Climate Hub. Location: University of Massachusetts Amherst June 15th 2015. For more information about the training session, click here. Register by May 27th 2015 here.
Conference and tours July 2015 in the Finger Lakes Region of New York State. More information available here.